DESIGN THINKING PROCESS TO CREATE INNOVATIVE ART EXPRESSION

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Nachanok Lohsomboon
Poonarat Pichayapaiboon
Khanobbhorn Sangvanich

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Education management focuses on how rapid human being could be able to adapt to changes. The main focus would based on creativity and innovation which allow student to come up with new solution to improve things and expectedly lead to economic and social development. This being said, it is undeniable that practical art plays a vital role in creating support in creative thinking. The art of design thinking process is the integration between art activities and design thinking process. The main objective is to encourage student to explore new pattern and/or method of transferring artistic experiences into the art which it could escort in the discovery of innovative art expression skills. These are subjected to inquiry-based instruction, thinking-based instruction and group process-based instruction, which illustrate an art object to create a curiosity that could stimulate their thinking to enhance the recognition and understanding perfectly. The teamwork creation and testing a protocol could build innovative, artistic expression that aligned with changes and social expectations which aimed at innovation, support economic growth through art activities. The lessons including 1) providing an experience to stimulate thinking, 2) brainstorm for the best solutions and portray in an art piece, 3) creation allows student to do, and 4) a presentation to public and listening to all feedbacks received.

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Lohsomboon, N., Pichayapaiboon, P., & Sangvanich, K. (2019). DESIGN THINKING PROCESS TO CREATE INNOVATIVE ART EXPRESSION. JOURNAL OF EDUCATION NARESUAN UNIVERSITY, 22(1), 343-354. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/edujournal_nu/article/view/191501
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