Arteterapia Magazine No. 5
Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2010

Curricular Materials with Coeducational Value

Sandra Illana

Art therapy. Art therapy and art education papers for social inclusion

A team of professors and professors from the Faculty of Education of the Complutense University of Madrid has developed an interesting set of curricular materials in various educational centers of Early Childhood and Primary Education with a clear orientation on affective and coeducational education. This series is the result of a previous R&D granted by the Institute for Women, in which, after verifying through children's drawings the hegemonic models that privilege values ​​close to violence and domination in a patriarchal key, they proposed strategies for change and improvement based on education through art, following the guidelines of Donna Haraway and Sheyla Benhabit on knowledge situated through an "incarnated" subject.