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Pratiques musicales collectives et climat de classe

Abstract : A positive school climate takes part to the students’ school success and well-being. Since few years, some schools are confronted with phenomena of physical or emotional violence between children. However, this high level of violence can damage school atmosphere. That’s why we have to think about some tools which could make the last great again. Scientists have studied the benefits of both vocal and instrumental collective practices on children. They have noted that musical collective practices have a good impact on the development of psychosocial skills and cognitive functions. Moreover, these ones participate in the emergence of sense of belonging and improve the pupil’s feeling of well-being. At last, they promote the student’s acquisition of the discipline’s principle. Therefore, this study is aimed at examining the musical collective practices’ influence on the atmosphere of classroom. For this, we have selected two classes of cycle 3, named “class A” and “class B”. The students of the first take courses with a focus on music. Then, we have proposed to pupils a questionnaire in order to compare their classroom’s atmosphere. Moreover, we have interviewed the teachers of both classes. The results show that the class A seems to have a better climate than the class B. Furthermore, the teachers agree with scientists on numerous musical collective practices’ benefits. However, they highlight that other tools can be used to improve school climate.
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Céline Boisjot. Pratiques musicales collectives et climat de classe. Education. 2020. ⟨dumas-03001740⟩



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