Malcienė, Zita (2010)MENO DALYKŲ STUDIJOS RENGIANT BŪSIMUS SPECIALISTUS KOLEGIJOJE: EDUKACINIŲ PARADIGMŲ VIRSMO KONTEKSTAS

Research title: MENO DALYKŲ STUDIJOS RENGIANT BŪSIMUS SPECIALISTUS KOLEGIJOJE: EDUKACINIŲ PARADIGMŲ VIRSMO KONTEKSTAS

Research title in English: Studies of art subjects in training future specialists at a college: the context of educational paradigm shift.

Language: Lithuanian

Abstract: The shift of educational paradigm, analyzed in the dissertation, is determined by the cultural changes, globalization and the reality of vocational training in independent Lithuania, which are inherent for the present epoch. At an institution of higher education this context is manifested by the modernization of studies, which is qualified as a strategy of educational paradigm shift and analyzed in terms of the peculiarities of vocational training theory and practice. The latter two factors are revealed by exploring the peculiarities and relations of the theory and practice of vocational training. The practical purposefulness of studies is emphasized in college training of future specialists. In the dissertation it is qualified as a strategy of the modernization of studies. The peculiarities of vocational training, teaching of art subjects and art education are analyzed with regard to the shift of educational paradigms. It appears that in the modernization of studies it is relevant to withdraw from conventional teaching, which is oriented towards narrow subject aims, and switch to profession-oriented art education. Therefore, profession-oriented art education is presented as a strategy of modernizing art subject studies. Theoretical models of a future specialist’s vocational training, traditional teaching of a subject (music) and contemporary art (music) education are presented, which cover the areas of subject studies, environment, scope of roles and activities. The… [to full text

Full text: http://vddb.laba.lt/fedora/get/LT-eLABa-0001:E.02~2011~D_20110127_172620-54863/DS.005.0.01.ETD

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