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Authors: Santos, Graça Duarte
Keywords: Inclusion
special educational needs
development and learning
challenging behaviour
Issue Date: Aug-2016
Publisher: Jorsen - Nasen
Citation: Santos,G.D. & Varandas,E.(2016)Bringing Street Art to School,Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs Volume 16 Nums1 285–289.
Abstract: Inclusive Education values differences by reducing barriers to learning and promoting active participation and positive interactions between all members of school community. Nowadays, school faces numerous children/adolescents who for several reasons have developed challenging behaviours and high risk of dropping out school. They come often from socio-cultural-economic minority groups and have sometimes a repeated course of academic failure. Art has had the ability to bring together the interests of all, even of the most unsuitable. In this paper, the authors present an intervention through street art/graffiti done in a secondary school, with a ninth grade class covered by PIEF Programme. The project aimed to understand if the integration of graffiti art in educational process had impact on challenging behaviour. The study, with a qualitative methodology, shows contributions of artistic experience as an asset to educational development of students with challenging behaviours contributing to a better school and inclusion.
Type: article
Appears in Collections:PSI - Publicações - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais Com Arbitragem Científica

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