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Type of publication: journal article
Author(s): Rauduvaitė, Asta
Title: Muzikinio ugdymo tobulinimas taikant inovatyvius metodus
Other Title: Improvement of music education employing innovative methods
Is part of: Pedagogika, 2014, t. 113, nr. 1, p. 100–111
Date: 2014
Keywords: Inovatyvūs metodai;Vertybinės nuostatos;Populiarioji muzika;Innovative methods;Value-based principles;Popular music
Abstract: Straipsnyje aptariamos muzikinio ugdymo tobulinimo galimybės taikant inova-tyvius asmeninės prasmės ir emocinio imitavimo metodus: pagrindžiamas šio proceso aktua-lumas plėtojant jaunesniojo mokyklinio amžiaus mokinių vertybines nuostatas bei integruojant populiariąją muziką pedagoginės minties raidos teorijų kontekste, remiantis tyrimo rezultatais aptariamos mokinių muzikinės veiklos, vertybinių nuostatų formavimosi sąsajos, tobulinimo galimybės šiandienos mokykloje
The article discusses possibilities for improvement of music education employing innovative methods of personal meaning and emotional imitation: the topicality of this process while developing value-based attitudes of junior school age children and integrating popular music in the context of theories of pedagogical thought development is substantiated, following the results of the research, the links of school students’ music activities and formation of value-based principles are discussed as well as possibilities for music education improvement in a contemporary school. On the basis of scientific literature analysis, education at present is perceived as an integral process of constant change and continuity, which is purposefully directed towards improvement of relations of an individual with the surrounding world. History of human culture and accumulated pedagogical experience serve as foundation for general music education today, for linking of past and present values of music culture as well as for their nurturance. A considerable number of researchers in general pedagogy tend to ascribe a very important educative function to music but the role of popular music, as a modern cultural phenomenon, remains unrevealed. The conducted research allows to conclude that striving for improvement of content of traditional music education, the methods of personal meaning and emotional imitation are acceptable to develop value-based principles of junior school children through integration.
Appears in Collections:Pedagogika / Pedagogy 2014 t. 113, nr. 1

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