Las competencias profesionales de los estudiantes de Grado en Educación Infantil y Primaria a través de la creación de materiales didácticos en contextos educativos reales

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La propuesta que se presenta se centra en el replanteamiento de los procesos de enseñanza y aprendizaje del alumnado en diversas asignaturas del área de Didáctica de la Expresión Musical. Todo ello con el objetivo de promover la creatividad y espíritu emprendedor del alumnado desde la elaboración de conciertos didácticos como estrategia didáctica centrada en el aprendizaje y enseñanza creativa junto con la participación del alumnado.
The proposal presented here focuses on rethinking the teaching and learning processes of students in various subjects in the area of Didactics of Musical Expression. All of this with the aim of promoting the creativity and entrepreneurial spirit of the students through the elaboration of didactic concerts as a didactic strategy focused on learning and creative teaching together with the participation of the students.
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