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Music Teaching in Croatian Compulsory Schools

Vidulin, Sabina; Matoš, Nikolina; Čorić, Ana
Music Teaching in Croatian Compulsory Schools // 44th AEC annual congress and general assembly "Leadership in the Arts, the Arts of Leadership"
Zagreb, Hrvatska, 2017. str. 21-22 (predavanje, podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, sažetak, ostalo)

Music Teaching in Croatian Compulsory Schools

Vidulin, Sabina ; Matoš, Nikolina ; Čorić, Ana

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, ostalo

44th AEC annual congress and general assembly "Leadership in the Arts, the Arts of Leadership"

Mjesto i datum
Zagreb, Hrvatska, 9-11.11.2017

Vrsta sudjelovanja

Vrsta recenzije
Podatak o recenziji nije dostupan

Ključne riječi
Civic education, compulsory school, curriculum proposals, open model, regular music lesson

Music teaching in Croatia has been marked by numerous proposals in order to modernize it. Methods, strategies, concepts and contents were explored. As a result of practitioners’ and scientists’ musical-pedagogical endeavours, since 2006 music teaching in compulsory school is being conducted according to the so-called open model. The mandatory area is listen to music with musical literature elaboration, while other areas, such as singing, playing, music making etc. are elective. The openness is also reflected in approaching music from teachers’ and students’ position, in using appropriate teaching technology, work materials, contents. Although the open model contributed to the appreciation of the value and role of art music in shaping student’s identity, in greater attention to different kind of musicianship, its disadvantages are noticeable, so the question about how to organize the music teaching, is actual once again. The open model of music education is deepened by a new curriculum proposal which will enter its experimental phase in 2018. Curriculum introduces a new strand dedicated to music in context, in order to connect the art of music with the real world. By linking the context of music to their own listening experience, students will learn about the multiple roles, applications, and appearances of music, as well as the various possibilities of its production and reproduction. Students will also have the opportunity to grab deeper into the world of some music genres and/or into the music of distant cultures. Along with obligatory use of ICT, the principles outlined in the document emphasize the importance of intercultural and civic education. Civic education, as cross-curricular subject, can be a perfect opportunity for creativity in music classroom. Nevertheless, many teachers don’t implement it in their practice, mainly because of the lack of their own civic competences. Thus, developing civic literacy in higher education system has a crucial role in developing music educator’s identity. One of the possibilities of development will be shown as a good practice example from Croatian music academies. Through lectures, practice and extracurricular activities, music educators learn how to implement civic learning in compulsory school system and develop contents for subject curricula.

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