A música e o aprendizado coletivo: o princípio da arte com ação efetiva de inclusão social

Translated title of the contribution: The music and the collective learning: the principle of Art with action effective of social inclusion

Marco Aurélio Aparecido da Silva, Levi Leonido Fernandes da Silva

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Abstract

The world is full of sounds and absolute silence may not exist. Still in the womb we have the first contacts with the sound universe. When we think of music education, we should not understand it in a disjointed way from the social environment. Contextual and meaningful thinking must also be present in the life of musician educators. Music learning in isolation leaves a huge gap in the student's training process. We see in Heitor Villa-Lobos's educational project, a meaningful and contextualized music education, where the principle of collective learning is fundamental. We illustrate our thinking with the practical presentation in the field through the “Solar Meninos de Luz” Orchestra Project, which we developed the General Coordination and Artistic Direction. This project is held in the Pavão / Pavãozinho / Cantagalo community in Rio de Janeiro. We organized an Orchestra with students and community residents who, without any contact with the previous systemic musical universe, had the opportunity to access the music in this proposal. presented. With each new sound emitted, the musical teaching-learning process is being built and the repertoire is adjusted to the new knowledge built by the student. Collective learning becomes a methodological principle and not an end to the process of music education.
Translated title of the contributionThe music and the collective learning: the principle of Art with action effective of social inclusion
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)25-49
Number of pages15
JournalRevista Internacional de Ciências, Tecnologia e Sociedade
Volume2
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 8 Sept 2019

Keywords

  • Music teaching
  • Collective learning
  • Sound landscape

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