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A Discussion and Analysis of Animation in a Culture and Art Education (문화예술교육에서 애니메이션에 대한 논의 분석)

  • Jo, Jeong-Rae
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.29-55
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    • 2013
  • In the contemporary modern society, information and knowledge generate a set of new social values. These changes demand a transformation not only in socio-cultural and educational spheres, but also, specifically, in the field of culture and art education. Culture and Art education emphasizes the integration and cross-discipline of other related fields which have great impact on culture and arts. This study applies theoretical analysis of Animation education in the context of culture and art education. Animation education takes an interdisciplinary approach to integrate various subjects in the field of culture and art education. Animation, as a form of culture and art education, plays an educational role in the social classroom. Animation education should be developed and expanded to become a regular classroom course. The goal of Animation education is to pursue and develop a connection with other educational courses of study. In order to strengthen the role of Animation education, we should first re-structure the pedagogical role of Animation education. Secondly, Animation education needs to become a diversified and popularized education. Third, the cultivation of creative human resources is considered of vital importance to Animation education. Finally, the expansion of infrastructure and the establishment of a comprehensive support system for Animation education has to be established.

A Study of the Educational Effects of Aesthetic Experience through Culture and Arts Based Learning Development Case (문화예술활동 기반 교육 개발사례에서 미적경험이 주는 교육적 효과 분석)

  • Seol, Yeon-Kyung
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.14 no.2
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    • pp.517-526
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    • 2014
  • This study tried to analyze the effects of culture and arts activities as educational method in the classroom. Compared with other activities, the culture and arts activity enables learners to have unique aesthetic experience differentiated from scientific and logical experience. This study analyzed the effects largely into three aspects (intellectual, emotional, and practical aspects) in case learners have such aesthetic experience in the field of education. Through this, the study will become an opportunity to propose practical data concerning the educational effects of the culture and arts activity, and further to confirm the possibility and necessity of utilizing such activity as an education method.

Position and function of dance education in arts and cultural education (문화예술교육에서 무용교육의 위치와 기능)

  • Hwang, Jeong-ok
    • (The) Research of the performance art and culture
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    • no.36
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    • pp.531-551
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    • 2018
  • The educational trait that the arts and cultural education and dance strive for at a time when the ethical tasks of life is the experience for insight of life. The awareness of time entrusted with the intensity [depth] of artistic and aesthetic experience is to contain its implication with policy and system. In the policy territory, broad perception and strategy are combined and practiced to produce new implication. Therefore, on the basis of characteristics and spectrum persuaded at a time when the arts and cultural education and dance education are broadly expanded, the result of this study after taking a look at the role of dance education within the arts and cultural education is shown as follows. The value striving for by the culture and arts education and dance education is to structure the life form with the artistic experience through the art as the ultimate life description. This is attributable to the fact that the artistic trait structured with self-understanding and self-expression contains the directivity of life that is recorded and depicted in the process of life. The dance education in the culture and arts education has the trait to view the world with the dance structure as the comprehensive study as in other textbook or art genre under the awareness of time and education system category within the school system and it has diverse social issues combined as related to the frame of social growth and advancement outside of school. When taking a look at the practical characteristics (method) of dance based on the arts and cultural education business, it facilitates the practice strategy through dance, in dance, about dance, between dance with the artist for art [dance]. At this time, the approachability of dance is deployed in a program based on diverse artistry for technology, expression, understanding, symbolism and others and it has the participation of enjoyment and preference. In the policy project of the culture and arts education, the dance education works as the function of education project as an alternative model on the education system and it also sometimes works as the function for social improvement and development to promote the community awareness and cultural transformation through the involvement and intervention of social issues.

A Study on the Knowledge of Immigrant Housewives on Infant Weaning (결혼이민자 주부의 이유식에 대한 지식 및 인지도 조사)

  • Min, Kyung-Ae;Kang, Jung-Min;Jeong, Hee-Sun
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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    • v.26 no.1
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    • pp.17-29
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    • 2011
  • As the public is already aware, baby food has a significant effect on a baby's physical and mental health. It is also very important because choice of baby food forms proper eating habits, which will affect health in the future. In particular, recognition of appropriate baby food by the mother or the primary care provider is even more important. Although many studies have been conducted on this matter for domestic housewives, no studies have been conducted on married immigrant housewives whose numbers are increasing every year. A survey was conducted on the recognition and current situation of baby food preparation by mothers living in Gangwon Province with children 6 to 36-months-old. The purpose of the study was to research the level of understanding of baby food by immigrant housewives given that they were raised in different environments with different eating habits and child raising norms. And additional purpose was to provide proper educational material and direction for choosing appropriate baby food. The results showed significant differences depending on the nationality and age of the mother. Moreover, the results showed an insufficient understanding of baby food but a high desire for education, as mothers did not receive enough support from society. Therefore, necessary education should be provided systematically after mothers fully learn to communicate in Korean. These mothers need continuous attention and support, so they can settle in this country as wives, daughters-in-law, and mothers. Moreover, the needed professional education should be provided so that the mothers can learn traditional Korean eating habits and understand differences in the culture and environment between countries. As the selection of baby food forms the basis of future eating habits and the foundation for good health, proper education should be available to establish healthy intercultural families.

