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Views on School Trips in art needed for essay!

Discussion in 'Art and design' started by klbloomfield, Dec 31, 2011.

  1. Hi there! I am currently writing an essay on the importance of school trips in art and design.
    I need some first hand data to inclued in my essay and would be really grateful if you could take a minute out of your busy day to fill in and reply to the 5 questions below

    1. What would you say is the best aspect a student takes away from an Art school trip?
    a, Inspiration and ideas for new projects
    b, Freedom to learn out of class
    c, Improved social, emotional and personal wellbeing
    d, improved awareness of culture and the outside world
    e, The ability to see art 'in the flesh'
    2. How often should students go on an Art school trip?
    a, once a week
    b, once a month
    c, twice a year
    d, once a year
    3. Why?
    4. Can you remember school trips from childhood?
    a, Yes
    b, No
    c, A few/some
    5. Why was this?

    Thank you very much for your time [​IMG]
  2. Ps: The essay I am writing is an investigation into the importance of study visits in art and design.

    Answers given will be used within this essay but you will be given complete annonymity


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