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Study on activation of job creation in Pyeongtaek area through natural dyeing education (천연염색 교육을 통한 평택지역 일자리창출 활성화 연구)

  • Park, HyeSook
    • The Journal of the Convergence on Culture Technology
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    • v.6 no.2
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    • pp.117-122
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    • 2020
  • In this study, among the new industries that are attracting attention as a new industry to lead the 4th Industrial Revolution era, Korean traditional culture and arts are being promoted in the context of local community efforts and collaboration between industry and academia. It aims to create jobs through local traditional culture, arts, tourism events and design product development, while seeking ways to secure labor force that can save and revitalize high value-added industries in the community. In particular, in the current situation where the era of change and the education of traditional techniques are increasingly ignored and neglected, this study is a traditional cultural art through natural dyeing education and cultural and art events conducted by industry, regional universities, and research institutes in Pyeongtaek for many years. It is expected to be used as a basic data for the transmission and creation of high value-added jobs.

The Enable policy research on ceramic culture (도자 문화에 대한 활성화 정책연구 -도자 공방을 중심으로-)

  • Kim, Sung-Min
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.10 no.8
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    • pp.305-310
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    • 2012
  • Those who supply the consumer with the culture and the sharing of feelings can be. The code to be read correctly by the consumer unless it is impossible the formation of the culture. The dissemination of this vibrant ceramic culture is the power of education can be. In this sense, our ceramic culture also reaffirming the importance of education and overhaul is needed. Times the local ceramic arts in order to become as a culture, above all, education and activation are required. We run workshops in teaching methods and ways to activate based on the importance of education policy based on the Revitalization of ceramic culture is suggested.

An Analysis of 'Animation Education Standards' and Recommendations for Improvement (애니메이션 교육 표준 분석 및 개선점 연구)

  • Kim, Jae-Woong;Park, Yoo-Shin
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.63-90
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of this study is to improve the standards for the animation education in '2011 Arts and Culture Education Standards: Cartoon and Animation'. Animation Education Standards has been developed by discussion about Arts and Culture Education, and by study of documents about animation, and by investigation about experimental recognition. And the study of domestic and foreign art education standards are reflected in these standards. These standards consist of seven categories reflecting various aspects of animation and each category is classified into five stages by age. This standard has two axes: seven categories by various aspects of animation and five stages by age, and it represents achievement requirement in animation learning. This study suggests that 'Animation Education Standards' has five features as below. First, it reflects the character of Animation as an independent subject. Second, it is studied on the basis of the framework of arts and culture education. Third, it provides basic achievement requirement, and it has no limitation in learning activities. Fourth, the achievement requirements of two or more categories can be applied simultaneously in real classroom; each category is set by themes of animation education. This study presents five methods to improve existing standard. First, independent standard for animation education must be developed. Second, categories must be established distinctly. Third, each categories and achievement requirement must reflect unique characteristic of animation. Fourth, the description of achievement requires must be systemized. Fifth, to help to adapt education standard, explanation about practical teaching and learning activities must be added. '2011 Art and Culture Education Standards: Cartoon and Animation' is important in that it is the first study that systemized animation education and presented pedagogical achievement requirements by suggesting achievement requirements for animation education by two axes -ages and categories. It will be very helpful in studying the animation education as a subject, and developing education programs, and teaching and learning in an actual class.

A Study on an Actual Practice of "International Availability of a Curriculum" in College of Arts (예술대학의 『교육과정의 국제 통용성 확보』를 위한 실제)

  • Kim, Hye-jin;Jang, Chung-ok
    • The Journal of the Convergence on Culture Technology
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    • v.1 no.4
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    • pp.45-50
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    • 2015
  • Cultures mean communication. With the whole world communicating online simultaneously, international availability has also been required in education. Especially the social media including the YouTube has opened a new age of e-learning, if not intending to do so, and the curriculum of a college or a university has kept up with the needs of our time. This study contains domestic and international professional programs equipped with internalization of a curriculum. It has suggested a role of college of arts as a customized and specialized institution which offers students advanced skills of related international industries through an internationalization of a curriculum of media and arts. It also suggests that full-time faculties need to develop a program to secure an international expertise. It can be concluded that a shift of paradigm towards education industry through social media contributes to needs to secure an international availability of a curriculum.

Reinvestigating Korean Culture Education Based on Culture and Art Contents (문화·예술 콘텐츠를 기반으로 한 한국문화교육의 재모색)

  • Lee, Young-Jo
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.277-287
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    • 2020
  • The proportion of cultural education in Korean language education is increasing. Many researchers in Korean language education have used a variety of teaching methods and materials for cultural education, and the range of contents applied to cultural education is wide ranging from literature, drama, film, theater, and music. In addition, the results studied until recently are vast. Nevertheless, cultural education in the classroom is fragmentary and often stays one-off. Since culture is a product that is produced over time, it raises the question that it needs to be more phased, systematic and sustainable. Therefore, this study examines the existing aspects of arts and contents-based culture education, selects literature among the art contents, and presents specific class cases conducted for one semester, and implements the continuous and systematic culture education aspects. I tried to find the direction of Korean culture education.

