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Visual Art as School Subject in Recent Curricula and Development Documents in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina / Alviž, Josipa.

By: Alviž, Josipa.
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 9-18 str.Other title: Visual Art as School Subject in Recent Curricula and Development Documents in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.05 | Visual Art as School Course, Reform of Education, Curriculum, Republic of Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Visual Art as School Course, Reform of Education, Curriculum, Republic of Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina In: Global Education, Teaching & Learning Conference str. 9-18Summary: During the last twelve years, a number of development and curriculum documents have been developed in the Republic of Croatia in order to modernize the Croatian education system in accordance with European and world frameworks and guidelines. Similar processes can be followed in the neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina, notably through the Agency for Pre- Primary, Primary and Secondary Education whose activities are aimed at ensuring quality of education. In the presentation, special attention will be given to two recent documents aimed at giving a new turning point to learning and teaching of the subject of Visual Arts and affirmation and updating of the art area in elementary and secondary education. The first document is a draft proposal of the National Curriculum for the Subjects of Visual Culture and Visual Arts (2016), created within the framework of the Comprehensive Curricular Reform of the Croatian education system, and the second document is Common Core Curriculum for ART based on Learning Outcomes (2016/17). Both documents show a significant departure from still current, but outdated curricula and programs, and emphasis on topics and methods of learning and teaching in close everyday experiences and environments of primary and high school students. The presentation will provide an insight into the goals of the mentioned documents, their structure and the possible or desired contribution to the educational system of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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During the last twelve years, a number of development and curriculum documents have been developed in the Republic of Croatia in order to modernize the Croatian education system in accordance with European and world frameworks and guidelines. Similar processes can be followed in the neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina, notably through the Agency for Pre- Primary, Primary and Secondary Education whose activities are aimed at ensuring quality of education. In the presentation, special attention will be given to two recent documents aimed at giving a new turning point to learning and teaching of the subject of Visual Arts and affirmation and updating of the art area in elementary and secondary education. The first document is a draft proposal of the National Curriculum for the Subjects of Visual Culture and Visual Arts (2016), created within the framework of the Comprehensive Curricular Reform of the Croatian education system, and the second document is Common Core Curriculum for ART based on Learning Outcomes (2016/17). Both documents show a significant departure from still current, but outdated curricula and programs, and emphasis on topics and methods of learning and teaching in close everyday experiences and environments of primary and high school students. The presentation will provide an insight into the goals of the mentioned documents, their structure and the possible or desired contribution to the educational system of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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