Innovative Learning and Teaching for Quality Careers of Graduates and Excellent Higher Education: Arts Didactics in Higher Education
The monograph was prepared with the help of five university staff members from the Faculty of Education, the University of Ljubljana and the Art Academy of Split (Croatia) in the form of three papers that uniquely introduce different pedagogical approaches into the study of the learning and teaching of fine art, thereby improving the quality of learning and higher education. In the chapter entitled Teacher education in the arts: between artistic experience and teaching practice, authors emphasise the importance of practical training of pre-service teachers. Chapter entitled Problem-based learning and teaching in the process of experiencing and creating an artwork, emphasises the importance of problem-based learning and teaching in the complex process of experiencing and creating an artwork. Last chapter entitled Pedagogical approach to the realisation of affective development goals of students of the second level of the art education program, emphasise the importance of awareness among university teachers that they need to pay special attention to students’ acceptance and responsiveness.
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The project “Innovative Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (INOVUP)” is co-funded by the Republic of Slovenia and the European Union from the European Social Fund.
More information on the project: www.inovup.si.