Conference Agenda

Overview and details of the sessions of this conference. Please select a date or location to show only sessions at that day or location. Please select a single session for detailed view (with abstracts and downloads if available).

 
 
Session Overview
Date: Monday, 22/Mar/2021
5:00pm
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6:00pm
Session about the new EAS regulations
Location: Slot 1
7:00pm
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8:00pm
EAS Board Elections – Meet the Candidates WonderMe-Session
Location: Slot 1
Date: Wednesday, 24/Mar/2021
9:00am
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11:30am
School Visits
Location: Slot 1
Chair: Verena Bons
Chair: Elisabeth Theisohn
2:00pm
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4:00pm
National Coordinators’ Meeting
Location: Slot 1
4:00pm
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5:00pm
A Virtual Guided Tour Through Freiburg
Location: Large Virtual Room
Chair: Johanna Borchert
Chair: Annika Endres
6:00pm
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7:30pm
Opening Ceremony
Location: Large Virtual Room
Chair: Georg Brunner
Chair: Thade Buchborn
Chair: Silke Schmid
8:00pm
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9:00pm
Meet & Greet/Jam-Session/Cocktails
Location: Slot 2
Chair: Jonas Völker
Chair: Johannes Treß
Date: Thursday, 25/Mar/2021
8:45am
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9:00am
Musical Morning Starters
Location: Slot 1
Chair: Jonas Völker
Chair: Annika Endres

A perfect conference day begins with our little musical morning starters – join in!

9:00am
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10:00am
Keynote: Evert Bisschop Boele – “Music is something people (already) do”
Location: Large Virtual Room
Chair: Silke Schmid
10:00am
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10:15am
Coffee Break

Click here to get to get in touch via WonderMe, see the EAS and Waxmann digital book tables, visit our Digital Concert Hall to watch "Music Is What People Do In 2020 & 21"-videos and look at asynchronous poster presentations.

10:15am
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11:15am
Music & Medicine (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 1
Chair: Anna Immerz
 

Singing during Menopause: a systematic review

Mauro B Fiuza, Filipa M.B. La



Musicians' Work-related Injuries: A Current Day Overview

Lucie Florence Jones

Cooperations (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 2
Chair: Wolfgang Lessing
 

Joint project with the Stuttgart Symphony Orchestra "Peter and the Wolf" - Intervention and evaluation study

Georg Brunner



“As a musician I have a social responsibility.” Classical musicians’ aims in practices of Musikvermittlung

Axel Petri-Preis

PRiME Open Space: Cooperation Between Researchers And Practitioners
Location: Slot 3
Chair: Sandra Degen
Chair: Jonas Völker
Music Teacher Training (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 4
Chair: Adri de Vugt
 

Sharing expertise, is what we do

Vivian Knols



Paradoxes of Music Teacher Profession: The Perspective of four European Countries

Rūta Girdzijauskienė, Natassa Economidou Stavrou, Ruth Frischknecht, Helmut Schaumberger

Doctoral Student Forum Presentation
Location: Slot 5
Chair: Andreas Lehmann-Wermser
Chair: Olle Zandén
Helbling Session
Location: Slot 6
Chair: Sezen Ozeke

10:15 Rhythmical Training and Percussion at School (Main Emphasis on Bodypercussion and Everyday Objects)

Gerhard Reiter

10:45 tabDo! Playing With Melodies. An App-supported Path to Musicality

Herbert Schiffels

11:15am
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11:30am
Coffee Break

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11:30am
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12:30pm
SiME (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 1
Chair: JOhann van der Sandt
 

Singing after schooldays - musical (dis-)continuities between secondary and tertiary education for students at the Atelierschule Zürich

Christian Bielefeldt



On having a voice: exploring musical agency in youth choir

Jone Girdzijauskaite

Poster Presentations
Location: Slot 2
 

“I Love Learning, and I’m Very Good at Singing” – Austrian Boys’ Experiences in School Choir

Patrick Kenneth Freer



Moving along with piano “Implementing embodiment activities in group piano teaching”.

