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NEDEL, Mariana Zamberlan. Learning through group experience: rhythms and body expression for childhood education. Rev. SPAGESP [online]. 2010, vol.11, n.2, pp. 64-77. ISSN 1677-2970.

This article aimed at making a report on the experience obtained by the author who offered a workshop for four teachers of early childhood education. It was set at Núcleo de Educação Infantil Ipê Amarelo, located at Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM), which attends public servants’ children, employees and needy students from the university. The workshop was held in two days, addressing topics such as childhood music education, rhythms, body practices and corporal expression. It was possible to verify the importance of applying research conducted within the university in schools, nurseries, centres, whether in form of workshops, lectures or short-term courses. Moreover, to highlight benefits provided by interdisciplinary work, that enables students to make considerable progress on leaning, intellectual and corporal autonomy and retaining responsibility. It also stimulates body expression and new forms of communication and promotes socialization and leisure.

Keywords : Workshop; Interdisciplinarity; Childhood education; Music education; Body expression.

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