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The Effect of Art Appreciation Activity Based on the Universal Design for Learning on Appreciation Attitude and Learning Behavior of Students in Elementary Schools for Student with Visual Impairment

  • Journal of Special Education: Theory and Practice
  • Abbr : JSPED
  • 2014, 15(1), pp.129-160
  • Publisher : Research Institute of the Korea Special Education
  • Research Area : Social Science > Education

Park, Gye-Suk 1 Chung, Jin-Ja 2

1전주 은화학교
2우석대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to figure out the effect of art appreciation class based on the universal design for learning on appreciation attitude and learning behavior of students in elementary schools for visual impairment. The subjects in this study was 21 students, 11 4th grade students(9 male students, 2 female students) and 10 6th grade students(5 male students, 5 female students). The universally designed art appreciation program, which was planned by the researcher, was conducted 20 times in total for 10 weeks and twice a week for each grade. Also, the lead time for each round of time was 40 minutes and the results gained from the program are as follows. First, the appreciation attitude of the students of elementary schools for visual impairment, that is to say the adequacy between the art class and educational goals and the application of appreciation activity had a positive influence from the art appreciation activity based on the universal design for learning. Second, the art appreciation activity based on the universal design for learning had a positive effect on the art learning behavior of the students of elementary schools for visual impairment. The following result of the study was able to identify its high value in education, in the sense that the art appreciation activity based on the universal design for learning was effective on improving appreciation attitude and observation ability of the students of elementary schools for visual impairment. Therefore, on the basis of this result, it is necessary to systematically expend the teaching-learning method, which was connected with the universal design education, for the promotion of the educational effect on art appreciation activity of the visually impaired students.

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