Music Technology in Education – Channeling and Challenging Perspectives (Heftet)

Serie: MusPed:Research 1

Forfatter:

Øyvind Johan Eiksund, Elin Angelo og Jens Knigge (red.)

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Innbinding: Heftet
Utgivelsesår: 2020
Antall sider: 284
Forlag: Cappelen Damm Akademisk
Språk/målform: Flerspråklig
Serie:
Serienummer: 1
ISBN: 9788202684747
Kategori: Pedagogikk og lærerutdanning og Pedagogikk
Fag: Pedagogikk
Nivå: Akademisk
Om utgivelsen Music Technology in Education – Channeling and Challenging Perspectives

This anthology presents research projects that examine the intersection between music, technology and education from a variety of perspectives. The contributors are from a range of educational programs within traditional pre-, primary and lower secondary school education, as well as music performance and technology educational programs. Data for the studies stems from primary and lower secondary school, as well as informal learning environments, in addition to the contributors’ respective education programs. The research projects examine a wide range of topics such as gamification of ukulele and song teaching, composition with iPads in the classroom, live looping as an approach to ensemble conducting, authentic music technology learning spaces, music-making in the “laptop-era”, sound, the notion of net-based presence, and challenges in higher electronic music education. As this anthology is the first publication in the MusPed:Research series, it also contains an introductory chapter about the series and the research network Musikkpedagogikk i utdanning (MiU). This anthology makes a distinct contribution to the research field of music technology in education and questions educational practices in the school and higher educational levels, the goals and content of music education, and our understanding of music and music creation in itself.

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Forfatter(e)

Øyvind Johan Eiksund (PhD) is associate professor of music at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Teacher Education. His research interests include music technology, community and amateur music, music sociology, and choir and songrelated research. Further information: https://www.ntnu.edu/employees/oyvind.j.eiksund

Elin Angelo er professor i musikkpedagogikk ved Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet – NTNU, Institutt for lærerutdanning. Hun har bakgrunn fra det kulturskolerelaterte feltet som musiker, pedagog og forsker. Som musiker har hun hatt engasjementer i forsvarets musikk, symfoniorkester og prosjekter, som pedagog har hun erfaring fra kulturskole, grunnskole, videregående skole, barnehage, korps og kor. Hun har siden 2002 vært ansatt som musikkpedagog og forskerutdanner i lærerutdanningen, og underviser og veileder i dag i musikk- og kunstpedagogiske emner, forskningsmetode og vitenskapsteori på bachelor-, master- og ph.d.-nivå.

Jens Knigge (Dr. phil) is professor of music education at Nord University, Faculty of Education and Arts, Campus Levanger. His research interests include music teacher education, musical competency development, and psychological aspects of musical teaching and learning. Further information: http://jensknigge.info

Eirik Askerøi (PhD) is associate professor of music at Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences (HINN), Department of Arts and Cultural Studies. His research interests include popular music, production aesthetics, recording history, music education and children’s music. Further information: https://eng.inn.no/about-inn university/employees/eirik-askeroi

Robin Støckert is an assistant professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Mathematical Sciences. His research interests are within music technology, cross campus education and future learning spaces. Further information: https://www.ntnu.no/ansatte/robin.stockert

Andreas Bergsland (PhD) is associate professor at the Music Technology Group, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Music. His research interests are interactive dance, music and movement, electroacoustic music, and inclusive music technology. Further information at: http://folk.ntnu.no/andbe/

Anna Xambó (PhD) is senior lecturer in music and audio technology at De Montfort University (DMU) and member of Music, Technology and Innovation – Institute of Sonic Creativity (MTI^2). Her research interests focus on sound and music computing, new interfaces for music performance, and HCI/CSCW for music performance. Further information: http://annaxambo.me

Thomas Nguyen is assistant professor of music at Queen Maud College of Early Childhood Education (DMMH). His research interests include music education, music psychology, music composition, music technology, music theory, and music history. Further information: https://dmmh.no/om-dmmh/ansatte/thomas-nguyen.

Ola Buan Øien is associate professor of music at Nord University, Faculty of Education and Arts. He is also a candidate in the program for PhD in the study of professional practice at Nord University. His research interests include higher music education, music teacher education, musical leadership, arts-based research and music technology. Further information: https://www.nord.no/no/ansatte/ola-buan-oeien

Andreas Waaler Røshol is PhD research fellow and program leader for the bachelor in electronic music at the University of Agder (UiA), department of popular music. His research focuses on the creative practice of contemporary popular music-making from a pedagogical and artistic perspective. Further information: https://www.uia.no/en/kk/profile/andrwr13

Eirik Sørbø is a PhD research fellow at the Department of Popular Music at the University of Agder in Norway. His research interests include higher music education, music technology, music pedagogy, critical pedagogy, and subjectification in popular music education. Further information: https://www.uia.no/kk/profil/eiriks05

Egil Reistadbakk is assistant professor of music at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Teacher Education. His research interests include music technology, popular music pedagogies,
aesthetic approaches to learning, and digital performance. Further information: https://www.ntnu.edu/employees/egil.reistadbakk

Bjørn-Terje Bandlien (PhD) is associate professor of music at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Teacher Education. His research interests include music learning and teaching, music technology in music education, pupils’ composing music, design theory and performative inquiry. Further information: https://www.ntnu.no/ansatte/bjorn.t.bandlien

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