Elesa Papakosta Smyri



What remains of music lessons in school? Exploring memories of adults

Sabine Schneider-Binkl



A Qualitative Empirical Investigation of Coordination in a School Wind Band

Aimee Schmidt



Impact of a professional development program on teacher teams in whole class ensembles in Austria

Julia Wieneke



How Do I Deal With "My Inner Music"? Connecting Music Identity And Creative Teaching Methods In The Training Of Primary Education Teachers

Patricia L. Sabbatella



Solfegiciel, a music education software for sight-reading practice

Jean-Julien Filatriau, Michel Lambert



Developing a music app to explore decision making in a composing task

Jonathan Granzow



Digital music teaching: competence-oriented and self-determined (Musikunterricht digital: Kompetenzorientiert und selbstbestimmt -MuDiKoS)

Katharina Horst de Cuestas



Freelance Classical Musicians: A New Professional Identity in the age of Covid-19

Giulia Ripani



Kodály principles in kindergarten and teacher training during COVID-19

Katalin Kovács



Structure and Development of Competencies of Music Students in the Field of Classroom Music

Esther-Marie Verbücheln



The comparisons in a music textbook for 7th grade of the secondary school in Bulgaria

Krasimira Georgieva Fileva-Ruseva



Developing Child-Centered Piano Lessons for the Chinese Preschool Children

Yanfang Chen

Student Forum Presentation
Location: Slot 3
Chair: Andreas Bernhofer
Chair: Bernd Clausen
Chair: Diletta Bibbò
Chair: Lena Widdermann

Student Forum Lead: Bernd Clausen, Diletta Bibbò, Lena Widdermann

Music Teacher Training (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 4
Chair: Franz Niermann
 

Pedagogical Imagination – The Introduction of the Musical Self-Concept into Teacher Training and its Facilitation in Music Lessons

Sabine Mommartz



Coping with diversity: The specific challenges for budding music edcuators in their “master practice” semester and the consequences for music teacher education programs

Wilfried Aigner, Barbara Holy-Kiermayr

AEC/EMU/EAS/MusiQuE Project
Location: Slot 5
Chair: Isolde Malmberg

Speakers: 
Thomas De Baets 
Till Skoruppa 
Stefan Gies 
Natassa Economidou Stavrou 
Marina Gall 
Luc Nijs
Gerhard Sammer 
Gordon Munro



Workshop
Location: Slot 6
Chair: Johanna Borchert

Vocal Playground

Julian Knörzer

12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch

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2:00pm
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3:30pm
Embodiment & Audiation (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 1
Chair: Eva-Maria Tralle
 

Music is what people do with their bodies

Melissa Bremmer, Luc Nijs



"Positive Effects of Movable DO With the Use of Hand Signs on the Development of Singing Ability”

Kastriot Sada



Incongruent melody tones and the emergence of musical humor

Sándor Imre Nagy

Cooperations (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 2
Chair: Olle Zandén
 

“JeKits – An Instrument, Dancing, or Singing for Every Child” – aesthetic experiences, cultural participation, community networking in a large-scale German music education program

Thomas Busch, Andreas Lehmann-Wermser



„Profilklasse“ reloaded – Rethinking spaces, musical scope and curricular connectivity within collaborations of secondary schools and music schools

Carmen Heß, Stephanie Buyken-Hölker



Models for how schools and music services can work together to raise the standard of music in schools and give all children the opportunity to learn an instrument through school music lessons.

Helle Munksgaard Petersen

Digitime –Symposium
Location: Slot 3
Chair: Philipp Ahner
Chair: Michael Ahlers

Comparing curricula regarding digitization and digital technologies in secondary schools

 

Estonia

Gerhard Lock



Switzerland

Daniel Hug, Sabine Chatelain



Austria

Fritz Höfer



Northern Germany

Michael Ahlers



Southern Germany

Philipp Ahner

EAS National Coordinators’ Symposium
Location: Slot 4
Chair: Rūta Girdzijauskienė
 

Discoveries During Pandemic Challenges: Good Practices from European Countries

Nikolaos Zafranas, Ruta Girdzijauskiene

Symposium
Location: Slot 5
Chair: Thade Buchborn

Composing – Learning – Teaching. Research-Based Seminar Formats in Music Teacher Training

