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Vol. 10 No. 1 (2019): Disabilità e Qualità della Vita: percorsi e progetti per l’inclusione universitaria e sociale

Inclusive arts: Meanings and practices

  • Noemi Del Bianco
  • Sacha Grocholewska-Iwanejko
Submitted
May 7, 2019
Published
2019-06-12

Abstract

The reflection on special pedagogy that deals with the use of art as means of development of the educational potential, moves our interest toward art forms that are new in the pedagogical field. The aim of this study is to explore how new forms of educational activities can be expressed and shaped in inclusive contexts between arts and mindful practice.

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