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A Study on the Exploration of the School Arts & Culture Education Policy : Application of Cooper's Four Dimension Model

현행 학교 문화예술교육 정책의 맥락에 관한 탐색 연구 : Cooper 등의 4차원 정책분석 모형 적용

  • Received : 2018.08.10
  • Accepted : 2018.11.20
  • Published : 2018.11.28

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to examine the issues of school arts & culture education policy in Korea, using the four dimensional model of Cooper, Fusarelli, & Randall(2004). Research method is literature analysis, the accumulated policy documents and academic papers were used as the basis data. As a result, the followings are required for effective policy outcome: From the normative dimension, overcoming the pursuit of national growth ideology and bureaucratic rationality; from the structural dimension, securing of practical forms and content through the reform to the teacher mandate system in curriculum operation; from the constituentive dimension, clear division of roles among members through the change of awareness about arts & culture education; and finally from the technical dimension, rational allocation of resources based on firm educational criteria. Building upon the results, promotion of basic academic research, accepting the opinions of arts & culture education parties concerned, expansion of opportunities for cultural art experience of teachers, building up the integrated arts & culture education teacher training system, the reorganization of the teacher training system, and raising the professionalism of teaching artists.

Keywords

School arts & culture education policy;Cooper;4 dimensional model;Neo-institutionalism;Aesthetic education;Educational consciousness

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Fig. 1. School Arts & Culture Education

Table 1. Current Status of School Arts & Culture Education Policies

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Table 2. School Arts & Culture Education Policy Analysis frame

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Acknowledgement

Supported by : 상명대학교

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