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An Analysis of the Fine Arts Activities on the Standard Childcare Curriculum Guidebook(for 2 years) for Teachers Based on the Elements and Principle of Fine Arts (미술의 요소와 원리에 근거한 만 2세 표준보육과정 교사용 지도서 미술활동 분석)

  • Kim, Soon Hee;Lee, Soon Bok
    • Korean Journal of Childcare and Education
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    • v.14 no.4
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    • pp.63-83
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    • 2018
  • Objective: The purpose of this study was to analyze how the elements and principles of fine arts were reflected in art related activities in the teacher's manual on standard childcare curriculum for a period of 2 years. Methods: The analysis criteria for the elements of fine arts were modified and complemented based on Kim and Gang(2011) and the same was done for the principles of fine arts based on Lee et al(2015). Results: First, as a result of analyzing the art contents according to life theme in art related activities, 'artistic expression' appeared the most in all nine life themes. Second, as a result of analyzing the art related contents in the standard childcare curriculum for 2 years based on the elements of fine arts, plane, texture, shape, color, volume, line, spot, space, composition, light and shade appeared in order. Third, as a result of analyzing the art related contents on the principles of fine arts, movement, emphasis, variety, unity, rhythm, proportion, balance and pattern appeared in order. Conclusion/Implications: The results of this research suggest that the childcare activities have to be devoloped in order to provide the balanced experiences with fine arts activities.

A Study on Needs of 'Strolling (Yu)' at the Fine Arts Education - Focused on Oriental Painting - (미술교육에 있어서 '노닐음(遊)'에 대한 필요성 연구 - 동양화를 중심으로 -)

  • Jeong, Gyeong-Cheol
    • Journal of Science of Art and Design
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    • v.12
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    • pp.97-124
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    • 2007
  • The paper examined whether the fine arts education needed concept of 'Yu' that was suggested by, 'Soyoyu' of Jangja, a representative philosopher of Doka. At first, the paper defined concept of 'Yu' of Jangja as well as background and needs of the fine arts education, and investigated values of 'Yu' of the Oriental painting in aesthetic way to examine whether today's Yu concept can be applied to modern Oriental fine arts education to express. Chapter 2 examined concept and thought of 'strolling (Yu)', and Chapter 3 did background and needs of the fine arts education. Chapter 4 examined an access to practical technique education of the Oriental painting through 'strolling (Yu)': At first, the chapter investigated 'Heosil' of space concept that was researched at Chapter 2, 'Pilmuk' of expression technique, and 'Saeui' of state of spiritual canvas of painters. The findings were as follow: Firstly, when relation between Yu and Oriental paintings was investigated based on formative idea, 'Heo' reminded appreciators of association of ideas, hint and imagination, etc by, 'Sil' that other objects disclosed intrinsic attributes so that it indicated border of positive forgetfulness expressed by artists to have same border between 'Heo' and 'Yu'. Therefore, both 'Heo' and 'Sil' could build up expression as well as appreciation ability by experiencing formative idea to develop creativity and to build emotion and to cognize needs of the fine arts education. Secondly, the artistic state of 'Shin', 'Ki (Simjae)', 'Jeonshin' and, Saeui', etc could be expressed with strength and weakness of both Yin and Yang of Pilmuk. Therefore, the Pilmuk were linked even with creation of both Hyeongsa and artistic form of Saeui. Therefore, freedom at border of spiritual 'strolling' could produce creative power being expressed by thinking, natural appreciation ability, and education that could judge values of aesthetic culture. Therefore, cultivation of aesthetic eye, development of creativity, build up of formative ability and education of human nature, etc could keep identity of the Oriental fine arts education at various modern fine arts.

