Review of Artistic Education. Number: 20 Year: 2020

Review of Artistic Education. Number: 20 Year: 2020

Journal Code:  Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478
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Number 20
Cover Date (month and year): 04.2020

 

Individual Article Information

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020  / 22_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / rae-2020-0022

Title: FEATURES OF SOME CULTURES OF THE CERAMICS OF THE EARLY HALLSTATT COMPLEX WITH INCISED AND ENGRAVED CERAMICS ON THE TERRITORY OF ROMANIA

Author(s): Ioana-Iulia Olaru

Affiliation(s): Associate Professor PhD., “George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iași, Romania

Abstract: The present study will only refer to the Early Hallstatt, Ha A-B, the beginning of the first Iron Age brought important transformations recorded in ceramics, once the production forces started to develop because of the spreading of iron metallurgy. In a time when ceramics suffers major transformations regarding forms and decor – we are talking here about the first period of Hallstatt (the early one) – the Hallstatt Complex with incised and engraved ceramics completes the image of pottery at that time, together with the other great cultural unity (the horizon with fluted ceramics).

Key words: flute, torques, metope, torsade, Hallstatt

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 23_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / rae-2020-0023

Title: DEVELOPMENT OF ARTISTIC CREATIVITY IN STUDENTS BY STUDYING AND APPLYING ORNAMENTAL MOTIVES IN THE TEXTILE ART COURSE

Author(s): Olimpiada Arbuz-Spatari

Affiliation(s): Associate Professor PhD, "Ion Creangă" State Pedagogical University from Chişinău, Republic of Moldavia

Abstract: In the training process within the textile art course, a system of methods of studying and applying the elements of the plastic language is used within the proposed methodology, which was followed by the development of artistic creativity in the students of the plastic art faculty. These methods were developed and applied in the course of textile art for the compartments: elaboration of creative compositions; consciously applying the elements of plastic language; studying and applying ornamental motifs in the textile art course. The methods developed for the textile art course, in their interaction, will contribute to the development of the student's artistic creativity, helping him to execute the creative product in the field of textile arts.

Keys words: artistic creativity, ornamental motifs, textile art

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 24_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / rae-2020-0024

Title: The role of arts in school education

Author(s): Ana-Maria Aprotosoaie-Iftimi

Affiliation(s): Lecturer PhD., “George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iaşi, Romania

Abstract: In the context of social priorities, artistic education serves a variety of purposes related to regional, community, education policies and, of course, educational purposes. This means that learning is not limited to was is obtained in schools. The ways young people engage in and through art involve covering several cultural areas. For example, while education in  general  is contextually defined, artistic education in particular is increasingly driven by access to technology,  the degree of  economic development of different societies,  the culture to which  young people  choose to  adhere and a higher degree of understanding  that school is only a means to deliver education, but not the only means.

Key words: visual art, education, contemporary, education through art, education for art

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 25_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / rae-2020-0025

Title:   The place of visual art in the development of critical dimensions of thinking

Author(s): Gabriela Monica Assante

Affiliation(s): Candidate Doctoral, “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University from Iaşi, Romania

Abstract: The present study aims to describe the ways in which art education impacts community life through art products. The sample consists of 32 teachers/creators in various fields of work such as fine arts, composition, literature, musical interpretation, choreography and acting. Categorical content analysis is used for data analysis. The highest-ranking emerging theme is related to the means of educational intervention in the community through art. Artistic education leads to empowerment and emancipation by provoking people to think differently while the exposure to artistic creations has a therapeutic effect and contributes to identifying new ways of action. Artists in the role of teachers feel a responsibility both for the educational process and also for the emotional message that their creative product transmits to the audience.

