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Musiklärares kommunikation med kroppen - en studie om musiklärares syn på användning av kroppsliga rörelser och uttryck i musikundervisning

Sjögren, Sofia LU (2014) LMMN94 20132
Malmö Academy of Music
Abstract (Swedish)
I denna studie undersöks hur fyra musiklärare, vilka undervisar den kommunala grundskolans äldre elever, ser på sin icke-verbala kommunikation genom kroppsliga rörelser och uttryck i sin musikundervisning. För att undersöka detta valdes frågeställningarna: Hur ser musiklärare på sin användning av kroppsliga rörelser och uttryck i musikundervisning? Vilka funktioner anser lärarna i studien att deras kroppsliga rörelser och uttryck fyller i undervisningen? Med inspiration av metoden stimulated recall filmades fyra musiklärare vid vardera ett undervisningstillfälle, vilket senare användes som stimulus för minnet och för att synliggöra lärarnas kroppsliga rörelser i kvalitativa intervjuer med musiklärarna. Resultatet visar att musiklärarna... (More)
I denna studie undersöks hur fyra musiklärare, vilka undervisar den kommunala grundskolans äldre elever, ser på sin icke-verbala kommunikation genom kroppsliga rörelser och uttryck i sin musikundervisning. För att undersöka detta valdes frågeställningarna: Hur ser musiklärare på sin användning av kroppsliga rörelser och uttryck i musikundervisning? Vilka funktioner anser lärarna i studien att deras kroppsliga rörelser och uttryck fyller i undervisningen? Med inspiration av metoden stimulated recall filmades fyra musiklärare vid vardera ett undervisningstillfälle, vilket senare användes som stimulus för minnet och för att synliggöra lärarnas kroppsliga rörelser i kvalitativa intervjuer med musiklärarna. Resultatet visar att musiklärarna använder sig av såväl medvetna som omedvetna kroppsliga rörelser och uttryck när de undervisar för att få uppmärksamhet, för att förtydliga budskapet, men också för att skapa relationer till sina elever. (Less)
Abstract
This study investigates how four music teachers, teaching in municipal lower secondary schools, perceive their use of non-verbal communication through body movements and expressions in their teaching. In order to investigate this, the following questions were selected: How do music teachers perceive their use of body movements and expressions in music teaching? What functions do the teachers in the study consider their body movements and expressions to have in teaching? The method used in the study was based on stimulated recall. The four teachers were each filmed during a lesson, and the film was then used in qualitative interviews with the teachers, to stimulate their memories and visualize their body movements. The findings show that... (More)
This study investigates how four music teachers, teaching in municipal lower secondary schools, perceive their use of non-verbal communication through body movements and expressions in their teaching. In order to investigate this, the following questions were selected: How do music teachers perceive their use of body movements and expressions in music teaching? What functions do the teachers in the study consider their body movements and expressions to have in teaching? The method used in the study was based on stimulated recall. The four teachers were each filmed during a lesson, and the film was then used in qualitative interviews with the teachers, to stimulate their memories and visualize their body movements. The findings show that the music teachers, consciously as well as sub-consciously, use body movements and expressions to attract attention, clarify their message and build relationships with their pupils. (Less)
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Sjögren, Sofia LU
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alternative title
Music teachers’ bodily communication - a study of how music teachers perceive the use of body movements and expressions in music teaching
course
LMMN94 20132
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M3 - Professional qualifications ( - 4 Years)
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keywords
kroppsspråk, Music Education, communication, Educational Science, undervisning, musiklärare, lärare, icke-verbal kommunikation, kommunikation, Musikpedagogik, Utbildningsvetenskap, non-verbal communication, teacher, music teacher, teaching, body language
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Swedish
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4342278
date added to LUP
2014-03-07 10:08:07
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2014-03-07 10:08:07
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  abstract     = {This study investigates how four music teachers, teaching in municipal lower secondary schools, perceive their use of non-verbal communication through body movements and expressions in their teaching. In order to investigate this, the following questions were selected: How do music teachers perceive their use of body movements and expressions in music teaching? What functions do the teachers in the study consider their body movements and expressions to have in teaching? The method used in the study was based on stimulated recall. The four teachers were each filmed during a lesson, and the film was then used in qualitative interviews with the teachers, to stimulate their memories and visualize their body movements. The findings show that the music teachers, consciously as well as sub-consciously, use body movements and expressions to attract attention, clarify their message and build relationships with their pupils.},
  author       = {Sjögren, Sofia},
  keyword      = {kroppsspråk,Music Education,communication,Educational Science,undervisning,musiklärare,lärare,icke-verbal kommunikation,kommunikation,Musikpedagogik,Utbildningsvetenskap,non-verbal communication,teacher,music teacher,teaching,body language},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Musiklärares kommunikation med kroppen - en studie om musiklärares syn på användning av kroppsliga rörelser och uttryck i musikundervisning},
  year         = {2014},
}