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The influence of non-formal artistic and creative activities in multicultural educational contexts
Fernando Pérez-Martin, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: Our schools are becoming more and more multicultural every year. It is no longer uncommon to have in the same classroom students from over a dozen nationalities, with diverse backgrounds, beliefs and ways of seeing the world. This article is an invitation to reflect on the role that non-formal artistic and creative activities can play in multicultural educational settings. To this end, an excerpt from a Case Study carried out in one of Canada%s most multicultural schools is presented, showcasing some of the activities developed there and analysing the positive influences they have in its educational community.
Keywords: non-formal art, music education, Case Study research, creativity, multicultural education, Educational context
Published: 16.11.2017; Views: 6; Downloads: 0
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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: 6; Downloads: 0
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Teaching visual arts
Marijan Richter, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: In the mid-19th century, John Ruskin, apologist for the poetics of the innocent eye, advocated a break with academic Realism. A century later, Gombrich and Goodman criticized Ruskin's Romantic subjectivism from the position of High Modernism. Consequently, the "Enlightenment" approach in teaching visual arts became stronger. Recently, some teaching specialists have been trying to inaugurate the term, immersiveness, in place of visual arts language for the purpose of introducing contemporary art into the syllabus. This paper examines the relation between "the innocent eye myth" and topical approach of "immersiveness" within the framework of educational objectives and methods in contemporary teaching.
Keywords: innocent eye, immersiveness, visuality, children, artistic expression, artwork, creating, motivation
Published: 16.11.2017; Views: 6; Downloads: 0
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Spremljanje razvoja likovne apreciacije pri pouku grafičnega oblikovanja
Martina Kač Nemanič, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: Sodobno izobraževanje omogoča razvijanje ustvarjalnega izražanja dijakov, vloga in pomen inovativnih didaktičnih pristopov na razvoj apreciacije kot enakovrednega sestavnega dela umetniških dejavnosti pa pri pouku grafičnega oblikovanja v srednji šoli nista raziskana. V prispevku predstavljamo rezultate raziskave, v kateri nas je zanimal vpliv inovativnega didaktičnega pristopa z vidika razvoja likovnoapreciativnih zmožnosti. Razlike smo spremljali med dijaki 3. letnikov (starost 17-18 let) v slovenskih srednjih šolah. Ugotovili smo statistično pomembne razlike na ravni likovnoapreciativnega razvoja s prednostjo eksperimentalne skupine. Pozitiven učinek inovativnega pristopa na razvoj apreciacije kaže, da je mogoče tudi z manjšimi metodičnimi spremembami bistveno izboljšati razvoj apreciacije pri srednješolcih.
Keywords: grafično oblikovanje, srednja šola, sklop didaktičnih odločitev, likovna apreciacija, razvoj
Published: 13.11.2017; Views: 12; Downloads: 0
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Supporting learning skills in visual art classes
Helen Arov, Anna-Liisa Jõgi, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: This study focused on middle school art teachers supporting the development of students' learning skills, specifically their awareness of the framework of learning skills. It also looked at the relations between the teaching practices teachers use for supporting learning skills and students' learning motivation in art classes. The study combined qualitative and quantitative research methods. The class observations and interviews were conducted with ten Estonian middle school art teachers. One hundred and forty-eight students from the observed classes filled out the learning motivation questionnaire about their interest and achievement goals in visual arts. The study draws attention to the importance of teachers being aware of and valuing learning skills alongside subject specific knowledge, as it could enhance students' autonomous motivation and support adaptive goal setting.
Keywords: learning skills, learning motivation, teaching practices, middle school, art education
Published: 13.11.2017; Views: 8; Downloads: 0
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Locating leadership of art in UK primary schools
Peter Gregory, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: Using some of the evidence collected as part of a doctoral study of school-based leaders of art in the UK, this paper presents the most recent and emergent models of the leadership in art. The data suggests likely attributes of those in leadership positions and the effects upon the activities in which those individuals engage. As a case study of over two hundred art leaders, the challenges are clearly presented. They are more deeply explored through interviews and discussions about attitudes to artworks and their use with learners in the classroom as well as by analysing the paper records kept by the leaders. The study raises important issues for those who might want to learn from the situation in the UK.
