Fagseksjon for musikkpedagogikk og musikkterapi
Musikkpedagogikk, musikkdidaktikk, grunnskolens musikkfag, klasseromsmetodikk, ensembledidaktikk, musikalsk barne- og ungdomskultur.
John Vinge, PhD. is associate professor in music education at the Norwegian Academy of Music. He earned his doctoral degree on a study of music teacher’s assessment practise in lower secondary schools. Vinge’s teaching experience includes music in kindergarten, primary and secondary school, along with teaching musical and educational subjects in higher music education. Vinge is also a performing musician and record producer and appears on several albums for Norwegian artists. He has composed and produced music for variety of children programmes for the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK). His main research interests are assessment in music education, the practise of teaching music in schools and the theory of music didactics.
Vinge, J. (2017). What is Good and Bad Children's Music? Exploring Quality and Value in Music for Children. Information (in press)
Ferm, C.T., Vinge, J., Väkevä, L., & Zandén, O. (2016). Assessment as learning in music education – the risk of «criteria complaiance» replacing «learning» in the scandinavian countriues. Research Studies in Music Education. SAGE Publications.
Vinge, J. (2014). Vurdering i musikkfag: en deskriptiv, analytisk studie av musikklærer es vurderingspraksis i ungdomsskolen [Assessment in music education: a descriptive, analytic study of teachers assessment practice in lower secondary school] (Vol. 2014:1). Oslo: Norges musikkhøgskole.
Vinge, J. (2012). Analytiske og holistiske tilganger til vurdering: en teoretisk drøfting av vurderingsstrategier og vurderingshandlinger i musikkfaget [Analytic and holistic assessment approaches: a theoretical discussion on assessment strategies and –actions in the subject of music] (pp. S. 199-220). Oslo: Norges musikkhøgskole.