Using Naver Maps for ICT Based Arts Education -Focused on Public Art- (네이버지도를 활용한 ICT기반 미술교육 -공공미술작품 제작을 중심으로-)

  • Choi, Ji-Sook;Huh, Yoon Jung
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Computer Game
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    • v.30 no.2
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    • pp.113-119
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    • 2017
  • This study is aimed at providing an exploratory education plan that is of direct interest to the local community through community-based art education. In this study, the "Naver Map" was used as a learning tool. The main theories behind the composition of contents of this plan are based on information and communication technology (ICT) education. First, classes were conducted over four sessions for 38 junior high school students. Subsequently, these classes were supplemented by six sessions for 12 elementary school students from the fifth and sixth grades. Consequently, the use of the Naver Map in community art education was effective in terms of convenience, ease of operation, accuracy of visual data, motivation, and continuity. The learners recognized the concept of "place" in the local community, and by producing appropriate works of art, they understood the concept of "place" and realized "social participation" and "culture creation."

Visual Media Education in Visual Arts Education (미술교육에 있어서 시각적 미디어를 통한 조형교육에 관한 연구)

  • Park Ji-Sook
    • Journal of Science of Art and Design
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    • v.7
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    • pp.64-104
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    • 2005
  • Visual media transmits image and information reproduced in large quantities, such as a photography, film, television, video, advertisement, or computer image. Correspondence to the students' reception and recognition of culture in the future. arrangements for the field of studies of visual culture. 'Visual Culture' implies cultural phenomena of visual images via visual media, which includes not only the categories of traditional arts like a painting, sculpture, print, or design, but the performance arts including a fashion show or parade of carnival, and the mass and electronic media like a photography, film, television, video, advertisement, cartoon, animation, or computer image. In the world of visual media, Image' functions as an essential medium of communication. Therefore, people call the culture of today fra of Image Culture', which has been converted from an alphabet convergence era to an image convergence one. Image, via visual media, has become a dominant means for communication in large part of human life, so we can designate an Image' as a typical aspect of visual culture today. Image, as an essential medium of communication, plays an important role in contemporary society. The one way is the conversion of analogue image like an actual picture, photograph, or film into digital one through the digitalization of digital camera or scanner as 'an analogue/digital commutator'. The other is a way of process with a computer drawing, or modeling of objects. It is appropriate to the production of pictorial and surreal images. Digital images, produced by the other, can be divided into the form of Pixel' and form of Vector'. Vector is a line linking the point of departure to the point of end, which organizes informations. Computer stores each line's standard location and correlative locations to one another Digital image shows for more 'Perfectness' than any other visual media. Digital image has been evolving in the diverse aspects, such as a production of geometrical or organic image compositing, interactive art, multimedia art, or web art, which has been applied a computer as an extended trot of painting. Someone often interprets digitalized copy with endless reproduction of original even as an extension of a print. Visual af is no longer a simple activity of representation by a painter or sculptor, but now is intimately associated with a matter of application of media. There is some problem in images via visual media. First, the image via media doesn't reflect a reality as it is, but reflects an artificial manipulated world, that is, a virtual reality. Second, the introduction of digital effect and the development of image processing technology have enhanced a spectacle of destructive and violent scenes. Third, a child intends to recognize the interactive images of computer game and virtual reality as a reality, or truth. Education needs not only to point out an ill effect of mass media and prevent the younger generation from being damaged by it, but also to offer a knowledge and know-how to cope actively with social, cultural circumstances. Visual media education is one of these essential methods for the contemporary and future human being in the overflowing of image informations. The fosterage of 'Visual Literacy' can be considered as a very purpose of visual media education. This is a way to lead an individual to the discerning, active consumer and producer of visual media in life as far as possible. The elements of 'Visual Literacy' can be divided into a faculty of recognition related to the visual media, a faculty of critical reception, a faculty of appropriate application, a faculty of active work and a faculty of creative modeling, which are promoted at the same time by the education of 'visual literacy'. In conclusion, the education of 'Visual Literacy' guides students to comprehend and discriminate the visual image media carefully, or receive them critically, apply them properly, or produce them creatively and voluntarily. Moreover, it leads to an artistic activity by means of new media. This education can be approached and enhanced by the connection and integration with real life. Visual arts and education of them play an important role in the digital era depended on visual communications via image information. Visual me야a of day functions as an essential element both in daily life and in arts. Students can soundly understand visual phenomena of today by means of visual media, and apply it as an expression tool of life culture as well. A new recognition and valuation visual image and media education is required to cultivate the capability of active, upright dealing with the changes of history of civilization. 1) Visual media education helps to cultivate a sensibility for images, which reacts to and deals with the circumstances. 2) It helps students to comprehend the contemporary arts and culture via new media. 3) It supplies a chance of students' experiencing a visual modeling by means of new media. 4) There are educational opportunities of images with temporality and spaciality, and therefore a discerning person becomes to increase. 5) The modeling activity via new media leads students to be continuously interested in the school and production of plastic arts. 6) It raises the ability of visual communications dealing with image information society. 7) An education of digital image is significant in respect of cultivation of man of talent for the future society of image information as well. To correspond to the changing and developing social, cultural circumstances, and the form and recognition of students' reception of them, visual arts education must arrange the field of studying on a new visual culture. Besides, a program needs to be developed, which is in more systematic and active level in relation to visual media education. Educational contents should be extended to the media for visual images, that is, photography, film, television, video, computer graphic, animation, music video, computer game and multimedia. Every media must be separately approached, because they maintain the modes and peculiarities of their own according to the conveyance form of message. The concrete and systematic method of teaching and the quality of education must be researched and developed, centering around the development of a course of study. Teacher's foundational capability of teaching should be cultivated for the visual media education. In this case, it must be paid attention to the fact that a technological level of media is considered as a secondary. Because school education doesn't intend to train expert and skillful producers, but intends to lay stress on the essential aesthetic one with visual media under the social and cultural context, in respect of a consumer including a man of culture.

