Educação musical e habilidades sociais: aproximações e reflexões para práticas na infância
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This undergraduate thesis aims to foster dialogue between the fields of Musical Education and Social Skills; and as specific objectives: 1) Elaborate musical activities with the potential for the development of some specific social skills; 2) Verify the feasibility and suitability of musical activities to promote Social Skills. The research is based on the commitment of Musical Education with aspects beyond the strictly technical and theoretical aspects of music, considering the knowledge of psychology in musical teaching processes, at the interface between the social scope of collective musical practices and the theoretical-practical field of Social Skills defined by Del Prette and Del Prette (2017). The study of an exploratory nature had a bibliographical review and included the proposition of musical activities relating referencial from musical education and psychology. The answers of participants indicated that the material contributed to a better understanding of music teachers about how the musical activities can recruit social skills, while they also seem promising for use in social skills training contexts by psychologists. Furthermore, we got good feedback on the adequacy of objectives and relevance of the material. Contributions were made by the participants in order to improve the proposal regarding objectives and procedures. The results proved to be satisfactory in relation to the stated objectives. It is believed that a new set of knowledge can be boosted by enabling the meeting of these fields based on the needs and demands of the professionals representing them.
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