Art culture.docx - ROLE OF PARRENTS TEACHERS AND MUSEUMS IN CHILDREN’S ART EDUCATION INSTITUTION DATE Introduction Art education plays a vital role in

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ROLE OF PARRENTS, TEACHERS, AND MUSEUMS IN CHILDREN’S ART EDUCATION INSTITUTION DATE
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Introduction Art education plays a vital role in not only providing insights into artistic abilities and dimensions that are important for education but also ensuring the wholesome cognitive, social, and literacy development of the children. The aspect of learning from the early age depends both on the information imparted from the parents and teachers as well as the visual experiences gained through visiting places that culturally tell a story and help in relating the conceptualised data to the real-world (Roege & Kim, 2013). With particular regards to the education on art, this dimension is focused on the ways in which parents promote children’s well-being as well as learning from the early age, classroom teachers make the learners familiar with art history and concepts, and experiences of museum visits help in assessing how the concepts have been actualised in the real-world scenarios (Knutson et al. 2011). Accordingly, the aspects of proper parenting, classroom teaching approach, appropriate museum demonstrations, advanced technological and technical approaches, and inclusive education need to be comprehensively incorporated to yield better results. The early learning of the children starts from the home environments and therefore, this is clear that the home environment which also include diverse entities including the parents has a significant impact on children’s learning (Sabol, 2011). Moreover, children often demonstrate positive tendencies to learn and follow certain things for which they have positive pre-dispositions developed by the influence by the parents and the socio-cultural circumstances experienced in the home environment (Kisida, Bowen, Kisida, & Bowen, 2019). Therefore, in order to engage the children in art education, the parents need to ensure that the children develop positive predispositions toward it. Next, the classroom teachers also have a significant role to play in this regard. They are responsible for carrying forward the education children have gained from their home environments and developing their understandings by thoroughly making them realise the significance of diverse artistic forms, art genres, and theoretical grounds. Furthermore, the classroom teachers are also responsible for helping the students to develop an understanding which helps them connect the studied theoretical aspects with the real-life experiences. Thus, the child can have a better understanding of the art forms through gaining appropriate art education. Finally, the museum authorities also play a vital part. The children attempt to develop their understanding of art and culture by visiting museums in which they get to see a wide range of different objects or materials that are
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artistically significant. After having the visual experiences, the children try to connect them with their theoretical understanding so that they can have a better comprehension of related art forms and art topics. Therefore, the museum authorities need to make sure that they include and present
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