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Title: Zygmunt Lis jednym z głównych twórców koncepcji programowej dla kierunku wychowanie plastyczne w Cieszynie
Authors: Wysogląd, Piotr
Keywords: Zygmunt Lis; Art Education; Cieszyn; the concept of education
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: "Cieszyński Almanach Pedagogiczny" T. 2 (2013), s. 112-128
Abstract: Zygmunt Lis is one of main designers of the didactic programme for the field of studies Art Education in the former Branch of the University of Silesia in Cieszyn. Since the birth of this study field, he also managed its development, acting as: the Head of the Section, Head of the Chair, vice-Head of the Institute and vice-Dean for research and art. Since the very beginning, Zygmunt Lis aimed at working out such a concept of education which would combine both artistic and intellectual education so that a teacher, manager or instructor of art could acquire hermeneutic skills and could understand and interpret works of art against the background of cultural phenomena. The curriculum concept of the Cieszyn school is based on the application of the creative process in pedagogical and artistic didactics. Therefore, this concept has become an integral part of the programme of New Education, which also emphasizes free expression. Educating students based on creative process and free expression has become a significant methodological guideline in their future pedagogical work in schools. Professor Lis also supervised his own section of drawing in the Chair of Art Education. The programme assumptions were implemented into the curriculum of this section. Particular classes helped to enhance students’ perceptive skills through complete application of the sensual experiences available to man.
ISSN: 2300-3006
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