Key words: “Dialectics”, “Phenomenology of Design” “Meta–design” “Interdisciplinarity” and “collaborative” approaches, “Design paradigms” “Autopoiesis and Allopoiesis”

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 26_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / RAE-2020-0026

Title:   QUALITY ASPECTS OF PRODUCT DESIGN IN ARTISTIC EDUCATION

Author(s):  Uliks Bajçinovci, Bard Bajçinovci, Elena Rexha, Bujar Bajçinovci

Affiliation(s): Student cand. MSc., Student cand. MSc., UBT. Architecture - Spatial Planning from Prishtina, Kosovo, Student, cand.BSc., Associate Professor PhD, University from Prishtina, Kosovo

Abstract: The University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina” is the biggest higher education institution in Kosovo, which ever since its foundation has held the main burden of education and the development of the Kosovar society. If in the past the University of Prishtina was not only a hearth of knowledge, but also an icon of Kosova’s high education, now its mission is to offer stable and qualitative education to the new generation, functioning as an asset for the development and the strengthening of the Kosovar society. Currently, the UP is the biggest higher education institution in the Kosovo, with 42.006 students, above 1.000 academic staff members and around 350 administrative staff members, accommodated in 14 Academic Units. The research conducted in this paper reflects quality aspects in artistic education for sustainable product design, especially in art, architecture, creativity and innovation in academia curricula. The research methods consist of empirical observation in academia, direct observation of teaching methods, and promoting contemporary interactive teaching methods. To perceive a clearer research data, exploring was made within: The department of Architecture, Department of Anthropology-Archeology, The faculty of Arts in the University of Prishtina, also with UBT - Higher Education Institution in Kosovo, in the context of the possibilities for the improvement of the curricula’s, within actual and accredited academic frameworks. Research concludes that new teaching strategies must involve a new closeness, a brand new and more refining holistic system, as a response to less functional academic curriculums.

Key words: Artistic Education, Quality Aspects, Product Design, Academia

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 27_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / RAE-2020-0027

Title: URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF UNIVERSITY CAMPUS AND QUALITY ASPECTS OF ARTISTIC EDUCATION:  A CASE STUDY OF PEJA

Author(s): Modest Gashi, Vlora Aliu, Bujar Bajçinovci

Affiliation(s): UN-Habitat. MSc., Spatial and Urban Planner from Prishtina, Kosovo, Student, cand. BSc., Associate Professor PhD, University from  Prishtina, Kosovo

Abstract: Kosovo after the 1999 conflict was in a social, economic and environmental disadvantage. The creation of peace and stability depended on many actors such as UNMIK, whose mission was to achieve the overall goal of providing security and the normal living of all peoples in Kosovo and to achieve stability in South East Europe and the Balkans respectively. The research conducted in this paper reflects quality aspects in urban development of university campus and quality aspects of artistic education, especially in art, architecture, creativity, and regular meetings with focus groups, especially with residents of all settlements in Peja. The research methods consist of empirical observation in academia, observation of teaching methods, and promoting healthy academic campuses. Research concludes paper indicate that through urban development of university campus in Peja and quality aspects of artistic education in teaching methods as contemporary learning strategies strengthened with informal meeting places for education, can effectively present a urban plan methodology, hence, which can bring more clarity to the academia campuses and contemporary labor market. Furthermore, new academia campuses must involve a new closeness, a brand-new teaching method, as a response to the future contemporary academic objectives strengthened with a quality aspect of artistic education, for which Peja municipality are very well known. Peja has had and actually has the two artistic branches with legacy in education, such are the school of Fine Arts and the school of Music. The two schools in which has attended the dozen renowned Kosovar artists, who now live and work across Europe.

Key words: Quality Aspects, University Campus, Urban Development, Academia, Peja

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education -  10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 28_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / rae-2020-0028

Title: The Burke’s Pentad Heuristic: Potentiality for Creative Idea Generation in Graphic Communication Design

Author(s): Sylvester Zifegha Ebigbagha

Affiliation(s): Associate Professor PhD.,Niger Delta University from Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, Nigeria

