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Influence of guided drawing curriculum on drawing development in children

By Alison Paige Myers

Abstract

This paper presents a case study of three first grade visual art classes over the course of one school year. In order to gauge the effectiveness and degree to which a visual art curriculum that embeds guided drawing experiences will accelerate the natural developmental stages of drawing, all classes engaged in various guided drawing experiences as well as three independent self-portrait drawing experiences. The study also examined the opinions of art educators regarding the effectiveness of such instruction. The study showed that although guided drawing can be an influential factor in children’s artistic development, there is not a causal relationship between guided drawing instruction and drawing development. There are also many other influential factors in the artistic development of children

Topics: Artistic development, Art education, Guided drawing, Visual arts
Publisher: Scholarship & Creative Works @ Digital UNC
Year: 2013
OAI identifier: oai:digscholarship.unco.edu:theses-1067

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