 

Students’ journey to a song. Fostering coherences between the artistic, pedagogical and scientific domains of Music Teacher Training in a Seminar Format on Composition and Songwriting

Thade Buchborn



Composition processes between reproduction and innovation. The role and appearance of musical references in processes of group-composing in schools

Elisabeth Theisohn



Challenging student music teachers’ perspectives on composition processes between reproduction and innovation

Katharina Höller



Developing reflexive inclusive competence in research-based music teacher training

Jan Duve

Workshops
Location: Slot 6
Chair: Anna Immerz

14:00-14:45 Workshop 1
14:45-15:30 Workshop 2

 

Empowering Our Students Through Emotional Awareness

Nicholas Daniel Sienkiewicz



Tuning into the Sonic Commons with an ‘Ear’ towards Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Rebecca Rinsema, Jashen Edwards

3:30pm
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4:00pm
Coffee Break

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4:00pm
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5:30pm
SiME (Symposium)
Location: Slot 1
Chair: Helmut Schaumberger

Singing is what we do (together) - redefining “together”

 

The changing knowledge of a changing profession

Motje Wolf



Pedagogical reflections on social inclusion in a choir during Covid-19

Sanna Salminen



Methodological and didactical implications for the future of singing with children with technology-based online educational tools

Helmut Schaumberger



Singing in isolation: children’s experiences

Johann van der Sandt

Symposium
Location: Slot 2
Chair: Michael Pabst-Krueger
Chair: Annette Ziegenmeyer

Perspectives for Music Education in Schools after Corona

 

Approaches and benefits of online teaching. The experience of music teachers from Portugal and Germany during pandemics: hard times and creative solutions

Georg Brunner, Maria Helena Vieira



Reactions and Good Practices to New Corona Conditions for Teaching Music in Schools by Music Teachers in Germany, Greece, and Turkey

Alexis Kivi, Dimitra Koniari, Sezen Ozeke, Hatice Çeliktaş



"Corona-lessons” for reaching socially disadvantaged students in the hybrid music classroom

Mitsi Akoyunoglou, Nataliya Domnina



Teaching and self-practicing online

Morel Koren, Erell Adoram

Digitime –Teaching Perspective (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 3
Chair: Michael Ahlers
 

Fostering sound-based creativity in primary schools: How to empower teachers.

David Holland



Shifting to online and hybrid formats in initial music teacher training

Gabriel Rusinek, Amalia Casas-Mas



Effectiveness of Innovate educational practices in the Music Classroom with Service-Learning methodology

Laura Cuervo, Desirée García-Gil, Carolina Bonastre, Delia Arroyo, Celia Camilli

Intercultural Perspectives (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 4
Chair: Bernd Clausen
 

Construction of ethnic difference in students’ and teachers’ perspectives

Jonas Völker, Thade Buchborn, Eva-Maria Tralle



What People ‘Do’ with Music in Paradigms of Internationalization: Germany and the USA

Stacey Ann Garrepy



Rock ‘n’ Rubab: Intercultural Approaches to Music Teacher Education for Migrants in Germany

Rose Campion

Symposium
Location: Slot 5
Chair: Johannes Treß
Chair: Oliver Krämer

Improvisation in music education – a cross-border perspective

 

Developing Categories for Children’s Creative and Responsive Musical Actions in Group Improvisation: a Mixed Methods Action Research study

Una MacGlone



Jazz improvisation in the context of wind ensemble and big band classes in German secondary schools

Julian Schunter



Plural possibilities in and through improvisation – A Finnish perspective

Eeva Siljamäki



Group improvisation as transdisciplinary dialogue in a Spanish secondary school

Carlos  Lage-Gómez   , Roberto Cremades-Andreu



How free is free improvisation? Empirical insights into normative dimensions of group improvisation in secondary music classrooms

Johannes Treß

Workshops
Location: Slot 6
Chair: Verena Bons

16:00-16:45 Workshop 1
16:45-17:30 Workshop 2

 

Music production on the internet using the example “soundtrap.com”

Friedrich Höfer



Soundbellows – Squeeze me! Come and join the world of color-coded single-tone instruments

Gert Balzer

5:30pm
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6:00pm
Coffee Break

Click here to get to get in touch via WonderMe, see the EAS and Waxmann digital book tables, visit our Digital Concert Hall to watch "Music Is What People Do In 2020 & 21"-videos and look at asynchronous poster presentations.

