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Beyond "wonderful": Authentic interaction in the art classroom.

Masayuki Hachiya

Beyond "wonderful": Authentic interaction in the art classroom.

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This case study is an exploration of the teaching and assessment methods involved in promoting and supporting students" artwork in elementary school. The primary aim of this study is to discuss the methodologies of a capable, experienced visual arts teacher, and to acknowledge how similar expertise and professional pedagogy involved in classroom interaction can encourage students to progress with their artistic and creative abilities in art education.My study explores current theoretical and practical discussions with regard to art teaching and assessment, analyzes the participant teacher"s instruction and interaction during periods of artwork, and provides an art teaching schema based on the results of the data.Data were collected through my classroom observations and from interviews with an experienced art teacher. These included my field notes, relevant research documents, as well as my personal written reflections. The teacher"s interactions with students during their art activities, as well as her interview comments, were analyzed in order to interpret her methods for implementing the teaching strategies. Detailed information was also gathered relevant to the teacher"s personal and educational background, as well as her professional experiences, to help support the hypothesis that the teacher"s personal and educational experiences have played a pivotal role in determining her interventions concerning student needs in the art classroom. My analysis has also included the teacher"s comments dealing with her responses to students" artwork when providing them with assistance and assessment.This study describes a teaching schema for supporting teacher/student interactions in art education, and for exploring appropriate methods for promoting growth through visual arts experiences. The schema discusses teaching categories pertaining to preparing for art activities, offering encouragement to students, suggesting ideas or directions, giving task-oriented instruction, managing the classroom activity, promoting aesthetic awareness, and providing artistic feedback. Moreover, based on the teaching schema, this study identifies a variety of forms and behaviours that are used as part of art making, art communication and art interpretation.

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Pagination192 leaves.
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21549103M
ISBN 109780494218181


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