Reesa Sorin's research includes: the Arts as teaching, learning and research tools; impact of animals on classroom learning; environmental sustainability in the early years; conceptualisations of childhood,and emotional literacy.

(See my biography page for more information).


Latest publications:
Not Just Playing With Clay: Symbol Mastery for Spelling and Word Comprehension

This interactive workshop takes the participants through the steps of symbol mastery, creating a clay visual meaning of an abstract word (Dolch word) and its correct spelling.

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Published online: October 31, 2016

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Home and Beyond, but Inside Not Outside: Australian and Singaporean Children's Depictions of Their Environment

Using an arts-based, multimedia approach to teach children in two countries about the environment increased children's understandings but made one group of children feel stronger about their indoor environment.

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To Teach and How to Teach the Holocaust: That Is the Question
Nerina J. Caltabiano

This article presents a strategy for teachers to introduce the Holocaust to students in the middle school years of grades 6 to 9.

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$US10.00

Published online: March 28, 2017

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Opportunity to Learn to See the World from a New Angle: The Impact of an International Study Tour on Creative Arts Students' Learning

This paper describes the impacts of international Art Study tours on undergraduate Creative Arts students'learning, both within and beyond the formal curriculum.

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$US5.00