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Trend of the Convergence Stud in Arts & Culture Education - Focused on Music Technology (문화예술교육에서의 융복합 학문의 시대적 흐름- 음악테크놀로지를 중심으로)

  • Kim, Eun-Jin;Lim, Byung-Ro
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.12 no.3
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    • pp.102-113
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    • 2012
  • The effort to generate new values in this age of digital technology characterized by rapid changes in information and knowledge demands transformations not only in the sociocultural and educational spheres but also specifically in the field of arts and culture education. One of the greatest transformations is emphasis on integration and consilience among different fields which has impacted the field of arts and culture, giving birth to the practice of arts and culture education. Digital technology actively utilizes in lots of subjects, which, also becomes a challenging factor for the field of arts and culture education. In this context, this study theoretically considered to approach music technology to use for the field of arts and culture education. Utilization of music technology takes interdisciplinary approaches combining various subjects in the field of arts and culture education. Considering the current circumstances in which there is a lack of teaching and learning methodologies which reflect the unique, specialized nature and the intrinsic originality of the field of arts and culture education. It is deemed that by accumulating more case studies applying music technology in practice to a wider variety of targets and situations. Music technology will serve the role of an important a learning tool for the arts and culture education field.

A Study on Developing Patterns for Integrated Culture and Arts Education Program in Libraries (도서관에서의 통합형 문화예술교육 프로그램 모형 개발에 관한 연구)

  • Hoang, Gum-Sook
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.39 no.3
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    • pp.73-94
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    • 2008
  • The purpose of this research are to develop patterns for integrated culture and arts education program in libraries. In order to conduct the research, I analyzed the status of the culture and arts education programs in domestic and U.S. libraries. The basic aim of the culture and arts education program in libraries is based on a nature of the library. I presented the patterns of a integrated culture and arts education programs (experience-understanding-communication). Also, I presented a various culture and arts education programs in based cultural facilities of a region.

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A Study on Instruction Plan for Education of the Ceramic Art and Crafts in the Middle School (중등학교 도자공예교육 활성화 방안에 관한 연구)

  • Ryu, Yu-Li
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.12 no.10
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    • pp.509-514
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    • 2014
  • It is said that ceramic arts which reflects the sprit of the age and culture is one of the representative cultural assets in Korea. Ceramic arts has the longest tradition and it has been used in our everyday life from a historical perspective. Unfortunately, most textbooks we use nowadays just show some art works for appreciation. It is impossible to teach unique techniques of ceramic arts with those textbooks. Traditional culture is not considered as a main part of educational contents but surrounding elements. Therefore it is hard for students to learn about our traditional culture deeply and it is also difficult to know the importance of the ceramic arts in secondary schools. Through the education of ceramic arts students can understand our traditional culture and they can also experience the formative arts by using plane and dimensional techniques. Teachers have to focus on historical background, types, functions, and sense of beauty of ceramic arts when they teach students in school. Students can use the knowledge in their daily lives. The education of ceramic arts encourage students to create new culture for ceramic arts.

Linguistic Turn and the Education of Liberal Arts (언어적 전환과 인문교육)

  • Paik, Tohyung
    • The Journal of the Convergence on Culture Technology
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    • v.6 no.1
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    • pp.279-288
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    • 2020
  • In this paper, we try to criticize a bias that liberal arts are not practical. First, I introduce holistic models of knowledge and constructivism in education. Second, I suggest 'linguistic turn' as another noticeable phenomenon. Language is an element of culture, but a priviledged one because culture, in itself, is linguistic. So culture is a sort of a text. We can see that liberal arts or humanities to deal with texts, contexts and languages can have an important role to read, understand and construct a world. So the rediscovery of the traditional model of the education of liberal arts like processes of graduating studies of liberal arts or humanities, is relevant to a new 'practical' model of reading and leading recent social transformations. An important point is academic contribution. And current situation called 'Knowledge-Based Society' also supports my point in another way. The situation of rapidly changing knowledge requires an education of problem-solving ability by unifying and reconstructing knowledge supporting with constructivism in education rather than the cramming system of education.

A Study on Teaching Artists competencies as educator for animation arts and culture education (애니메이션 문화예술교육을 위한 에듀케이터로서의 문화예술교육사 역량 연구)

  • Kim, Jae-Woong
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.235-258
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    • 2016
  • As the first class Teaching Artists system is about to be brought to effect, the ability required for Teaching Artists to design educational contents, develop and manage education programs is not much different from that of a museum Educator. This system is necessary for resolving problems in existing Arts and Culture Education, such as overlapping programs and adjusting difficulty levels by age to meet the demand of educatee. It also deals with drawbacks in production-oriented curriculum originating from the preference in some subject. In addition, as progress in science and technology makes rapid changes in digital media and its subculture, increasing need for novel and interdisciplinary curriculum in the field of Arts and Culture Education puts further emphasis on the importance of this system. In this study, we focus on clarifying the significance of Educator as a professional and proposing curriculum for the system, trying to avoid restricting our discussion to current Arts Instructor Supporting Project which are merely aimed at supporting children and adolescents to grow up to enjoy culture and arts. Capacity for designing curriculum for culture and arts, the kernel of qualification for the first class Teaching Artists, requires a variety of comprehensive expertise and qualification such as doing preliminary research on contents related to animation, curating, determining potential of educational contents, organizing educational contents for appropriate educatee, understanding esthetic property and its role in education, and appreciating and enjoying cultural contents. Therefore, Teaching Artists plays roles not only in developing and running educational programs but also in supporting and cooperating with culture and arts institutions, designing and managing creative programs, combining and communicating with different social groups, and emphasizing mutual interchange in culture.

