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Marina Caliga

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One of the most important goals of modern pedagogy is to identify the educational potential, to define ways of asserting man as a subject of cognition, communication and creation. This article investigates the praxeological aspects of the musical education lesson, expressed through the concept of integrality. The issue of integrality is one of the key concerns related to man's cognition of reality: the integrality of internal and external phenomena (cognitive and affective); the logics that moves the processes of cognition; the categories of the integral system, divided into partitioned / whole and others. From this perspective, for a fundamental change in education, a global and unitary vision is needed on the concept of integrality and on the activity of personality formation and development.

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Dorina Geta Iușcă

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Open-earedness theory has repeatedly been confirmed on several populations including American, English, Dutch, German and Finnish people. Nonetheless the influence of cultural diversity on openness towards unfamiliar music has received little attention from researchers and this may create the possibility of adding essential modifications of Albert LeBlanc’s theory. Considering the contemporary context, people’s migration towards economic developed countries becomes a phenomenon with great implications related to the progress of social and cultural characteristics of any national context. Researching the openearedness of people which have been exposed not only to their native culture but also to the adopted one (due to financial necessities) may reveal a series of useful aspects for the intercultural field (by disclosing new ways to promote the tolerance towards cultural diversity) and also for the educational field (by describing new strategies of learning in a context of adaptation to an unfamiliar musical space). The present article analyses a series of previous experiments that monitored the way different social categories integrated in cultural communities different from their own assimilate or not the elements of the adopted country into their musical identity. The present analysis has educational implications related to the ways students may develop the preference for unfamiliar music.

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Tatiana Gînju

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The author takes over and presents in the context of the action of integrating the literary-artistic education methodologies - the musical education methodologies the epistems that explain the interactive nature of these. This original way of approaching literature and arts methodologies has been applied experimentally in primary education, language courses and romanian literature and music education, thus providing teaching staff with integrated teaching and learning materials of literature and music.

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Ona Ionica Anghel

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The educational programs dedicated to gifted and talented people are developed or must be developed starting with an adhesion to a definition of the working concept, in this case „giftedness” or „talent”. A foray into the literature proves that the meaning of the concept of giftedness has developed over time, as influenced by various factors such as historical (history of the research) and of human nature (psychological or educational). The aim of the paper is to make a review of the associated key moments in the evolution of the concept of giftedness. The bibliographical sources allowed us to achieve a chronological overview of the position/attitude of the most prestigious researchers in the field, who tried to explain the concept of giftedness and talent. The collected data demonstrates that there is no unanimous acceptance of a single definition until today, and that the concept keeps its tendency to perpetual transformation. The constant during this time remains its relationship with the demonstrated, respectively with the potential performance.

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Flavia Marisi

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The Creative Problem Solving theory analyzes the main steps of a creative process: problem identification and delineation, information gathering, idea generation, its evaluation, refinement, implementation, and verification. Based on the findings of this theory, the present study aims at highlighting that not only artists and composers perform their tasks in a creative way, but also professionals doing jobs which are considered as not particularly creative. This study focuses in particular on continuo players and investment lawyers, stressing the often-overlooked creative elements of these jobs. The paper’s conclusions highlight the individual and social returns of promoting creativity

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Daniela Roşca-Ceban

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The concept of educational development in the Republic of Moldova reveals the political, social and economic transformations, triggered in the republic, which impose the necessity of drawing new ways of developing the education in a creative perspective. The specific note of the education is the orientation of the activities towards the student, the revealing of the creative potential of development and organization of the instructive educational activity based on strategies of individualization, engaging the divergent thinking.

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Marina Morari

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The phenomenon is related to the unsafe world of feelings and brings together all meanings and cultural values. The performance of an artistic phenomenon is not possible without object-subjective relations, only in the frame of such kind of relations there can be established a cultural and spiritual communication, edification of the receptor. In the artistic phenomenon study, are known several approaches, which generate its understanding in several stages. The musical and artistic activity of the human being, as well as the product of this activity, can become determinant causes in education. The production of musical education depends on human skills and their degree of development. In all artistic activities - creation, interpretation, and reception - the "ordinary human being" valorises his own spiritual and artistic skills in order to contact directly with art. This article explores the conception of Tudor Vianu on the artistry, especially the analysis of the factors that determine the appearance of artistic phenomena and features of an artist The principles of artistry are deduced in education from the features of the artistic structure: the intuitiveness, the psychic depth of the empathies, the creative fantasy and the expressive power In the process of musical education, in pupil's personality that experience is formed that empathy, which cannot be acquired via contact with other phenomena / things. The understanding of the musical and artistic phenomena, in its totality, depends mostly on respecting a set of conditions. Applying the principles of artistry in musical education can ensure the joining of art with other human activities and the pre-eminence of art in everyone’s culture and life.

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Eugenia Foca

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The article deals with the problem of primary school adaptation. The innovative art technologies described by the author seem to create an optimal environment to make the process of adaptation n primary classes easier. This research highlights the benefits of art pedagogical technologies. It also suggests a framework for some art pedagogical activities. The author offers some methodological suggestions for teachers, who could help primary school learners to adapt to the new school environment.

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Marina Cosumov

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Pupils are interested in concrete problems they are faced with in everyday life and looking explanations and practical solutions to these problems. To identify issues related to the transdiciplinary dimension of music education we shall investigate the concepts of disciplinary, multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, these being the four arrows of a single bow: the bow of knowledge.

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Eugenia Maria Paşca

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The main aims of artistic education are almost similar in all European countries. Almost all countries mention “artistic skills, knowledge and understanding”, “critical appreciation”, “cultural heritage”, “individual expression/identity”, “cultural diversity” and “creativity” as objectives. However, “arts and permanent learning/interest” are mentioned only in 15 curricula. The various initiatives and recommendations for the development of artistic and cultural education in European countries are based on information on the establishment of national organizations and networks to promote artistic education and the development of partnerships between schools, artistic/cultural organizations and artists. Cultural identity as well as the development of creativity are a priority through such approaches.