This Symposium arises from the need to disseminate educational research related to materials used in music education undertaken by the IARTEM (International Association for Research on Textbooks and Educational Media) Music Group and the STELLAE Research Group (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela). This Symposium seeks to offer a platform for debate for all teachers and researchers interested in this theme. We count with support from the SEM-EE (Spanish society for music education), MusiCrearte, and other international institutions such as MERYC-EU (European Network for Music Educators and Researchers of Young Children) and the Early Childhood Music Education and Musical Childhoods Mediterranean Forum.
All participants in this Symposium can take part in a future network that will allow comparative studies between countries, highlighting differences and similarities, amongst other actions.
The ME&DM International Symposium aims to become a framework for educational transfer to promote knowledge and to allow new collaboration between groups and/or people from different educational levels and music socio-cultural contexts seeking to establish synergies and to contribute to enrich the work undertaken by different studies and experiences in the teaching and learning of music education in different contexts of education.
Education professionals concerned with educational research in music education and didactic materials are welcome to take part by means of attendance, contribution, promotion and presentation of the educational knowledge produced.
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