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Title: The Co-Poem Project: Didactic Resources and Pedagogical Projection for Musical Education in Primary School
Other Titles: El proyecto Co-Poem: recursos didácticos y proyección pedagógica para la educación musical en Educación Primaria
Authors: Sánchez-Jara, J. M.
González-Gutiérrez, S.
Navarro-Cáceres, M.
Olarte-Martínez, M. M.
Pedrero-Muñoz, C.
Keywords: music education
music information retrieval
music encoding
music databases
folk music
Issue Date: 20-Apr-2023
Publisher: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca
Citation: Sánchez-Jara, J. M., González-Gutiérrez, S., Navarro-Cáceres, M., Olarte-Martínez, M. M., & Pedrero-Muñoz, C. (2023). The Co-Poem Project: Didactic Resources and Pedagogical Projection for Musical Education in Primary School. Education in the Knowledge Society, 24, Article e30981.
Abstract: Orally transmitted traditional music constitutes an invaluable intangible legacy for understanding the development of local cultures and observing social dynamics over time. The Co-Poem project aims to make a significant corpus of these musical cultures available to any user in the Medi-terranean basin by creating the I-Folk database, which allows access and consultation through semantic technologies and artificial intelligence, to promote knowledge of this cultural reality and perpetuate its intergenerational transmission. The conceptualization of both resources is ori-ented to the practice of music teaching in primary education. From this point of view, the struc-ture of metadata that musically describes each work and the implementation of access resources to the corpus under study are analyzed from the point of view of the pedagogical function. All these issues are materialized in creation of various educational resources based on the possi-bilities of the I-Folk database to promote meaningful and interactive learning of musical content (melody, rhythm, dance, etc.) based on the defining characteristics of this type of repertoire. Recent interventions and didactic activities in primary schools show that both the I-Folk database and the associated resources and the search and comparative analysis functionalities between repertoires from different territories constitute a tool highly appreciated by teachers and arouses great interest among students.
ISSN: 2444-8729
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