PROXIMAL EXPRESSIVE DIDACTIC
TWO DECADES OF EXPERIENCE CONVERTED INTO A PEDAGOGICAL-DIDACTIC MODEL OF AN ARTISTIC-CULTURAL NATURE
AbstractIn this investigation, we intend to validate the concept of Proximal Expressive Didactics (DEP), which deliberately brings together artistic expressions and the intergenerational and professional relationship between the work developed in the academy assisted in a participatory / tutelary way by the community in an autonomous work regime. It is assumed with a participation based on a model with the main vectors: between area (dialogue between artistic-cultural expressions) and base and/or complement of learning in other areas of knowledge through artistic-cultural expressions. Both approaches are mandatory for public presentation as they result in an effort to integrate and merge investigations at various levels and with professionals jointly experienced as beginners in this field of participation in international events as speakers or lecturers. These events, prepared by themselves and articulated with invited experts (outside the UC, the course and the institution) through the group and theme chosen within the central theme agreed in the curricular unit, taking into account the profile of the student and the future professional to be trained. The specialists work as reviewers by and among peers, presenting together the work developed so far in an international event organized from this initiative (invited participation), with the curricular unit's professor being the moderator of knowledge sharing (during the process), including the debate and moderation of the semi-attendance event to enhance the participation of reference tutors and national and international experts (public presentation). As a result of the initiatives carried out from this model, we resorted to a mixed methodology (qualitative and quantitative) based on a survey and Swot Analysis in an educational context, making a sample of 153 individuals (among students, experts and guest speakers at the pedagogical events- chosen for this investigation).
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