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Introduction

Girdzijauskienė, R and Stakelum, M (2017) 'Introduction.' In: Girdzijauskienė, R and Stakelum, M, eds. European perspectives on music education 7. Creativity and innovation. Helbling, Innsbruck. ISBN 9783990357514

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Rūta Girdzijauskienė & Mary Stakelum
Introduction

I. MAPPING CONCEPTS OF CREATIVITY IN THE DIVERSITY OF PRACTICE
1. Pamela Burnard
The Imperative and Possibility of Diverse Musical Creativities in Policy and Practice
2. Natassa Economidou Stavrou, Georgia Kyriakidou
The Creative Music Teacher: to Dare or not to Dare?
3. Jo Stijnen, Stijn Vervliet
Beyond the Score: a Socratic Musical Classroom
4. Martin Fautley
The Location of Creativity in Curriculum and Assessment in the Lower Secondary School in England
5. Rūta Girdzijauskienė, Sandra Rimkutė-Jankuvienė
Criteria for Evaluating Creative Output

II. INNOVATIVE WAYS OF LOOKING: CREATIVE TEACHING AND TEACHING FOR CREATIVITY
6. Mary Stakelum
The Business of Music: Creativity and Innovation in the Classroom
7. Michaela Schwarzbauer
Imitation and Variation – Principles Mirroring a Lack of Creativity?
8. Maria B. Spychiger
Teaching toward the Promotion of Students’ Musical Self-Concept
9. Fritz Höfer
Fostering Creativity through Popular Music in Music Education
10. Marina Gall
The Use of Technologies to Support the Musical Development of Young People with Special Educational Needs / Disabilities

III. TOWARDS CREATIVE MUSIC TEACHER EDUCATION
11. Magne Espeland
Improvisation as a Professional Teaching Skill in Music Education
12.Anna Houmann
Do You Expect the Unexpected? Teaching for Creativity Using
13.Jon Helge Sætre
Music Teacher Education: a Matter of Preservation or Innovation?
Pedagogical Creative Improvisation
14.Ellen de Vugt
The Bumpy Road. The Generalist Student Teacher Guiding Musical Creative Processes
15.Margarete Stumpfögger
Preparing Musicians to Create Music with Children in Schools. Professional Training in the French CFMI as a Practical Approach to Understanding and Enhancing Music Made by Children

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Date Deposited: 11 May 2017 11:16
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