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Friday, July 15 • 10:15am - 11:00am
Data Visualization for Pre-Service Art Teacher Education

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According to Bertling et al. (2021), data visualization is a tool to make the real world to be visible and inherent. This presentation examines the significance of data visualization and data literacy in art education. Two higher art educators will share how they used data visualization in their teaching and research to encourage the students to explore diverse aspects of their leaning experiences as pre-service art teachers. The first part of this presentation will highlight how we have adopted data visualization in our teaching using different drawing tools. Our students have practiced data visualization to explore pedagogical issues and topics and art education theories. In order to deliver their data, students followed the sequence of data visualization methods from using traditional drawing materials such as colored pencils, markers, and crayons on paper to digital drawing tools with infographic approach and digital creation tools. In the second part of our presentation, we will introduce our practices on data visualization utilized for educational research. The two presenters have co-researched online art education areas such as instruction, assessment, communication, and feedback by utilizing data visualization methods. The session participants will explore practical strategies for data visualization and creation tools for teaching and research.


Borim Song

East Carolina university, College of Fine Arts and Communication, School of Art and Design

Kyungeun Lim

Kennesaw State University

Friday July 15, 2022 10:15am - 11:00am EDT