A PROJECT OF EMOTIONS: CREATION OF A MATRIX OF EMOTIONAL EDUCATION ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Keywords:Emotional Education, Creative Learning, Design Science Research
Emotions are relevant in current contexts around the world. Thus, this research aimed to use Creative Learning to create a product for the dissemination of emotional education for children in early childhood education using the Design Science Research methodology, which helps to guide the steps to create a product/solution to a problem. Based on this methodology, three references were used: Emotional Education, the National Common Curriculum Base (BNCC) and Creative Learning. With the union of this reference, a matrix of activities was created based on the basic emotions found in the literature: joy, sadness, anger, disgust, fear and surprise. 12 activities were created, subdivided into 2 categories: recognition and expression of emotions. These activities were not applied, only submitted to analysis by specialists in the field of early childhood education, with teachers and psychologists. Semi-structured interviews were conducted to collect your observations and suggestions, being recorded and transcribed, and then using Discursive Textual Analysis to capture the points inherent to the creation of activities. Relevant points were identified regarding the theoretical references used, in addition to emerging issues. Significant contributions were also made for the improvement and consolidation of the activities matrix, which, after suggestions, ended with 11 activities. It is hoped that the results presented will serve to compose a robust material regarding emotional education for the context of early childhood education, consolidating Creative Learning as a relevant approach to the development of activities and practices.
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Copyright (c) 2023 André Luiz Weschenfelder, João Batista Mossmann, Marta Rosecler Bez
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