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

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Name of Author: 
Mohamed Hanifa Nazrin
Institute: 
National Institute of Education
Year of completion: 
2002
Country: 
Singapore
Country of Research Data: 
Singapore
Language: 
English
Comments: 

An Academic Exercise submitted in partial fulfillment of requirements for Bachelor of Arts (Hons)

Abstract: 

Science has long been used in art and so, this study takes an inquiring stand as to whether science process skills can be applied to the teaching and learning of art. From this standpoint, the study has proven that science process skills can be applied to teaching art at the primary level and students can learn art theory and art history by applying this method. It also hopes that such a study can stimulate more research in the interdisciplinary studies and provide avenues for new and creative teaching methods in the teaching and learning of art.

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