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Understanding student's artworks according to the Scot Lash's post-modern Regime of signification
Tomaž Zupančič, 2011, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: Something peculiar has happened at the 2005 semestrial students' exhibition at the department of Fine Art - Art Education program - at the University in Maribor. One of the artworks made by a group of students on the exhibition, which tried to refer to the late Asiatic tsunami disaster (The 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake), was demolished by spontaneous art diversion performed by another group of students. Scandal emerged, demands for prosecutions followed. Some of the professors (a minority of us) tried to advocate the spontaneous students' artistic action. This paper starts with a short introduction of both students' artworks involved, presents the students' statement on their art diversion as well as includes a DVD (4 minutes) of the action. What is more, the theoretical bases for support of the students' art diversion are developed. We make use of the event to establish some basic aspects of contemporary art education. The modern and postmodern approaches toward cultural objects are compared, referring to the Scott Lash postmodern "Regime of signification" (1992). Than we refer to the bases of postmodern curriculum, to the ideas of Manfred Blohm (1995). The pedagogical necessity for stimulating spontaneous artistic responding among students is stressed. The simple response to the spontaneous artistic action of the students - to what we, the professors at the department where the event happened were obliged - became a strong advocacy and branched out to a theoretically based lecture which helps students to understand the contemporary art and to become more sensible of their own artistic and educational work.
Keywords: art education, postmodernism, contemporary art, visual art didactics
Published: 07.06.2012; Views: 1127; Downloads: 16
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Connection between the originality level of pupils' visual expression in visual arts lessons and their level of tolerance for diversity
Miroslav Huzjak, Martina Krajnc, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: The aim of this research was to examine the connection between the originality level in children's expression during visual art lessons and their level of tolerance for difference. The participants comprised primary school pupils from grades one, two and three, a total of 110. It was confirmed that there was a statistically significant difference between the pupils who had an introduction to the lesson using the didactic model of visual problem-based teaching and those who had not. Learning and setting art terminology, the analysis of motifs and explanation, as well as demonstration of art techniques resulted in a higher level of creativity in visual performance, as well as a higher level of tolerance. It can be concluded that, with the proper choice of didactic models in teaching the visual arts, a wide range of pupil attitudes and beliefs can be improved.
Keywords: visual art, didactics, tolerance, originality, strereotype, children's drawing
Published: 16.11.2017; Views: 248; Downloads: 156
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Opinion of Croatian teacher education students regarding the quality of the visual arts teaching didactics course
Marijana Županić Benić, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to assess student satisfaction with the Visual Arts Teaching Methodology course taught at the Croatian faculties of teacher education and identify important areas for improvement. The students’ open-ended, qualitative responses were reviewed and each response was assigned to one or more of the following categories: teacher performance, student teaching practice, assessment and grading, course organization, availability of learning materials and resources, and student teaching competences. The results indicate that the students are most satisfied with teacher performance, but they are also the least satisfied with course organization and recommend the most improvements in this area.
Keywords: course quality, student satisfaction, student opinions, didactics, visual art didactics
Published: 30.11.2017; Views: 326; Downloads: 161
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