6:00pm
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7:00pm
General Meeting
Location: Slot 1
7:00pm
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8:00pm
Jam Session/Concert Aperitif
Location: Slot 2
Chair: Johannes Treß
Chair: Jonas Völker
8:00pm
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9:00pm
Concert: PLACE and DISPLAYS
Date: Friday, 26/Mar/2021
8:45am
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9:00am
Musical Morning Starters
Location: Slot 1
Chair: Jonas Völker
Chair: Annika Endres

A perfect conference day begins with our little musical morning starters – join in!

9:00am
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10:00am
Keynote: Emily Akuno – I call it Music: Validating diverse music expressions in the classroom
Location: Large Virtual Room
Chair: Thade Buchborn
10:00am
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10:15am
Coffee Break

Click here to get to get in touch via WonderMe, see the EAS and Waxmann digital book tables, visit our Digital Concert Hall to watch "Music Is What People Do In 2020 & 21"-videos and look at asynchronous poster presentations.

10:15am
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11:15am
SiME Open Space
Location: Slot 1
Chair: Helmut Schaumberger
Music in Early Childhood (Paper Presentation)
Location: Slot 2
Chair: Lina Van Dooren
 

Children’s Wellbeing and Involvement in Music Activities as a Way of Understanding Music as Praxis

Blaženka Bačlija Sušić



The Musical Experience In Childhood: Inspiration And Impact

Vaiva Jucevičiūtė-Bartkevičienė

Inspired By Social Distance: Interaction Through Sound And Music In Online Formats (Presentation & Expert Talk)
Location: Slot 3
Chair: Silke Schmid
Chair: Johannes Treß

With the projects hEAR DROPS, @tillymary & Lithuania

Teachers' Roles (Paper Presentation)
Location: Slot 4
Chair: Elisabeth Theisohn
 

Teacher as conceptual artist

Melissa Bremmer, Emiel Heijnen



Teacher-student relationship in the music class: what aspects can influence teacher’s responsiveness?

Michele Biasutti, Eleonora Concina

Region-Specific Music Practices (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 5
Chair: Gerhard Sammer
 

„So far, we have been talking about music, but of course, the social aspects of amateur wind orchestras...“ First results of a documentary study on amateur wind orchestras (“Musikvereine”) in rural areas of Germany.

Verena Bons, Johanna Borchert, Thade Buchborn, Wolfgang Lessing



Attitudes of Czech Music Teachers to Folklore Heritage

Marek Sedláček, Judita Kučerová

Poster Presentations
Location: Slot 6
 

“I Love Learning, and I’m Very Good at Singing” – Austrian Boys’ Experiences in School Choir

Patrick Kenneth Freer



Moving along with piano “Implementing embodiment activities in group piano teaching”.

Elesa Papakosta Smyri



What remains of music lessons in school? Exploring memories of adults

Sabine Schneider-Binkl



A Qualitative Empirical Investigation of Coordination in a School Wind Band

Aimee Schmidt



Impact of a professional development program on teacher teams in whole class ensembles in Austria

Julia Wieneke



How Do I Deal With "My Inner Music"? Connecting Music Identity And Creative Teaching Methods In The Training Of Primary Education Teachers

Patricia L. Sabbatella



Solfegiciel, a music education software for sight-reading practice

Jean-Julien Filatriau, Michel Lambert



Developing a music app to explore decision making in a composing task

Jonathan Granzow



Digital music teaching: competence-oriented and self-determined (Musikunterricht digital: Kompetenzorientiert und selbstbestimmt -MuDiKoS)

Katharina Horst de Cuestas



Freelance Classical Musicians: A New Professional Identity in the age of Covid-19

Giulia Ripani



Kodály principles in kindergarten and teacher training during COVID-19

Katalin Kovács



Structure and Development of Competencies of Music Students in the Field of Classroom Music

Esther-Marie Verbücheln



The comparisons in a music textbook for 7th grade of the secondary school in Bulgaria

Krasimira Georgieva Fileva-Ruseva



Developing Child-Centered Piano Lessons for the Chinese Preschool Children

Yanfang Chen

11:15am
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11:30am
Coffee Break

Click here to get to get in touch via WonderMe, see the EAS and Waxmann digital book tables, visit our Digital Concert Hall to watch "Music Is What People Do In 2020 & 21"-videos and look at asynchronous poster presentations.

