Representation of spatial design in teaching of art culture od III and IV grades of primary education

Authors

  • Maja Zmukic Faculty of Pedagogy, University of Sarajevo

Keywords:

education, fine art, art culture, artistic fields, artistic techniques

Abstract

The subject of this paper is the application of sculptural studies in the primary school. The goal of the research is to examine and determine the prevalence of the application of techniques in the primary school grades. The problem of the research is whether the teaching of art studies is realized according to the current curriculum in the primary school grades III and IV. The sample consists of 214 students and 10 teachers. The research methods selected for deriving relevant conclusions are: descriptive method, theoretical analysis method, historical method. Results obtained through a survey questionnaire, related to the surveyed teachers, about whether they represent fields of art equally in their art classes, are that they answered in the representation of 100%, as well as the majority of students (96.26%) who answered affirmatively to the same question. In answering the question what the most art classes are about, the majority of students (82.71%) answered drawing, while the remaining 18.69% answered that they usually paint.According to the students, the areas of art are not equally represented in teaching, as shown by the results of a survey conducted among teachers. With this paper, it has been determined that is not fulfilled or equally represented in the art studies. And that the two fields of art, drawing and painting, are the most represented, while the often left out or insufficiently processed, continue to introduce students to other techniques.

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25.10.2021

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