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Title: Artteràpia: Un abordatge emocional integral. Valoració de l’artteràpia com a recurs en el treball de l’educació emocional
Author: Heredia Alonso, Maria
Tutor: Viciana Caballero, Salvador  
Others: Fernández-Ferrer, Maite  
Abstract: Introspective work, connecting with oneself, is something that children find increasingly difficult (Eisner, 2002). The aim of this research is to verify in a sample of 9 pupils from the Baix Montseny Secondary School in Sant Celoni, who make up the Amethyst Project (PAM), whether art therapy is a good resource to promote changes in the social skills of the pupils and improve coexistence in the classroom. The research follows a mixed method through a survey, observational and phenomenological methodology. The students completed a questionnaire to evaluate their social skills and the perception of the school pre-test and post-test, which showed an increase in the presence of social skills (11.11%) and a reduction in the perception of the school as deficient (44.44%). After the intervention, interviews were carried out with three educational agents involved in the PAM project, in order to find out about and perceive changes after the implementation of the art therapy resource. The research provides indications that art therapy can be a resource for working on emotional education in the field of social skills and improving the classroom climate. With the data obtained, it is possible to perceive indicators about the authentic need to offer a space for connection with oneself, in order to favour the development of emotional competences.
Keywords: emotional education
social skills
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis
Issue Date: Jan-2023
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