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Title:Glasbena aktivnost in uspešnost učencev v osnovni šoli in zunaj nje
Authors:Lešnik, Ivan (Author)
Files:URL http://www.zrs.upr.si/monografije/single/aktivnosti-ucencev-v-ucnem-procesu-1953
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Not categorized
Tipology:1.16 - Independent Scientific Component Part or a Chapter in a Monograph
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Eno temeljnih didaktičnih načel, ki zagotavljajo uspešnost glasbene vzgoje v izobraževalnem procesu, je aktivnost učencev pri pouku. Glasbene aktivnosti so lahko različne in različno interpretirane in iz tega sledi, da je treba v glasbeni pedagoški praksi upoštevati in udejanjati različne didaktične pristope in obvladovati širša strokovna glasbena znanja. Teoretične razprave doma in v tujini potrjujejo v članku navedena dejstva. Če upoštevamo načela individualizacije, diferenciacije in inkluzije, se mora aktivnost posameznega učenca uspešno manifestirati kot glasbeno udejstvovanje na motoričnem, emocionalnem in intelektualnem področju. Stopnja uspešnosti učencev pri glasbenem pouku je sicer odvisna in pogojena s stopnjo razvitosti njihovih glasbenih sposobnosti ter ustrezne motivacije za glasbeno udejstvovanje, kar je za učitelja dodaten izziv in poudarja njegovo odgovornost za individualno optimalno glasbeno vzgojo posameznega učenca. Uspešnost tega pa je med drugim v veliki meri odvisna od učiteljevih ustrezno razvitih glasbenih sposobnosti ter njegove glasbene strokovne in didaktične usposobljenosti. V empiričnem delu predstavljamo rezultate raziskave, ki kažejo, da glasbena aktivnost premosorazmerno vpliva na uspešnost in povečano aktivnost učencev pri glasbenem pouku. Iz rezultatov raziskave povzemamo pomembno dejstvo, da porast kvantitete glasbenega udejstvovanja pri učencih pozitivno vpliva na kakovost glasbenega izobraževanja in povečuje željo po dodatnem glasbenem ustvarjanju in poustvarjanju ter po glasbeni percepciji.
Keywords:glasbeno izobraževanje, glasbena aktivnost, individualizacija, diferenciacija, glasbene sposobnosti
Year of publishing:2015
Number of pages:Str. 433-452, 638-639
UDC:37.011.3:78
COBISS_ID:1537776068 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Student success in music education inside and outside an elementary school
Abstract:One of the basic didactic principles, which guarantee success of the music education process, is the student activity during classes. Music activities can be various and differently interpreted, which means it is necessary to consider different didactics approaches and to excel in wider knowledge of the music area. Theoretical debates at home and abroad are confirming the facts from the article.Taking into consideration principles of individualization, differentiation and inclusion, activity of an individual student should manifest effectively as music participation on motoric, emotional and intellectual area. Level of student success in music classes depends from the evolvement of their musical abilities, which represents additional challenge to a teacher and emphasizes teacher's responsibility for optimal music education of every individual. Success mainly depends on suitably evolved teacher's music abilities and his professional music and didactic proficiency. In the empirical part we present the results of the research, which shows that extra-curricular music activities have a positive influence on success and increase the activity of the students, during music lessons. From these results we can summarize the important fact: rise in quantity of music activities positively influences the quality of music education and increases a wish for more music creating and recreating as well as for more music perception.
Keywords:music education, music activity, individualization, differentiation, music abilities

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