Utdanning i kunstfag: Samarbeid, kvalitet og spenninger av Bjørn-Terje Bandlien, Ingvild Olsen Olaussen, Mari-Ann Letnes og Elin Angelo (Open Access)
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Utdanning i kunstfag: Samarbeid, kvalitet og spenninger (Open Access)

Serie: MusPed:Research 

Forfatter:

Bjørn-Terje Bandlien, Ingvild Olsen Olaussen, Mari-Ann Letnes og Elin Angelo

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Innbinding: Open Access
Utgivelsesår: 2021
Kopibeskyttelse: Vannmerket
Forlag: Cappelen Damm Akademisk
Språk/målform: Bokmål
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ISBN: 9788202716349
Kategori: Estetiske fag og Praktisk-estetiske fag
Filformater: HTML, PDF
Lisenstype: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Fagfellevurdert: Ja
Fag: Estetiske fag, Praktisk-estetiske fag
Nivå: Akademisk
Om utgivelsen Utdanning i kunstfag: Samarbeid, kvalitet og spenninger

Denne antologien presenterer forskningsprosjekter som undersøker kvaliteter og spenninger i ulike former for samarbeid om utdanning i og mellom forskjellige kunstfag, kunstformer og utdanninger. Bidragsyterne er lærere, ledere og forskere fra kulturskole, grunnskole og barnehage, samt disse skoleslagenes lærerutdanninger. Datamateriale for studiene er samlet innenfor disse skoleslagene og i samarbeidsprosjekter mellom dem. Forskningsprosjektene undersøker en rekke temaer, slik som kulturskolens eksterne og interne samarbeidskonstellasjoner, mangfold, trivsel, spenninger og motsetninger ved samarbeid mellom kulturskole og grunnskole, møter mellom ulike kunstsyn i praksisfeltet, tyske musikkskolelæreres utfordringer i møte med musikkundervisning i grunnskolen, samarbeid mellom studenter og barn om produksjon av musikkteater, statistisk beskrivelse av valgfaget Produksjon for scene, undersøkelser om hvordan performative og transformative pedagogiske praksiser med blant annet motstand, forstyrrelser og overskridelser som sentrale elementer, kan åpne for forståelser av ulikhet og det underlige. Antologien inneholder også en oversikt over den omfattende forskningen om samarbeid mellom musikkskole og grunnskole i Tyskland knyttet til prosjektet Jedem Kind ein Instrument.

Antologien gir særlig et bidrag til forskning hvor kulturskolen er et omdreiningspunkt, siden kulturskolen står i så mange ulike samarbeidskonstellasjoner. Ideen om antologien ble unnfanget i et musikkpedagogisk forskningsmiljø som i trå med fokuset på samarbeid, ønsket å omfavne bredden av ulike kunstfag, kunstformer og utdanninger.

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Forfatter(e)

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

Ingvild Olsen Olaussen (PhD) is associate professor in drama and theater at Queen Maud University College of early Childhood education (QMUC), Her research interests include storytelling, multimodal perspectives, artistic and bodily approaches to learning and interaction. Further information: https://intranett.dmmh.no/min-side

Mari-Ann Letnes is Ph.D and Associate professor at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Teacher Education. Her research interests include digital technology in pedagogical practice both in kindergarten, school, and teacher education. Further information https://www.ntnu.edu/employees/mari.ann.letnes

Elin Angelo (PhD) is professor of music education at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Teacher Education/Department of Music, and visiting professor at Nord University,Faculty of Education and Arts. Her research interests include music teacher education, higher music educationand music and art school-related research. Further information: https://www.ntnu.edu/employees/elin.angelo

Anne Berit Emstad (PhD) is professor in educational leadership, and a innovation manager at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Teacher Education. The Innovation Manager’s most important responsibility is to realize more of the innovation potential in research and research collaboration. Emstads research interests includes educational leadership, leadership by learning, leading teachers learning, school development, schoolbased evaluation, newly educated teachers, and music and art school-related research. Further information: https://www.ntnu.edu/employees/anne.emstad

