Interação reflexiva como paradigma transversal para a criatividade, educação musical e musicoterapia

Anna Rita Addessi, Luisa Bonfiglioli (Tradução de Rosane Cardoso de Araújo)

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O escopo deste estudo é apresentar o paradigma da "interação reflexiva" criado no contexto dos estudos sobre a interação homem-máquina e utilizado no âmbito do Projeto MIROR- Musical Interaction Relying On Reflection. Através deste projeto, foi construída uma plataforma tecnológica musical para crianças, incluindo atividades de improvisação, criação e movimento corporal, aplicando o paradigma de interação reflexiva no campo da criatividade musical e no campo da criatividade motora infantil. O foco deste texto é destacar o paradigma de interação reflexiva na interseção entre educação musical e musicoterapia, como um quadro teórico efetivo para fortalecer traços comuns a ambas as áreas, tanto do ponto de vista da aplicação teórica quanto da experiência prática.

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música e crianças; educação musical; música - instrução e ensino; musicoterapia para crianças; música na educação; MIROR Project

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