Evaluation of Visual Arts Lesson Gains According to the Learning Steps of Cognitive, Affective Psychomotor Areas

Eylem Tataroglu


APA 6th edition
Tataroglu, E. (2012). Evaluation of Visual Arts Lesson Gains According to the Learning Steps of Cognitive, Affective Psychomotor Areas. European Journal of Educational Research, 1(2), 65-83. doi:10.12973/eu-jer.1.2.65

Harvard
Tataroglu E. 2012 'Evaluation of Visual Arts Lesson Gains According to the Learning Steps of Cognitive, Affective Psychomotor Areas', European Journal of Educational Research , vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 65-83. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.12973/eu-jer.1.2.65

Chicago 16th edition
Tataroglu, Eylem . "Evaluation of Visual Arts Lesson Gains According to the Learning Steps of Cognitive, Affective Psychomotor Areas". (2012)European Journal of Educational Research 1, no. 2(2012): 65-83. doi:10.12973/eu-jer.1.2.65

Abstract

Primary education (1-8 Grades) Visual Arts Instruction Schedule is a program built up and constituted by a commission composed of academicians and specialist teachers in their fields within the body of Ministry of National Education in year 2006 on the basis of “constructivist approach” philosophy of education. Instruction Schedule composed by three learning fields, whichever philosophy of education they serve for, they have to be incentive and feeding the gains of three fields evenly for cognitive, affective and psychomotor learning looked for in ethically and educational sciences and be appropriate for the particularity of the course. On the other hand, instruction schedule also should consider the requirements of the era. This studyhas been structured upon the research in which the teaching program is separated into cognitive, affective and psychomotor field skills and which has been previously published in the journal of National Education, issue number 190. What is targeted in this paper is, to classify and evaluate 1-8 grade gains of just structured instruction schedule within the boundaries of learning fields in accordance to cognitive, affective and psychomotor learning conditions.

Keywords: visual arts, cognitive, affective, psychomotor