SECTION 4

Art Education,
Digital Literacy & E-Learning

"At the start of this year it was hard to imagine that the whole world would be experiencing the dramatic changes that have now come to be called ’the new normal’" (Kuchah Kuchah, 2020)

 

In the period of worldwide public health emergency, with mandated quarantine for working and educational experiences (in the year 2020), the majority of educational institutions in the world have faced the forced emergency lockdown and migration into the digital, online or virtual learning and teaching environments. In addition, many teachers and learners were displaced out of academic institutions worldwide, migrating to their home countries or changing their physical locations due to the worldwide closure of boarders and transport lines. The mandated social distancing measures, travel restrictions and prohibitions of large gatherings of people in indoor and outdoor, has greatly affected many working and educational sectors, especially sectors of the arts (music, opera, ballet, dance, theatre), cultural and creative industries (Flew & Kirkwood, 2020).

Read more in the attached paper...

Slađana Marić    

Faculty of Philosophy University of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia

Teaching Methodology and Emergency Transitions into Virtual Environments – Language, Dance, Music and Media Education           

This paper reflects on the issues in teaching methodology and the emergency transitions into virtual environments due to the pandemic crisis and mandated quarantine experiences from March 2020. Themes of innovation, interaction, motivation, digital pedagogies – teaching methods, use of digital/digitalised content (media, language, music, audio, visual arts), classroom culture, possibilities for virtual mobility, are all discussed in relation to the potential future(s) for education in a world affected by the pandemic. In conclusion, several areas of educational response are highlighted with potential guidance in envisioning future educational processes.

Klára Zářecká

Department of Art Education and Textile Art, Faculty of Education, University of Hradec Králové, Czech Republic

Digital Educational Resources – Materials for Art Teachers (Project Support for the Development of Digital Literacy)  

The aim of the conference contribution is in the form of power-point presentation to introduce model educational materials (so-called Digital educational resources) for teaching arts and methodologies that were created by a team of authors collaborating in the project "Support for the development of digital literacy" (abbreviated Digital Literacy). This Project (2018–2020) is focused on building didactic and methodical support for teachers from practice for the integration of educational activities developing digital literacy of students in primary and secondary schools.

Lucie Tikalová

Department of Art and Textile, Faculty of Education, University of Hradec Králové, Czech Republic

Art Education and Digital Literacy in the Time of Coronavirus

The paper presents an ongoing project entitled Support for the Development of Digital Literacy, which is implemented under the leadership of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic. The project focuses on building didactic and methodological support for teachers across disciplines and school levels. The author of the paper focuses on digital literacy in art education, which is gaining in importance in the context of today's coronavirus.

Denisa Belzová

Start-Art, z.s., www.start-art.cz, Brno, Czech Republic

Distance Learning, Teaching Art Techniques and Topics Online

How to teach art lessons at a distance? We dealt with this topic throughout the corona period, when we had no choice but to teach at a distance. We have developed e-learning courses. We created the first lessons and tried online lessons. E-learning is a project for us that we want to develop further and we are looking for friendly organizations and financial support for our projects.

© 2020 by Czech Section of INSEA

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram