History Of Learning Interesting Using The Visual Art Approach




History, Learning, Interesting, Visual Art and Education.


Teachers' and students' perspectives on the value of visual arts in the classroom were explored using a mixed-methods qualitative and quantitative study approach. An online survey administered to students and faculty at an international school in Malaysia provided the information needed for this study. The researchers determined that children were inspired to study science when they were exposed to visual arts. Literature evaluations by other educators provided further support for the study's findings. The research concluded that the learning of science alone does not stimulate or improve children's mental and physical development, but that the addition of visual arts does help. The results also showed that practically all educators and students viewed the use of visual arts in scientific classes favorably. Students' attitudes toward science improved when teachers let them to use whatever artistic medium they wanted to document their newfound knowledge. In addition, educators have shown that using visual arts to teach science inspires children to do better. The conclusion reached is that the visual arts contribute to the scientific education of students.




How to Cite

KAPIL CHOWDHURY. (2023). History Of Learning Interesting Using The Visual Art Approach. Elementary Education Online, 20(4), 5057–5071. Retrieved from https://ilkogretim-online.org/index.php/pub/article/view/2775