The Learning Effect of Electroacoustic Music in Secondary Education An Interdisciplinary Practice in Greek Schools


Authors : VASSILEIA BOURA

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 9 - September

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20SEP464

In the rise of the 21st century, the music educator in modern schools is challenged to educate and train students in both conventional and contemporary music theory and practice. The contemporary approach to music learning and composition requests knowledge and practical skills from interdisciplinary fields. Electronics, physics, mathematics, computer science and music are merged to produce different contemporary styles of music. Students, in secondary education, are challenged to develop listening, performing and computer music skills, to expand their musical aesthetics and culture, together with their musical memory. Music educators are expected to teach a wide range of musical styles and techniques. Science and technology are parts of the musical practice in schools. Music has become an interdisciplinary subject, capable, more today than ever, to educate and shape personalities in school and for preparing students to be strong and healthy for entering society. Scientific and empirical research continues to be conducted to provide helpful guidelines for teachers' intentional use of music, in every class. This paper provides music educators with successful and valuable methods for incorporating electroacoustic music into the teaching and learning school environment applicable to secondary school settings

Keywords : Electroacoustic music, Learning, Secondary Education.

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