Process for implementing the project "Art education camp to the community to develop skills and experience in learning art for youth to expand the contest and career promotion path" at Municipal 1 School (Ban Tha Taphao), Chumphon.
Keywords:Art Camp, Art Education, Community, Youth
This article presents the operational process of the project "Art education camp to the community to develop skills and experience in learning art for youth to expand the contest and career promotion path" at Municipal 1 School (Ban Tha Taphao), Chumphon. Project to promote skills for students in the arts education field Faculty of Education Silpakorn University In real situations and bringing art knowledge to communities in the upper southern region The students of the Municipal 1 School (Ban Tha Taphao) are a representative group of the youth in the community. In addition, the goal is to promote collaboration between faculty and students to be effective which leads to public relations in the Department of Art Education. Faculty of Education Silpakorn University as well.
The operation of this project has studied and reviewed the definition of Art Camp, William Edwards Deming's PDCA concept and Community Based Learning concept to use as a knowledge base for project implementation with clear processes and goals.
Which from the operating results can conclude that the students who participated in the project were satisfied with the project and the sub activities in an average of 91.5 percent, considered very good. Art Education students of the Faculty of Education, Silpakorn University are able to learn and perform according to their obligations as teachers. Which demonstrates the awareness of being a good teacher through activities in the Art Education Camp project and also encourages students to have public mind. In addition, this project is also bringing arts education to the community under the academic service mission to the community with educational institutions as an intermediary.
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