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date: 22 January 2019

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Technology, music, and education, the interrelations and interactions between them as well their impact on music education and young people’s lives, are explored in the Core Perspectives of this part of this book. Writers describe how technology enables transcendence of boundaries between formal and informal learning and between school life and personal life, potentially providing the necessary bridge that would transform music learning. At the same time, a number of threats from the use of technology in education and music education are recognized. Common threads from three different Core Perspectives’ chapters are explored and discussed in relation to the ultimate goal of education. Further discourse and caution, as well as further research, is important in order to explore and clarify potential opportunities for a more humane education and future.

Keywords: teaching with technology, long-distance learning, technology and music creativity, musical intelligence, democratic education

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