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ERIC Number: ED574240
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2017
Pages: 6
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 7
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Experience of Teaching Drawing in German Schools by A. Ažbe and S. Hollósy (On the Example of the Image of Human Head)
Melnikova, Svetlana
Bulgarian Comparative Education Society, Paper prepared for the Annual International Conference of the Bulgarian Comparative Education Society (BCES) (15th) and the International Partner Conference of the International Research Centre (IRC) "Scientific Cooperation" (5th) (Borovets, Bulgaria, Jun 2017)
The main aim of the paper is to analyze and disclose the methods for teaching drawing of the human head in foreign schools at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries for further application in modern Russian methodology of art education. The relevance of the problem under investigation is due to the structuring and disclosure of the specificity of teaching methods in foreign schools of A. Ažbe and S. Hollósy. The main advantages and disadvantages of these schools are considered. It is stated that modern Russian teaching methodology focuses on the methods of drawing, built on the influence of the German school and applied directly to the tasks of art and art and architectural education. As a result of the research, organizational and content characteristics of the educational process in contemporary art education in accordance with foreign experience, German art studios, pedagogical and creative practice are determined. [For the complete Volume 15 proceedings, see ED574185.]
Bulgarian Comparative Education Society. Blvd Shipchenski prohod 69 A, 1574 Sofia, Bulgaria. e-mail: info@bces-conference.org; Web site: http://www.bces-conference.org
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Germany; Russia