As technology develops, various teaching media increased as well. Among them the audiovisual material was considered most effective for teachers, especially in art history classes. Being a teacher of art history, it was always a challenge to choose videos as teaching supplements but not limited to letting students only watch a film. This paper was based on applying ＂The Passage＂, a video published by the National Palace Museum (Taiwan), in my art history class when introducing Chinese traditional art. From the feedback of student and the teaching result, some useful findings might be helpful as reference for future course design in similar courses.
|Translated title of the contribution||Video as Teaching Resource on Cultivating Aesthetics Sensibility: Using "The Passage" as an Example|
|Original language||Chinese (Traditional)|
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
- audiovisual material
- art history course
- National Palace Museum (Taiwan)