Problems of Improving Artistic Perception of Future Art Teachers

Kurbonova Barchinoy

Abstract


This article examines the theoretical foundations, the nature, the essence, the social significance of artistic perception of the future art teachers. The article also describes the current state of the problem of the formation of artistic perception in the future art educators and the scientifically-pedagogical foundations of the preparation of artistic perceptions of schoolchildren for the formation of artistic perception of the students in the social needs of artistic perceptions and non-audiovisual workshops.

Keywords


Art; Fine arts; Artistry; Thought; Perception; Teacher; Reader; Aesthetic mind; Aesthetic attitude

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11466

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