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Nastava i vaspitanje
2016, vol. 65, br. 1, str. 109-124
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
doi:10.5937/nasvas1601109V
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Transferna vrednost učenja muzike na kognitivni razvoj učenika osnovnoškolskog i srednjoškolskog uzrasta
Univerzitet u Kragujevcu, Filološko-umetnički fakultet

e-adresa: nevenavujosevic@gmail.com

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Ispitivanje pozitivnog dejstva muzike na unapređenje kognitivnog razvoja deo je velikog broja empirijskih istraživanja u okviru oblasti kognitivne i opšte psihologije muzike. Polazeći od studija sprovedenih posredstvom najsavremenijih tehnologija i metoda izučavanja međusobne uslovljenosti mentalnih procesa i muzičkog razvoja pojedinca, dolazi se do zaključka da aktivna muzička participacija utiče na širok spektar unapređenja učenikovih sposobnosti i unutar drugih kognitivnih oblasti njegovog delovanja. Pozitivna dejstva muzike direktno utiču na razvoj učenikovih verbalnih i vizuospacijalnih sposobnosti, razvoj apstraktnog mišljenja, koordinaciju njegovih pokreta, koncentraciju i memorijski kapacitet, kreativnost u razmišljanju i rešavanju zadataka, kao i na razvoj emocionalne, estetičke i socijalne inteligencije pojedinca. Na neke od njih posebno će biti ukazano u samom tekstu rada. Rad prati novije rezultate pozitivnog dejstva muzike na polje nemuzičkih kognitivnih sposobnosti učenika, te ukazuje na pozitivne implikacije koje muzika i muzičko obrazovanje može da ostvari u korist celokupnog kognitivnog razvoja ličnosti.

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