Tecnología digital en la educación musical infantil

Digital technology in music education for children

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En la actualidad, la educación experimenta cambios profundos para integrar la tecnología digital en el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje. La adquisición de competencias digitales afecta a los agentes y las etapas educativas, pero no con la misma intensidad. El objetivo de este trabajo es explorar la dupla tecnología y educación musical en el colectivo infantil, a través de una revisión de la literatura publicada en bases científicas relevantes en el campo de la educación —WoS, SCOPUS y ERIC— durante los últimos diez años. Las tres categorías extraídas fueron: potencial de los recursos en el aprendizaje musical, aprendizaje no musical y uso docente de las tecnologías. Los resultados muestran un bajo número de investigaciones musicales en torno a la tecnología y su efecto en la música y en el movimiento, ya que la mayoría de las investigaciones se centra en la mejora de la exploración sonora, en la creación y en la interpretación musical. Se puede afirmar que el uso de la tecnología en el aprendizaje musical parece efectivo, puesto que mejora tanto en el aprendizaje musical como en el no musical.

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