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Action Research of Visual Art Teaching for Vocational Education: Taking Design Department of St. Francis Xavier High School as an Example in Conducting the Process of Graduation Exhibition
visual art education
The main axis of the research is on the visual art teaching of the Vocational Education, by means of the thorough examinations of students’ graduation exhibitions. Its aim is to offer students a profitable learning environment for panel discussions, inducting, and learning by themselves. Through the studies of the works of the students and the processes of exhibitions, illustrated by the multimedia and the fascinating creativities, students will get practically involved in the arrangements, design the contents of the exhibited works, organize the panels, execute the relevant details from the picks of exhibition places, the motif of exhibitions, and the lay-outs for perfect graduation exhibitions. Allowing students to take part in the processes of the exhibiting, we will improve their professional abilities, broaden their horizons, inspire their potential, to direct them to the self fulfillment, and complete the action research of the visual art teaching of their own. The research method adopts the action research. Taking class 1-4 of the seniors of the Design Department of St. Francis Xavier High School, for example, thesubject of the graduation exhibition is Blazing Riot—Culture Creativity, Design, Cultivation, Harvest. The researcher, as a teacher, also an observant, uses journals, the works by students, the video records, and the information of students’ feedback sheets, to analyze the their executive processes and outcome of implementing graduation exhibitions. Based on the teaching reflections, we might induce the conclusion as a research reference for the development and implementation of visual art teaching in the subsequent studies. The goals of the research are as follows: 1. inspect the structure and contents of the courses of visual art teaching 2. examine the influences of how the visual art teaching has on the students’ professional abilities and their ranges of learning domains. 3. explore the effectiveness the graduation exhibitions have to art education in the class. According to the above statements, we might predict the following deductions: 1. Through the practically experiential exhibiting events, we are to put the visual art teaching into effect; 2. Through the visual art teaching, enhance students’ professional abilities, broaden depths and ranges of art learning; 3. Through the graduation exhibitions, prompt group learning, urge productive competitions, strengthen team spirit, cultivate the abilities of solving problems and effect eventful exhibitions.
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