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Title: Cotidiano no ensino da música na educação básica: uma revisão do tema em artigos da revista da associação brasileira de educação musical − 1992 a 2014
Other Titles: Daily life in the teaching of music in basic education: a review of the theme in articles of the magazine of the Brazilian association of musical education - 1992 to 2014
metadata.dc.creator: ALMEIDA, Shirlene Pereira
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor1: VIEIRA, Lia Braga
Keywords: Música na educação
Música - Instrução e estudo
Issue Date: 9-Jun-2015
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Pará
Citation: ALMEIDA, Shirlene Pereira. Cotidiano no ensino da música na educação básica: uma revisão do tema em artigos da revista da Associação Brasileira de Educação Musical - 1992 a 2014. 2015. 152 f. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Universidade Federal do Pará, Instituto de Ciências da Arte, Belém, 2015. Programa de Pós-Graduação em Artes. Disponível em: <http://repositorio.ufpa.br/jspui/handle/2011/10023>. Acesso em:.
Abstract: ABEM's magazine is a publication of unprecedented articles in musical education, resulting from theoretical researches and critical reflections on pedagogical experiences. Among the topics researched, we can find the everyday music. In this research, I had as general objective to investigate how the students’ extracurricular everyday music has been discussed in articles on musical education in basic education in ABEM’s magazine during the period from 1992 to 2014, as well as the underlying relations with pedagogical trends of school education. It was carried out bibliographical research with the following steps: collection of articles from the ABEM Magazine on students' extracurricular everyday music education in the school of basic education, held on the site of the entity; recognition reading; exploratory reading; reflective reading; and interpretive reading (LIMA & MIOTO, 2007) of the collected articles aiming the selection, critical analysis and cataloguing the articles. The works we found were analyzed in the light of the theoretical foundation of this research, around the themes: quotidian and pedagogical education trends. The research results indicate that in the period from 1992 to 2014 ABEM's magazine has published 25 articles that deal with students' extracurricular everyday music education in the school of basic education. Among other aspects, the articles bring reflections and underlying modes of working the quotidian in music class. Consider the students’ musical experiences of their everyday life in order to be inserted in Basic education. It is not only about listening to their favorite music. The authors conducted their research seeking to understand the musical universe of students and how their informal educational processes occurred. They presented in their discussions the importance of contributing to the expansion of this universe of listening without imposing the classical repertory in superior quality or redeemer towards social integration to a standard established, but in the form of challenge to music educators to create strategies for the production of knowledge through the exercise of exchanging information as a mediator between the knowledge and the student in a horizontal relationship without labelling the repertoire familiar to the students. The pedagogical trends that predominate in the texts underlying manner are those that advocate the consideration of student’s culture, the horizontal relationship between teacher and student, the valuation of the students’ everyday experiences and cognitive development and critical thinking. These premises are in the progressist liberating trend, liberal and libertarian New School critical-historical also known as social critic of the contents.
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