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European Multilateral Comenius Project “No Trees Without Roots”2013-2015Characteristics of Arts Study in the Romanian Education SystemThis project has been funded with support from the European Commission.This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Arts study in romanian education system implies 1 art education ii music education
Arts study in Romanian education system implies:1. Art EducationII. Music Education

  • in preschool education the most skills (cognitive, affective, social, civic, etc.) develop through the study of Art and Music

  • in primary education – 1h/week for Art and 1h/week for Music

Secondary school:

  • 5th grade to 7th grade : 1h-week for Art and 1h/week for Music.

  • 8thgrade : 1/2h-week for Art and 1/2h-week for Music (one class at 2 weeks for each subject)

    High school:

  • Only the classes from the humanist profile study Art and Music, 1/2 h-week.(one class at 2 weeks for each subject)

  • only the classes from the vocational profile study Art or Music intensively

Art education
Art education

  • Art Curriculum – creative experience and artistic communication in fine arts;

  • An efficient implementation of the Art Curriculum implies:

  • The use of interactive teaching methods;

  • The use of students’ and teachers’ creativity;

  • The integration of the act of creation in the teaching process;

  • The development of children’s positive attitude towards people around and surrounding world;

  • The cultivation of students’ own artistic view.

Principles of plastic artistic education
Principles of plastic artistic education:

  • Connection between theory and practice;

  • Unity between sensory and rational;

  • Global, unitary perception of form and content in an artwork;

  • Observance of authentic values;

  • Unity of perception and creation;

  • Ethno-cultural principle;

  • Unity between student’s self-expression and the development of plastic

Evaluation in Art classes:

  • the degree of the student’s involvement;

  • the student’s effort;

  • his/her motivation;

  • the creative idea selected by the student;

  • expressivity and originality in presentation.

M usic education involves
Music Education involves:

  • achievement of skills and abilities of music interpretation and reception;

  • learning elements of musical culture for interpretive and reception activity;

  • development of some criteria of aesthetic and axiological appreciation ;

  • cultivation sensitivity and imagination.

Reasons for the lack of efficiency of the music education in secondary school
Reasons for the lack of efficiency of the music education in secondary school:

  • up to the 5th grade Music classes are taught by educators and form teachers, not by specialized Music teachers;

  • reduced number of classes: 1h - every two weeks for the 8th grade.

Music education in Romanian school focuses on: secondary school:

  • singing and music theory

    !!!musical instruments are studied only at vocational high schools, or as part of extracurricular activities;

    (for example at “PetruPoni” School- a Guitar Club)

There is a choir in each school as an extracurricular activity
There is a choir in each school, as an secondary school:extracurricular activity.