Creative Teaching in Art: Content Analysis and Evaluation of Training Manuals Formed by Students

Maria Kampouropoulou, Persa Fokiali, Ioanna Efstathiou, Efstathios Stefos

Abstract


The goal of this study is to investigate and evaluate training manuals created by students, like exploration of their views on how promoting children’s cultural heritage in Primary schools. The study concerns the degree of completeness of the training manuals according to their content and functionality within aesthetic presentation, creativity, responsiveness to pedagogical objectives, etc. They were created by students studying in the Department of Primary Education of the University of the Aegean (fourth year of training) and they completed their work for the course “Artistic Education and Creations of Artistic forms”. The issue was: The Palace of the Grand Master, history and environment of the medieval city of Rhodes. 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.

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Review of European Studies   ISSN 1918-7173 (Print)   ISSN 1918-7181 (Online)

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