A Case Study of Circus Education in Korea Focused on Circus Professional Training Program by Seoul Foundation Arts and Culture (국내 서커스 교육 사례연구 -서울문화재단 주최 서커스 전문가 양성 프로그램을 중심으로-)

  • Jun, Aram;Kim, Hyung Nam;Chung, Yeun Soo
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.16 no.6
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    • pp.215-224
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    • 2016
  • This research is to explore the direction of circus education in Korea by the case study of Circus Professional Training Program, which was held by Seoul Foundation Arts and Culture for the first time in Korea. The study was conducted via interviews of three participants who completed Circus Professional Training Program to comprehend their experiences of participating the programs in Korea and France. Result of this study revealed that the participants were able to set their goals to jump up, and expand their movements through the program that was held in Korea. Experiencing the great cirus world in France, they showed eagerness to go back and get more training. Despite of these positive effects, they have faced a difficulty how to continue their leaning and goals for the circus in the absence of circus facilities and places to practice. The system that they can take the next step is not ready yet, either. There should be some solutions to these problems. In order to develop the circus education, they hoped that Seoul Foundation Arts and Culture continues circus education with consistency. In addition to that, many national and circus educational organizations should be activated to establish the circus professional educational system.

A Study on the Adaptation of Culture and Art Based on PIE for North Korean Adolescents (PIE에 기반한 탈북청소년의 문화예술 적응에 대한 연구)

  • Kim, Soonim;Jeong, Gyoungyoul;Lee, Youngdae
    • The Journal of the Convergence on Culture Technology
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    • v.3 no.4
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    • pp.117-122
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    • 2017
  • North Korean youth is a youth aged 6 to 18 who lives in a South Korean society after having left North Korea. In this study, photo-in-education (PIE) provides North Korean youths with opportunities for cultural and arts education, and to help them adjust themselves to South Korean society. As a result, they, as young people who are exploring a new life in South Korea, have been able to express their own inner world through photos, videos, and writings. Also, young people have developed a bright and clear mind, and enhanced an expressive power and logical power that helps grow healthily and intelligently. Further, it is the aim of this education to help them to have a positive feeling for society and to do their best to become a healthy member of society, who will be able to contribute to society. Through PIE, it was found that North Korean defectors were able to see themselves positively and express their own inner self positively, despite that they are still in the negative and shady side of life.

Study on the activation of ceramic culture education (도자문화 교육의 활성화 방안 연구)

  • Kim, Sung-Min
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.12 no.3
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    • pp.377-382
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    • 2014
  • Culture of Latin cultura culture derived from a translation of the original meaning of words was farming and cultivation, culture, art and later became the will of. British anthropologist E. B. Tyler book "primitive cultures, Primitive Culture" (1871) Culture in the "knowledge. Beliefs Arts. Morality. Law. Practices, including as a member of human society acquired the totality of skills or habits," he gave the definition. Culture can be seen in the human reason, of the form of action, not genetic thing by playing by learning to learn from the community and received the whole thing says. Thus, the prevalence of active cultural power of vigorous training is possible can. In this sense, our ceramic culture also reaffirming the importance of education and the reorganization is needed. Culture and what it takes to become a force larger than the act of teaching. Who supply the consumer with the culture and the sharing of feelings that can be read properly considering the skater to the consumer unless the formation of culture is impossible. In this regard, this study realized the importance of education and culture, as the current situation in our country and the activation of ceramic craft education is to provide.

The Actual Conditions and Recognition of Dietary Life Education in Elementary School after Execution of the Dietary Life Education Support Act (식생활교육지원법 실시 이후 초등학교 식생활 교육 실태 및 인식)

  • Kim, Joo-Young;Sim, Ki-Hyeon
    • The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition
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    • v.24 no.3
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    • pp.295-305
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    • 2011
  • The goal of this study was to provide basic data for the future development of dietary life education in elementary schools by understanding the current conditions of the program after the execution of the Dietary Life Education Support Act. We conducted a survey to understand dietary teachers' recognition of dietary life education in elementary schools. We found that teachers' recognition was low and that dietary life education in elementary schools is still carried out indirectly by focusing on nutrition knowledge. Dietary life education is carried out during lunch time and dietary life-related class hours. However teachers of lower class levels did not have any practical subject related to dietary life and responded that a lack of time devoted to dietary life education was the biggest problem with the program. Most teachers responded that dietary life education in elementary schools is necessary for the formation of students' sound dietary habits, and that the development of a system of teachers directly responsible for dietary life education is necessary. In the past, dietary life education has typically been carried out at home, but now schools are required to play a role because of family nuclearization and the increase in working couples. Therefore, to revitalize dietary life education programs in elementary schools according to the Dietary Life Education Support Act, we suggest more systematic and segmentalized studies.

Bringing Computational Thinking into Science Education

  • Park, Young-Shin;Green, James
    • Journal of the Korean earth science society
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    • v.40 no.4
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    • pp.340-352
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    • 2019
  • The purpose of science education is scientific literacy, which is extended in its meaning in the $21^{st}$ century. Students must be equipped with the skills necessary to solve problems from the community beyond obtaining the knowledge from curiosity, which is called 'computational thinking'. In this paper, the authors tried to define computational thinking in science education from the view of scientific literacy in the $21^{st}$ century; (1) computational thinking is an explicit skill shown in the two steps of abstracting the problems and automating solutions, (2) computational thinking consists of concrete components and practices which are observable and measurable, (3) computational thinking is a catalyst for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) education, and (4) computational thinking is a cognitive process to be learned. More implication about the necessity of including computational thinking and its emphasis in implementing in science teaching and learning for the envisioned scientific literacy is added.