Art Education and Creations of Artistic Forms. Students’ Views on the Course and Its Combination with Cultural Heritage

Maria Kampouropoulou, Persa Fokiali, Ioanna Efstathiou, Efstathios Stefos

Abstract


The goal of this study was to appoint students’ views on the lesson, “Art Education and Creations of Artistic forms”. In this context, a research was carried out at the University of the Aegean, DepArtment of Primary Education during the first semester of 2013-2014. The lectures included pArt from the basic knowledge, students’ involving in Artistic activities and exercises in Traditional Art. Most of the activities were designed to promote Cultural Heritage through Art and the final work was for them to create training manual to be used by students of Primary Education, in order to learn about the local Cultural Heritage. The questionnaire was answered by 149 students pArticipated in the research before and after the lectures and Artistic works they had to carry out. In order to extract the research results, we used statistical software SPSS v.17 offered by the School of Humanities of the University of the Aegean. The analysis showed that most of the students are positive towards following the specific course at the University and believe that it promotes Cultural Heritage and in combine with the economic, social, cultural and sustained development of the country.


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