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Zbornik radova Akademije umetnosti
2017, br. 5, str. 120-131
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
doi:10.5937/ZbAkUm1705120F

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Otelovljenje, zvuk i vizualizacija - multimodalna perspektiva u muzičkom obrazovanju
Conservatory of Music 'Licino Refice', Music Education Department Pedagogy of Music, Frosinone, Italy

e-adresa: sandrafortuna@tiscali.it

Sažetak

Mnoge studije su nedavno ukazale na ulogu pokreta tela u procesiranju, deljenju i davanju značenja muzike. Istovremeno, istraživanja neuronauke sugerišu da su različiti delovi mozga uključeni i aktivirani istim stimulansima: zvuci, na primer, mogu biti percipirani dodirom i mogu prizvati sliku, energiju, fluentnost i periodičnost. Ovakva interakcija auditivnih, vizuelnih i motornih osećaja može se naći u verbalnim opisima muzike i kod dece tokom njihovih spontanih igara. Pitanje koje se mora postaviti je da li bi višesenzorni i otelovljeni pristup mogao da redefiniše neka naša shvatanja o muzičkom obrazovanju. Nedavna istraživanja o otelovljenju i višemodalnoj percepciji u instrumentalnoj nastavi možda nagoveštavaju nove pravce u muzičkom obrazovanju. Možemo li smatrati da je integracija aktivnosti u kojima su uključeni pokreti tela, slušanje, metafore vizualizacije i pevanje efektnija za proces razumevanja muzike nego pristup koji je neotelovljen i fragmentovan.

Ključne reči

otelovljenje; višemodalno učenje; vizualizacija; muzičko obrazovanje; pokret tela

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