Abstract: The Burke’s Pentad (Act, Agent, Agency, Scene and Purpose) is a creative idea generation guide for dramatism (or dramatistic framework). Its utilization to probe, often engenders a process of stochastic combination, whereby a vista of multiple ideational variations emerge in one’s mind, from which an appropriate subset could be selected and implemented. This usually affords inspiration, creative flow and energy that are pivotal for success in drama as much as in visual communication. However, there is prevalent unawareness of the potentials of the Pentad model as a veritable structure to creating innovative ideas in art and design. Therefore, this paper focused on the potentiality of the Pentad for creating and or analyzing ideas on form generation for pedagogical, practical, or theoretical purpose in graphic communication design. Towards this end, a triangulation of methods: critical-historical-analytic examination, artistic exploration, and content analysis are employed. The paper introduced the reader to the need for a strategy to generate new ideas, stimulate creative thinking, and enhance self-motivation in visual expression for structural and human development. Furthermore, it highlighted the processes of creativity, and form generation for material culture development. Also, the paper discussed the Pentad and its utilization for generating new ideas in art/design. It was found that the Pentad is indispensable in generating ideas for creating, interpreting and teaching visual form. The paper ended with the need for visual communicators to be acquainted by use of the Pentad for creative ideas to generate product with satisfactory outcomes.

Key words: Graphic communication and design, Creative ideas generation, Form generation, Burke’s pentad or dramatist heuristic

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 29_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / rae-2020-0029

Title: SPECIFIC SKILLS OF INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

Author(s): Marinela Rusu

Affiliation(s): Researcher PhD. and visual artist, Romanian Academy, Institute ”Gheorghe Zane” from Iași  Branch, Romania

Abstract: The concept of communication is a notorious one but at the same time, difficult to define precisely. However, many researchers recognize a number of attributes as easy to define and interpret. In this paper we will carry out a detailed analysis of each of these components of the basic model of communication (Hargie, O., Dickson, D. 2004, Dickson, 2001, Hargie and Tourish, 1999, Dickson et al., 1997). Interpersonal communication is a transactional, intentional, multidimensional, irreversible and (possibly) inevitable process. It is strictly determined by factors such as the situational context of the person, cognitive, affective or temporal elements. The participants in the communication carry and reflect the whole personal "baggage", of which the accumulated knowledge and experiences, motives, interests, values, emotions, attitudes, expectations and personal dispositions are part. To these are added the self-image, the beliefs about one's own abilities to succeed (self-efficacy). All these elements will determine the kind of meetings planned, the objectives selected, the persistence in achieving them, as well as the anticipation of possible rewards. Effective interpersonal involvement can be interpreted in terms of concepts such as: person-context, goals, mediation processes, responses, feedback and perception. We can think of spatial, temporal, relational and sometimes organizational frameworks in which the communication process is incorporated. The personal characteristics of the participants, together with the specifics of the situation, act to model the interaction. Also, the objectives pursued are determined by personal and situational factors. The plans and strategies for their realization come from the mediation processes and the strategy adopted accordingly, is reflected in the manifested answers, in behavioral and decision choices.

Key words: communication, person, situational context, affectivity, cognition, feedback, mediation

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 30_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / rae-2020-0030

Title:   Choosing the teaching career by students in the arts

Author(s): Ona Ionica Anghel

Affiliation(s): Lecturer PhD., “George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iaşi, Romania

Abstract: In order to build strategies for the permanent improvement of the educational offer in higher education institutions, taking into account the expectations of the beneficiaries can be an important direction to consider. Thus, the present study aims to radiograph the reasons why the students of the National University of Arts "George Enescu" in Iași (UNAGE) also choose a training trajectory for the route of the teaching career. To achieve this objective, we used in our research the linguistically adapted questionnaire "Orientations for Teaching Survey - OTS" (Ferrell, C.M., Daniel, L.G, 1993), which was answered by 140 UNAGE students. The hypothesis that the reasons why these students prepare to become teachers are intrinsic, extrinsic and altruistic was confirmed by statistical analyzes.

Key words: career motivation, teaching career, motivational types

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 31_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / RAE-2020-0031

Title:   THE GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION ACTOR: GENERATING VISUAL RHETORIC FOR DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES

Author(s): Sylvester Zifegha Ebigbagha  

Affiliation(s): Associate Professor PhD.,Niger Delta University from Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, Nigeria

