AMIS

AMIS

Arts & Music Instructor Scheme

Ministry of Education 

This segment is created for AMIS programmes (Art and Music Instructors Scheme) or schools that would like to give their students an exposure to pottery and creating 3D artworks.

We also provide the opportunity for your teaching staffs to bond together as a team, through the joy of creating your own crafts.

Objectives

Objectives

WHY SHOULD WE HAVE "CRAFT" IN EDUCATION?

We believe that students' progressive development requires a range of skills that engages physical and associated mental abilities. This might lead to a new discovery of students' abilities and talent in a craft.

Our goal is to create a purposeful environment in which creative activity will flourish. Providing students with meaningful technology, aesthetic and craft, as well as social history, equips them to arrive at individual concepts and judgment at work. Therefore, adding value to their context. Along with initiating a spectrum of techniques, with hand and machine tools, supports students to re-structure appropriate materials in creating works. We craft lessons that introduce processes of material usage, as well as related concepts and values, in which gains insights upon which to be a basis in students' personal development. This supports students to self-assess. 

 

We craft workshops and curriculums to relate craftwork to conjoin disciplines so that evaluation embraces a variety of disciplines, and hence leads our younger generation to be aware of knowledge holistically in relation to our contemporary society. 

 

We seek to embrace the diverse personalities of the students in order to prepare them for entering our society and the material environment. Our approach is to expand their interests and attitudes in the area of craft related activity. 

 

An educators' role is catalytic, and so does the pupils is this curriculum cycle who is changing constantly; there is a process or procedure associated with contents, and that learning also has non-intellective dimensions. As a result, taking up the role of art educators, we adapt and transition in constant assessment to self-improve in order to cater to schools with innovative lesson plannings. 

 

Our lesson structure implicates a Taxonomic approach which provides a conceptual framework which is well suited to the consideration of craft behaviours. 

 

Multi-Disciplinary Subjects

  3 – Dimensional

  • Studio Pottery

  • Recycled Art

  • Paper Mache

  • Wire Sculpture

  • Plaster Casting

  • Paper Quilling

  • 3D Doodling

  • Copper Tooling

​​  2 – Dimensional

  • Lino / Block Printing

  • Digital Illustration

  • Plaster Casting

  • Batik Painting​​

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