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RGRM utifrån rytmik: En studie om det förkroppsligande lärandet genom puls och rörelse i grundskolan

Grimberg, Rebecka (2012)
Malmö Academy of Music
Abstract
RGRM by Eurythmics – A study of the embodied learning by pulse and movement in elementary school
The purpose of this study is to investigate how RGRM (Ronnie Gardiner Rhythm and Music) is used in school teaching, from a Eurhythmics pedagogical perspective. RGRM is originally a method of treatment that is aimed at people with neurological damage, but is used to some extent in schools, among other things, to increase students' concentration and motor skills while learning. The study is a qualitative study based on classroom observations at an elementary school in Kungshamn that uses RGRM in teaching, as well as interviews with four people who work with RGRM and two people who work with eurhythmics. The results show that RGRM from an... (More)
RGRM by Eurythmics – A study of the embodied learning by pulse and movement in elementary school
The purpose of this study is to investigate how RGRM (Ronnie Gardiner Rhythm and Music) is used in school teaching, from a Eurhythmics pedagogical perspective. RGRM is originally a method of treatment that is aimed at people with neurological damage, but is used to some extent in schools, among other things, to increase students' concentration and motor skills while learning. The study is a qualitative study based on classroom observations at an elementary school in Kungshamn that uses RGRM in teaching, as well as interviews with four people who work with RGRM and two people who work with eurhythmics. The results show that RGRM from an Eurhythmics pedagogical perspective to some extent is similar to one of
the Eurhythmics part topic subjects – the metrics. Both methods include bodily movement, pulse, music and symbols, but in different ways. For example, there are differences between the methods in which way bodily movements are used. RGRM are using 18 bodily movements, in eurhythmics there is no limitation. Differences are also shown when it comes to the methodological approach, goals and objectives. (Less)
Abstract (Swedish)
Syftet med denna studie är att undersöka hur RGRM (Ronnie Gardiner Rytm och Musik) används i skolundervisningen, sett ur ett rytmikpedagogiskt perspektiv. RGRM är ursprungligen en behandlingsmetod som riktar sig till personer med neurologiska skador, men används till viss del inom skola bland annat för att öka elevernas koncentration och motorik vid inlärning. Studien är en kvalitativ undersökning som baseras på klassrumsobservationer vid en grundskola i Kungshamn som använder sig av RGRM i undervisningen, samt intervjuer med fyra personer som arbetar med RGRM och två personer som arbetar med rytmik. Resultatet visar på att RGRM sett ur ett rytmikpedagogiskt perspektiv till viss del har likheter med ett av rytmikens delämne – metrik.... (More)
Syftet med denna studie är att undersöka hur RGRM (Ronnie Gardiner Rytm och Musik) används i skolundervisningen, sett ur ett rytmikpedagogiskt perspektiv. RGRM är ursprungligen en behandlingsmetod som riktar sig till personer med neurologiska skador, men används till viss del inom skola bland annat för att öka elevernas koncentration och motorik vid inlärning. Studien är en kvalitativ undersökning som baseras på klassrumsobservationer vid en grundskola i Kungshamn som använder sig av RGRM i undervisningen, samt intervjuer med fyra personer som arbetar med RGRM och två personer som arbetar med rytmik. Resultatet visar på att RGRM sett ur ett rytmikpedagogiskt perspektiv till viss del har likheter med ett av rytmikens delämne – metrik. Kopplingen där emellan är att båda
metoderna innehåller rörelse, puls, musik och symboler men på olika sätt. Till exempel skiljer sig metoderna kring hur man använder sig av rörelser, i RGRM använder man sig av 18 rörelser i rytmiken finns det ingen begränsning. Olikheterna skiljer sig även kring vad metoderna eftersträvar gällande mål och syften, samt metodernas tillvägagångssätt. (Less)
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Grimberg, Rebecka
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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eurhythmics education perspective, Ronnie Gardiner Rythm and Music, bodily movement, learning, metrics, pulse, RGRM
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Swedish
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3512878
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The purpose of this study is to investigate how RGRM (Ronnie Gardiner Rhythm and Music) is used in school teaching, from a Eurhythmics pedagogical perspective. RGRM is originally a method of treatment that is aimed at people with neurological damage, but is used to some extent in schools, among other things, to increase students' concentration and motor skills while learning. The study is a qualitative study based on classroom observations at an elementary school in Kungshamn that uses RGRM in teaching, as well as interviews with four people who work with RGRM and two people who work with eurhythmics. The results show that RGRM from an Eurhythmics pedagogical perspective to some extent is similar to one of
the Eurhythmics part topic subjects – the metrics. Both methods include bodily movement, pulse, music and symbols, but in different ways. For example, there are differences between the methods in which way bodily movements are used. RGRM are using 18 bodily movements, in eurhythmics there is no limitation. Differences are also shown when it comes to the methodological approach, goals and objectives.},
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  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {RGRM utifrån rytmik: En studie om det förkroppsligande lärandet genom puls och rörelse i grundskolan},
  year         = {2012},
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