Music and Games in Education: Technological Experiences and Human Development


Music and Games share a wide range of specific characteristics mediated by the technological component which, in a way, impose an incessant dialogue between the demands of education, music education and human development itself. The consonance and versatility of this approach interact directly with the teaching and learning processes, constituting itself as a potential integrator with respect to the organisation and contexts of the game, the technological resources, the experiences and the potential contribution to the integral development of the individual. Among the areas and topics linked by this context, it is possible to mention gamification, game-based learning, music education, psychology, studies on human cognition, educational technologies, the inclusive perspective in education and science attached to imputations (benefits or disadvantages of the game) in human development. This research integrates a series of works carried out regularly and continuously, in order to strengthen the state of the art and respective literature review, along with the contribution to reflection, discussion and analysis on the relationship and structural characteristics between music and games, regarding its presence and influence in the educational universe and human development in general.

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Hugo Braga de Araújo Silva, Colégio Pedro II, Brazil
Elsa Maria Morgado, Portuguese Catholic University, Portugual
Beatriz Licursi, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Liliana Mendes, University of Coimbra, Portugual
Levi Leonido, Portuguese Catholic University, Portugual

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Conference: ECE2023
Stream: Design

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Silva H., Morgado E., Licursi B., Mendes L., & Leonido L. (2023) Music and Games in Education: Technological Experiences and Human Development ISSN: 2188-1162 The European Conference on Education 2023: Official Conference Proceedings
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