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Pinning Art - A Study of Using Pinterest in Art Education Classes
This study aims to be developed based on Web 3.0, to let the non-art classes high school students use Pinterest platform as a media in the creative expression course in Applied Arts curriculum. The method is an action research that Miaoli County high school students experience for the study, for a period of one semester of teaching. This course content after evaluation by experts to be amended through interviews with students learning situation, self-assessment, evaluation and analysis of student learning outcomes. The study found that students learn to use Pinterest to expand the learning space, and use it to stimulate inspiration. Therefore, the researcher summed up the connotation of curriculum design and teaching effectiveness, answering the three central questions of this applied research. One by Pinterest actually joined the course implementation to observe the student's learning activities. Second, the establishment of its curriculum development model based on curriculum standards published by the Ministry of Education, considering the depth and the breadth of the content, combined with university entrance examination of the past creative expression tests, teaching methods adopt a cooperative learning approach to enable students to develop their ideas to assess the interaction between teachers and students and the aesthetic form of their works during the implementation of the course. Third, through the research and observation by questionnaire, interview, the researcher offered suggestions and recommendations of using Pinterest in art education classes for the reference of future researchers.
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