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The Effect and Problem on Mathematics Study Through E-Learning (e-러닝을 이용한 수학 학습의 효과 및 문제점)

  • Kang, Hyo-Soon;Jung, Jung-Hoon
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Information and Commucation Sciences Conference
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    • pp.413-416
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    • 2012
  • The information technology such as personal computers and the internet has become a critical factor in forming a common and popular culture over the last few decades. Those technical inventions have transformed the educational environment. In the past, the only way to get an education was for students to attend schools or private institutions by themselves. In contrast, the internet enables people to learn from a distance by using cyber-education courses and many e-learning contents are provided. Based on those infrastructures, students can be educated in a convenient and flexible way without totally depending on attending school. The purpose of this paper is to examine what the effect of cyber-learning at home is, and to analyse what the problem is? Lastly, this paper also suggests measures to alleviate the adverse effects of it.

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Study on the Factors of Career Choice in Culture Arts (문화예술분야의 진로선택요인에 관한 연구)

  • Jeong, Jae-Yeob;Choi, Myeonggil
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.15 no.8
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    • pp.383-390
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the motives of employment and self-employment for culture and arts major. In addition, we investigated the factors of career choice and the external environment of career barriers. A questionnaire survey was conducted on college students majoring in culture and arts in Gyeonggi Province. For 233 copies, t-test and MANOVA analyzes were conducted for this study. The career choice factors of culture and art major were researched in order of importance. In addition, there were differences in the career choice factors between the employee and the entrepreneur and between the genders. There was the interaction between the choice groups and the gender in some factors. The results of this study can be used for career education and counseling in the future by enhancing understanding of career choice of major in culture and arts field.

Development and Application of Clothing Life Education Program in Middle Schools based on the Education and Experience in Arts & Culture (문화예술교육과 경험을 중심으로 한 중학교 의생활교육 프로그램 개발 적용)

  • Bae, Hyun-Young;Lee, Hye-Ja
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.50 no.8
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    • pp.79-95
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of this study is to seek improvement in clothing life education through a development and application of the clothing life education program for middle schools based on the education and experience in arts & culture. On the basis of art & culture education as well as, Dewey's experience, the clothing life area education program was designed and developed for the 2nd year students in the middle school. This program was applied to 350 students of 9 2nd year classes in M middle school during the 17 periods of clothing life area classes, beginning from May 23rd, 2011 and lasting to September 30th, 2011. The leaner-evaluation was performed in terms of the level of learning interest and academic achievement. To measure the level of academic achievement, a mind-map evaluation was performed and a learning effect survey, which evaluates the level of achievement of learning objectives, was carried out. For the purpose of class observation, classes were filmed and analyzed. Characteristics of a class were recorded on a teacher's diary and was used to support the qualitative evaluation. According to the results, the education program is analyzed as being helpful and useful in student understanding of fiber, textile and, clothes, which are materials and outcomes of culture and art; moreover, they have a historical, cultural and artistic value in themselves. It is also analyzed as being helpful for the development of student aesthetic sensibility and emotion, for the construction of meaningful experience through a learning process, for the improvement of learning interest and the level of academic achievement, and for the positive recognition of the learning effect.

A Character Development Program in University based on 49 Character Qualities

  • Park, Jong-Jin;Cobb, Robert W.
    • International Journal of Advanced Culture Technology
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    • v.4 no.4
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    • pp.51-56
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    • 2016
  • Although character education has been done for many years in Korea, it has not been sufficiently implemented in Korean schools. Recently it has become more important and consequently a law for it has been announced by government. But studies and discussions about character education have focused on the primary and secondary education rather than higher education including university. In this paper, a character development program in university is proposed. It is using 49 character qualities to develop character in university students. A liberal arts course has been implemented using the program in Chungwoon University.