Dissertation > Culture, science,education, sports > Education > Pre-school education, early childhood education > Subjects teaching methods,teaching materials > Art

The Research on Colour Application in Children Vision-art Education

Author MengWeiZuo
Tutor RenZuo
School Dalian University of Technology
Course Art of Design
Keywords Children Vision-Art Education Children Colour-Art Education Creativity Divergent Thinking Imagination Children ColourInvestigation
CLC G613.6
Type Master's thesis
Year 2008
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Children education is the first step in our life, which is such important because it is thebest stage to develop creative thinking and vision-space intelligence. In traditional Chinesestyle education, trainers focus on the growing and training of knowledge acquisition abilities,and indeed put lots of efforts and time on it. However, it is well proved that the developmentof creative thinking and vision-space intelligence occupy same weights in Children’s earlyeducation. To strengthen the two ways, in great details, this paper will examine thebackground, attributes, methodology and contents of children colour-art education. As aneffective method of developing divergent thinking, substantial thinking and confidence, thecolour-art education is very important to the ability-growing of emotion expression andaesthetics, which also develops children’s imagination, cognitive abilities, practical abilities,independence and creativities.With seven chapters in detail, the paper composes of three sections: Introduction ofTheory, The Research on Colour-Art Education, The colour Investigate.In the first section, Introduction of Theory, the paper introduces why children vision-arteducation and children colour-art education play an important role, and the relationshipsbetween them. As a vital part of children vision-art education, colour-art education could wellpresent the function of vision-art education and meet the needs, which was publicly acceptedas a necessary and efficient method. The training applies multiple fine-arts methods toimprove the development of vision-space intelligence, upgrade the aesthetics abilities andgrow divergent thinking.In the second section, the paper will focus on the teaching points of children colour-artand how to apply it into the traditionally academic activities. Comparing western creativitiesteaching to oriental aesthetics teaching, we suggest an integrating of creative thinking andskill training. Combining life experience and knowledge, the teaching will improve children’semotion, attitude, abilities and skills through multi-dimension. Centralized by thedevelopment of children, we propose a methodology of children colour-art education with themacro-education thinking, macro-courses thinking, integrated and active education thinking. After the mastering of basic fine-arts skills, children could creatively express what they wantto say via multi-colours, which leads children to delight, harmony, self-controlled and creativeactivities. This will greatly enrich children’s emotion and open an art door for them.Here, we applies art therapy of psychology to children colour-art education, which givesmore on this teaching field. The paper then examines the necessary and feasibilities of themethod. Our proof shows that the teaching could produce the positive effects on healthychildren to help them defend psychology disease, as well a earlier predict to unhealthychildren and the suitable therapy for them. We believe that an active aesthetics value and lifeattitude for children would be well established. For this goal, a series of practical methodshave been developed and applied.The third section recalls the process of our research and investigation. After classifyingand analyzing the materials we obtained, we draw a conclusion on the children’s feels tocolour and how different they feel to colour comparing to adults. We believe this research willgive a better direction on children’s life and growing and we expect colour will play a moreimportant role on children’s life.

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