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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoAlgunas pistas y reflexiones en torno del dibujo rítmico como dinamizador de la lectoescritura musical en población rural desde el modelo de escuela nueva(2015) Ariza Castro, Elizabeth; Ospina Álvarez, TeresitaReading and writing music is very important in developing different abilities in children. The following article is a reflection of how rhythmic drawing planted by a Colombian, Tita Maya, we are able to strengthen students important aspects in their comprehensiveness like the rhythms, the spacial location, the coordination which you are able to hear through movement, the scribbling and music that play a prominent role during the process of the activity being investigated. After the significant processes, you leave the experience lived in a rural population from the southwestern Antioquia where people work for the multi area and multi grade. One investigation that was realized based through means of observation and the accompaniment of how the students respond from grades like preschool, elementary and middle school. From each activity planted, a result was obtained
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoLa psicomotricidad fina a través del dibujo rítmico en los niños de transición B del colegio Ana María Janer(2019) Herrera Valdez, Leidy Juliana; Zapata Taborda, Mariana; Cortés Carmona, Diana MarcelaThe present degree work is focused on strengthening the fine psychomotor skills through the strategy of rhythmic drawing, which was utilized on kids whose ages ranged from 5 to 6, which is a phase that is characterized through the learning of the handwriting. During the investigation, children participating were looked upon to achieve the following goals. First, identifying the weaknesses relating to fine psychomotor skills, this is intended to create methodological strategies through rhythmic painting that will stimulate the fine psychomotor skills and lastly, to carry out a comparative analysis of the obtained results, showing the advantages that the rhythmic painting brings to the fine psychomotor skills enhancement; it is also important to take note of the fact that qualitative methodology being used on what was mentioned above (based on a phenomenological focus) allows the reunion of a teorical and a practical part of the information so the results of the investigation can be obtained. With these activities that integrate music and psychomotor techniques, a change of the students’ environment was made, which led them to get out of their routinely daily habits and have fun while learning new things and working with different materials compared to those they frequently used, with this experiment they slowly showed enhancements when it comes to painting, drawing and handwriting, it was also showable some other factors like more permanency, continuity, the kids were less tired when working, and they were faster when they had to perform psychomotor activities and they also got a better attentional focus