Introduction to a Model of ‘Reflexive Positionality’
Lock, Gerhard (2014). Introduction to a Model of ‘Reflexive Positionality’. In: Thomas De Baets, Thade Buchborn (Ed.). The Reflective Music Teacher (41−56).. Esslingen a. Neckar: Helbling . (EAS European Perspectives on Music Education; 3).
The Reflective Music Teacher
Thomas De Baets, Thade Buchborn
Esslingen a. Neckar
EAS European Perspectives on Music Education
3.2. Artiklid/peatükid lisas mitte loetletud kirjastuste välja antud kogumikes
Editors' E-mail 05.05.2013: Hereby we officially want to invite you to write your article for the book “The Reflective Music Teacher”, the third volume of the EAS-series “European Perspectives on Music Education”. We will include your article in the chapter 1 "Theoretical Perspectives". The EAS European Association for Music in Schools The music educators – teachers, artists, scientists – for whom the EAS serves as a platform, are committed to developing and improving music education throughout the countries of Europe. The EAS in the network of music education in Europe. The activity of the EAS is integrated into a multifaceted network of initiatives, associations and projects related to music education inside and outside Europe. The self-conception of the EAS is consistent with the UNESCO. So the EAS is standing for an active exchange and dialogue of cultures, based on respect for the diversity and difference in cultural traditions. EAS is the European co-operation partner of ISME, of EMC and is significantly involved in the implementation of „meNet". Käesoleva artikli autor on EASi liige.
philosophical anthropology of the senses, Critical Pedagogy of Music Education, inside and outside music lesson, adolescents' and teachers' reflection, reflective positionality