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La réussite en éducation musicale : des facteurs individuels aux facteurs contextuels

Abstract : This study aim to improve knowledge about individual and contextual factors of success in music education during elementary level's first year. There are three main subjects : acquisitions' social inequalities, teacher-effect and children' interest about in class musical activities. Two musical tests (one at the beginning of the year, another at the end) were administrated to 1184 students living in Burgondy. Questionnaries completed by various actors (teachers and students) gave a lot of data. Data were analysed with multivariate models. Our results demonstrated that 1°) musical practices develop abilities and explain social origin's effect on musical acquisitions at the beginning of the year ; 2°) teacher-effect explain about 6% of the variance in the musical final tests scores between children ; 3°) contextual effects which have significant effects are all directed to children' acquisitions development ; 4°) children' interest affect their acquisitions and is in itself strongly dependant of their school success in music education, but also in general subjects.
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Marie-Céline Huguet-Benabdelmouna. La réussite en éducation musicale : des facteurs individuels aux facteurs contextuels. Education. Université de Bourgogne, 2007. Français. ⟨tel-00259778⟩



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