Effectiveness of systematic teaching methods on art creation at the secondary level

Effectiveness of systematic teaching methods on art creation at the secondary level. Journal of Educational Research & Indigenous Studies, 1 (1). pp. 1-12. ISSN 2682-759X (2020)


Visual Arts Education is taught to enhance artistic creativity in schools, but students' performance in artistic creativity is still at a bland level. This is the result of teaching methods that use free, open, and unstructured techniques for students to visualize and
frame the artwork. This study examines whether systematic and collaborative methods are more effective in enhancing creativity in the production of art than independent teaching methods. The sample of this study consisted of 60 students at a secondary school in Penang. The systematic teaching method is implemented with the Desktop Publishing facility containing templates and clip art while the free and open teaching method is implemented through visual search of photos and graphics from magazines and newspapers provided. Both groups of students are trained to produce artwork through the steps of the CPS model which includes understanding the challenges, generating ideas, being prepared to act, planning solutions, implementing design processes and evaluating results before experiments.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: Visual art, Art Creation, Artwork
Taxonomy: By Subject > Art & Design > Fine Art
By Subject > Art & Design > Fundamental Art
Local Content Hub: Subjects > Art & Design
Depositing User: Muslim Ismail @ Ahmad
Date Deposited: 03 Sep 2020 23:27
Last Modified: 03 Sep 2020 23:27
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