08Jun 2017

DESIGNING, SHARING AND LEARNING: AN EXPERIMENTAL OUTLOOKS THROUGH ICT IN ART EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE LEARNING

  • Visual Art Director Navrachana School, Sama Vadodara, Gujarat.
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Visual arts have been part of the human experience throughout history and are embedded in our daily lives. Visual art offers enjoyment, delight and stimulates imagination. Visual art describes, defines and develops human experience in ways that are personal as well as global, real and magical. The importance of art education is as an essential area of quality education for peace and sustainable development. Using ICT (Information Communication Technology) in art and design is a new area of experience for both learners and teachers. There is believable evidence that participation in the arts can have a powerful impact for student on achievement in other areas of the curriculum. This will enable children to choose the most appropriate tools in the future. ICT blurs the boundary between traditional art forms providing opportunities to express ideas in many different ways. Keeping in mind the benefits of ICT in education an experiment was done by imparting ICT based Art Education to higher secondary school students. The experiment revealed positive result of the ICT in teaching learning of Art Education. This paper highlights the major findings of the experimental and implication the teachers and students of higher secondary education.


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[Deepak Mahakul. (2017); DESIGNING, SHARING AND LEARNING: AN EXPERIMENTAL OUTLOOKS THROUGH ICT IN ART EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE LEARNING Int. J. of Adv. Res. 5 (6). 1-5] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com


Dr. Deepak Mahakul


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Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/4374       DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/4374


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