Effect of Learning Management Using Interactive Teaching Mode on Students’ Learning Achievement and Creative Ability of Chinese Contemporary Oil Painting
Keywords:Interactive Teaching Mode; , Creative Ability; , Oil Painting
Background and Aim: The societal and economic growth, demand for cultural arts rises. Art education, seen as human heritage, fosters personal growth and creativity. Traditional teaching is teacher-centered, limiting student innovation amid globalized challenges. Oil painting education faces traditional constraints. Research explores interactive teaching's impact on Chinese oil painting students’ learning achievement and creative ability. To enhance oil painting education, innovative methods meet student needs, elevating outcomes. Interactive teaching betters oil painting education, boosting results, creativity, participation, and communication. It improves traditional methods, fostering proactive learning, and creativity, and offering suggestions for better meeting oil painting students' needs.
Materials and Methods: To assess students’ learning achievement, researchers compared exam scores before and after tests. To evaluate creative ability, an observation record sheet documented students' performance in four aspects, with scores converted to student percentage scores. A benchmark of 70% was set for high-level creative ability, and data was collected accordingly. Through comparative analysis, this study explores students’ learning achievement and creative ability under interactive teaching methods.
Results: From the study, it was found that: 1) Pre-interaction teaching, students averaged 14.18 in oil painting performance. After interactive teaching, scores significantly rose to 27.20 (t=125.004*, p=0.01); 2) Following the adoption of the interactive teaching model, the average score for students' oil painting creations was 85.40, with a standard deviation of 7.168. This score exceeded the benchmark of 70% for high-level creativity (with a maximum score of 100).
Conclusion: Interactive teaching significantly enhances the student’s learning achievement and creative ability in contemporary Chinese oil painting students. It ignites interest, fosters teacher-student and peer interactions, and deepens mastery of oil painting knowledge and skills. The results underscore the positive impact of interactive teaching on oil painting education, providing strong support for educators. Under this approach, students' oil painting creativity notably improves, offering more opportunities for free expression, feedback, and guidance from teachers and peers.
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