School music evolving in international collaboration – an India/Norway case study
- Project period: 2020–2025.
- Project affiliation: CEMPE.
- Full-time employed at NMH in the Music Education and Music Therapy Department.
The aim of this PhD project is to develop knowledge of international music teacher projects and how school music practices evolve in the project Education IN Music, India/Norway. The PhD project is a qualitative case study, with document analysis, interviews and observation as ways of collecting data, and postcolonial theory and activity theory as theoretical frameworks.
The project contributes to existing knowledge on how school music evolves and expands through international collaboration, and on how to understand this development through the concepts contradictions, hybridity and Third Space. International collaboration is important to NMH on a strategic level. Based on societal development and globalization, a music education project based outside Europe will be of high value.
- Educational psychology and psychology of music: online lecture 2020
- Showing the way, or getting in the way? Discussing power, influence and intervention in contemporary musical-social practices 2020
- Community music, workshops and project development for music education research 2020
- Music teaching and learning in schools: BA in music intensive week (4th semester) 2019
- Music teaching and learning in schools: BA in music intensive week (2nd semester) 2019
- Musicians for the intercultural society: Student involvement in international projects 2019
- Teacher training workshops and lectures on classroom learning, teaching and music making 2019
- Music workshops for Palestinian refugee children 2019
- Workshops and lectures on music making, classroom teaching and music arranging in school music settings 2019
- Expanding Learning Frames in Music Teacher Education: Student Placement in a Palestinian Refugee Camp in Lebanon 2019