Music Education in a Changing World

Type Συνεδρία (Session)
Start 1 year ago ( Friday, 15 April 2022, 19:15 )
Duration 01:30:00
Chair Τριανταφυλλάκη Αγγελική
Code Σ3
room Αίθουσα Δ
Νόπη Νικολάου-Τελεμάχου

Developing music skills and literacy in early years settings: professional needs of practitioners

In early years music education, the generalist teacher is expected to have knowledge for all the different subjects and at the same time an in-depth knowledge and music skills necessary to teach music (Barrett, M. S., Flynn, L. M., Brown, J. E., & Welch, G. F., 2019). However, there is a paradox in that many teachers of young children are likely to have a&... Read More

Martha Papadogianni, Τριανταφυλλάκη Αγγελική, Αναγνωστοπούλου Χριστίνα

Multi-sensory music representation in primary classroom: children's perspectives

Ιn GSME 2018 we introduced a novel music teaching approach, designed by coupling auditory and tactile modalities in the music classroom, involving embodied pedagogical activities for teaching elementary rhythmic skills in primary school. The training covered a wide range of musical activities by designing a play-based set of 16 sessions. Children were introduced in music via different actions:... Read More

elementary rhythmic skills, auditory-tactile stimulation, music in primary school, interviewing children, thematic analysis

Νατάσα Οικονομίδου Σταύρου, Lorraine O’Connell

Educating future music teachers to become curriculum makers: Challenges and opportunities

Student dis-engagement with and decreased interest in Music, as a school subject, is an issue repeatedly discussed in the literature calling into question traditional approaches to music teaching and learning. Curriculum scholars have advocated for a reconceptualisation of the term curriculum; a suggestion also echoed by researchers in the field of music education. Researchers call for open, fl... Read More

Music curriculum as plan, music curriculum as lived, meaningful music education, student-centered, curriculum negotiation.

Εμμανουηλίδου Σοφία, Ιωάννης Ζάννος

The use of Music Programming in Music Education as a new teaching music method and its benefits.

Although digital technology has invaded our everyday life, knowledge of its principles is very limited amongst musicians. Ignorance of the principles of programming and digital technology is a hindrance to creativity when using music technology. This paper argues that composers/musicians/performers and, therefore, music teachers would be well advised to try to assimilate existing technological... Read More

Music Education, Music Programming, SuperCollider, Compositional Practices, Music Technology