« 2023. # 6 (174)

The Ethnology Notebooks. 2023. № 6 (174), 1365—1373

UDK 378.096.091:745/749.012 

DOI https://doi.org/10.15407/nz2023.06.1365

INDUSTRY PRINCIPLES OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF ART AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION: ARTS AND DESIGN

DYACHENKO Alla

  • ORCID ID: http://orcid.org/0000-0003-4496-5931
  • Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences,
  • Associate Professor of the Department of Industrial Design
  • and Computer Technologies, Dean of the Faculty of
  • Decorative and Applied Arts, member of the Union of designers of Ukraine,
  • Kyiv State Institute of Decorative Art And Design Named by M. Boychuk,
  • 32, M. Boichuka (Kikvidze) St., 01014, Kyiv, Ukraine,
  • Contacts: e-mail: alla.diachenko0107@gmail.com

Abstract. The purpose of the study is theoretical substantiation and confirmation of the effectiveness of the creation of branch principles of artistic and industrial education in the context of studying artistic crafts and design.

The relevance of the research is determined by the need to determine the main trends in the development of the field of artistic crafts and design, as well as to identify the needs and challenges that arise before educators and teachers. As a result of the study, a model of an organizational and methodological approach to the development of creative abilities of students in the field of artistic and industrial education during the study of artistic crafts and design was developed and theoretically confirmed.

The process of developing creative ability includes three main stages: preparatory, design-technological, and artistic-realization. The organic relationship and mutual influence of the components of the organizational-methodical model of education will ensure the effective development of the creative ability of students of artistic and industrial education.

The application of the set of proposed methods depends on the fulfillment of certain pedagogical conditions: creating an atmosphere of interest in creative work with materials; modeling the situation with the possibility of choosing artistic and applied methods of productive activity; creating the effect of suddenness, heuristics and novelty, relevance, approaching the achievements of modern culture, artistic and industrial art; ensuring the unity of all types of educational and creative activities of the applicants in the process of learning in classes on artistic crafts and design and in classes of the disciplines of the artistic block as a whole.

The main sectoral principles that shape the modern development of artistic and industrial education, which had not previously been thoroughly covered in scientific literature, were identified and systematized. A new approach to the integration of design in the context of artistic and industrial education is proposed, which allows to more deeply reveal the potential of students and meet the current market requirements. New teaching methods and techniques have been introduced, which contribute to the development of creativity, critical thinking and professional competences of students in the field of arts and crafts.

Keywords: artistic and industrial education, subject-art image, natural materials, decorative art, methodical model.

Received 30.10.2023

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