Sustaining

The project was financed during 2010-2012 as a research based preparation of the new music teacher education. A complete list of finalised project activities are presented on the Project page. The aim of the project was to create sustainable effects, both in the music teacher education and in music education research. From the school year 2011/12 and onward, the course designs that were developed during the project have been implemented and further developed in praxis.  Examples from this sustaining period are for example the creative assessment form  Ed-talks in the course “Doing and presenting research” and the students’ pitches in the course “Learning and leadership in school”.

Publications related to the project:

Houmann, A., & Saether, E. (2014). Using a survey on creativities as reflective practice and for reforming practice in music teacher education. In P. Burnard (Ed.), Developing creativities in higher music education. International perspectives and practices. London: Routledge http://www.bokus.com/bok/9780415709941/developing-creativities-in-higher-music-education/

Houmann, A. (in press). Nyckeln till livsvärlden och musiklärares upplevelse av handlingsutrymme. [The key to the life world and music teachers' experience of discretionary power]. In A. Persson & R. Johansson (Eds.), Forskarperspektiv på kunskap, utbildning och skola – utbildningsvetenskaplig forskning vid Lunds universitet (prel. title). Lund: Institutionen för utbildningsvetenskap, Lunds universitet.

Houmann, A. (in press). Reflection in, about and through creativity: The key to the life world. In The Reflective Music Teacher. European Perspectives on Music Education no 3. European Association for Music in Schools.

Houmann, A. (in press). Rum för kreativitet. [Room for creativity] In Y. Hofvander Trulsson & A. Houmann (Red.), Musik för barns utveckling (prel. title). Lund: Studentlitteratur.

Houmann, A. (Manuscript in preparation). Visualising the spaces between us: using model making to explore social interaction. A chapter in Liora Bresler (Ed.), Lessons from the Arts. Perspectives in Music Education no ?. Malmö: Malmö Academy of Music, Lund University.

Saether, E. (2013). The art of stepping outside comfort zones: Intercultural collaborative learning in higher music education. In H. Westerlund & H. Gaunt (Eds.), Collaborative Learning in higher music edcuation: Why, what and how? (pp. 37-48). London: Ashgate. http://www.bokus.com/bok/9781409446828/collaborative-learning-in-higher-music-education/

Sæther, E. (2013). “Please, give me space”: Findings and implications of the GLOMUS Intercultural Music Camp, Ghana 2011. Music Education Research MER. DOI: 10.1080/14613808.2013.851662.

Saether, E. (2014). Didaktiska irritationer i musiklärarutbildning – om kulturmöten och beredskap för pedagogisk utveckling. In A. Persson & R. Johansson (Eds.), Vetenskapliga perspektiv på lärande, undervisning och utbildning i olika institutionella sammanhang – utbildningsvetenskaplig forskning vid Lunds universitet (pp. 413-428). Lund: Institutionen för utbildningsvetenskap, Lunds universitet.

Saether, E. (Manuscript in preparation). Exploring musical research sensibilities. In L. Bresler (Ed.) Beyond methods: Lessons from the arts to research methodology (pp. x-x). Perspectives in Music Education nr 10. Malmö: Musikhögskolan i Malmö.

Konferenser relaterade till projektet:

“Kreativitet och kreativa lärmiljöer”. [Creativity and creative learning environments] Föreläsning för Kulturens Bildningsverksamhet, Malmö 2013, 7/11. (Anna Houmann)

“Kreativa och konstnärligt inspirerade metoder för reflektionsarbete i skrift och tanke – konsten att skriva ett självständigt arbete”. [Creative and arts based methods for reflective writing and thinking - the art of writing a research essay]. Lunds Universitets utvecklingskonferens 2013, 24/10. (Anna Houmann & Eva Saether)

“Kreativa lärmiljöer – vad är det?”. [Creative learning environments?] Föreläsning. Den kreativa processen, fortbildningsdag på Skissernas Museum i Lund 2013, 2/10. (Anna Houmann)

“Musik i framtidens förskola”. [Music in preschool of the future]. Faciliterare för Open Space Technology vid Rösträttskonferensen i Malmö 2013, 23/8. (Anna Houmann)

“Kreativa lärmiljöer – vad är det?”. [Creative learning environments?] Föreläsning vid Nationella Estetiska Kongressen 2013 i Helsingborg, 14/4-2013. (Anna Houmann)

“Reflections on, in and through creativities – transcending boundaries in higher education”.  Workshop.  21st EAS Conference, Leuven, ISME European Regional Conference “The Reflective Music Teacher”, 14/2, 2013. (Anna Houmann & Eva Saether)

“Open Space Technology. Hur skapar vi en kreativ lärmiljö för studenter och lärare?”. [Open Space Technology. How do we facilitate a creative learning environment for students and teachers?] Föreläsning/Workshop. Fortbildning för lärare vid Malmö Högskola, Malmö 2012, 21/8. (Anna Houmann)

“Creativity, Nostalgia and Engagement – Three approaches to music education in a multicultural town in Sweden”. Keynote vid Sibeliusakademin. Teaching music in a multicultural school – seminar for music teachers. Helsingfors, 23/3, 2012. (Eva Saether)

“Sångskatten – från ‘Mors lilla Olle’ till ‘Manboy’”. [The song treasure - from Mors lilla Olle to Manboy]. Faciliterare för Open Space Technology vid Rösträttskonferensen i Malmö 2012, 9/3. (Anna Houmann)

“Creativities in Practice: Shaping the teaching and learning of music creatively.” Symposium/Workshop vid konferensen musiclearninglive!2012, Institute of Education, London, 13/3, 2012. (Anna Houmann & Eva Saether)

“Open Space Technology. Hur skapar vi en kreativ lärmiljö för studenter och lärare?”. [Open Space Technology. How do we facilitate a creative learning environment for students and teachers?] Föreläsning/Workshop. Fortbildning för lärare vid Malmö Högskola, Malmö 2011, 25/8. (Anna Houmann)

“Development of creative didactics in music teacher education: Report on innovating the teacher education program at the Malmö Academy of Music, Lund University”. Cambridge symposium. Creativities: Transcending Boundaries in Higher Music Education (HME). University of Cambridge, Faculty of Education, 20/6, 2011. (Anna Houmann & Eva Saether)

“Intercultural creativity: Using cultural meetings as a prompting force for creative learning and change.”. Invited presentation for the conference “The arts and global dialogue”, 8/3, 2011, Oslo National Academy of the Arts. (Eva Saether)

”Creativities transcending boundaries.”  A research and activity based project at Malmö Academy of Music, aiming at transforming the music teacher education. Nordic working seminar on the research on music teacher education i Oslo, 6/12-2010. (Anna Houmann & Eva Saether)

“Kreativa lärmiljöer”. [Creative learning environments]. Föreläsning vid Musikpedagog 2010 i Stockholm, 2/11-2010. (Anna Houmann & Eva Saether)

Fortsatt forskning:

Projektbidrag för forskning söks kontinuerligt.

”Creative spaces are more likely to be found on the edges of rooms than in the middle…” (Burke, 2007, s. 39)

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