Artists or Educators? : A Phenomenological Study on the Collective Identity of Future Arts & Culture Education Instructors (ACEIs) (예술가인가 교육가인가?: 문화예술교육사 국가자격증 취득희망자의 정체성에 관한 현상학적 연구)

  • Kim, InSul;Park, ChilSoon;Cho, Hyojung
    • Review of Culture and Economy
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    • v.17 no.2
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    • pp.185-216
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    • 2014
  • It has been two years since the national certificate of Arts & Culture Education Instructor(ACEI) was implemented the 2012 amendment to the Arts & Culture Education Act. Separate from the initial policy goals, students who attend the program to achieve ACEI certificate share various expectations, motivations and intents. The purpose of the research is to understand the collective identity of future ACEIs to evaluate the initial policy implementation during the period when the collective professional identity has not been fully formed yet. This research studies the data that were collected from 172 students who were attending one of the official ACEI institutes in Seoul area. As one of qualitative research methods, Questionnaire Method was employed to conduct this phenomenological study. James E Marcia's theory provides the theoretical framework for the data analysis of this study. The research results indicate that many students'identity status are between Identity Diffusion and Moratorium, which raises concerns for both arts and cultural fields as well as the policy success. Therefore, this research will relate these findings to the larger arts and culture infrastructure in order to better prepare them as arts and cultural professionals and also to stress the importance of the job market development and social environment that can accept them.

A Study on the Training Plan for Strengthening the Ability of Human Resources in Culture and Arts Education: Focus on work-site application of arte academy training program (문화예술교육 전문인력 역량강화를 위한 연수방안 연구: 아르떼 아카데미 연수 현업활용 분석을 중심으로)

  • Han, Chan-Hee
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.20 no.4
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    • pp.275-283
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    • 2019
  • The purpose this study is to analyze how human resources in culture and arts education use the contents of Arts Academy training program in the field, and to suggest implications and improvements of the training for strengthening the competence of professional manpower. For this purpose, an online survey was conducted for the participants of the Arte Academy training program to investigate the actual application rate. As a result of the analysis, overall application of the training was high. However, the work-site application was divided into indirect and direct applications. Indirect application showed higher results than direct application. This shows that the training is effective in terms of strengthening the participants' personal competence, but they are somewhat lacking in applying the contents learned in the training directly in the field. Indirect application is a result of training and is a necessary part of strengthening competence. However, considering that culture and arts education is a consumer-oriented policy that enjoys culture and art, it needs to be strengthened more directly in the field, and the competence of the applicant should be applied to the field more smoothly. The Korea Arts & Culture Education Service needs to review and implement such a training that has a higher direct application than indirect application.

Collaboration with Public libraries in Facilitating Arts Education Programs in School (공공도서관을 활용한 공교육 문화예술교육 프로그램 활성화 방안 모색)

  • 심효정;이용훈
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.34 no.4
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    • pp.153-177
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    • 2003
  • In order for public education to iud its balance, stronger arts education program is necessary. Successful delivery of arts education program is expected when it is implemented in cooperation with public library, which is at the heart of community culture and education. Under these assumptions, this study determined current status of arts education programs by investigating public library documents. The research also verified the prospect of facilitating the programs with public library support with survey. Based on the findings, problems in current public library were identified and alternatives for seamless collaboration with schools were recommended.

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A Study on the Exploration of the School Arts & Culture Education Policy : Application of Cooper's Four Dimension Model (현행 학교 문화예술교육 정책의 맥락에 관한 탐색 연구 : Cooper 등의 4차원 정책분석 모형 적용)

  • Choi, Hyeon-Rak;Jang, Deok-Ho
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.16 no.11
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    • pp.57-67
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study is to examine the issues of school arts & culture education policy in Korea, using the four dimensional model of Cooper, Fusarelli, & Randall(2004). Research method is literature analysis, the accumulated policy documents and academic papers were used as the basis data. As a result, the followings are required for effective policy outcome: From the normative dimension, overcoming the pursuit of national growth ideology and bureaucratic rationality; from the structural dimension, securing of practical forms and content through the reform to the teacher mandate system in curriculum operation; from the constituentive dimension, clear division of roles among members through the change of awareness about arts & culture education; and finally from the technical dimension, rational allocation of resources based on firm educational criteria. Building upon the results, promotion of basic academic research, accepting the opinions of arts & culture education parties concerned, expansion of opportunities for cultural art experience of teachers, building up the integrated arts & culture education teacher training system, the reorganization of the teacher training system, and raising the professionalism of teaching artists.