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ELICHIRY, Nora Emilce  e  REGATKY, Mariela. Artistic education in school. Anu. investig. [online]. 2010, vol.17, pp. 129-134. ISSN 1851-1686.

In this work we reflect on the impact of the artistic-aesthetic issue on knowledge structure, analyzing it from a learning-cognition approach. It is of great importance that school favours creative thinking development, and we recognize in the artistic experience an important platform to enhance it. The different artistic languages (visual arts, music, theatre, body languages) constitute cultural symbolic systems that promote expression and communication possibilities. In our research2, we are documenting situations where these languages have place, and analyzing the meaning that is weaved and organized throughout the different activities. In this work we include different theoretical developments that widen the concept of education, understanding learning and expression as dynamic and simultaneous phenomena. We intend these reflections to contribute in the thinking over the importance of art's place in school, and over the access to the aesthetic-expressive experience as a universal right and a fundamental factor of human development.

Palavras-chave : Situated learning; Creative thinking; Learning and expresión; Artistic learning appropriation process; Narrative thinking; Creativity; Potential.

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