11:30am
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12:30pm
Open Space
Location: Slot 1
 

Mapping Educational Specialist knowHow (MESH): connecting researchers and teachers to share research knowledge worldwide on music education

Motje Wolf, Hermione Ruck Keene, Gabriele Schellberg, Nikki Booth

PRiME (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 2
Chair: Jonas Völker
Chair: Sandra Degen
 

Authentic Composition Education as playground for musical development

Reinhard Ingo Findenegg



Rhythm learning through body engagement: research in and for primary school practice

Marcelle Moor, Sabine Chatelain

Digitime Open Space
Location: Slot 3
Chair: Philipp Ahner
Composing (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 4
Chair: Christine Löbbert
 

Children's collaboration in music composing

Henna Suomi



Composing is what young people can do: Comparing German and UK music teacher beliefs about composing in the classroom

Kirsty Devaney, Annette Ziegenmeyer, Friedrich Platz

Corona (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 5
Chair: Wolfgang Lessing
 

Quarantine Songs: Lessons Coronavirus has Taught us About the Importance of Music Education

Maria Goretti Vinuales



Music teaching and learning in times of the Corona crisis – a survey on didactic restrictions and potentials of the online summer semester 2020

Oliver Krämer, Helen Hammerich

ISME Open Space
Location: Slot 6
Chair: Isolde Malmberg

Making 'A Visible Voice' Through Music Education
Emily Akuno (ISME President)

Bo Wah Leung (President Elect)

Sandra Oberoi (Board member and Chair of the Advocacy Committee) 

Natassa Economidou Stavrou (Board member)

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch

Click here to get to get in touch via WonderMe, see the EAS and Waxmann digital book tables, visit our Digital Concert Hall to watch "Music Is What People Do In 2020 & 21"-videos and look at asynchronous poster presentations.

1:30pm
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2:00pm
EAS Book Presentation
Location: Slot 1
Chair: Isolde Malmberg

Book Release schools@concerts – join us for the celebration!

2:00pm
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3:30pm
Symposium
Location: Slot 1
Chair: Stefanie Stadler Elmer

Transmission of songs at elementary school level – a key issue in music education

 

Teaching songs in class: The bilateral reconstruction of a pre-service teacher’s professional development

Annamaria Savona



Transitions into joint song singing

Anna Elisa Hürlimann



Pedagogical content knowledge and core practices in primary music teaching education: Recurrent issues, models and strategies

Olivia Fündeling



Song-leading: An experienced teacher’s perspective

Gabriella Cavasino

PRiME (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 2
Chair: Sandra Degen
Chair: Jonas Völker
 

Learning music from and through sounds. Teachers, musicians, researcher and children in educational context (France)

Jean Paul Filiod



Changing Perspectives: Reflections on a collaborative art project

Axel Petri-Preis



“Children, how did this nice flat-footed bear sing?”: Ways of communication between the music teacher and children while listening to music

Daiva Zitkeviciene

Digitime – Didactic Perspective (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 3
Chair: Friedrich Höfer
 

Musical Interaction Patterns: making music together with digital instruments

Matthias Krebs



Making music and observing rules: a music education project for the middle school during the Covid-19 emergency

Giovanna Carugno



Designing a technologically enriched educational game for learning about orchestra instruments in the music classroom

Christos Matziris, Nikolaos Zafranas

Symposium
Location: Slot 4
Chair: Ritva Kaarina Marjanen
 

RDI to Understand Music Integration as Something People Do

Chair(s): Ritva Kaarina Marjanen

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Spaces, Faces and Timelines for the Development of Teacher Training in Higher Education: The Multisensory Musical Design (MMD)

