This 12 page proposal relates to the use of an Integrated Visual Arts Education programme, designed to enhance arts education learning at Greenwood Primary School (GWPS). This proposal outlines the arguments for a funding request for this programme for school-based excellence, and demonstrates how the programme has succeeded in meeting many of the needs of the learner population. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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School (GWPS). This proposal outlines the arguments for a funding request for this programme for school-based excellence, and demonstrates how the programme has succeeded in meeting many of the
needs of the learner population. Further, this proposal also assesses the implications of this type of program from a variety of different perspectives, including: educational, social, and economic.
What must be noted when considering the development and maintenance of an Integrated Visual Arts Education programme (IVAE) is that there is a need to define specific outcomes
relative to the use of the programme in order to shape justifications for funding. This proposal relates a number of justifications, including the argument that children who learn of
other cultures (in this global world) and are better able to address differences (including the need for visual representations of culture) will be more productive and competitive in the international
marketplace. In addition, the use of an IVAE in the educational setting also provides students with a rounded educational experience, one that is not biased by the control of
education that relates only the basics or concentrates solely on technology-based learning. PROPOSAL PROGRAMME FOR SCHOOL-BASED EXCELLENCE Name of School: Greenwood Primary School
Tel: 63666158 Address:
11 Woodlands Drive 62 Singapore 737942 Fax: 63666159 Cluster:
N7 Niche Area: Visual Arts Education NICHE AREA DETAILS The emphasis of educational programming has commonly required the integration of a