“El proyecto QVO como propuesta innovadora de enriquecimiento”

  1. Pomar Tojo, Carmen
  2. Calviño Santos, Guillermo
  3. Irimia Nores, Andrea
  4. Rodríguez Cao, Luis
International Journal of Developmental and Educational Psychology: INFAD. Revista de Psicología

ISSN: 0214-9877

Year of publication: 2014


Volume: 6

Issue: 1

Pages: 17-26

Type: Article

DOI: 10.17060/IJODAEP.2014.N1.V6.713 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openOpen access editor

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The project is a QVO school enrichment for children with high abilities that develops in the Museum of Man in La Coruña. Based on current theories about intelligence , from an innovative and revolutionary axis against an inert , static educational system, we start from the need for an open and interdisciplinary space in which children freely express their ideas and creative needs. The six sides coming together to give our QvO are for , not hierarchical alphabetical order : Science , Space, Expression , Image, Language and Sound. Repeat as many times as this project , we will get many different results Cinema is the art that allows us to reach this will go brewing parameters of time and space as dynamic and alive so that we could not establish a priori a detailed schedule, just talk 7 “ workshops “ that are going to be developed to over a four month period of time and be mixed punctually according to the demands created by the course of the project itself.

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