Ritva Kaarina Marjanen

 

“Lesson Study: Music in Dialogue” as a Dialogical-Integrative Approach in Collaborative Teaching, Learning and Research

Hubert Gruber

 

The role of dialogue in a collaborative project of music visualization supported by a numeric tool

Sabine Chatelain, Antonio Trajanoski

 

In Amongst creative experiences and transdisciplinary curriculum integration: STEAM projects in Primary Education

Carlos Lage-Gómez

Music Curriculum & Teacher Training (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 5
Chair: Wolfgang Lessing
 

First year music education students learning to listen and respond to the other: A transnational pilot project

Cathy Benedict, Cara Bernard



Reclaiming the music curriculum: the “Stormzy vs Mozart” debate.

Victoria Kinsella, Martin Fautley, Adam Whittaker



His name was Doflein – students are reconstructing a musican’s life

Sointu Scharenberg

Workshops
Location: Slot 6
Chair: Verena Bons

14:00-14:45 Workshop 1
14:45-15:30 Workshop 2

 

Performing delimitation in music education

Simon Niemann, Eva-Maria Tralle



Patterns, shapes and figures – visual art and movement as a source for music

Marit Mõistlik-Tamm, Gerhard Lock, Jane Remm

3:30pm
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4:00pm
Coffee Break

Click here to get to get in touch via WonderMe, see the EAS and Waxmann digital book tables, visit our Digital Concert Hall to watch "Music Is What People Do In 2020 & 21"-videos and look at asynchronous poster presentations.

4:00pm
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5:00pm
SiME (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 1
Chair: Motje Wolf
 

Singing in a choir. Analysis and description of the learning process when practising a new song.

Elsbeth Thürig



Emotional discharge and mental wellbeing of amateur musicians of a choral and instrumental ensemble in Greece and Cyprus

Yiannis Miralis, Alkistis Togia

Policy and Curriculum (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 2
Chair: Thomas De Baets
 

Doing music in the classroom: how activity theory can reveal hidden dynamics of curriculum design

Anthony David Anderson



Progressive Policy Through Artful Image: An Enlightened Agenda for Music Educators Journal from 1965-1971

Craig Michael Resta

Digitime – Corona Perspective (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 3
Chair: Gerhard Lock
 

JackTrip - Low-Latency Online Music Tool in Practice

Peter Mall, Jürgen Kilian



Teaching music (education) digitally in comparison to pre and post corona times at universities

Georg Brunner, Ilona Weyrauch, Gabriele Schellberg, Andreas Bernhofer, Sabine Mommartz

Issues of Classroom Teaching and Beyond (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 4
Chair: Eva-Maria Tralle
 

Maximizing learning opportunities and student participation in the music classroom

Natassa Economidou-Stavrou



Gender-sensitive teaching materials

Joana Grow

Teaching Practices (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 5
Chair: Elisabeth Theisohn
 

Researching rhythmical music practices among students of non-specialist and specialist primary school music teachers.

Steven Schiemann



Doing Music Theory?

Benedikt Ruf

Music Inside and Outside of School (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 6
Chair: Lina Van Dooren
 

Para estudiar flamenco hay que ser flamenco: learning strategies for playing "bulerías" by ear.

María del Carmen López Castro



Kodály 135 – Inspirations and interpretations A complex art project in teacher education

Brigitta Árgány

5:00pm
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6:00pm
Coffee Break

Click here to get to get in touch via WonderMe, see the EAS and Waxmann digital book tables, visit our Digital Concert Hall to watch "Music Is What People Do In 2020 & 21"-videos and look at asynchronous poster presentations.

