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Leading beyond the walls cma interdisciplinary cooperation through the virtual classroom for students

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This experiencie enable a little group of Community Music Activity/International Society for Music Education participants from 2006/Singapura meeting, to communicate with one another independently of space and time to promote sharing of musical and pedagogical contents and conceptions, involving teachers, students from different levels and countries and institutions. The musical knowledge production can “open the doors” to the production of new ways of pedagogical, esthetic, political and institutional knowledge.

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Leading beyond the walls cma interdisciplinary cooperation through the virtual classroom for students

  1. 1. 13TH INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON COMMUNITY MUSIC: CREATING PARTNERSHIPS , MAKING LINKS , PROMOTING CHANGE ROME 15-19 JULY 2008
  2. 2. Leading beyond the walls: CMA interdisciplinary cooperation through the virtual classroom for students Dr. Donald DeVito Dr. Emma Rodríguez Suárez Dr. Magali Kleber Dr. David Akombo
  3. 3. The experience enable a little group of CMA participants from 2006/Singapura meeting, to communicate with one another independently of space and time to promote sharing of musical and pedagogical contents and conceptions, involving teachers, students from different levels and countries and institutions.
  4. 4. This discussions meet the needs of many learners and provide an environment in which introverts thrive and extroverts can learn to pause and reflect before responding, resulting in higher level thinking early in the process.
  5. 5. The nature of this experience allows for: • Developing a community of learning in different spaces and institutions • Creating a student-centered “classroom”
  6. 6. Importance, Design, Facilitation and Evaluation states: This musical pedagogical experience allowed to create an environment in which a learning and teaching community can develop and grow. There is a wealth of educational and communication research that can support that most students, men or women, learn and think more critically within a learning community, rather than working in isolation.
  7. 7. Importance, Design, Facilitation and Evaluation states: This musical pedagogical experience allowed to create an environment in which a learning and teaching community can develop and grow. There is a wealth of educational and communication research that can support the work of the proposal, supporting all the participants, learn and think more critically within a learning community, rather than working in isolation.
  8. 8. The theoretical framework concerns Music seen as social practice, generating a cultural system which is built and organized soundly and incorporating itself in the socio-cultural structure of groups and individuals
  9. 9. The musical knowledge production can “open the doors” to the production of new ways of pedagogical, esthetic, political and institutional knowledge.
  10. 10. The circulation spaces of symbolic values, meetings, intersubjective and interinstitutional, cognitive and affective relations. The music pedagogy is seen as both a process that concerns the relationship between people and music and the process of music appropriation and transmission.
  11. 11. The analysis incorporates the interconnection and, therefore, the meaning of “pedagogical” is not only related to the learning and teaching process, but also seen as a connected plural-dimensional field.
  12. 12. Meu Balaio Rafael Rosa .
  13. 13. Meu Balaio Rafael Rosa .
  14. 14. This project was very interesting because, using technological resources, provided the participants with a very rich musical experience. By exchanging experiences with a foreign institution, we had the opportunity of showing aspects of Brazilian music to people who could never have this in another way. This kind of experience is very important to inclusive musical practice what makes the music education field open to the cultural diversity.
  15. 15. It was a great pleasure for me to present this composition that reflects a little of my experience as a popular composer here in Brazil. I hope everybody could feel the joys of these popular traditions, always having the image of people who are able to change nonsupport social and political situations into poetry and wish of changes, keeping, always, the hopeful (Rafael Rosa, Kleber student class from Music’s Course in State University of Londrina, musician and composer).

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