UNESCO-NIE Centre for Arts Research in Education (CARE)

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Name of Author: 
Nor Anuwar Bin Hamat
Institute: 
Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris
Year of completion: 
2007
Country: 
Malaysia
Country of Research Data: 
Malaysia
Language: 
Malay
Abstract: 

Good moral values are commendable practices that goes beyond the individual, family, community and nation. These values are sought and practised through religious beliefs, customs and culture. Educationists hold true to these values by instilling discipline in classes and ensuring good social behavior of their students. This research was done to measure the implementation of such values in the learning and teaching of visual arts. The research focus was on a class (Form 2 Science 1) of the Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Manek Urai, at Kula Krai in Kelantan. Two informants; one teacher and a student were selected for the interview. A qualitative approach was taken to analyse the implementation processes of such values, its effectiveness and the need for these values in visual arts education. All data was done through observation, documentation, interviev/s and visual recordings. The collected data was analysed by coding and categorisation. From the analyses it was discovered that good moral values does play an important role in the proccess of teaching and learning of visual arts in education. A conclusion was reached and recommendation of ideas is put for furthe research.

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