S. Zahra Shahnemati, Zohreh Saadatmand, Narges Keshtiaray. Phenomenology of Teachers’ Experience in Teaching Art to Primary School Students.

(2016) Science and education, 12, 127-134. Odessa.

S. Zahra Shahnemati,
Master-Degree student, Department of Educational Science,
Islamic Azad University, Isfahan (Khorasgan) Branch, Isfahan, Iran,
Zohreh Saadatmand,
associate professor, Department of Curriculum Planning,
Isfahan (Khorasgan) Branch, Islamic Azad University, Isfahan, Iran,
Narges Keshtiaray,
associate professor, Department of Educational Sciences,
Islamic Azad University, Isfahan (Khorasgan) Branch, Isfahan, Iran


PHENOMENOLOGY OF TEACHERS’ EXPERIENCE
IN TEACHING ART TO PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS


SUMMARY:

The study is aimed at investigating teachers’ experience of teaching Art at primary school. The survey involved Art teachers in Marvdasht and Shiraz cities in Fars Province. The participants were selected using snowball sampling method. Deep semi-structured interviews were used to collect information. The data analysis has been performed by thematic coding. The results have shown that the teachers use such teaching methods as working in small groups, role playing, group discussion, etc. in their practice. Considering the fact that the major part of knowledge is learned by students in the classroom the teaching quality is one of the most important factors in student’ achievements. Thus, teachers should strive to improve the quality of teaching.


KEYWORDS:

methods of teaching Art, teaching skills, Art lessons, teaching experience.


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