DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.6.1636

Cultivation of Creativity in Drawing and Design Classes Based on Brain Science

Hongyan Cong

Abstract


The purpose of the study is I to make the track of cultivation of creativity clearly show in classroom teaching. Under the further extension of the theory of reconstruction effect of floating chain, this study puts forward eight viewpoints and some concrete cultivation methods for cultivation of creativity in art class. Aiming at the possible problems of cultivation of creativity in art classroom teaching, this study provides examples of cultivation of creativity in art design class, art appreciation class, art creation class, art comprehensive activity class and clay sculpture class. It is found that most of the students do not form psychological illness, but they are affirmed by most teachers that their personality have obvious defects. The theory of reconstruction effect of floating chain reveals how the visual thinking training of art subject affects the development of creativity, and explores the effective methods of cultivating students’ creativity in art classroom teaching.

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Brain science, art class, cultivation of creativity

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