Hybrid Habitats: Understanding the self and the other through performance based pedagogy

Teresa Eça [1]

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Contemporary arts in the society are providing tools that can be most useful in educational settings, involving image, sound and movement as ways of knowing and interconnecting people.  These tools are excellent means to prepare citizens with confident flexible intelligences, creative verbal and non-verbal communication skills, abilities to think critically and imaginatively, intercultural understandings and an empathic commitment to diversity. This article describes a learning strategy used in workshops with art teachers, future art teachers and children where a contemporary perspective of art was used to explore issues of identity.   In these workshop participants were asked to use different art languages to reflect upon identities using symbolic animals in order to construct a collective performance.
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Bibtex @ { ajesi18788, journal = {Anadolu Journal Of Educational Sciences International}, issn = {2146-4014}, address = {Anadolu University}, year = {2015}, volume = {5}, pages = { - }, doi = {10.18039/ajesi.52029}, title = {Hybrid Habitats: Understanding the self and the other through performance based pedagogy}, key = {cite}, author = {Eça, Teresa} }
APA Eça, T . (2015). Hybrid Habitats: Understanding the self and the other through performance based pedagogy. Anadolu Journal Of Educational Sciences International, 5 (3), . DOI: 10.18039/ajesi.52029
MLA Eça, T . "Hybrid Habitats: Understanding the self and the other through performance based pedagogy". Anadolu Journal Of Educational Sciences International 5 (2015): <http://dergipark.gov.tr/ajesi/issue/1534/18788>
Chicago Eça, T . "Hybrid Habitats: Understanding the self and the other through performance based pedagogy". Anadolu Journal Of Educational Sciences International 5 (2015):
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ISNAD Eça, Teresa . "Hybrid Habitats: Understanding the self and the other through performance based pedagogy". Anadolu Journal Of Educational Sciences International 5 / 3 (December 2015): -. https://doi.org/10.18039/ajesi.52029