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|Other Titles:||Program Planning and Implementation for Gifted and Talented in the Fine Arts (Visual Arts): An Example of a Regional Talented Curriculum Focusing on Form and Texture|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
The curriculum focusing on form and texture in the regional gifted educational program in Taipei junior high schools was designed to help the gifted students to develop both close observation skills and aesthetic sensitivity, as well as motivated them to attempt new and diverse media. This curriculum provided a framework in beauty with visual elements and result-oriented learning activities that enhance the students’ visual experiences of daily life. Teachers with different fieldsof expertise could share similar teaching experience and work together to get students to engage in learning activities, recognize the changes in visual imagery of real and inner world, develop creative visual skills, and experience emotion towards artworks. Through the activities that inspired creativity and nurtured unique capabilities, the student were enabled to develop individual painting skills as well as gain opportunities to learn the basic elements of art, such as texture, color, shape, and learn how to analyze and appreciate visual art. By providing opportunities for various observations and reflections, this curriculum also helped the students refinetheir art works and enhance their skills. The results from the overall student performance in straw art, doll and digital media creation demonstrated the students’ imagination and aesthetic sense.
|Appears in Collections:||資優教育季刊|
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