Abstract: The art of using language for public expression in order to persuade target audience to support development initiatives is a key reason for graphic communication. This requires communication actors particularly, the graphic encoder to know salient input and output variables of communication for effective mediation. However, the prevalence ignorance of these variables, often results in ineffective media production that is counter-productive to development. Therefore, this paper focused on production of practical rhetoric in graphic language for development programmes. The paper employed the critical-historical-analytic examination and content analysis methods. It introduced the reader to the need for practical rhetoric in visual communication. Furthermore, it highlighted the salient input and output variables that the graphic communication actor need be conversant with in order to produce visual rhetoric, using the McGuire’s Communication/persuasion Matrix. And it exemplified graphic media that result from application or neglect of the knowledge of the variables. The paper found that consideration of the variables afforded production of effective rhetoric in graphic language. The paper ended with the need for graphic encoders to internalize knowledge of the input and output variables and utilize it during the process of media production to generate visual rhetoric with desired effect.

Key words: Rhetoric, Communication actor, Development initiative, Graphic communication, McGuire’s communication/persuasion matrix

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 32_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / rae-2020-0032

Title: MUSICAL SKILLS IN THE ARTISTIC KNOWLEDGE PROCESS

Author(s): Viorica Crişciuc

Affiliation(s): Associate Professor PhD., „Alecu Russo” State University from Bălţi, Republic of  Moldavia

Abstract: The article hereby includes conceptual aspects of the musical competences formation. It describes the realization of this process operating with the concepts of well-known occidental, Russian and local researchers. One of the ideas characteristic to the researchers’ pedagogical thinking is that, during the process of musical competence formation through art, the acquisition process mechanism is happening. For integrity in insuring the practical realization at of a musical education, the methodology we propose is based on research, an imposing theoretical network of successful pedagogical practices of remarkable scientists from all over the world. The analyzed theories are a source of inspiration and constitute the theoretical universe which contributes to as truthful as possible musical education.

Key words:  musical competences, the fields of art, musical acquisition, musical education, the mechanism of acquisition

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 33_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / rae-2020-0033

Title: THE INNOVATIVE PRAXEOLOGY: SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPLEMENTING IN ARTISTIC EDUCATION

Author(s): Tatiana Bularga

Affiliation(s): Associate Professor PhD., „Alecu Russo” State University from Bălţi, Republic of  Moldavia

Abstract: The process of artistic perception in instructive and formative actions is identified with the educative action itself. In this process the considerable weight rests on the participative state kid to the design, development and evaluation/self-evaluation (through prescription of individual behavioural maps, anticipating practical actions, varying operations, performing the tasks by choosing the optimal variants for solving) and the dynamics of professional competence of teachers to achieve gradually the theoretical design process and practical actuating, by identifying educational content and valuable actions, diagnosing the individual resources, planning, forming hypotheses, sequential and final evaluation. In our statements we proceed from the reality that the artistic activity differs much from other human activities through its ontological specifics, which requires taking into account the opportunities and challenges that arise in individual potential manifestation of the child, act that expresses by transposing the theoretical prescriptions into practical actions indisputable by the presence of emotional-affective reactions, by developing projects and logistical maps of action, is not waiting for certain stimuli coming from outside, but by enhancing the artistic intentions and decisions of child – subjects of education.

Key words: artistic education, proactive behaviour, success of personality, innovative and artistic praxeology, artistic action of teacher, artistic action of pupil, creativity, actional freedom, teacher’s and pupils’ proactive style, actional options

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 34_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / rae-2020-0034

Title:   EARLY MUSICAL EDUCATION AS A PREMISE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHILD’S UPRIGHT PERSONALITY

Author(s): Marina Cosumov

Affiliation(s): Associate Professor PhD., „Alecu Russo” State University from Bălţi, Republic of  Moldavia

Abstract: A person upright development is essentially connected to communication, and music is the language with the highest degree of communication, is the purest and deepest language, able to express the hidden, the essential, the spiritual. Musical education, achieved in all forms, contexts, periods, etc. under the mark of the upright development of human personality, means “wisdom, balance, love, inner light, harmony, “feeling”, etc.”. [I. Gagim]. Childhood, for this purpose, remains the fundamental stage for the subsequent development and initiation of the child in the "real” world, constituting at the same time, the foundation for his/her human “ becoming”.

