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This learning method is most often used by teachers in conducting history lessons during the Covid-19 pandemic. This study represents a Froebelian exploration of the benefits for children attending Birmingham Children’s Hospital in participating in Ex Cathedra’s Singing Medicine project. The aim of the study was to identify children's uses of and responses to apps in terms of their play and creativity.

Mε τις κοινωνικές συνθήκες που επικρατούν στην Ελλάδα καθώς και σε όλες τις Ευρωπαϊκές χώρες τα τελευταία χρόνια, η διαπολιτισμική εκπαίδευση είναι προϋπόθεση για τη δημιουργία καλού παιδαγωγικού κλίματος στην τάξη.

Not surprisingly, home musical interactions have been shown to play a supportive role to other learning goals (e. This article discusses findings from a survey undertaken in a working-class community in the north of England which aimed to identify the ‘emergent techno-literacy’ practices of a group of 44 children aged between two and a half and four years of age.

The paper contributes to the actualization of Serbian traditional folk lullabies, and their greater representation in music education literature and practice. Singing in early childhood settings is a widespread practice, identified in a variety of studies (e. It is situated in the broader intellectual attempt to understand the complex relationship between globalization, education policymaking, and pedagogical practices. Novel findings from this study highlighted the distinctive nature of these young children’s musical experiences and development within the Chinese diaspora in London and raised awareness of the diverse nature of the musical environment of children before formal education. In the exploratory stage, twenty Chinese mothers were interviewed individually to investigate their musical biographies and values, and their children’s musical engagement in the family.Mualem and Klein (2013) demonstrated that mothers and infants engaging in quality musical interactions maintain longer periods of physical contact and eye contact and show more frequent signs of positive emotions. The Chinese identity held by these families informed daily music and language exposure for these young children. Tα μουσικά παιχνίδια που παίζουν τα παιδιά στον ελεύθερο χρόνο τους αποτελούν ένα πολύ πρόσφατο ερευνητικό πεδίο, το οποίο έχει αναπτυχθεί σε ορισμένες χώρες της Ευρώπης και της Αφρικής, καθώς και στην Αυστραλία και στην Αμερική (K. There has been rapid growth in the Chinese population in the UK over the last three decades, yet little is known about of the nature and significance of the diaspora in young children’s musical development. It considers parental views of how listening to and making music can shape the mood and behaviours of their child and their relationship.

In short, oral mother goose songs are far better in developing a bond between mother and child as compared to animated mother goose songs. Pupils who have a playlist have a greater intrinsic and extrinsic motivation to listen to music, and extrinsic motivation to sing. Recently, day-long at-home recordings have shown that infants are frequently exposed to live and recorded music, that the distribution of sources of music input is not uniform, and that critical features of music input impact singing development (Costa-Giomi and Benetti, 2020; Mendoza and Fausey, 2021a). We discuss the use of new technologies for the study of singing development in infancy; such technologies facilitate the collection of spontaneous vocalizations that may go unnoticed by parents and make it possible to trace connections between music environment opportunities and specific singing outcomes in infants. We listened to the audio file and identified instances in which his unprompted vocalizations resembled songs he had heard earlier.Considerations for the use of popular music in everyday life and implications for music education are provided. Young (2008) reported on the significance that attending external groups had on the musical repertoire parents were using at home, suggesting that parents may be "relying heavily on baby and toddler groups to learn the song and rhyme repertoire they use at home" (Young, 2008, 39).

Young (2008) adds the dimension of listening to singing in her interview study exploring the everyday musical experiences of 88 mothers of infants at home. A fundamental problem has been the lack of a clear definition of what constitutes “general musicality” or “musical ability” in infants and toddlers, resulting in a wide range of test procedures that rely on different models of musicality.Through this paper, we provide a vicarious experience that will enable the reader to understand our findings and raise new questions and interpretations.



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