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The Value Provision of Early Childhood Convergence Arts Education by Metonymic Activities
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The Value Provision of Early Childhood Convergence Arts Education by Metonymic Activities
Park, Sun-Min; Kim, Mirea;
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 Abstract
In the information-oriented society of 21st century, the added value of creativity has never been so important to need any further discussion. This research investigates an implication of metonymic activities in early childhood Convergence arts education as a basis of the creative education by analyzing EduDrama, the program which helps children acquire creativity through metonymic activities. To this end, this research proposes a desirable way of early childhood arts education by organizing limited situation of early childhood education in Korea with domestic and foreign cases applying metonymic activities. Despite actively conducted studies on arts education led by existing arts management field in Korea, arts education research for early childhood is still not entirely satisfactory. Therefore, this research makes clear the value of arts education using metonymic activities provided during early childhood on the assumption that the added value of our life depends on the creative human resource of 21st century.
 Keywords
Convergence Arts Education;Creativity techniques;Early Childhood;EduDrama;Julia Gabriel.Metonymic Activities;
 Language
Korean
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