«Bildung» through Academic Teaching
Edited By Lara Rodríguez Sieweke
The anthology departs from the fundamental idea that the university is deeply connected to the ideal of «Bildung» and to democratic values. If the university should serve as an open space to develop democracy and to meet today’s social, cultural and ecological challenges, then one has to take into account the different disciplines’ approaches to education. Thus, the featured proposals on school and university education come from diverse research fields such as general education, media education, art and aesthetic education, philosophy, ethnology, sociology, performance art and gender.
Performance, Competence and Diversity: Visual Knowledge Productions in Art Education (Perspectives from the Research Project Creative Unit FaBiT) (Maria Peters / Christina Inthoff)
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Maria Peters and Christina Inthoff
Performance, Competence and Diversity: Visual Knowledge Productions in Art Education (Perspectives from the Research Project Creative Unit FaBiT)
Abstract: This article is about the visual expression and reflection skills that can be found in pupils’ artistic and research-based learning processes. A multidimensional culture and social status based society (see Nohl 2014: 48) places high demands on the perception, expression and reflection skills of its members. To anchor diversity as a perspective within education, our research project explores learning arrangements aimed at initiating artistic-research learning processes at the university. Promoting the student’s visual knowledge production is necessary to encourage reflection on the multifaceted approaches that can be used to examine individual and collaborative perspectives. We developed a portfolio that is called the artistic experimental process portfolio (in German, Künstlerisch-experimentelles Prozessportfolio or KEPP for short), which integrates several discourses and research fields (educational science, creativity research, aesthetics, art education, media studies). It deals with changing perspectives, and in this process, the students detect their personal interests and questions and get impulses for further reflection.
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