MUSICAL ART AS A MEANS FOR DEVELOPING EMOTIONAL SKILLS IN CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS
International Journal KNOWLEDGE, Institute of Knowledge Management, Scientific Papers, 2018, Vol.28.3, Education - Knowledge in Practice, Skopije, Ed. by Vlado Kambovski, Robert Dimitrovski, EBSCO HOST Global Impact&Quality Factor 1.322 (2016), ISSN 1857-923X (for e-version), ISSN 2545-4439 (for printed version),p.p.1057-1062
The purpose of this publication is to conduct a theoretical and applied study of some technological practices through which to work on emotional intelligence in terms of musical education with children with special educational needs. The object of our study are some technological practices developing children's emotional intelligence.
In the theoretical part are examined views of a number of authors related to the nature of emotional intelligence and the specific features of children with special educational needs. The normative basis for pedagogical interaction in this direction is presented. The views of some authors on the specifics of pedagogical activity related to children with special educational needs are discussed. The main parameters of inclusive education are also outlined.
Some of the technological possibilities of musical training have been studied in practical aspects. In contrast to empathy in general, artistic empathy requires a particular art language, comprehensible for the individual. Therefore, in order to develop emotional intelligence of children with special educational needs, it is important that specific technological methods are applied, through which their musical experience is developed. The main focus of the publication is the presentation of a copyright educational training aid, related to the development of emotional intelligence of children with special educational needs through the means of art. Its creation and development is based on the theory of artistic emotions (Holopova, 2009).
It is applicable in pedagogical activities with children with special educational needs, both in elementary school and kindergarten. It is possible to work through different types of art - music, literature, fine arts. The publication presents a way to use art based on music.
children with special educational needs (SEN), emotional intelligence, pedagogical techniques, empathy, musical education