6:00pm
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7:00pm
Concert: Sculpting Soundspheres
Location: Large Virtual Room
7:00pm
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8:00pm
Black Forest Cuisine (Cooking Together)
Location: Slot 1
Chair: Thade Buchborn

Meal 1: "Badische Hochzeitsknöpfle mit Linsen" (vegetarian)

Black Forest Cuisine (Cooking Together)
Location: Slot 2
Chair: Johanna Borchert

Meal 2: "Schwarzwälder Bibbeleskäs & Brägele" (vegetarian)

Black Forest Cuisine (Cooking Together)
Location: Slot 3
Chair: Annika Endres

Meal 3: Two variations of "Dinnele" (vegan or vegetarian)

8:00pm
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10:00pm
DIY Conference Dinner & Social Activities
Location: Large Virtual Room
Chair: Thade Buchborn
Chair: Annika Endres
Chair: Johanna Borchert
Date: Saturday, 27/Mar/2021
8:45am
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9:00am
Musical Morning Starters
Location: Slot 1
Chair: Jonas Völker
Chair: Annika Endres

A perfect conference day begins with our little musical morning starters – join in!

9:00am
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10:00am
Keynote: Bettina Fritzsche – How to study what people do? Praxeological research on “doing pedagogy” and “doing youth culture”
Location: Large Virtual Room
Chair: Georg Brunner
10:00am
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10:15am
Coffee Break

Click here to get to get in touch via WonderMe, see the EAS and Waxmann digital book tables, visit our Digital Concert Hall to watch "Music Is What People Do In 2020 & 21"-videos and look at asynchronous poster presentations.

10:15am
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11:45am
Music In Primary Schools (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 1
Chair: Andreas Bernhofer
 

Realisation of creative tasks in music as a way to stimulate learners’ expertise in primary schools in Montenegro and Slovenia

Jelena Martinović Bogojević, Branka Rotar Pance



Students’ Participation in Live Music Concerts

Judit Váradi



Songwriters Showcase: A university-primary school popular music collaboration

Ann Marie Stanley, Daniel Isbell

(Inter-)National Perspectives On Music Education (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 2
Chair: Bernd Clausen
 

Modern Times - Does doing effective learning contradict doing music? A philosophic and sociological reflection through and on an Analytical Short Film about the neo-liberal streamed practice in a music lesson

Christopher Wallbaum



Re-thinking accountability measures for secondary school music in England: lessons we could learn from New Zealand.

Victoria Kinsella



Imagining a Different Musical Future in Italy

Giulia Ripani

Digitime – Student Perspective (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 3
Chair: Sabine Chatelain
 

Learning Pathways for Cultural Variety from a Creative Listening Task

Ritva Kaarina Marjanen



“It’s not rocket science” - Creating pathways and access routes for young women through music technology

Kirsty Devaney



The significance of digital media in Austrian textbooks for music lessons in lower secondary education

Friedrich Höfer, Eva Thumfart

Social Justice & Participation (Paper Presentations)
Location: Slot 4
Chair: Johanna Borchert
 

Cultural capital and secondary school music education in England

Martin Fautley



The Model of Acquisition - a Strategy for Inclusive Classroom Teaching

Ina Henning



Attitudes and conceptions of student teachers and teachers regarding gender-sensitive music education

Joana Grow

Symposium
Location: Slot 5
Chair: Chris Philpott

Creative and critical projects in classroom music: Fifty years of Sound and Silence

 

John Paynter-thinker

John Finney



Creative Pedagogies and Pedagogies for Creativity: Creative agency in the music classroom

Gary Spruce



Music, creativity and the making of meaning

Chris Philpott

Workshops
Location: Slot 6
Chair: Anna Immerz

10:15-11:00 Workshop 1
11:00-11:45 Workshop 2

 

Singing with children - SiME reading session

Helmut Schaumberger, Sanna Salminen, Motje Wolf, Johann van der Sandt



Singing and moving with melodies on ancient Greek lyres

Evangelia Kopsalidou

11:45am
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12:30pm
Coffee Break

Click here to get to get in touch via WonderMe, see the EAS and Waxmann digital book tables, visit our Digital Concert Hall to watch "Music Is What People Do In 2020 & 21"-videos and look at asynchronous poster presentations.

12:30pm
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2:00pm
Closing Ceremony
Location: Large Virtual Room
Chair: Georg Brunner
Chair: Thade Buchborn
Chair: Silke Schmid
2:00pm
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3:00pm
A Virtual Guided Tour Through Freiburg
Location: Slot 1
Chair: Johanna Borchert

 
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