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

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


Li, Min, Cross - Cultural Communication


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.

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

INTRODUCTION

As for Jinan City, the major of fine arts in higher normal universities (for teachers' education) have supplied a mass of art teachers for primary and junior-senior high schools in Jinan over the years. On the one hand, such teachers' teaching effect reflects the quality of art education of normal universities in Jinan, yet on the other hand, the continuously emerging prominent problems in teaching put forward more requirements on art education of higher normal universities. It is indisputable that there are many problems existing in current art education teaching of primary and junior-senior high schools in China, involving from the superficial cognition on art education by the teachers and students and the society to the problem that unreasonable art education system and teaching materials result in the stereotyped teaching modes and the unsatisfactory classroom teaching effect. This paper, mainly from the perspective of art psychology of primary and junior-senior high school students in Jinan, analyzes the concrete problems existing in art education teaching of primary and junior-senior high schools, dissects the crux of problem in art education teaching of higher normal universities, and explores the strategy of docking the art education of higher normal universities with that of primary and junior-senior high schools so as to promote the quality of art education both in higher normal universities and in primary and junior-senior high schools.

First of all, we need to define the key concepts mentioned in this paper. Art psychology refers to the cognition and attitude of primary and junior-senior high school students on art, as well as the art behaviors and abilities reflected by them. The art education of higher normal universities mainly refers to the art education of regular universities and colleges in China where the fine arts (for teachers' education) undergraduate major pilot courses are executed. The primary and junior-senior high schools of Jinan City refer to the primary and junior-senior high schools situated in urban districts and villages and towns of Jinan City. The study is conducted by dividing regions (urban districts and villages and towns) and by dividing stages: The primary and juniorsenior high schools in Jinan City are divided into 7 stages in accordance with the students' psychological characteristics and the art teaching characteristics, including the grades 1-2 of primary school, the grades 3-4 of primary school, the grades 5-6 of primary school, the grade 1 of junior high school, the grade 2 of junior high school, the grade 3 of junior high school, and the senior high school. We strive to carry out the questionnaire inquiry activities in scientific, objective and strict accordance with the requirements and methods of random sampling survey, and 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 by adopting the qualitative research method and combining the action research forms such as classroom observation, interviews on teachers and students, case tracking, educational probation, educational practice, etc. …

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