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KH-101-G Semester Programme in Art in Pre-school Teacher Education - Theory
On successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:
- apply didactical
theories to his own teaching
- defend the subject's character and historical development in order to take part in the further development of the subject
- understand and explain academic terms connected to aesthetics, art and creative work and be able to use them in reflection upon his own work
- understand and explain how processes of perception and visual phenomena are significant to practical work in the subject of arts and crafts
- debate didactical issues based on relevant theories connected to creative work, creativity and child development in work with two and three dimensional materials
- defend various modes of assessment in arts and crafts.
- be familiar with the term "art" and art's place in society and the school
- be able to use image analysis to learn about the image's structure and content
- have basic knowledge of European art with emphasis on the last 200 years
- be able to present basic features in architectural history, as well as local architecture and building traditions
- be able to debate the function of art and the culture of form.
The students will acquire knowledge of arts and crafts as a subject in school. The course will also enable the students to guide children in their work with arts and crafts.
The course makes use of lectures and teaching practice.
- Compulsory assignments
- Teaching practice, assessed as passed
- 5-hours written exam.
Assessed on the basis A-F (with A as the highest mark and F as failure).
Third year (elective) of bachelor`s programme.
Assistant Professor Anita Skogen
The syllabus will be published on the home page of the course when finalised. See link in the upper right hand corner of the page.
Faculty of Fine Arts