Music Pedagogy II

Course Title

Music Pedagogy II

Course Code

MUS4310

Type of Course

Compulsory, 6 hours/week (2 theory + 2 tutorial + 2 workshop)

Course Level

Undergraduate

Semester

4th

ECTS Credits

6 (4+2)

Professor (s)

Learning  Outcomes

      Knowledge concerning the curriculum and particular subjects of Greek music educational pedagogy, especially when it comes to traditional music. 

The understanding of the philosophy and the goals of music regimes’ programs in the educational field. 

Application of educational music regimes’ programs in different frameworks giving emphasis on Music Schools.  Utilization of percussion instruments in music pedagogy. 

Analysis of contemporary researches and waves in Music Pedagogy. 

Composition of the Textbooks material. 

Evaluation of the teaching approaches, especially those concerning Traditional music.

Teaching Approach

Interactive presentation – lecture by using supervisory tools. Experiential approaches.

Prerequisite Courses

Music Pedagogy I

Recommended Courses in the Curriculum

All without exception

Course Content

Theory: 
General learning theories and a pre-school’s, school's and adolescences' child’s development and particular theories on music learning. Music development, music perception and music learning of a child. Philosophy and goals of music regimes programs in pre-school, primary and junior education. Detailed and daily music programs of the steps mentioned above. Repertoire, curriculum and specific of music education on Greek Traditional Music. Reference to the multicultural and transcultural music education, in teaching various kinds of music and music cultures at school, matters of transition and music learning in different civilizations. Collection and listing of textbook material. Evaluation of the teaching process. 

Tutorial: 
a. Practicing of the students on the composition of daily music teaching schedules for pre-school, primary and junior high education. Presentation of representative music subjects from students in class. Visits, monitoring and fieldwork teaching by students in various grades in education (Pre-School, Primary School, Junior High School). b. Study of contemporary researches and waves in music education on the fields of psychology, sociology, detailed programming and aesthetics of music in education. 

Workshop:
Introduction to the percussion instruments. Group rhythm exercises. Percussion  ensembles.

Recommended Bibliography

Campbell, P.S. & Scott-Kassner, C. (1994). Music in childhood education: from preschool through the elementary grades. New York: Schirmer Books

Colwell, R. & Richardson, C. (2002). The New Handbook or Research on Music Teaching and Learning. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Elliott, D. (1995). Music Matters. A New Philosophy of Music Education. New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press

Hargreaves, D. (2004). Η αναπτυξιακή ψυχολογία της μουσικής (μετ. Μακροπούλου, Ε.). Αθήνα: Fagotto

Machlis, J. (1993). H απόλαυση της µουσικής. Μετάφραση από την αγγλική: The enjoyment of music. Αθήνα: Fagotto

Spruce, G. (επιμ.) (2002). Teaching music in secondary schools: a reader. London: Routledge

Swanwick, K. (1991). Music, Mind, and Education. London: Routledge

Swanwick, K. (1999). Teaching Music Musically. London: Routledge

Παύλου Λ. (2006). Το τουμπελέκι και οι ρυθμοί μέσα από τους χορούς, τα τραγούδια και τους οργανικούς σκοπούς. Άρτα – Αθήνα: Τμήμα Λαϊκής & Παραδοσιακής Μουσικής - Fagotto

Σέργη, Λ. (1994). Προσχολική Μουσική Αγωγή: Η επίδραση της Μουσικής µέσα από τη Διαθεµατική Μέθοδο Διδασκαλίας στην Ανάπτυξη της Προσωπικότητας των Παιδιών. Παιδαγωγική Σειρά. Αθήνα: Gutenberg

Learning Exercises

Composition of music pedagogic proposals. Percussion prosecution.

Teaching Methods

Teaching participation by using supervisory tools. Experiential approaches.

Criteria and Methods of Evaluation

In Theory, writing examination at the end of the semester. In Tutorial, assimilation of music pedagogy methods and constitution of original proposals and course plans. In Workshop, prosecutions’ evaluation.

Teaching Language

Greek

 
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