TITLE

Educational leadership, musical creativities and digital technology in education

AUTHOR(S)
Burnard, Pamela
PUB. DATE
February 2012
SOURCE
Journal of Music, Technology & Education;Feb2012, Vol. 4 Issue 2/3, p157
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Music has long been at the forefront of technological advancement, with music educators well-positioned to exploit its potential. This article uses various scenarios to illustrate the visions and values required of educational leadership to change the culture of music in schools. In it I elaborate on some of the diverse musical creativities that can be broadly construed as a composite of practices that are refreshed and re-envisioned through digital technology. I present vignettes and narratives from the field of music in education that allow us to enter the realms of resourcefulness and reflectiveness of artist-musicians and, importantly, examine student-teacher experiences that lie behind an understanding of multiple musical creativities. These vignettes and personal narratives provide examples of how: (1) musical creativities are fostered by utilizing digital technologies in educational practice; (2) musical creativities and digital technology underpin innovative educational practices; and (3) leaders in education and elsewhere have the power and influence to change school culture and promote diversity in musical creativities and the use of digital technology in education.
ACCESSION #
73986930

 

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