Multiculturality and Variation of Music Education Task in the Compulsory Education

By:
Doctora María Angustias Ortiz Molina,
Dr. Almudena Ocaña Fernández
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The aims of this work have been designed thinking that the educational centres are the proper place to teach to coexist in values such as respect, tolerance and solidarity, which is only possible if we establish a procedure where everyone is able to contribute and this contribution is the exchange subject and critical assessment. The objectives we are proposing refer to schooling, the starting of educational models dealing with the compromise of multiculturality, the teaching and learning of the Spanish language and the mother tongue language, and the widespread of the democratic values within the educational community, because we are taking as a starting hypothesis the idea that the modification and adaptation of the curricular tasks within the compulsory school are the necessary paths for the integration of students who are culturally and ethnically differentiated; hence we propound the intercultural socialisation and coexistence of all the collectives in our society.

In the Research Group in which we are developing this Work, the HUM-742 Didactics Educational Development in the Andalusian Community (D.E.Di.C.A), there are involved teachers, Lecturers and Professors of different educational levels: Primary Education, Secondary Education and the university level and, in addition, the members of the Group are working in diverse curricular areas.

We are Professor and Lecturer respectively in the University of Granada (Spain); we belong to the Music Expression Didactics Area and though the work broadly defined is the same for all areas, each of them has its own Applications and Practic Proposals. Furthermore we present the work over Didactics Concerts with Primary Education students done by the "Teacher Specialist in Music Education Degree" students who were doing their Practicum II subject of Music Education, directed by Lecturer Almudena Ocaña Fernández and co-ordinated by Professor Dr María Angustias Ortiz.


Keywords: Research Work, Educational Centres, Values, Schooling, Interculturality, Music Education, Practic Proposals
Stream: Community, Culture, Globalisation
Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation in English
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Doctora María Angustias Ortiz Molina

Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación (Universidad de Granada), Departamento de Didáctica de la Expresión Musical, Plástica y Corporal (Área de Didáctica de la Expresión Musical), Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación (Universidad de Granada)
Spain

María Angustias Ortiz Molina is Universitary School Professor on Music Expression Didactics in the University of Granada, and teaches at the Faculty of Educational Sciences. She took her superior studies in the same University, obtaining a diploma in B.G.E., a LL.B. in History of Art and the Ph.D. in History of Art with the unanimously higher mark of Aptum cum Laude. She is also Piano Superior Professor. She has taken part as an active collaborator in two different Researching Groups: Recovery of the Andalusian Music Patrimony (HUM-263) and Curriculum Researching and Teachers Improvement (HUM-267) and nowadays she is head of the Researching Group Educational Development of Didactics in the Andalusian Community (D.E.Di.C.A.) (HUM-742). She carries her main teaching activity out in the Faculty of Educational Sciences of the University of Granada (Spain), where she teaching the subjects: Musical Language, Musical Melody and Rhythm and their Didactics, Musical Education and its Teaching-Learning difficulties, and she also co-ordinates the Musical Education Practicum II. As a Professor, she has taken part in diverse specialisation courses, so much national as international, within her knowledge area, and she has delivered papers to national and international congresses and symposia. She has also been Lecturer in various Ph.D. courses in the Universities of Granada (Spain), Córdoba (Spain) and Cienfuegos (Cuba), and in some Postgraduate courses in Cienfuegos (Cuba), Oxford (U.K.) and Coimbra (Portugal). She has around 50 publications between books, articles and papers delivered to national and international congresses.

Dr. Almudena Ocaña Fernández

Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación (Universidad de Granada), Departamento de Didáctica de la Expresión Musical, Plástica y Corporal (Área de Didáctica de la Expresión Musical), Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación (Universidad de Granada)
Spain

Almudena Ocaña Fernández is Universitary School Professor on Music Expression Didactics in the University of Granada, and teaches at the Faculty of Educational Sciences. She took her studies of Music Teacher in the University of Granada and she obtained the Extraordinary Prize in the End of the Degree to the best Expedient Record in the course 1999-2000. Also she is Piano Professor and LL.B in History and Science of Music (Musicology) by this University where she are doing her Ph.D. She is taking part as an active collaborator in the Researching Group Educational Development of didactics in the Andalusian Community (D.E.Di.C.A) (HUM- 742). She has participate in diverse specialisation courses, so much national as international, within her knowledge area, and she has delivered papers to national and international congresses and symposia. She has several publications between books, articles and lectures about utility of Music Education to get a complete development in the children of the Primary School and the intercultural coexistence in the multicultural classrooms. She carries her main teaching activity out in the Faculty of Educational Sciences of the University of Granada (Spain), where she teaching the subjects: Music Education and Difficulties of Teaching and Learning; Music Education in the Special Education; The Melodic and Rhythm and their Didactics.

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