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AutorFung, Annabella
TitelImplications of a Culturally Rich and Linguistically Diverse Musical Life for Music Teaching and Learning
QuelleIn: Australian Journal of Music Education, 50 (2016) 2, S.3-14 (12 Seiten)
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Spracheenglisch
Dokumenttypgedruckt; online; Zeitschriftenaufsatz
ISSN0004-9484
SchlagwörterMusic Education; Ethnography; Musicians; Music Activities; Executive Function; Teaching Methods; Foreign Countries; Social Influences; Cultural Influences; Asian Culture; Music Teachers; Confucianism; Australia; Macau
AbstractI am a Chinese-Australian musician-educator of over three decades. In this autoethnography, I act as an agent of change by presenting my life as a social project. This assists understanding of a larger relational, communal and political world that moves us to critical engagement, social action and change. Evolutionary psychology asserts that language has evolved from the use of music. Empirical research maintains that children who start learning music early become better learners of languages. Music psychologists argue that music education is crucial in identity construction. Being a multi-lingual, multi-instrumental, and multi-occupational individual, I consider myself primarily a musician. My various identities in music as pianist-accompanist, singer, choral conductor, composer, and dance instructor informed and shaped my other identities as psychotherapist, interpreter-translator, author, teacher and academic researcher. The findings of this study suggest that formal/informal musical engagement fosters executive brain functions that determine my learning outcomes. My research contributes to the national debate about the benefits of music in education. It addresses a research gap identified about the effect of musical engagement on identity formation, and learning in other curriculum areas. The findings can assist music advocacy and provide insight to the preparation of future educators for multicultural Australia. (ERIC).
AnmerkungenAustralian Society for Music Education. P.O. Box 5, Parkville, Victoria 3052, Australia. Tel: +61-3-9925-7807; e-mail: publications@asme.edu.au; Web site: http://www.asme.edu.au
Erfasst vonERIC (Education Resources Information Center), Washington, DC
Update2018/2/04
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