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Creating a school curriculum for majoring in art education
Círová, Kateřina ; Kitzbergerová, Leonora (advisor) ; Svatošová, Zuzana (referee)
Title: Výtvarná výchova ve školním vzdělávacím programu pro 2. stupeň základní školy Author: Bc. Kateřina Círová Department: Katedra výtvarné výchovy Supervisor: PhDr. Leonora Kitzbergerová, Ph.D. ABSTRACT The subject of my thesis is the creation of an art education curriculum for the sixth year at the second level of primary school. In the theoretical part of the thesis, I first analyze the concept of art education in terms of its development and changes over time. Then I analyze the concept of the visual field in relation to the structure of the curriculum within the characteristics of Art and Culture for the second level of basic education. I look deeper at creating educational content in relation to specified educational goals. In the last chapter of the theoretical portion, I define the concept of specific teaching methods for teachers of art education. In the practical part of my thesis, I apply the educational content of the field of art education to the program of teaching art education at the second level of primary school with regard to the teacher's conception of art education. In the empirical part, I focus on the reflexive practices of the teacher in the framework of action research. I emphasize the factors that influence the teacher's approach to teaching. I present the...
Regionalism in the Architecture and the aplication in the pedagogy in Kindergarten.
Jandová, Marie ; Pfeiffer, Jan (advisor) ; Svatošová, Zuzana (referee)
The thesis analyzes regionalism in architecture and its application in kindergarten education. In the theoretical part it defines regionalism, its characteristics, history and contemporary conception on the Czech territory. Urbanism, urban context, meaning of genius loci for the region are explained. Suitable educational methods and art techniques for preschool children. The principles of the project are defined. The aim of this work is to elaborate an art project usable for children in preschool age. It will bring children closer to culture, its importance from an artistic point of view. It develops the visual literacy of children and introduces them to the field of regionalism, urbanism in the context of the given place. Through art goals, specific art tasks and art techniques, children penetrate the foundations of urbanism and regionalism. By explaining the principle of gallery education and the perception of the environment in the exhibition space, they will learn to perceive the works of art with the view of the author, will experience a sense of success. In the practical part is realized project, which is connected to concrete environment. Through the regional context, children learn about the history and present of regional architecture through art activities. The project focuses mainly on...
Theme of everydayness and stereotype in Fine Art and Art Education
Surmová, Eliška ; Kitzbergerová, Leonora (advisor) ; Svatošová, Zuzana (referee)
The following diploma thesis paper deals with the theme of everydayness and stereotypes within fine arts and art education. The theoretical part firstly focuses on monitoring the phenomenon of everydayness and stereotypes across various scientific disciplines, such as philosophy, sociology, psychology, anthropology or history. Subsequently the concept of depicting everydayness and stereotypes in fine arts is developed, which also includes authors whose work deal with the theme of everydayness and stereotypes and whose work fall into the period from the second half of the 20th century till the present day. We created three approaches to the given concept and each approach differs in their approach in depicting the reality of everyday life. In the didactic segment we deal with the issue of high school art education tasks and we follow it up with our own thematic tasks for high school students. Our thematic tasks include five related art tasks, which are aimed at the students to reflect on their own everydayness on several levels. The practical segment is a set of two posters, in which the author work reflects on her own everydayness and her changes depending on the environment. The poster named "Routine" follows everyday life and typical situations, however it also brings poetic moments. The poster...
Fashion as a feminist tool of the 20th-century
Kosinová, Monika ; Svatošová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Magidová, Markéta (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the problems of the first two waves of feminism, which is reflected in the 20th century fashion. It explains what feminism is and what its historical contexts are. An overview of the evolution of fashion of the 20th century will be divided by decades and will show its fundamental changes a impacts on society in connection with the development of women's movements. The work differentiates between world and domestic fashion and accentuates the attitudes of crucial personalities of fashion design on this issue. The historical overview will be complemented by a proposal and reflection on the partial realization of its own pedagogical project aimed at linking the field of clothing design and feminist issues.
Art Activities in Montessori Kindergarten
Holánková, Hana ; Svatošová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Kafková, Helena (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the possibilities of using art education in preschool education based on the principles of Maria Montessori pedagogy. The theoretical part presents the Montessori pedagogy method. It deals with the important principles of the alternative streams of educational system, it observes its features and the educational areas and clarifies the concepts of art education in Montessori schools. The next part of the thesis focuses on the usage of art education in preschool education and observes its streams and forms. It deals with the reflective, creative, and experiential form of education, which is applied when creating the art activities. The practical part of the thesis presents a case study describing the function of art education in a selected Montessori kindergarten. Several art activities were realized, using the inspiration from the artefiletic concept of art education. It focuses on self-reflection of one's own art project and it defines particular educational issues as well as its tools how to manage them. KEYWORDS Montessori pedagogy, art education, pre-school education, the concept of art education, reflection, case study
Safe Space in Art Drama Classes
Nedomová, Veronika ; Svatošová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Jakubcová Hajdušková, Lucie (referee)
The central theme of the bachelor's thesis is a safe space. It is a phenomenon that permeates the entire pedagogical process and is an essential part of it, as it creates suitable conditions for the fulfillment of educational goals. It is also a prerequisite for a personality growth that leads not only to personal happiness and a fulled life, but implicitly also to a better functioning of the whole society. The aim of the work is to map in detail the principles and possibilities of safe space through art creation (Art education) together with dramatization (Drama education). Thanks to this connection, the potential of artistic and dramatic expression can be used as a specific way of self-expression, exploring one's inner self and one's relationship to the surrounding world. Dramatic play is also a suitable means of inducing an authentic experience, during which personality grows naturally. The term Art Drama as an interdisciplinary subject where both Visual Art and Drama education intersect. In the didactic part, based on the acquired knowledge, an artistically dramatic thematic series with a selected topic - Enviroment - is compiled. Didactic transformation uses three educational units of aArt education and contextualizes current trends in society and modern Art.
Possibilities of the art education to develop thinking dispositions of pupils
Štěpánová, Ivana ; Novotná, Magdalena (advisor) ; Svatošová, Zuzana (referee)
Student studied and presents the principles of Harvard University Project Zero programs The Artful Thinking and The Visible Thinking. The goal of both programs is to help teachers to create a connection between works of art and curriculum and to use the art to develop thinking dispositions of pupils. Student introduces in details principles, reports and impact of the project on the american education system. She then considers it in the context of czech primary school art education and connects it with the czech curriculum domain. The integral part of the thesis is a visual project realized in primary school. The author analyzes different ways of children's thinking and percieving and construction of meaning in the context of visual literacy. On basis of the findings the art project was proposed. KEY WORDS Artful Thinking, Visible Thinking, project Zero, visual literacy, art education, thinking dispositions development, work of art, case study

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