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Theory and Practice of Art Education for Ageing People--A Study of Focusing on Learning Painting
Art Education for Ageing People
This research is aimed at the ageing people who participate in art activities, and the study of painting is the theme. I hope that through this research, we can sort out the teaching strategies that will help the ageing people art courses. By using qualitative research methods to conduct case interviews. The researcher is the course implementer, and the elderly learners through five different teaching areas are targeted. Teaching development continues for one academic year, with 200 participants. At the beginning of the course, the course feedback data was obtained through questionnaires. Among them, the cases were all ageing people over 55 years old. After extracting 60 questionnaire data and analyzing them, 10 cases were selected voluntarily as interviewees. Six students continued join the course and four students left the course, two male and eight female, were interviewed. The findings are as follows: First, Promoting the participation of ageing people in artistic activities: Instructional design must consider factors such as them eyesight and physical degradation, and the works should be oriented towards overall visual effects, the use of scientific and technological aids and professional easy learning. Second, Connotation of inheritance and sharing: Some participatants join the program for learning professional skills, some just for leisure etc. There are multiple learning reasons. Therefore, it is advisable to expand the interaction among peers, relatives and friends by means of small class sharing sessions and final exhibitions, and to discuss and share works. Third, facing the learning difficulties and frustrations of the ageing people: Provide on-site group practice textbooks, taking into account the teaching interaction of positive encouragement and professional correction. Fourth, The construction of ageing people art education curriculum: The content planning of small units should be carried out in a lesson and thematic way, so that those who are absent due to personal or family factors have a more friendly curriculum arrangement. Through to inductive analysis, we propose "ageing people art course teaching strategies", suggesting teacher to design circular teaching and provide students with learning context; To understand the natural aging characteristics of seniors, and provide teaching assistance. Fllow-up research, suggesting that can be extended to home study and the learning model to narrow the urban-rural gap area is an issue for future discussion.
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