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Title: Brain hemisphericity in art and non-art elective students (express) and implications for curriculum
Authors: Lee, Jean Say Ying.
Keywords: DRNTU::Social sciences::Education
Issue Date: 1998
Abstract: The visual arts offer the child the opportunity to develop creative and intuitive approaches to problem solving and provide a balance to the child's school programme with its emphasis on science and mathematics. Earlier national focus on building a unified system of education for all races and on responding to economic pressures of a fledging independent nation in the 1960s, has given way to the development of thinking skills and the nurturing of creativity and a society appreciative of the arts and culture. Paradigms have to be changed. Schools have to re-examine their goals as students have to learn not only how to think but how to think critically and creatively and to be appreciative of the arts.
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