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Saether Eva

Eva Saether

Professor

Saether Eva

You don't really want to be that mixed : Insiders' voices from a multicultural classroom

Author

  • Eva Sæther

Summary, in English

What can a music teacher do in a school where half of the students belong to minority cultures? In music education research there are many reports on the important role music has in preventing social exclusion. These reports refer to music’s power to serve both as aim and means to build efficient learning environments in multicultural schools (see for example Bamford, 2006; Bauer, 2005; Beck, 1993, Bittman, Berk, Felten, Westengard & al, 2001; Dillon, 2006; Fiske, 2001; Hallam, 2001).

Department/s

  • Teachers (Malmö Academy of Music)
  • Educational Sciences

Publishing year

2008

Language

English

Document type

Conference paper: abstract

Topic

  • Music
  • Educational Sciences

Conference name

17th MISTEC International Seminar, Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission

Conference date

2008-07-14

Status

Unpublished