The Effectiveness of Art of Painting on Students' Assertiveness

Farideh Bazogh, Ali Akbar ShaikhiFini, Hossein Zainalipour


Current article aimed to investigate the effectiveness of painting on students' assertiveness in Bandar Abbass schools in Iran. This article investigates the fundamental role and effects of painting on high-school students in order to provide an alternative model to change the teaching methods of painting in schools. For this purpose 30 high-school students in Bandar Abbas, Iran was chosen and participated in the study. In order to collect data about students' knowledge the Gambrill and Richey (1975), questionnaire was used and after data collection, statistical methods such as variance, mean, and standard deviation was being utilized. The results suggest that the education of painting is significant on students' assertiveness.

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