Κοινωνικές-πολιτισμικές αξίες στη μουσική αγωγή και εκπαίδευση

Type Συνεδρία (Session)
Start 1 year ago ( Saturday, 16 April 2022, 09:00 )
Duration 01:30:00
Chair Ράπτης Θεοχάρης Αγγελίδου Σοφία
Code Σ6
room Αίθουσα Γ
Ζεπάτου Χρυσάνθη, Ράπτης Θεοχάρης

The formation of Friedrich Froebel’s music pedagogy: from the first kindergarten to Mother Songs and Play

Friedrich Froebel (1782 – 1852), a German educator who invented and created the kindergarten, is classified - along with Pestalozzi, among the main representatives of new humanism. His pedagogical system starts form the belief that man should be educated according to the  needs of  his human nature (Danassis – Afentakis, 1980).  Froebel focuses on the way the child learns through... Read More

Kindergarten, Froebel pedagogy, play, song, Mother Songs and Play.

Φευγαλάς Στέφανος, Μάντζιου Ναυσικά

Aspects of Nature’s presence in school Music textbooks: Investigation of special Musical elements in folk songs

From the beginning of the 20th century, have been recorded various trends and orientations related to man's perceptions of himself, of society, of Nature, etc.  These trends crystallize in the respective educational policies, a fact that is also expressed in the production of educational material and, consequently, in school textbooks (Athanasiadis, 2016) (Koulouri & Venturas, 1993).&n... Read More

School Music textbooks, folk song, Nature

Μαγδαληνή Καλοπανά

The crucial role of Greek art music in Music Curriculum

At the recent Conference of the International Society for Music Education (ISME 2020), was expressed the reflection for the central role of western art music in teaching music theory, altogether with the concern about the "low inclusion of musical genres and categories of other cultures ”(Kraan, 2020, p. 213). In fact, the importance of teaching domestic music genres is important "for deve... Read More

Greek art music, Curriculum, cultural capital, socio-cultural correlations

Μαρία Σαπλαούρα, Αγαλιανού Ολυμπία

The Orff-Schulwerk approach in Greece: Historical overview and perspective

The term Orff-Schulwerk refers to the pedagogical work of the composer Carl Orff (Orff, 1978) and is one of the most widespread approaches to music and dance education worldwide. Today in the prevailing English terminology is translated from German as “elemental music and dance pedagogy” while in Greece nowadays it is known as Orff music-movement education and formerly as "Orff system" (Ag... Read More

Orff-Schulwerk, Greece, historical review, historical evolution, perspectives

Georgia Mavrea

Theoretical models for world music in general school

Discussions in the context of "intercultural music education" can address a wide range of issues such as the intercultural competence of teachers, different ways of managing student heterogeneity, the benefits of intercultural music education and other issues (Θεοδωρίδης, 2019),(Miralis,2006). Among the issues addressed are methods of teaching the musics of the world. The presentation concerns... Read More

school music education, intercultural music education, theoretical models