College of Education and Human Services
Master of Education (MEd)
Dr. Lynne Schwab
Dr. Ann Stoddard
Dr. Deborah Rauchwarger
The unique characteristics and needs of artistically talented students were explored. World history students at the Douglas Anderson School of the Arts were used as a test group for the utilization of a variety of art forms in teaching world history. Lesson plans using art media for each unit of study in world history were constructed. Students responded to each lesson by completing an attitude survey. The conclusion was that the use of a variety of art in world history increased student interest and motivation. The increased student motivation resulted in a failure rate of approximately 5%, significantly lower than the previous failure rate of 12%.
Oliver, Brenda Peck, "Activities in world history for artistically talented students" (1987). UNF Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 703.