The MIROR project is an European Union funded project under the 7th Framework programme (Technology-enhanced learning). The project is in its first year and so the aim of this paper is to explain its background and rationale, to describe its aims and structure. The MIROR Project deals with the development of an innovative adaptive system for music learning and teaching based on the reflexive interaction paradigm. The reflexive interaction paradigm is based on the idea of letting users manipulate virtual copies of themselves, through specifically designed machine-learning software referred to as interactive reflexive musical systems (IRMS). MIROR aims at extending the IRMS paradigm with the analysis and synthesis of multisensory expressive gesture to increase its impact on the musical pedagogy of young children. The MIROR platform will be developed in the context of early childhood music education. It will act as an advanced cognitive tutor, designed to promote specific cognitive abilities in the field of music improvisation, composition and body performance, both in formal learning contexts (kindergartens, primary schools, music schools) and informal ones (at home, kinder centers, etc.).

The MIROR Project

VOLPE, GUALTIERO
2011

Abstract

The MIROR project is an European Union funded project under the 7th Framework programme (Technology-enhanced learning). The project is in its first year and so the aim of this paper is to explain its background and rationale, to describe its aims and structure. The MIROR Project deals with the development of an innovative adaptive system for music learning and teaching based on the reflexive interaction paradigm. The reflexive interaction paradigm is based on the idea of letting users manipulate virtual copies of themselves, through specifically designed machine-learning software referred to as interactive reflexive musical systems (IRMS). MIROR aims at extending the IRMS paradigm with the analysis and synthesis of multisensory expressive gesture to increase its impact on the musical pedagogy of young children. The MIROR platform will be developed in the context of early childhood music education. It will act as an advanced cognitive tutor, designed to promote specific cognitive abilities in the field of music improvisation, composition and body performance, both in formal learning contexts (kindergartens, primary schools, music schools) and informal ones (at home, kinder centers, etc.).
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