ERASMUS, AN OPPORTUNITY TO KNOW, TO LIVE AND TO SEE MUSIC EDUCATION
Universitat de Girona (SPAIN)
About this paper:
Appears in: ICERI2009 Proceedings
Publication year: 2009
Conference name: 2nd International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 16-18 November, 2009
Location: Madrid, Spain
Abstract:Music education under 5 different points of view with a common objective:
Institut Supérieur de Musique et de Pédagogie, Namur (Belgium)
Conservatorio di musica Luigi Canepa, Sassari, Sardegna (Italy)
University Széchenyi Istvá, Györ (Hungary)
Conservatoiro di musica Stanislao Giacomantonio, Cosenza (Italy)
University of Debrecen Egyetem, center of arts, humanities and Sciences (Hungary)
Universitat de Girona, Facultat d’Educació i Psicologia (Spain)
The exchange is favorable to bring knowledge, to open horizons and to make tuning easier. A good way of sharing the music stand.
Once implemented the studies of specialist teacher in music education, from the area of music considered the convenience to make different contacts with institutions of superior education in music pedagogy with the intention of stimulating the mobility of students and teachers within the framework of the program ERASMUS.
The first center where a bilateral agreement was established was the IMEP in Namur. The exchange of teachers and pupils has continued until now. In the face of the prospect of European opening, the number of centers has been broadened.
The enrichment that this has supposed at human, cultural and/or educational level for all participants, students and teachers, has been very interesting. The vision that at present the implied ones have all is much more extensive and full. The guarantees of opening are evident and significant. Even though the music is universal, music studies they are and have been very different to each country. It is because of that, that the ERASMUS gives us the opportunity to know different ways to make and to understand the musical education, and propitiates to the students of pedagogy a global formation.
Keywords: new challenges in the areas of higher education, internationalisation and.