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Development of an Instructional Resource (sua ntεm) for Active Teaching and Learning of Colour Concept and Application in Visual Art


This study seeks to develop an instructional resource for active teaching and learning of colour mixing and application in visual art. This would assist students to develop experiential colour mixing methods and colour application skills derived from the new colour theory exercises. The tool would also provide knowledge for students and lecturers to appreciate how instructional media can enhance the understanding of colour theory and its application to colour work. It is the hypothesis that the sample instructional resource be used for active teaching and learning of complex of colour systems. The population was the School of Applied Art Takoradi Technical University. A sample size of 384 was use for the study, including students and lectures. Interviews and observation was used for data collection. Findings from testing revealed that the tool made teaching and learning of Colour as active as possible. The students were not subjected to passive roles during the instructional hours as was found during the observation of teaching and learning in the various classes prior to the innovation. 


Colour, Active teaching and learning, Colour concept, Instructional resource

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