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The Teacher’s Recognition for the Actual Administration of Art Education in Special Middle Schools with Hearing Impairment

  • Journal of Special Education: Theory and Practice
  • Abbr : JSPED
  • 2011, 12(2), pp.259-286
  • Publisher : Research Institute of the Korea Special Education
  • Research Area : Social Science > Education

장혜원 1 Jeong, Eun-Hee 1

1조선대학교

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ABSTRACT

This survey research and an experimental instruction were performed by the survey which has had encountered through the nineteen art instructors of students who have hearing impairment in special middle schools over the entire nation for researching in art educational curriculum for students who have hearing impairment, for the method of an art education. In such research, after analyzing Fisher’s exact test in surveying nineteen question papers following at the frequency and percentage, the results of the teacher’s interview were the following conclusions. First, at the teacher’s recognition for management of art education in special middle schools with hearing impairment, the main point of the art education is nurturing the capability of improving and creating an environment as well as the characters while developing the noble personality through cultivating an artistic sentiment and creativity by offering an opportunity of self-expression. Also, to design and improve a teaching-learning system is the teaching methods and the developing of the student experimental programs for the learning procession in a curriculum. Second, the teacher’s educational managements to children who have hearing impairment for their art education are viewing of an art museum, providing them visual aids, producing a experimental programs for children who have hearing impairment in case of their deficiency of the their direct experience and connecting a guidance of teaching methods in student results assessments, writing an appreciation sentence, an artificial language and communication for an art education when teachers evaluate the hearing impairment students’ works.

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