Teaching Styles in Art Education (1)

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1. Although the author does not mention this in the article, the interrogative style can be used with all the other teaching styles. Asking open ended questions can be added to the free style, authoritarian, media and secondary teaching, and student centered teaching.

2. This two teaching styles could also be combined because the free style method contains no structure and the authoritarian style contains too much structure. It might be a good idea to put these two styles together.

3. This two teaching styles could be combined. If you combined the student centered style with the authoritarian style, the student centered teaching will have a bit more direction and the authoritarian style will become a bit more creative.

4. Authoritarian Style-This style of teaching consists of the teacher going over the art lesson step by step (Ohrun, 2009). This style does not allow for much creativity because the student is merely following steps.

5. Student in Centered Training & Education-This teacher style is student centered. Many of the studio projects are collaborative (Ohrun, 2009).

6. Media & Secondary Teaching-With this method, media is more important than the subject matter. Using the material is a creative way is more important than learning about the material.

7. Interrogative Style-This style involves asking open-ended and multiple choice questions. This style works best with art criticism and art history (Ohrun, 2009).

8. Free Style-This is also referred to as the let it be style. It is considered to be the weakest method in art teaching (Ohrun, 2009). With this style, the student does the work by themselves and the teacher only intervenes when asked.