IMPORTANCE, STRUCTURE AND OUTCOMES OF THE MUSIC PROGRAM IN THE PRIMARY SCHOOL: THE EXPERIENCE OF CROATIA, MONTENEGRO, AND SERBIA

Authors

  • Sabina Vidulin Academy of Music in Pula
  • Jelena Martinović Bogojević Academy of Music, Cetinje
  • Miomira M. Đurđanović Faculty of Arts, Niš

Keywords:

Music education, Outcomes, Achievements, Standards, Primary school

Abstract

In an effort to look into the importance and structure of the program through a simultaneous analysis of the achievement outcomes for the Music course in three countries – Croatia, Montenegro, and Serbia, the authors have performed a detailed analysis of a number of documents covering the topic in these countries. A comparative analysis of the contents of these documents has provided us with the opportunity to assess the speed at which the educational systems in the three countries are being reformed, the differences in the approach to individual areas, but also the need to provide joint theoretical efforts whose goal would be to foster what is the common denominator for us all – a promoted process of teaching music which would provide a simultaneous development of students’ artistic identity. 

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Published

2015-06-20

How to Cite

Vidulin, S., Martinović Bogojević, J., & M. Đurđanović, M. (2015). IMPORTANCE, STRUCTURE AND OUTCOMES OF THE MUSIC PROGRAM IN THE PRIMARY SCHOOL: THE EXPERIENCE OF CROATIA, MONTENEGRO, AND SERBIA. International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education (IJCRSEE), 3(1), 67–79. Retrieved from https://ijcrsee.com/index.php/ijcrsee/article/view/78