INDICATOR OF PARENT-CHILDREN INTERACTION IN DEVELOPMENT OF SELF-EXPRESSION IN TEACHING MUSIC

Iveta Kepule

Abstract


Unity of culture and education in the 21st century is a very current topic. The culture and education is one way of human self-expression being introduced in life by means of various activities and relationships with other people. Education as a counterpart of culture is closely related to the culture and its expressions. Participation in the cultural dialogue helps to get an impression of the planned learning result and facilitates formation of value orientations, attitudes and spirituality. The purpose of the article: based on interpretation of scientific literature and results of the questionnaires filled out by the parents to find out the factors encouraging self-expression in teaching music and their place in the relationship parents- children. Research methods: survey, confirmatory factor analysis.


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pupils; parents; self-expression; teaching music; educational process

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17770/ercs2015.1147

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