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The Effects of Painting Performance and Creativity on the Mind Mapping Thinking Strategy on Visual Arts Curriculum for Art Class Students of Junior High School.
The purpose of this study is to explore “Mind Mapping Thinking” into art class teaching curriculum.It aims to see if it improves middle school students’ creativity and painting performance, as well as their satisfaction and influence on the course. The study was conductrd with 30 students,subjects of the study are the seventh grade students of a middle school art class in New Taipei City. The experimental approch was used the "one-group pretest-posttest design". Three measurements are taken before and after the experimental treatment. A single group will take pre-test, mid-test and post-test, general art teaching courses between pre-test and post-test, and mental mapping into art teaching courses between mid-test and post-test. Course implementation lasted for 16 weeks.Three quantitative instruments,inclu- ding Creativity Assessment Packet,The Creativity Aptitude Scale for junioer high school and Children's Drawing Connotation Performance Scale were revised and used in this study.The stastic methods were “One Way Repeated Measurement ANOVA”. The qualitative data such as student's feedback and learning satifaction questionnaire statistics were also collected to aid the analysis of the experimental effect. The results of this study are summarized as follows: 1.Theimplementation of "Mind Mapping into Teaching" in the middle school art class can improve the creativity of middle school students. 2.The implementation of "Mind Mapping into Teaching" in the middle school art class can improve the painting performance of middle school students. 3.Students improve their learning movitation and they are also highly satisfied with feedback on learning. Based on the findings and reflections of this research, the researchers put forward relevant suggestions for subsequent teaching and research reference.
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