Origami art as a means of facilitating learning

Boruga Andreass
2011 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
This paper briefs on the role of origami art as an optional course. Herein, the paper is based on my experience of teaching origami as an extracurricular activity to students in the lower and upper secondary. It enlarges on the ramifications of origami in the teaching-learning process, based on workshops organized in some of the schools where I have taught. The research aims at revealing the impact that this art can have within the educational process at two levels: behaviour (significant
more » ... ement in the teacher-student relation) and learning (origami really helps children to develop sense and sensibility).
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2011.01.028 fatcat:62ou7lfxjjcp7hgcpcmfpo5oze