Investigation on Art Psychology of Primary and Junior-Senior High School Students in Jinan City and Study on Education Docking

Min LI

Abstract


This paper adopts the qualitative research method, and uses the qualitative research approaches like questionnaire survey, classroom observation, interviews on teachers and students, case tracking, educational probation, educational practice, etc. to investigate and analyze the attitude on art, art ability development characteristics and law, and psychological basis of the contemporary primary and junior-senior high school students from the perspective of psychology, so as to reveal the prominent problems existing in art education teaching of primary and junior-senior high school students in China, and to discuss the strategy of docking the art education of higher normal universities with that of primary and junior-senior high schools and to improve the quality of art education of higher normal universities and primary and junior-senior high schools by combining the problems existing in art education of higher normal universities.

Keywords


Art psychology; Art education of primary and junior-senior high schools; Art education of higher normal universities

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Qian, C. X. (2013). Art teaching theories and methods (p.5,9). Beijing, China: Higher Education Press.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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