The times they are a-changing: the subculture of music and ICT in the classroom

Abstract : This paper reports findings from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funded research project InterActive Education, which focused on the ways in which new technologies can improve teaching and learning in educational settings. We draw upon data which emanates from the work of seven music teachers working in English primary and secondary schools, who collaborated with university researchers to research their classrooms. Through our analyses of video data, teacher interviews and teacher dialogue we attempt to characterise the sub-culture of school music and ICT within both primary (age 4-11) and secondary (age 11-18) phases.
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Marina Gall, Nick Breeze. The times they are a-changing: the subculture of music and ICT in the classroom. Technology, Pedagogy and Education, Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2006, 16 (1), March 2007, pp.41-56. ⟨hal-00190404⟩

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