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  • KIJK, ALS JE TEKENT ZIE JE MEER

    The Dutch NOT (DUTCH EDUCATION TELEVISION)
    Jan 't Lam
    Wouter van Ringelestein
    advice Marja de Jong
     

    The method 'kijk, als je tekent zie je meer' is based on the visualization of reality. The way reality is seen is different by different people, different in different moments, and also different by using different material.

    The lessons are very clear through using the possibilities of the camera. Painting and drawing are part of the visualization of the item. You see the Indians dancing, hunting etc and in the same time you see the painting growing, changing and going from a white piece of paper to a colorful intensive piece of work in a personal handwriting what shows the way the painter has seen the item this time.

    decorative view

    expressive view

    impressive view

     mixed view

           

    Every lesson shows two points of view in a contrast and the real images are close to the artistic work.

    During the process the relation between reality and the representing of it is clear.

    The way the material is used is related to the way the image is build up, expressive with big movements and contrasting colors, impressive with a sensible touch and more 'misty' colors.

    The first production of this series was in the sixties with Jan 't Lam, Joop van der Zouwen and Wouter van Ringelestein. They were starting to use the possibilities of the media as a part of the education system. There were also lessons for handicraft. The first edition was in black and white.

    The revival of the series is from the eighties when Jan 't Lam and Wouter van Ringelestein have started a new production. This series was in full color.

    Many schools in the Netherlands have used this series in the eighties. In teacher training colleges it is used to teach the students how they can build their own lessons.

    The series is also televised in many countries from Japan to Us and it was also even in Finland.
     

     

    winner of 'the kleine kinderkast' 1987

    book 1 green: 5-6 years 
    book 2 orange: 6-8 years
    book 3 blue : 8-10 year
    book 4 violet: 10-12 year
    every part consists of 4 video lessons and 4 slide lessons
    The video lessons were televised during school time.

    This method is not longer available.
    information: mail@allaprima.org



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