Computação Ubíqua e a interação corporal na aprendizagem de execução rítmica

Thiago Marcondes Santos, Denise Filippo, Mariano Pimentel

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This article describes an investigation in the use of ubiquitous
computing in the context of a primary school classroom with the aim of
promoting the learning and experiencing of rhythmic concepts. The school
environment was transformed into a sound laboratory, where students
participated in different types of interactions. Building upon physical contacts
that can be easily executed and with which students were already familiar,
such as clapping hands, the classroom was presented as a collective musical
instrument, which lessened the technical barriers necessary to musical
execution.

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