ERIC Number: ED231499
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1981
Reference Count: 0
Proceedings of the ACEI Summer Seminar (Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, July 9-11, 1980).
Pacific Cultural Foundation (Republic of China).; Association for Childhood Education International of the Republic of China, Taipei (Taiwan).
A total of 87 college professors, childhood development experts, and school teachers from the United States, Canada, the Republic of Korea, and the Philippines participated, along with 34 representatives from the host country of Taiwan, in a seminar to exchange views and experiences related to the role of the arts in child development. This volume provides various materials presented at the seminar, including opening addresses and keynote speeches, speeches at panel sessions, the closing address, and farewell remarks. The four keynote speeches focused on freedom and human development, the arts in China, the role of the arts in the invention of man, and cultural tradition and creative expression. Speeches made at panel sessions included (1) a comparative study of creative abilities in gifted and average fifth-grade children in the Taipei area, (2) plastic arts and child development, (3) music and the total development of the child, (4) music and children's education, (5) dance and child development, (6) dramatic play, and (7) child development and the arts. Approximately one-third of the document consists of participants' reflections on their experiences at the seminar; schedules; lists of participants and members of the organizing committee, and photographs of participants are also included. (RH)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Pacific Cultural Foundation (Republic of China).; Association for Childhood Education International of the Republic of China, Taipei (Taiwan).
Identifiers: Freedom; Taiwan