Teaching Artistics in Primary Education: Teachers’ Attitudes on the Lesson and its Connection with Culture
|Author(s)||by Kampouropoulou Maria|
|Keywords||artistic education, teachers’ views, Artistics and Culture-Cultural Heritage|
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This paper describes the results of a research which took place over the Academic year 2014-15 in the Department of Primary Education of the University of the Aegean, in the context of the lesson, “Composite research applications and evaluation in the course of Artistic Education”. The goal of the study is to show that it is the teacher who creates the environment and develops methods that will help a student of Primary Education to maintain the positive dispositions for Artistics and also will offer him the chance to gain skills and knowledge that will strengthen his interest in Art and promotion of Cultural Heritage. The Aesthetic zone in the Primary Education and the successive sections of activities in Secondary education in High school, aims to familiarize students with the artistic expression. Research shows that teachers first of all must be convinced that students’ meeting with Artistics needs to be in an appropriate place, be done with the appropriate methods and interdisciplinary and that he must be the mediator to them through educational interventions to proceed to the formation of attitudes (Vaos, 2008).
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