An essential element of modern approaches to the educational process is interdisciplinarity. Interdisciplinarity is defined as a didactic approach; it is an important strategy which allows the student to understand the problem from different points of view by making logical connections between concepts pertaining to different school subjects.
With the help of literature, we explored various ways of implementing interdisciplinarity by means already present in the school system with the purpose of achieving learning objectives. We focused especially on interdisciplinary approaches already present during art activities in elementary school. We observed randomly selected art pedagogues to see how they implement interdisciplinary approaches to sculpture activities in order to achieve learning objectives.
The empirical part consists of three segments: the first segment includes the questionnaire and its analysis, the second segment includes curriculum plans and the analysis thereof, and the last segment includes practical solutions that we designed with the help of acquired results.
The empirical results are based on the subjective judgment of the author. By evaluating the results, we were able to propose new didactic approaches, as well as showcase different interdisciplinary approaches to sculpture activities and sculpture-related concepts within other school subjects.