Key words: lifelong education, education through art, aesthetic-artistic values, personality

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 35_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / rae-2020-0035

Title:   TRAINING OF ARTISTIC SKILLS OF THE MUSIC TEACHER

Author(s): Margarita Tetelea

Affiliation(s): Associate Professor PhD., „Alecu Russo” State University from Bălţi, Republic of  Moldavia

Abstract: In this article, concepts such as "creativity" and "artistic creativity", based on the ideas of a number of famous scholars, are dealt with. The concept of "creativity" is defined according to the aspiration of an artistic person to self-expression. Speaking about the structure and the components of the creative process, we have identified the factors that enhance the development of the creative abilities of the students from the pedagogic-artistic specialties in the process of designing the didactic-artistic approach. It is also reflected in the diversity of these factors: psychological, pedagogical, didactic, artistic. In conclusion, the emphasis is on the fact that self-expression in artistic creativity is the individual's need, and need is classified as aesthetic.

Key words: artistic creativity, self-expression, creative process, artistic personality, skills

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 36_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / rae-2020-0036

Title:   Concept of Didactic Project of the Musical Education Lesson

Author(s): Marina Morari

Affiliation(s): Associate Professor PhD., „Alecu Russo” State University from Bălţi, Republic of  Moldavia

Abstract: Human capital represents for Moldova the basic resource for long-term development. The quality of human resources is largely ensured by the education system. The lack of a systemic approach to changes in education is identified in the National Development Strategy "Moldova 2030" as a causal factor in guaranteeing quality education for all. Artificial separation of training (teaching of academic content) from education is still ongoing. In the context of sustainable development, current topics are taught rather mechanically than practiced. Extensively new and often optional curricula are added, instead of integrating these topics into core disciplines and used as a basis for reviewing barriers between disciplines and applied strategies, so that they become more interactive and more targeted. towards the development of transversal competences.

      There are imperative models / projects of education oriented towards the attainment of the transdisciplinary and transversal competences, oriented towards a graduate endowed with transdisciplinary competences, formed through the prism of all the studied school disciplines and that allow him the active participation in the social and economic life. Promoting curricular approaches through one-day cross-disciplinary activities (recommended in the national curriculum) requires the extension of the competence of the teachers in the field of interdisciplinary learning. Required: collaborative planning (between teachers from different disciplines / curricular areas / domains), models of educational approach that use Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) as access points for guidance in the learning process, in the context of real life, through transdisciplinarity.

        In the article are: (a) described the practices of integrating the arts in STEAM education in the USA, (b) identified the prospects for integrating the school disciplines in the curricular arts area into the STEAM education in the primary education level in the Republic of Moldova. STEAM education is an innovative initiative in learning, which supports the development and practice of the skills of students and young people of the century. XXI, considered one of the main trends in world education, practiced in the US and over 10 countries in the EU. The integration of STEAM education models into the Moldovan education system (starting with early education and primary education) can contribute to the effective implementation of educational policies through the regulatory function (targeted by the teleological component) and the strategic function targeted by the content and process components.

Key words: integration of the arts in STEAM education, graduate training profile, transdisciplinary competence, transversal competence, transdisciplinary activities, attributes of future citizens

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 37_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / Rae-2020-0037

Title:   The critical role of art education in community building as viewed by art teachers. A qualitative study

Author(s): Gabriela Monica Assante,  Florin Enescu

Affiliation(s): Candidate Doctoral, “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University from Iaşi, Romania

Abstract: The present study aims to describe the ways in which art education impacts community life through art products. The sample consists of 32 teachers/creators in various fields of work such as fine arts, composition, literature, musical interpretation, choreography and acting. Categorical content analysis is used for data analysis. The highest-ranking emerging theme is related to the means of educational intervention in the community through art. Artistic education leads to empowerment and emancipation by provoking people to think differently while the exposure to artistic creations has a therapeutic effect and contributes to identifying new ways of action. Artists in the role of teachers feel a responsibility both for the educational process and also for the emotional message that their creative product transmits to the audience.

