EDUCATING MUSICALLY IN DIFFERENCE: THE CHALLENGES THE ARTS PLACE UPON EDUCATION

  • Patrick Schmidt Florida International University
Palavras-chave: Arts. Music education. Complex ecology. Education reform. Policy.

Resumo

The aim of this article is to create a link between critical attributes to meaningful educational change and the kind of learning and thinking that is facilitated by artistic endeavors.  The goal is not to simply advocate for the Arts, but rather to present a doorway to an educational practice that can be used in educational thought in general. The article starts from David McCarthy’s (2000) proposition that “we must think possibility within constraint; that is the condition of our time” (150), arguing that the kinds of thought experiences that individuals ‘doing art’ participate in, can serve as a model for educational thinking, particularly given the complexity, volatility and speed realities of a 21st century education.

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Biografia do Autor

Patrick Schmidt, Florida International University
Professor Titular de Educação em Música e Diretor Adjunto da Escola de Música da Florida International University, Miami, USA. Ele oferece cursos em filosofia, pesquisa, currículo e política, assim como cursos em métodos corais e secundários, hip hop e educação musical em escolas urbanas. As suas obras mais recentes foram publicadas no International Journal of Music Education, Arts Education Policy Review, Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, Theory into Practice, Philosophy of Music Education Review, Action, Theory and Criticism, o Journal of Music education da Finlândia e a Revista do ABEM no Brasil.  Ele é co-editor do NSSE Book de 2012 da Teachers College Press e está atualmente co-editando o Oxford Handbook for Social Justice and Music Education.
Publicado
19-04-2014
Como Citar
Schmidt, P. (2014). EDUCATING MUSICALLY IN DIFFERENCE: THE CHALLENGES THE ARTS PLACE UPON EDUCATION. Revista Inter Ação, 39(1), 67-85. https://doi.org/10.5216/ia.v39i1.29514