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It is a project prepared by a team of teachers from the area of Sociology that teaches subjects focused on understanding the social structure and its implications for education in the degrees of Teacher of Early Childhood Education and Primary Education, and in the Master in Professor of Secondary Education at the University of Valencia and the University of Cantabria. The project uses cinema as a didactic tool for the analysis of social reality, specifically social inequalities. It is about viewing (one or more) films and analyzing them from the contents seen in the subject (bibliography, master classes), first individually and then in a group seminar in class. In this sense, it is an initiative that starts from previous experiences of similar characteristics (EspaiCinema) developed in the Faculty of Teaching of the University of Valencia.
INSTRUMENTARIUM XX1 is an innovative project whose main objective is the design, construction and validation of musical instruments for the 20th century, characterized by the hybridization between analog and digital, combining tradition, avant-garde and sustainability. The instruments, made with ecological materials, will have the possibility of amplification through an electrical-mechanical system based on low cost technology. Characteristics of these will be the ergonomics and adaptability to different ages and physical conditions, their robustness and portability. Its ability to generate new sounds and its detachment from a specific sound paradigm will facilitate the multicultural fit and the opening towards contemporary languages. The other objective is to validate the instruments created with people of all ages, through their active and inclusive participation in artistic creation processes. INSTRUMENTARIUM XX1 is conceived as an itinerant, installable, educational and cultural sound laboratory for quality creative and artistic development and that guarantees a society more committed to art and culture. Validation takes the form of plural intervention in formal, non-formal and informal educational and cultural contexts, pursuing another of the objectives, that of knowledge transfer. An investigation will be initiated that allows the improvement of benefits and actions through data obtained from the experiences of the participants.
The Complex Trajectories project, a project funded by the Erasmus + program, aims to understand the increasingly diverse and complex trajectories of students at university, and to provide support to the people who go through them. It not only aims to guarantee inclusive access to university programs, but also success in carrying out studies regardless of the socioeconomic situation of the people who study them. The project plans to define a system for monitoring the trajectories of students that allows the development of support policies both institutional and of the university system and to define indicators to avoid dropping out. In this sense, it is proposed that the center of the analysis of the trajectories is not the program (graduation rates, etc.), but the student body. Thus, a trajectory will be considered successful regardless of whether there have been changes in studies or in the study modality.
Women's Legacy: Our Cultural Heritage for Equity' is a European project organized by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of the Generalitat Valenciana and directed by the researcher Ana López-Navajas, whose objective is to contribute decisively to the inclusion of women protagonists of history and culture and their legacy in the contents educational. Based on cross-border regional cooperation and funded by the program Erasmus+, under the KA201 modality of strategic partnerships for development and innovation, aims to respond to a common European need to correct the androcentric vision of the culture transmitted in education, through the recognition of the contributions culture of women and their inclusion in the place that corresponds to them in the materials educational. In this way, its social value and its role as the protagonist of culture and society are restored. history. With the accessible and free publication of the intellectual products produced in The framework of the project will facilitate the transmission in the classroom of a complete and truly universal culture, which recovers the European cultural heritage and helps the eradication of gender inequalities from the base.
In line with the work on perpetrators of mass violence and their cultural representations, the object of this research project consists in analyzing the narrative and iconographic representation of emblematic sites of mass violence, as well as the resignification of these sites through memory politics, historical pedagogy, judicial trials and Human Rights culture. The research line of this project focuses on a comparative perspective on seven sites of perpetration located in four substantially different areas and contexts: Spain, Germany, Cambodia, and Latin America’s Southern Cone. This comparative perspective allows us to study the role played by microspaces, the material artifacts, the museum’s layout and narrative (audioguides), the peripheral rooms and activities, the literary production (memoirs and testimonies, as well as the imaginary evocations, such as novels, poems, and so forth) and the iconography and its migration through the iconosphere, both synchronically (that is, between the media) and diachronically (that is, over time), stressing the moments of change.
The objectives of this project are: 1) Create and validate two online software for the development and evaluation of intonation skills, the first for singing voice (Cantus) and the second for continuous or variable intonation instruments (Plectrum). The instruments addressed with the program are brass (trumpet, horn and trombone) and string (viola, violin and cello), taking into account the adequacy of the evaluated prototype to the gender differences identified in the research literature (genres female and male models of exercises or vocal samples, interface design, learning process model -more relational) and non-sexist language 2) Generate pedagogical knowledge regarding intonation teaching-learning processes in music education institutions, facilitating teaching work in the training and evaluation of this ability.