Key words: artistic education, community, art, teachers

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 38_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / rae-2020-0038

Title:   QUALITY IN EDUCATION IN THE NONFORMAL PREUNIVERSITY SYSTEM IN ROMANIA

Author(s): Eugenia Maria Paşca

Affiliation(s): Professor  PhD.,“George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iaşi, Romania

Abstract: The criteria recommended for the performance of internal assessment are the ones included in the national model for school inspection applied by the inspectors in the school inspectorate or the Ministry of Education (with subsequent names) who carry out internal assessments. Educational establishments can also decide on certain additional criteria - in line with the specific needs. All educational establishments must perform the annual assessment of activity, regarding school development, educational programs, curricular and extracurricular activities, quality of the teaching-learning process, human resources development, relations with the community and European dimension in the education offered. A tricky problem is represented by the specific assessment of Children Centres and Clubs that carry out non-formal activity, without school programs and handbooks approved by the Ministry of Education. Carrying out an analysis of the manner of assessing formal and non-formal educational units, the need to readjust the internal and external assessment was identified. At the level of school inspectorates, school inspection is carried out by a team consisting of specialised inspectors who know the specificity of those educational units. The main problem is represented by the external assessment carried out by ARACIP with the help of standard specific means: fields, indicators, reference descriptors and specific descriptors. Through the study performed, a series of proposals on the beneficial amendments for the quality assessment within Children Centres and Clubs is identified.

Key words: artistic education, quality, non-formal education

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 39_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / rae-2020-0039

Title:   “Seeing Is Believing”: The Importance of Visual Factors in Music Performance Assessment

Author(s): Dorina Geta Iușcă

Affiliation(s): Associate Professor  PhD.,“George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iaşi, Romania

Abstract: In the artistic field, music performance assessment has developed along the years rather intuitively and through experience and tradition than through the process of scientific evidence. In order to approach music performance assessment through a more objective perspective, researchers have investigated the way visual factors influence evaluators’ opinion regarding the quality of the artistic act. The purpose of the present study is to synthetize the most relevant international experiments which had focused on visual factors’ influence over music performance assessment. Although many international competitions still use listening to the vocal or instrumental performer behind a curtain, with the intention of obtaining a more objective evaluation, it has been discovered that the simple fact of seeing the performer enhances inter-rater consensus (Ryan & Costa-Giomi, 2004). Also assessing audio-video music performance recordings tends to determine higher scores, in comparison to assessing the same recordings in audio format only (Gillespie, 1997, Lychner, 2008, Wapnick et al, 2004). Some elements such as the visual cues related to gender, race or attractivity level has significantly modified evaluators scores on music performance (Wapnick et al, 1998, 2000, Ryan & Costa-Giomi, 2004). The way performers are dressed (Griffiths, 2009) or move during music performance (Juchniewicz, 2008, Davidson, 2007) tend to influence music performance assessment, especially when the repertoire is also included. Educational implications of the present study refer to students’ preparations for national and international competitions, which will prove to be more efficient if the music teachers would also take into consideration the psychological factors of music performance assessment.

Key words: music performance assessment, video recording, attractivity, race

 

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 20 / 2020 / 40_paper.pdf

DOI: 10.2478 / rae-2020-0040

Title:   THE PURPOSE OF EMPATHY FORMATION AND ITS ROLE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN TEACHERS FROM PRIMARY CLASSES

Author(s): Iulia Postolache

Affiliation(s): Candidate Doctoral, "Ion Creangă" State Pedagogical University from Chişinău, Republic of Moldavia, A ssistante, Alecu Russo” State University from Bălţi, Republic of  Moldavia

Abstract: The development of empathy is directly depended on the possibility of knowing the roles, establishing relationships, feeling emotions in different social situations. The functions of empathy allow an effective communication between teachers and students, strengthening mutual trust by analyzing their actions in the process of discussion. However, all these noted, can be achieved in the process of communication between the speaker and the listener, the teacher and the student. Empathy is characteristic to teachers who are able to think about their friend, not to be selfish. Empathetic teachers can feel what others feel, identify their emotions, help others to solve problems and imagine themselves in someone's situation. Empathetic teachers try to be in somebody's coat and realize what students would feel in certain situations. Empathy can be felt all the time and it’s necessary to modern people, because everybody needs to accept himself and to respect others.

Key words: empathy, teachers, relationships, communication, primary classes

 

 

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