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Using Naver Maps for ICT Based Arts Education -Focused on Public Art- (네이버지도를 활용한 ICT기반 미술교육 -공공미술작품 제작을 중심으로-)

  • Choi, Ji-Sook;Huh, Yoon Jung
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Computer Game
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    • v.30 no.2
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    • pp.113-119
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    • 2017
  • This study is aimed at providing an exploratory education plan that is of direct interest to the local community through community-based art education. In this study, the "Naver Map" was used as a learning tool. The main theories behind the composition of contents of this plan are based on information and communication technology (ICT) education. First, classes were conducted over four sessions for 38 junior high school students. Subsequently, these classes were supplemented by six sessions for 12 elementary school students from the fifth and sixth grades. Consequently, the use of the Naver Map in community art education was effective in terms of convenience, ease of operation, accuracy of visual data, motivation, and continuity. The learners recognized the concept of "place" in the local community, and by producing appropriate works of art, they understood the concept of "place" and realized "social participation" and "culture creation."

High School of Arts students' Understanding of the Nature of Science and Nature of Art (과학과 예술의 본성에 대한 예술고 학생들의 인식)

  • Kim, Hee-Jung;Kim, Sung-Won
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.32 no.4
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    • pp.586-603
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    • 2012
  • This study is a survey conducted to explore what art high school students specifically see as nature of science. Third-year students of a high school of arts in Gyeonggi-do participated in the survey. The questionnaire was classified into three categories - the formative arts in the fine arts, the sound arts in music, the performing arts in dance, and drama and play. The study analyzed what they think of as similar aspects of science and art respectively according to their majors, with focus on the extracts. As a result, they mentioned 'creative imagination', 'correlation with technology', 'social and cultural relation', 'subjectivity', 'variability', and 'inquiring attitude' as similarities between science and art. The results are almost the same as the elements of the nature of science as agreed on by scientists. From the result, we can assume that students majoring in art, indeed, need an education on the nature of science. Also, while the fine arts students have more tendency to perceive inquiring attitude than others, music students are more likely to perceive variability than others. Therefore, teaching strategy in experimental inquiring context for the former is more helpful in understanding the nature of science, and teaching strategy in the context of scientific history for the latter.

A Study on Languages and Socialities of Children in Multi-cultural Families Using Fine Arts (미술을 활용한 다문화 자녀의 언어와 사회성에 관한 연구)

  • Do, Kyung-Eun
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.11 no.12
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    • pp.793-801
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    • 2013
  • Our society is moving from a monocultural society of a homogeneous nation to a multi-cultural society as a lot of foreigners are flowing into the country with the advent of globalization and with an effort to secure labor force for economic growth. So, multi-cultural families composed of members using different languages spring up everywhere, but the children in these multi-cultural families have difficulties in acquiring Korean language and are socially maladjusted because of the bilingual environment. The goal of this study is to help enhance the language capabilities and socialities of the children in the multi-cultural families through fine arts using artistic methods. The study method was to analyze the high-quality effects of the fine arts with the theoretical research materials and theses showing the real conditions of the multi-cultural families. And I proposed some ways to improve the linguistic abilities and socialities of the children in the multi-cultural families with the utilization of fine arts. As a result, Firstly, An active use of the bilingual instructors and artistic multimedia is educationally necessary to overcome language restrictions. Secondly, Various ways to utilize fine arts are necessary to improve learning abilities of other subjects. Thirdly, Artistic plays and experiential activities need to be largely applied to education to enhance the abilities of emotional control and socialities. Finally, Integrated culture and art education is essential not only for creativities and socialities but also for personalities for community life.

A theoretical study on the concept of SPA (SPA 개념(槪念) 정립(定立)을 위(爲)한 이론적(理論的) 접근(接近))

  • Kim, Joo-Hwan;Hong, Choong-Real
    • Journal of the Speleological Society of Korea
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    • no.74
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    • pp.79-96
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    • 2006
  • SPA means a speleological-photo-artist who possess speleological knowledge and abilities. To be a SPA, it is necessary to combine the parts of speleology, photography and fine arts. The relative difficulty is depend on the major subject which start from speleology, photography, and fine arts. It is more easy to be a SPA come from speleology, than come from the other parts. After learning basic knowledge about speleology, photography and fine arts and then it is advisable to looking for the way to be a photo-artist in the present system. If the SPA take charge of education, it is very useful for the students.