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An Examination on the Concept of Visual Literacy as a Basis for Convergence Education Programme (융복합교육 프로그램을 위한 기반으로서 시각적 문해력(Visual Literacy) 개념 검토)

  • Park, Gun-Kyu;Kim, Won-seok
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.14 no.12
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    • pp.397-403
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    • 2016
  • This research reviews the concept of Visual Literacy which is the critical base for performing convergence-style educational program of fine arts. The Visual Literacy means the ability to understand and properly deal with the visual information given to the agent such as the literacy to the written language. It is beyond doubt that the necessity of the Visual Literacy is raised because there is different visual information through new media for the entire life of young generation. Therefore, the Visual Literacy is the base for performing convergence-style education when it comes to performing convergence-style educational programs. It covers the communication abilities to utilize new media and exchange visual information one another.

A Qualitative Study on the Culture and Art Education Experiences of Adolescents with Developmental Disabilities - With a focus on craft education activities - (발달장애 청소년의 문화예술교육 경험에 관한 질적 연구 -공예교육활동을 중심으로-)

  • Lee, Min-hye;Heo, In-yeol
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.14 no.12
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    • pp.515-524
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of a culture and art education program on adolescents with disabilities. Craft education oriented toward activities convergence education. The investigator conducted an in-depth interview with seven adolescents with developmental disabilities in a special high school class for a month after the educational sessions were over. The findings were as follows: first, the adolescents with developmental disabilities experienced the joy, pleasure, and interest of study, which they used to have a difficult time experiencing in a common class. Second, they became relaxed with their participation in lessons, felt comfortable through educational activities, and had a positive attitude. Third, they had a feeling of being together and coexistence through collaborative activities. Finally, they were able to share each other's ideas, listen carefully to their friends, talk about works they created, and experience close relationships with classmates.

A survey on dietary education needs for implementing dietary education by teachers in elementary schools (초등학교 교사의 식생활교육 실시를 위한 교육 요구도 조사)

  • Kim, Joo-Young;Sim, Ki-Hyeon
    • Korean journal of food and cookery science
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    • v.28 no.2
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    • pp.183-193
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    • 2012
  • In this study, data was collected on the dietary life education at elementary schools according to the Food Education Support Act using elementary school teachers as subjects. A survey was conducted on 258 elementary school teachers at seven elementary schools located in Seoul, Gyeonggi, and Daegu, Korea from April 14-17, 2010. Most teachers reported that dietary life education was very much needed. The appropriate individuals to teach dietary life education were nutrition teachers, charge teachers, and dietary life education tutors, in that order. The most appropriate time to conduct dietary life education was during dietary life-related subject hours, dietary life education hours, food service hours, and discretionary and extracurricular activities, in that order. The most effective materials and methods used for dietary life education were projection materials and dietary life-related special lectures. Efficient dietary life education methods can be used to develop dietary life education programs. Based on these results, elementary school teachers recognize that dietary life education is very much needed and believe that it would be desirable to conduct dietary life education using nutrition teachers in cooperation with other related teachers.

The Development of a Communication Model for Teaching-Learning in Culinary Practical Education - A Constructivism Point of View - (조리 실기 교육을 위한 교수-학습 의사 소통 모형 개발 - 구성주의 관점에서 -)

  • Kim, Tae-Hyeong;Na, Jeng-Ki
    • Culinary science and hospitality research
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    • v.14 no.4
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    • pp.14-26
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    • 2008
  • The purpose of this study is to develop a communication model of teaching-learning at culinary practical learning class in school. Statistically, the organizational culture of culinary schools was influenced by the nature of hierarchical culture, task outcomes, and the conservative culture of organizations in companies. First, in basic skill class, teaching and learning methods are based on a teacher who leads students according to his plans and decisions. Second, in a higher skill course, teaching and learning methods are based on students who take an active part by injecting some fresh ideas into their class. Third, the model of three courses for culinary skill development has an effect on processing into a modeling-scaffolding-fading method by teaching and learning in school. It was ascertained that organizational culture directly or indirectly influenced organizational effectiveness and organizational culture in culinary schools. Moreover, it was found that organizational culture was the biggest influencing concept for communication effectiveness between teachers and students.

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Fashion education as a lifelong education program for adult learners (성인 학습자를 위한 평생교육으로서 패션 교육)

  • Nam, Ji Young;Park, Hye-Jung
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.20 no.6
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    • pp.838-853
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of this study is to identify adult learners' decision making variables, satisfaction, and evaluation toward fashion education as a university lifelong education program. As decision making variables, this study included participation purpose, information source, and selection criteria for lifelong education center and program. Regarding satisfaction toward fashion education, this study included satisfaction toward program and satisfaction toward education condition and administrative services. Data were gathered by both questionnaires and focus group interview(FGI) with 12 adults who completed the program. While questionnaires were used for decision making variables and satisfaction, FGI was used for evaluation. Frequency was used to analyze the questionnaires and content analysis was used to analyze the results of FGI. The findings showed that respondents participated mostly because of hobby or interest and got information mostly from acquaintances. They regarded program contents as the selection criteria for lifelong education center. They also regarded lecturers' professionality as the selection criteria for the program and showed high satisfaction toward lecturers' passion. Regarding education condition and administrative services, they showed high satisfaction. FGI also showed the importance of individual competence, career development, a work-study program, a on-site study program, and lecturer. The results suggest methods to make university lifelong education programs more appealing to adults who want to attend universities for non-degree university programs.

