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The Development of Lesson Plans to Enable Diversity and Authentic Learning using Music and Body Movement.
creator
Yokoyama, Yuki
Takahashi, Nozomu
Nakamura, Emiko
Gondo, Atsuko
Tonoko, Kaori
Yoshizaki, Yuki
abstract
In this study, the authors aimed to develop lessons in which diversity, collaboration, and authentic learning are ensured through children’s cooperative involvement in a special class for students with intellectual disabilities. The authors framed three practices and analyzed children’s activities and the teacher’s environment setting, including music and body movements. The authors found three key results. First, the ability to recognize the diversity of body movements and expression in different contexts was improved in the practices which caused authentic learning. Second, collaborativeness promotes and nurtures cooperation (sharing roles) when children and teachers work together to achieve collaboration (creation by synergistic effect), finally realizing authentic learning. Third, music and body movements have the power to communicate what words are often unable to-the ability to make others feel that they are wanted and valued. Music and body movements served as the medium and catalyst for deepening authentic dialog.
journal title
THE ANNALS OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
issue
Issue 48
start page
97
end page
106
date of issued
2021-03-31
publisher
広島大学学部・附属学校共同研究機構
contributor
森保, 尚美
長山, 弘
issn
2435-9041
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language
jpn
nii type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
HU type
Departmental Bulletin Papers
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application/pdf
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Attached Schools
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
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