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Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Technology, v4 n3 p14-26 2016

Connoisseurship evaluation is a form of evaluation and educational inquiry having qualitative characteristics. In this study, these skills are seen among Malaysian art teachers in secondary schools. Quality assessment depends on the evaluator who has the ability of some aspects. Among these are qualitative nuances experiences as well as ability to judge the goodness of the quality artwork. This study aims to look at the quality and evaluation skills of art teachers in Malaysia. The quality of the work will be seen on school students' digital painting. The evaluation includes composition elements, color, interpretation and creativity of the digital painting. This study employed a quasi-experimental methodology with a single-group design to examine the digital painting among 53 students selected from schools in two districts of Selangor. The paintings were examined by two teachers in art and design education. The group's production of painting was analyzed using MANOVA repeated measures to determine the skills of evaluating among the art teachers.There was a similarity in marks given among the teachers in four aspects of productive dimensions: composition, color manipulation, interpretation and creativity. This indicated that teachers were able to evaluate according to their expertise in art and design. This study offered a means to assist teachers with appropriate evaluation strategies in digital painting. In theory, this study will add to the understanding of cognitive systems and human information processing that relate to visual imagery system and skill of evaluation.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary School Teachers, Art Teachers, Painting (Visual Arts), Evaluation, Skills, Computer Uses in Education, Quasiexperimental Design, Secondary School Students, Art Products, Art Education, Multivariate Analysis

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Autor: Samah, Azimah A.; Hussin, Zaharah; Putih, Abu Talib


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