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master's thesis
Teaching music in the first three grades in European countries

Marina Stuhli (2015)
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TitleNastava glazbe u prvim trima razredima osnovne škole u europskim državama
AuthorMarina Stuhli
Mentor(s)Jasna Šulentić Begić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Nastava glazbe obvezan je predmet u prvim trima razredima osnovne škole u svim europskim državama. Ovaj rad prikazuje nastavu glazbe u jedanaest europskih država (Hrvatska, Slovenija, Mađarska, Italija, Njemačka, Austrija, Francuska, Švedska, Finska, Irska i Engleska). Nastava glazbe prikazana je prema sljedećim karakteristikama: kako je organiziran sustav odgoja i obrazovanja, kolika je satnica nastave glazbe, je li nastava glazbe u okviru nekog područja ili je samostalan predmet, koja su joj nastavna područja, ciljeve i zadatke nastave glazbe, tko izvodi nastavu glazbe u prvim trima razreda osnovne škole i gdje se školuju ti učitelji. Analizom pedagoške dokumentacije spoznali smo da je u većini država nastava glazbe samostalan predmet s tjednom satnicom od jednog ili dva sata. Nastavu glazbe većinom izvode učitelji primarnog obrazovanja, a u nekim državama specijalizirani učitelji i profesionalni glazbenici. Glazbena nastava u većini se država temelji na modelu aktivnog muziciranja.
Keywordsmusic education elementary school the first three grades european countries
Parallel title (English)Teaching music in the first three grades in European countries
GranterSveučilište Josipa Jurja Strossmayera u Osijeku
Fakultet za odgojne i obrazovne znanosti
Lower level organizational unitsOdsjek za umjetnička područja
PlaceOsijek
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineFIELD OF ART
Art of Music
Music Education
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelintegrated undergraduate and graduate
Study programmeTeacher Education
Academic title abbreviationMag.prim.educ.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2015-06-30
Parallel abstract (English)
Music education is a compulsory subject in the first three grades of elementary school in all european conutries. This paper presents the organization of music education in eleven European countries (Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Germany, Austria, France, Sweden, Finland, Ireland and England). Music education is presented according to following characteristics: the organization of the education system, what is the timetable provided for music education, is that subject independent or a part of wider area, what areas of study are present in that subject, objectives and tasks of the music education, who is a teacher of music and their education. The analysis of the pedagogical documentation brings us to the conclusion that in the most countries music education is an independent subject taught for one or two hours per week. Primary education teachers are the most common type of teacher in music education with exception of specialized teachers and professional musicians in some countries. In almost all countries the music education is based on a model of active music making.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)nastava glazbe osnovna škola prva tri razreda europske države
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URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:141:809377
CommitterJosipa Zetović