Stimulating deaf children through vibration and playful activities for musical experience

dc.contributor.authorda Silva Benites C.
dc.contributor.authorSilveira I.F.
dc.description.abstract© 2021 for this paper by its authors. Use permitted under Creative Commons License Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).This paper presents reports of children with deafness who had contact with music through playful activities combined with robotics and other applications, here we also demonstrate how it helped them to evaluate visual elements and allowed interaction with music. It is detailed every procedure that was performed in the 3 experiments and all the steps to achieve the goal that was children to have practical contact with music theory with a totally digital mode without the use of books. This work aimed to present how technology can be a differential in the practice of music teaching and an aid to generate social inclusion of deaf children allowing their contact with hearing people in all places with audible events.
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dc.subject.otherlanguageDeaf children
dc.subject.otherlanguageMusical elements with colors
dc.subject.otherlanguagePlayful activities
dc.subject.otherlanguageRobotics in music
dc.subject.otherlanguageTechnological applications in music
dc.titleStimulating deaf children through vibration and playful activities for musical experience
dc.typeArtigo de evento
local.scopus.subjectDeaf child
local.scopus.subjectDigital modes
local.scopus.subjectMusic theory
local.scopus.subjectMusical element with color
local.scopus.subjectPlayful activity
local.scopus.subjectRobotic in music
local.scopus.subjectSocial inclusion
local.scopus.subjectTechnological application in music
local.scopus.subjectTechnological applications
local.scopus.subjectVisual elements