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Istikhdam al-wasail al-ta'limiyat lada mu'allimi madat al-tarbiyat al-fanniyat bi-marhalat al-ta'lim al-asasi bi-Tarabilis /

استخدام الوسائل التعليمية لدى معلمي مادة التربية الفنية بمرحلة التعليم الأساسي بطرابلس / فردوس محمد التويجيري.

Twijiri, Fardous Muhammad
By: تويجيري, فردوس محمد [author].
Contributor(s): Noor Azizi Ismail.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Nilai : Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, 2012Description: ع, 310 pages : illustration ; 30 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Art -- Study and teaching | Art -- Study and teaching -- Research | Art -- Study and teaching -- Method -- Tripoli | Teaching method -- Student creativityOnline resources: Click here to access online Dissertation note: Thesis (Ph.D)--al-Jami'ah al-'Ulum al-Islamiyah al-Maliziya, 2012. Summary: The objective this study is to identify the basic teaching methods used by art teachers in Tripoli. It also aims to gauge how far teachers use these methods and to determine the extent to which these methods contribute towards students’ creativity. The researcher used the descriptive approach. A sampling survey was conducted on 305 art teachers who have been randomly selected in Tripoli for the academic year 2009-2010. Questionnaires were used by the researcher to get feedback from the respondents, while data collected were analysed using the statistical analysis method. (SPSS Ver. 17). The study also shows the prevalence of traditional teaching methods, which are mainly sourced from the local environment. Samples are used moderately, while static images (photography) are rarely use. Computers, projectors and visual devices are hardly used by the teachers. The findings of the study also indicate that the old methods had no effect on students’ creativity, while the new methods showed positive results. Statistically, there is a significant correlation between the use of these teaching methods and the level of creativity among students. The lack of facilities for art classes in schools as well as the difficulties in using the learning tools are among the problems faced by the teachers interviewed in the survey. The study recommends that schools are provided with modern teaching facilities. At the same time, the management and supervisors should also encourage teachers to utilise these resources. Periodic maintenance should also be conducted on the equipment for prolonged service life.
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Abstract in English and Malay.

Thesis (Ph.D)--al-Jami'ah al-'Ulum al-Islamiyah al-Maliziya, 2012.

Includes bibliographical references.

The objective this study is to identify the basic teaching methods used by art teachers in Tripoli. It also aims to gauge how far teachers use these methods and to determine the extent to which these methods contribute towards students’ creativity. The researcher used the descriptive approach. A sampling survey was conducted on 305 art teachers who have been randomly selected in Tripoli for the academic year 2009-2010. Questionnaires were used by the researcher to get feedback from the respondents, while data collected were analysed using the statistical analysis method. (SPSS Ver. 17). The study also shows the prevalence of traditional teaching methods, which are mainly sourced from the local environment. Samples are used moderately, while static images (photography) are rarely use. Computers, projectors and visual devices are hardly used by the teachers. The findings of the study also indicate that the old methods had no effect on students’ creativity, while the new methods showed positive results. Statistically, there is a significant correlation between the use of these teaching methods and the level of creativity among students. The lack of facilities for art classes in schools as well as the difficulties in using the learning tools are among the problems faced by the teachers interviewed in the survey. The study recommends that schools are provided with modern teaching facilities. At the same time, the management and supervisors should also encourage teachers to utilise these resources. Periodic maintenance should also be conducted on the equipment for prolonged service life.

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