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VOICE YOUR VIEWS -- ART IN SCHOOLS
Career in art
An art class in school is a ‘free time’ for many students. Art teachers are used in the schools as ‘fillers’ in other teachers’ absence. This is utter degradation. It happens mostly due to the lack of awareness as to ...
Art enriches minds
When it comes to young minds, art enriches them, expands them, and prepares them for life in useful and unexpected ways.
Children who participate in music and arts programmes often do better in other subjects than children who do not, and ...
Practicing art would reap numerous benefits. It is then certainly apt to induce that practice in what we can call a “budding” age, and that age is the time we spend in school.
That would improve the mindset of the child, and ...
Make art compulsory
Art is the visual expression of one’s talent. Each student has an inherent creative skill and if given chance they will do wonders.
Art drawing or painting should be made compulsory in schools. Painting will enable them to identify ...
Arts at school is required which gives the child a bit relief from the studious environment.
Not only does art help out as a stress buster, it also brings out the hidden talents in the children. It helps their creativity and innovative ...
Mode of expression
Art is a unique mode of expression of the human mind. Children of all ages enjoy this form of creativity. The reasons vary- it maybe taken as stress release from work, anger, frustration, a desire to achieve or plain joy through imagination. Art ...
Art such as music, dance, painting, craft, etc are creative expressions of students’ learning. Art adds another dimension to their mental space, thus increasing the learning capability.
Learning many mathematical concepts can be made ...
Helps open up
Art is a form of creative expression. Painting is found to be beneficial to children who are shy and do not open up easily.
The best example of it was found in Taare Zamin Par, where the student who was not good in ...
Art helps the child to become more creative and increases the power of thinking. Arts should be taught from childhood. It helps in making the child skilful and the concentration levels also improve. Art is also recreation for a child as he/she ...
Makes a difference
Art as a curriculum in schools is very vital and elemental. Art as a subject enables and empowers students having the core competency in the said field.
They can paint their innerself on the canvas and excel in the field of their choice. ...
It is great to have artsas a subject in the schedule of all schools. It encourages creative talent and makes the young minds think big. It is also beneficial in boosting self confidence which is quite necessary in the present competitive world. ...
Art is neglected
Art in schools is not encouraged. If teachers are busy completing their syllabus, parents are worried about the marks their children will get in different subjects.
Schools should have more art classes for their students.
Students should learn art and improve one’s attitude.
ADITYA CHARAN ...
Children should have co-curricular activities like sports and arts like painting.
KEERTHI. M ...
K.P. SAI RAGHUVEER HABSIGUDA ...
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