Adams, D. 2007. Can music be used to enhance learning in the classroom? Cardiff School of Education Research Papers. Available at:

Adams, D. 2008. Play to learn. Teaching Wales. Edition 16. Spring 2008. Available at:

Adams, D. 2010. Music-making: bringing sound into a silent past. The value of creative analogies in the Neolithic Symposium, University of Cardiff. 28 June, 2010.

Adams, D. 2010. Exploring the past through drama and music. History Teacher Education Network Conference. Newport University. 19 July, 2010.

Adams, D. 2011. Music-Making at Prehistoric Sites Helping to Understand Present Intuition of Music. Leading Music Education International Conference. 1 June, 2011. University of Western Ontario, Canada.

Adams, D. and Brassil, K. The Out of Doors Museum: Being Creative At Prehistoric
Monuments. Museum Education Monitor. July 2013 Issue.

Reynolds, F. and Adams, D. 2014. Sound and Performance in Public Archaeology: Examining the Benefits of Outdoor Learning with Creative Engagement at the Neolithic Site of Tinkinswood Burial Chamber, Vale of Glamorgan. Time and Mind: The Journal of Archaeology, Consciousness and Culture. Volume 7, Issue 1, 2014.

Current Research Interests –

Music Education
Outdoor Education
Community Education
ICT in Education
Emotional Literacy
Primary Education
Curriculum Cymreig

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