Morten Krogstad Strand is principal at a primary school in Trondheim, and he also works as an assistant professor at The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, The Department of Teacher Education. At the university he teaches and researches in the field of school management and leadership, with a particular focus on professional learning communities with school leaders. https://www.ntnu.no/ansatte/morten.k.strand

Anna Sterud Hellandsvik is a professional dancer and choreographer, and a dance teacher at Stjørdal kulturskole. Her research interests include dance education, kulturskole-related research, the art teacher professionalism and leadership.
https://www.stjordalkulturskole.no/om-oss/vare-laerere/?spwiteacherid=2970

Anne Haugland Balsnes (PhD) is professor of music at University of Agder (UiA), Department of Classical Music and Music Education. Her research interests include singing in choral, educational and religious contexts and music and health. Further information: https://www.uia.no/kk/profil/annehb

Jorun Christensen is associate professor of music at University of Agder (UiA), Department of Classical Music and Music Education. She teaches ear training and music didactics and music pedagogy.
Further information: https://www.uia.no/kk/profil/jorunc

Kåre Hauge (PhD) is associate professor in pedagogy at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Teacher Education. His research interest include teachers professional development and learning, school development, dialogues and collective processes and is concerned with the concepts of teaching and learning. Further information: https://ntnu.edu/employees/kare.hauge

Jenny Elise Øyen (MA) is currently working as a primary teacher. She delivered her Master’s Thesis on a interdisciplinary cooperation between a primary teacher and a teacher in visual art at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in 2020. Further information: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jenny-Elise-Oyen

Gry O. Ulrichsen is PhD-fellow in art and craft/visual art education at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Teacher Education. Her research interests include whiteness and de/coloniality within Nordic community schools of music and art, and collaborative, participatory and socially engaged practices in the fields of art, art education and research. Further information: https://www.ntnu.no/ansatte/gry.o.ulrichsen

Ulrike Kranefeld (Dr. phil.) is professor of music education at TU Dortmund University, Institute of Music and Musicology. Her research interests include music teacher education, composing in schools and video-based classroom research. Further information: https://www.musik.tu-dortmund.de/institut/personen/professorinnen-und-professoren/univ-prof-dr-phil-ulrike-kranefeld/

Lene Helland Rønningen is associate professor of Drama and Theatre Studies at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Art and Media Studies. Her research interests include theatre for young audiences (TYA), devised theatre and educational drama. She also works as the artistic director of Fabularium Produksjoner, where she produces and directs theatre for young audiences. Further information: www.fabularium.no , Lene Helland Rønningen - NTNU

Solveig Salthammer Kolaas is associate professor of music at Nord University, Faculty of Education and Arts. She is also a candidate in the program for PhD in the study of professional practice at Nord University. Her research interests include music and art school-related research, productions for stage, musical theatre, co-art learning and aesthetic learning. Further information:https://www.nord.no/en/employees/solveig-salthammer-kolaas

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

B. Solveig Fretheim is an Associate professor in music at Nord University, Faculty of Education and Arts. Her fields of teaching and research interests involve philosophy of music education, transdisciplinary work, collaborative and creative teaching methods, voice, gender and the arts. Lately, special attention has been given to narrative inquiry and autoethnographic research. Further information: https://www.nord.no/no/ansatte/bjoerg-solveig-fretheim

Kathrine Fosshei is an Assistant professor in literature science at Nord university, Faculty of Education and Arts. Her fields of teaching and research interests include children’s literature and critical pedagogy, aesthetic teaching methods, arts-based research, cross-disciplinary work, narrative inquiry and autoethnographic research. Further information: https://www.nord.no/no/ansatte/kathrine-fosshei

Rose Martin (PhD) is Professor of Arts Education with a focus on Dance and Multiculturalism at Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Department of Teacher Education, and Professor II at Nord University, Faculty of Education and Arts. Her research interests include dance education, arts and politics, community arts, and contemporary ethnographic practices. Further information: https://www.ntnu.edu/employees/rosemary.k.martin

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