THE CREATION OF AUDIOVISUAL CONTENT ON MUSICALIZED MOVEMENT IN TERMS OF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

V. Martínez Bello, M.M. Bernabé Villodre

Universidad de Valencia (SPAIN)
Motor education from and with musical expression in the Early Childhood Education stage plays an important role for the psychosocial and psychomotor development of students. However, for all this to take place in Early Childhood Education classrooms, it is necessary to train future teachers from a critical attitude about the role that these didactics play in university classrooms from interdisciplinary perspectives. Due to the state of alarm caused by COVID-19, contents such as psychomotor education have seen their presence diminished due to the risk of contagion and the impossibility of attending the classroom, in many cases. This led the COS Research Group to propose a Teaching Innovation Project (UV-SFPIE_PID-1353027) focused on the generation of teaching materials to serve students, guaranteeing the inclusion of diversity at the same time. The different resulting materials were viewed by Early Childhood Education students and commented on by the teachers of that stage. It was possible to verify the suitability of the pictograms used when it came to the work of body expression aimed at improving the capacity for empathy and socio-affectivity; but, not so much the effectiveness of the same before the work of the Basic Motor Skills, considering that the use of the Zepeto application was much more attractive for the work of the same than the use of pictograms in movement. All this made it possible to prepare audio-visuals materials, beyond attractive to students, perfectly applicable both for digitized educational contexts in pandemic situations and for standardized educational contexts.