The necessity of the NCS curriculum introducing & Convergence for culture and arts management at a four-year college (4년제 대학에서 문화예술경영 NCS 교육과정도입과 융합의 필요성)

  • Choi, Jeong-Il;Rhoon, Hae-Choon
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.8 no.2
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    • pp.205-212
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study is to examine the necessity of introduction of NCS curriculum for culture and arts management at four - year college and whether NCS education is helpful for employment and acquiring certification. For this purpose, we set up the research model "Culture Arts Management NCS Education, Necessity of NCS curriculum introducing at 4-year universities, Help in employment and business performance" and surveyed. As a result, Chronbach's Alpha coefficients were calculated as 0.821, 0.807, and 0.830 and the internal consistency was secured. The validity analysis of the measured variables was also calculated above the reference value(0.5). And it was found that both intensive validity and discriminant validity were secured. As a result of the hypothesis test, the standardization coefficients were 0.608 and 0.977, and both hypotheses showed positive (+) relationship. Therefore, each research hypothesis was highly correlated.

A Study on the Current Status and Improvement of Cultural Arts Education in the 4th year University Early Childhood Education Curriculum -Focused on metropolitan universities- (4년제 대학교 유아교육과의 교과과정 중 문화예술교육의 현황과 개선에 관한 연구)

  • Park, Joo-Won
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.18 no.1
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    • pp.360-372
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    • 2017
  • Cultural arts education helps in the holistic development of children and enhances their language skills and creative thinking. This type of education not only fosters emotional intelligence, but has also been proven to play a positive role in helping children understand different cultures. Based on these findings, in recent times, interest in cultural arts education has been focused on the importance of experiencing art in childhood and the development of artistic ability. A high standard of cultural arts education is desirable, in which regular classes are held based on the close cooperation of teachers, with extensive knowledge and sense of the cultural arts, and cultural arts experts. Therefore, it is necessary to include extensive cultural arts education in the training of early childhood educators, considering the importance of early childhood cultural arts education. This study suggested ways to improve the academic curriculum and develop plans to enhance the expertise of early childhood teachers in the field of cultural arts by analyzing the academic curriculum of early childhood education courses in 4-year universities in the metropolitan area.

Association between Outcome Evaluation and Satisfaction of Culture and Art Education (문화예술교육 참여자의 교육성과 평가가 교육만족에 미치는 영향)

  • Yoon, Nina;Park, Jowon
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.15 no.6
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    • pp.597-605
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    • 2015
  • The present study investigated how culture and art education participants' outcome evaluation predicts the satisfaction of the education by performing the secondary analysis of the Korea Arts and Culture Education Service's (KACES) survey data. Exploratory factor analysis identified three dimensions(content, management, and resources) of education outcome evaluation, and the regression analysis revealed the factors of outcome evaluation influenced the education satisfaction positively. When the sample was grouped according to prior participation experience and companion [participated alone or with other person(s)], the regression analysis showed the differences of the influences between groups. On the basis of the findings, managerial implications for improvement of the culture and art education programs and suggestions for further studies were discussed.

Policy Model for the Development of the Arts Educator in the field of the Comic & Animation Education (만화애니메이션 교육 강사의 전문직종화를 위한 지원모델 연구 - 만화애니메이션 강사 지원 사업을 중심으로 -)

  • Yim, Hak-Soon
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.11-28
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    • 2007
  • The article concerns the public policy for the development of the arts educator in the field of the comic and animation education. The comic and animation education programs are focused on the promotion of the creativity and communication skills of the student in terms of the arts education. The article seeks to examine the case on the support program for the comic and animation educators, which has been managed by Korea Arts & Culture Education Service(KACES) since 2005. The forty two educators were surveyed. As a result, the support program of the KACES has an effect on the educator's recognition of the comic and animation education in the positive way. The most of the educators suggest that the support program should try to develop the comic and animation educator job as a special work with the full time job. In this repect, the article recommend the policy alternatives such as the promotion of the education program R & D, the knowledge and information system, training system and the establishment of the governance system.

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A Study on the integrated art & culture education using short animations of Korea (한국단편애니메이션을 활용한 주제중심 통합교육 모형 연구)

  • Kim, Jae-Woong;Ko, Min-Jung
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.15-29
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    • 2010
  • Art & Culture Education for improving quality of life and cultural empowerment through the enjoyment of culture and the arts has spread as a variety of programs. However, Art & Culture Education in school has problems in the aspect of functional and superficial contents and ways of class. To achieve the ultimate purpose of Art & Culture Education and to take place as a effective education, quantitative growth in addition to qualitative depth should be considered. The purpose of this study is to develop the integrated Art & Culture Education model in elementary school curriculum using short animations of Korea, for improving the quality and vitalization of Art & Culture Education. For the interdisciplinary education short animation can be an effective asthetical teaching material, which transmits the world view, personality, social and historical reflection of the director. (2003) is a modern interpretation of a myth, which is Woncheongang Bonfuri from Cheju, and folkore paintings. This film can be such a stuff for the interdisciplinary class Korean and Ethics that language intellect and reflection intellect can be motivated. Moreover the thoughts and feelings about the film can be formulated in text, toon, painting that students can extend their language intellect and space intellect. communicates typically korean emotion and nature with its rural atmosphere and boy figure. With this film we can deliver a interdisciplinary class of science and art.

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