The theory of KUA takes root and holds better by connecting it to practice. The average high school teacher nowadays unfortunately isn’t left with a lot of time for this. For this purpose HKA2.0 has created specific in-depth modules.
Before the start of the HKA2.0 in-depth course, the relevant research question is
pre-discussed with the pupils. On the basis of that discussion we provide a learning session using teaching materials that perfectly fit the subject. It is also possible to order a HKA.20 tuition box to provide the lessons yourself. Aside from this we also like to look beyond the textbooks, although remaining within the context of the below principles. Our aim is to offer the pupils an as wide as possible (artistic) perspective.
- Art and religion, philosophy of life
- Art and estetica
- Artist and his/her employer; political and economical power
- Art and entertainment
- Art, science and technology
- Art Kunst intercultural
- church culture in the 11th to the 14th century;
- court culture in the 16th to the 17th century;
- civil culture in The Netherlands in the 17th century;
- culture of Romanticism and Realism in the 19th century;
- culture of Modernism in the 1st half of the 20st century;
- mass culture as of 1950
Are Corona-restrictions still preventing classes given by an external teacher? Do not worry! Specifically for this situation we have created our HKA2.0-ArtBox for in class.
Artistic orientation fitting the existing curriculum. A box full of inspiring materials that are fully compatible with any subject of your choice. The box includes a teaching plan that provides the teacher a step by step instruction. We have created various template ArtBox subjects per grade compatible with the relevant learning line.