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Cellopedagog och cellist - en studie om yrkesidentiteter

Hydén, Johanna (2010)
Malmö Academy of Music
Abstract (Swedish)
Som cellopedagog ska du dels kunna spela cello och dels kunna lära andra att spela cello. Denna studie syftar till att ge en inblick i hur cellopedagoger på musik- och kulturskolor stimuleras i respektive utanför sina tjänster. Betraktar man sig som lärare eller musiker eller kanske både och? Vilka behov finns och vad har det för betydelse att de stimuleras? Hur behåller man inspiration och glädjen år efter år?
Studien är kvalitativ och bygger på fyra intervjuer. Kriterierna för utvalda informanter redogörs längre fram. Studien ger inget slutgiltigt svar, men väl en inblick i hur det ser ut i verkligheten, samt har likheter och olikheter kunnat belysas.
Abstract
As a cello teacher, you are supposed to know how to play the cello. You are also supposed to know how to teach others how to play the cello. The purpose of this essay is to give insight in how cello teachers at Swedish municipal schools are inspired, inside and outside of their job. Do they look at themselves as teachers or musicians, or perhaps both? Which needs exist and are these needs fostered by the students and/or the music? How do they keep the inspiration alive year after year? This is a qualitative essay based on four interviews. The criteria of the chosen respondents are
described further on. Although my essay does not give a definitive conclusion, it does give an insight into the real world of cello teachers, highlighting the... (More)
As a cello teacher, you are supposed to know how to play the cello. You are also supposed to know how to teach others how to play the cello. The purpose of this essay is to give insight in how cello teachers at Swedish municipal schools are inspired, inside and outside of their job. Do they look at themselves as teachers or musicians, or perhaps both? Which needs exist and are these needs fostered by the students and/or the music? How do they keep the inspiration alive year after year? This is a qualitative essay based on four interviews. The criteria of the chosen respondents are
described further on. Although my essay does not give a definitive conclusion, it does give an insight into the real world of cello teachers, highlighting the similarities and differences of the results of the four respondents. (Less)
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Hydén, Johanna
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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cello, cello teacher, ensemble, identity, musician, stimulation, teacher, cellopedagog, identitet, musiker, pedagog, stimulans
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Swedish
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1951584
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2011-05-11 15:00:11
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  abstract     = {As a cello teacher, you are supposed to know how to play the cello. You are also supposed to know how to teach others how to play the cello. The purpose of this essay is to give insight in how cello teachers at Swedish municipal schools are inspired, inside and outside of their job. Do they look at themselves as teachers or musicians, or perhaps both? Which needs exist and are these needs fostered by the students and/or the music? How do they keep the inspiration alive year after year? This is a qualitative essay based on four interviews. The criteria of the chosen respondents are
described further on. Although my essay does not give a definitive conclusion, it does give an insight into the real world of cello teachers, highlighting the similarities and differences of the results of the four respondents.},
  author       = {Hydén, Johanna},
  keyword      = {cello,cello teacher,ensemble,identity,musician,stimulation,teacher,cellopedagog,identitet,musiker,pedagog,stimulans},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Cellopedagog och cellist - en studie om yrkesidentiteter},
  year         = {2010},
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