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ARTS
EDUCATION
Betül Taşova
&
Nil Kaya
content
 What is arts education?
 The importance of arts education
 The contributions of arts education
 The aims of a...
What is Arts Education?
 Art education refers to learning, instruction and
programming based upon the visual and tangible...
It means;
https://rucreativelyinspired.wordpress.com/2014/12/21/arts-importance-to-education
The importance of arts
education
 Our world is limited without art.
 Art is a communication tool like writing. (drawing ...
The importance of arts
education
 Making arts or just talking about it provides opportunities
to learn words for colors, ...
The contributions of arts
education
 Aesthetic Development
 Socio-Emotional Development
 Socio-Cultural Development
 C...
Aesthetic development
 Students develop critical perspective
 Learn lots of things about other countries’ art
 Give cre...
Socio-emotional development
 The concept of ‘Socio-emotional Development’ in children
means:
self-awareness, self-confide...
Socio-cultural development
 enhance students’ non-biased and positive attitude toward the
society by acquiring appropriat...
Cognitive development
 Supports students’ spatial reasoning and perceptual skills.
 Especially strong relationship in th...
Academic achievement
 enables students to comprehend and retain more about
the subjects involved by enhancing academic at...
The aim of arts education
http://www.henhudschools.org/academics.cfm?subpage=316899
The aims of arts education
 to bring out the creative, expressive and aesthetic
potential of each student
 to promote th...
Our problem: insufficient
importance to arts education
 In family
 Teachers
 In schools
 System
http://www.mltlive.com...
fishbone
teachersfamily
schoolsystem
interest
consciousness
curriculum
exams
environment
education
importance
materials
Wh...
Family;
 Unconscious parents to children’s interest
 Insufficient support to art
 They do not give opportunity
to do so...
Teachers;
 There are not enough qualitative art teachers.
 They do not give importance to lessons.
 Especially primary ...
Schools;
 In primary schools, art classes are used for math or
science lessons.
 Students do not learn the importance of...
System;
 Lack of arts departments in universities
 Not all students have equal opportunities
 Class hours of arts educa...
What can be done to
increase arts education?
 Schools;
 Establish a School-wide Commitment to Arts learning
 Create an ...
What can be done to
increase arts education?
 Curriculum
 Art lesson should be provided for all departments in
faculty o...
survey
We made a survey that
 consists of 8 questions
 is made on 25 people(students and teachers)
1)Did you take art course in primary
school?
yes
100%
no
0%
Percentage of people
2)The class hours were used efficiently
yes
23%
no
15%
so so
62%
percentage of people
3)The art teachers has given importance to
course.
yes
44%
no
16%
so so
40%
percentage of people
4)Art lessons were taught by teachers from
art department
yes
68%
no
20%
sometimes
12%
percentage of people
5) The class hours of art lessons are
sufficient.
too
much
8%
sufficient
40%
not sufficient
52%
percentage of people
6) Arts education’s contribution to children
increase the
creativity
30%
support self
esteem
15%feel freedom
19%
helps oth...
7)Enough importance is given to arts
education in Turkey
yes
0%
no
72%
so so
28%
Percentage of people
8) What can be done to make more effective
the arts education?
increase the
class hours
17%
supply
qualitative
teacher
42%...
Activities
Marc
h
20-30
April
1-11
April
12-18
April
19-25
April
20-26
April
27-30
May
1-4
PLAN
Problem Selection
Problem ...
REFERENCES
 http://www.ambrit-
rome.com/curriculum/artpers.html
 http://www.pbs.org/parents/education/music-
arts/the-im...
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  1. 1. ARTS EDUCATION Betül Taşova & Nil Kaya
  2. 2. content  What is arts education?  The importance of arts education  The contributions of arts education  The aims of arts education  Arts education inTurkey  Why arts education is not sufficient in Turkey?  What can be done to increase arts education?
  3. 3. What is Arts Education?  Art education refers to learning, instruction and programming based upon the visual and tangible arts.  It includes performing arts like dance, music, theater, and visual arts like drawing, painting, sculpture, and design. www.definitions.uslegal.com/a/art-education/ https://allthingsfulfilling.files.wordpress.com/2011/05/art-teacher-appreciation.gif
  4. 4. It means; https://rucreativelyinspired.wordpress.com/2014/12/21/arts-importance-to-education
  5. 5. The importance of arts education  Our world is limited without art.  Art is a communication tool like writing. (drawing is older than letters.)  It helps students to enhance their dexterity for using of effective motor skills such as writing. http://www.google.com.tr/imgres?imgurl=https://artreekids.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/imagination.jpg&imgrefurl=https://artreekids.wordpress.com/tag/education/&h=928&w=2428&tbni d=RcSbYUslKZq9GM:&zoom=1&docid=yAj4BJe6_jtYjM&ei=Tp5GVbW4JIPa7gbGqIGAAw&tbm=isch&ved=0CDgQMygUMBQ
  6. 6. The importance of arts education  Making arts or just talking about it provides opportunities to learn words for colors, shapes and actions.  Arts especially related to drawing develop visual-spatial skills, which are more important than ever.  Also, it develop a sense of innovation and cultural awareness that will be important in later years.
  7. 7. The contributions of arts education  Aesthetic Development  Socio-Emotional Development  Socio-Cultural Development  Cognitive Development  Academic Achievement https://www.pinterest.com/EllenJayeBenson/arts-advocacy/
  8. 8. Aesthetic development  Students develop critical perspective  Learn lots of things about other countries’ art  Give creative thinking  not only offer children better artistic development but also enhance their appreciation of the arts.
