Daniel Mateos-Moreno

Daniel Mateos-Moreno
University of Malaga | UMA · Music Education

Doctor of Education

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Introduction
Music educator, composer and researcher - Happy to know about the works of other colleagues and on establishing new research collaborations.
Additional affiliations
September 2014 - February 2020
Karlstads Universitet
Position
  • Reader
February 2003 - February 2005
Carnegie Mellon University
Position
  • Teaching Assistant

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Publications (23)
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Our aim is to identify the challenges of teaching music composition to today's students of composition at a tertiary or professional level. We undertake this by two different approaches: on one level, by establishing a context through reviewing literature on the teaching practices of three renowned teachers from the twentieth century; on a second l...
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Current literature is scarce on the potential effects of combined dance/movement and music therapy on adults diagnosed with severe autism, particularly in distinguishing these effects on different areas of psychopathological disorders. We set two goals: first, to assess the effectiveness based on the score the participants obtained from the Revised...
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Our work highlights the necessity of revising the materials employed in instrumental education, which are systematically based on a progressive development of technical abilities and, though only transversely, without a structured sequence of contents, on issues referring to the interpretation of different periods and styles. In order to elaborate...
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Contemporary music from the Western Classical tradition, a term usually reduced to simply "contemporary music," is widely considered as being quite under-represented on the current musical scene in comparison to the music from any other period. As a perspective from which to explore this aversion beyond the obvious likes and dislikes, our aim was t...
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There is a global shortage of music teachers, and this deficit is continually growing. While there is a considerable body of research on the sources of concern, attrition, stress and burnout for practising teachers, studies investigating the perspective of pre-service music teachers instead are comparatively rarer. This gap in the literature is pro...
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Although there are many works dedicated to the study of either educational legislation or textbooks, only a few are devoted to their joint research. In the present study, we aimed to investigate how the national regulations regarding the mandatory contents related to music in Early Childhood Education in the stage of 3 to 6 years are reflected in t...
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‘Simultaneous Learning’ (SL) is a pedagogical approach aimed at fostering enjoyable and proactive music teaching. Developed by the British educationalist Paul Harris, SL has been taught worldwide for the past two decades but has not yet been investigated by a scholarly publication. We thus focused our research on the first usage of SL in the contex...
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Written teaching philosophies are a common part of applications for music teaching positions. However, their contents are not commonly addressed in the music-education research literature. At the present study, I aim to explore the beliefs in practicing the profession as expressed in those statements and based on the case of last-year pre-service m...
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En España, la aprobación de la Ley Orgánica 3/2020, de 20 de noviembre, por la que se modifica la Ley Orgánica de Educación 2/2006, de 3 de mayo, conocida como LOMLOE, sitúa al enfoque competencial en primer plano. De forma previa, otros informes, leyes, normas y recomendaciones de ámbito nacional y europeo también prestaron una notable atención y...
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This chapter is based on a case study and aims to introduce KP to the literature and investigate how the concept of ‘project landmarks’ is constructed from the practitioner perspective (i.e. to explore the project facilitators and administrators beliefs, in terms of attitudes, motivations, opinions, etc.). It first introduces theoretical conception...
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By means of a quantitative cross-sectional study we aim to explore to the profile of the future music teacher during their last training stage at university. Our approach addresses their sociodemographic characteristics, academic backgrounds, and musical preferences. A brief questionnaire, created and validated for this study, was administered in t...
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In order to measure the attitude of Secondary School Students towards Classical Music, a questionnaire based on the traditional tri-dimensional model was built and validated. Items were built upon the three-dimensional attitudinal model (i.e affective, cognitive and behavioural) and other variables which were taken into account in order to help for...
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Given the high-value of its resources for teaching music, as posed in the 70s by the works of John Paynter, Peter Aston, Robert Murray Schafer, Gertrud Meyer-Denkmann, Brian Dennis and others, it is easy to find literature that places Contemporary Classical Western Music as one of the top dominant trends in the field of Music Education. Our researc...
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El reducido consumo y la dificultad para una educación de la música clásica contemporánea apuntan hacia la existencia de una serie de potenciales amenazas. En el presente trabajo se identifican estas amenazas, contemplando los impedimentos para una estandarización de su valores dada su multiplicidad, su carácter paradójico y la vaguedad del propio...
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La celebración del primer congreso nacional de Didáctica de la Cultura Andaluza mostró la preocupación de los docentes, desde la Educación Infantil hasta la Educación Superior, por preservar, dar a conocer y difundir el patrimonio andaluz e investigar en la mejora de su didáctica. En este libro se presentan las aportaciones de investigación del pro...
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En el presente trabajo de reflexión teórica se revisa la complicada situación que ocupa la asignatura de música el curriculum educativo de educación primaria en España. Tras una introducción, se plantean cuestiones sobre sus contenidos, los recursos didácticos para la educación musical, la educación musical en el extranjero y la formación del profe...
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El objetivo principal de este trabajo consistió en descubrir la sensibilidad de los futuros maestros de Educación Musical en primaria de Andalucía respecto a la Música Contemporánea, entendiendo aquélla como la música culta occidental compuesta durante todo el siglo XX hasta la actualidad. Además, se buscaron posibles correlaciones y/o causas de es...

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I am tired of reading titles such as "qualitative research in education", "qualitative research in sociology", "qualitative research in psychology"... so as if qualitative research would be a totally different thing depending on the subject. I am nog going to be politically correct today, but after many years researching, I believe that subject-specific research methods ar a fallacy which Kuhn and Feyerabend would have complained on if they were alive. That of existing "different traditions" in research methodologies for each discipline is to me a mistake; we should say, instead, that there are different research traditions that can be used in each discipline. For example, I believe that a fully interpretativistic research based on phenomenology is as useful to investigate within Psychology, as a fully experimental research is for investigating in education. This fact might be a result of researchers wanting to be owners of research methodologies in their disciplines, for 1) themselves not being critized on their use of the methodologies and 2) for controlling the ways for researching in each scientific field. What do you think?

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