Keywords: primary school, art leader, visual art, emancipation, United Kingdom
Published: 13.11.2017; Views: 7; Downloads: 0
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Was wir von den Schülern lernen könnten
Franziska Pirstinger, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: 300 persönliche Interviews mit Schüler/innen aller Schultypen geben Aufschluss über die Beliebtheit des Faches Kunsterziehung. Die Studie zeigt, dass künstlerische Fächer einen enormen, lebenslang anhaltenden Impact haben. Kaum jemand gibt sich emotionslos, wenn er auf die künstlerischen Fächer angesprochen wird. Mehr als 95% der Volksschulkinder zeigen sich begeistert von Kunsterziehung. Der kompensatorische Aspekt des Faches spielt eine zentrale Rolle für die Schüler/innen. Schlüsselfaktor bleibt jedoch die Persönlichkeit der Kunsterzieher/in. Schüler/innen finden sofort heraus, ob Lehrende für das Fach brennen. Mangelnde Auseinandersetzung mit Interessen und Bildäußerungen der Schüler/innen blockieren die Motivation. Sehr früh glauben Schüler/innen nicht begabt zu sein und beenden bildnerische Aktivitäten.
Keywords: Schüler/innenperspektive auf Kunsterziehung, Persönlichkeitsstruktur des Lehrenden, Kreativitätshemmende Faktoren, Kunstkreativität, Kreativität
Published: 13.11.2017; Views: 11; Downloads: 0
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»Potrebujemo več prakse!«
Andreja Retelj, Brigita Kosevski Puljić, 2016, review article

Abstract: V prispevku obravnavamo mikropoučevanje kot možnost povezovanja teorije in prakse v času študija bodočih učiteljev in učiteljic nemščine. Eden izmed ključnih elementov povezovanja teorije in prakse je pedagoška praksa na osnovnih in srednjih šolah. Iz študentskih refleksij o praksi ugotavljamo, da je študentom pridobljeno teoretično znanje zelo težko ustrezno uporabiti v praksi. Da bi omilili začetne težave in osebne stiske bodočih učiteljev, smo na Oddelku za germanistiko z nederlandistiko in skandinavistiko uvedli poseben model mikropoučevanja, v katerem so sodelovali študenti 2. letnika magistrskega pedagoškega programa. Samoevalvacija študentov o učinkih mikropoučevanja je pokazala, da je model pridobivanja prvih pedagoških izkušenj s pomočjo mikropoučevanja ustrezen, ker študentom omogoča, da preko refleksije in povratne informacije učiteljev didaktikov in študijskih kolegov ozavestijo didaktične in metodične principe sodobnega poučevanja tujega jezika in se tako bolje pripravijo na prakso v šolah.
Keywords: mikropoučevanje, refleksija, povratna informacija, poučevanje
Published: 13.11.2017; Views: 8; Downloads: 0
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Primerjava učnih načrtov in vključenost priporočil za medpredmetno povezovanje likovnih vsebin
Eda Birsa, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: S kvalitativno analizo vseh učnih načrtov predmetov od 1. do 5. razreda osnovne šole v Sloveniji smo želeli ugotoviti, kako so v učne načrte vključena priporočila za medpredmetno povezovanje. Razvrstili smo jih v tri kategorije: navedbe predmetov, implicitne navedbe in eksplicitne navedbe. Rezultati kažejo, da nekaterih pojmov, ki so predvideni pri posameznem predmetu za povezovanje z likovno umetnostjo v nekem razredu oz. vzgojno-izobraževalnem obdobju, v učnem načrtu likovne umetnosti ni zaslediti.
Keywords: likovna umetnost, učni načrt za likovno umetnost, celostni učni proces likovne umetnosti, osnovna šola, medpredmetno povezovanje
Published: 30.10.2017; Views: 18; Downloads: 2
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Beneški bienale sodobne umetnosti in pouk likovne umetnosti v osnovni šoli
Tomaž Zupančič, Andrej Velikonja, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: V prispevku je predstavljena empirična raziskava uvajanja sodobne umetnosti v pedagoško prakso. Poudarjen je pomen sodobne umetnosti ter podani kronološki pregled Beneškega bienala zadnjih petnajstih let in didaktične smernice za uvajanje sodobne umetnosti v pouk. V empiričnem delu je predstavljena kvalitativna raziskava, izvedena v šolskem letu 2015/16 na vzorcu 117 učencev zadnjega triletja osnovne šole. Na podlagi izbranih del so bili razdelani trije tematski sklopi. Ugotovili smo, da je bil odziv učencev večstransko pozitiven. Poudarili smo razlike med odzivi učencev glede na starost. Na podlagi rezultatov raziskave smo z upoštevanjem sodobnih likovnih praks izoblikovali smernice za izvajanje pouka likovne umetnosti.
Keywords: sodobna umetnost, Beneški bienale, pouk umetnosti, likovna umetnost, osnovna šola
Published: 30.10.2017; Views: 20; Downloads: 0
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