  9. 9. Socio-emotional development  The concept of ‘Socio-emotional Development’ in children means: self-awareness, self-confidence and acceptance of other Check their behaviors toward other people especially in school. Develops the sense of empathy and responsibility. Correspondingly, enhances students’ ability to socialize. Stimulates motivation of students’ for their lessons and exams. https://www.pinterest.com/1art1/art-advocacy/
  10. 10. Socio-cultural development  enhance students’ non-biased and positive attitude toward the society by acquiring appropriate communication skills.  improve interpersonal skills such as teamwork skills, tolerance, and appreciation of diversity in people and ideas, and effective communication ability.  decrease the students’ stereotypical attitudes and obtain more cultural awareness and sensitivity toward all cultures. http://www.ijea.org/v14n14/
  11. 11. Cognitive development  Supports students’ spatial reasoning and perceptual skills.  Especially strong relationship in the three areas: listening to music and spatial-temporal reasoning; learning to play music and spatial reasoning; and classroom drama and verbal skills.  enhances creativity generally in all subjects.
  12. 12. Academic achievement  enables students to comprehend and retain more about the subjects involved by enhancing academic attitude and aspiration in many areas  in mathematics as higher mathematical scores in exams.  in foreign languages as developed writing and reading skills.
  13. 13. The aim of arts education http://www.henhudschools.org/academics.cfm?subpage=316899
  14. 14. The aims of arts education  to bring out the creative, expressive and aesthetic potential of each student  to promote the attitudes, thinking and discipline necessary for all types of learning  to provide a lifetime of meaningful, fulfilling and creative experiences that is, to enhance the quality of life.  ‘Learners Learning to Learn.’
  15. 15. Our problem: insufficient importance to arts education  In family  Teachers  In schools  System http://www.mltlive.com/wp-content/gallery/arts-in-education/uslugi_27_266196677%D1%80%D0%B8%D1%81%D1%83%D0%B2%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%B5-%D0%B7%D0%B0- %D0%B4%D0%B5%D1%86%D0%B0.jpeg
  16. 16. fishbone teachersfamily schoolsystem interest consciousness curriculum exams environment education importance materials Why is the arts education not sufficient in Turkey? http://pixabay.com/tr/palet-boyalar-renkler-kar%C4%B1%C5%9Ft%C4%B1rma-33882/ http://pixabay.com/tr/boya-f%C4%B1r%C3%A7as%C4%B1-boya-sanat%C3%A7%C4%B1-%C3%A7izim- 40316/
  17. 17. Family;  Unconscious parents to children’s interest  Insufficient support to art  They do not give opportunity to do something free http://cliparts.co/cliparts/rcn/KKM/rcnKKMxoi.gif
  18. 18. Teachers;  There are not enough qualitative art teachers.  They do not give importance to lessons.  Especially primary teachers are not adequate in art education.
  19. 19. Schools;  In primary schools, art classes are used for math or science lessons.  Students do not learn the importance of art in schools.  There is not sufficient time for art.  The materials are not sufficient in schools.  Art classrooms do not exist in many schools.
  20. 20. System;  Lack of arts departments in universities  Not all students have equal opportunities  Class hours of arts education is not sufficient  System does not highlight the arts education
  21. 21. What can be done to increase arts education?  Schools;  Establish a School-wide Commitment to Arts learning  Create an Art-Rich environment  Rethink the use of time and resources  Use after school time
  22. 22. What can be done to increase arts education?  Curriculum  Art lesson should be provided for all departments in faculty of education  More qualified teachers should be educated  The class hours of art lessons should be increased in primary schools
  23. 23. survey We made a survey that  consists of 8 questions  is made on 25 people(students and teachers)
  24. 24. 1)Did you take art course in primary school? yes 100% no 0% Percentage of people
  25. 25. 2)The class hours were used efficiently yes 23% no 15% so so 62% percentage of people
  26. 26. 3)The art teachers has given importance to course. yes 44% no 16% so so 40% percentage of people
  27. 27. 4)Art lessons were taught by teachers from art department yes 68% no 20% sometimes 12% percentage of people
  28. 28. 5) The class hours of art lessons are sufficient. too much 8% sufficient 40% not sufficient 52% percentage of people
  29. 29. 6) Arts education’s contribution to children increase the creativity 30% support self esteem 15%feel freedom 19% helps other lessons 13% increase motor skills 22% no contribution 1% Percentage of people
  30. 30. 7)Enough importance is given to arts education in Turkey yes 0% no 72% so so 28% Percentage of people
  31. 31. 8) What can be done to make more effective the arts education? increase the class hours 17% supply qualitative teacher 42% system should be changed 15% parents should be more conscious 20% materials should be quilified 3% not a compulsory lesson 3% Percentage of people
  32. 32. Activities Marc h 20-30 April 1-11 April 12-18 April 19-25 April 20-26 April 27-30 May 1-4 PLAN Problem Selection Problem Approval Research on topic Reason-result Analysis Approval of the main problem Possible solutions Suggested Solutions DO Pilot Schema(Pilot) CHECK Checking the results ACT Standardization and preparing PPT presentation Self-Assessment Sending for Approval to H.Köksal SHARE Project Presentation Expected Observed Gantt chart
  33. 33. REFERENCES  http://www.ambrit- rome.com/curriculum/artpers.html  http://www.pbs.org/parents/education/music- arts/the-importance-of-art-in-child-development/  http://www.portal.unesco.org/  İmece circles training byHayalKöksal

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