The Changing Face of Music and Art Education
Interdisciplinary Journal for Music and Art Pedagogy



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4th Music Psychology Course 2011 April, 18, 19 & 21st
Main guest lectures: Prof. Nigel Marshall, prof. Adam Ockelford and prof. Graham Welch (UK), prof. Jelena Davidova (LV)
For attending lectures of MPC2011 additional fee is required, registration via CFMAEYTT2011 on-line form.


1st Teacher Training Seminar 2011 April, 20th
“Creativity and assessment: research-based teacher training in arts education”


Teacher Training Seminar SCHEDULE
Music Psychology Course SCHEDULE

CFMAEYTT2011 Proceedings (read only)

4th scientific conference for MA and PhD students
The Changing Face of Music and Art Education: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
Tallinn University, April, 19–21, 2011

The 4th scientific conference for MA and PhD students CFMAEYTT2011 takes place on APRIL 19–21, 2011 at Tallinn University. During these days there are sessions and discussions (in English, Russian and in Estonian) as well as the possibility to introduce with music studies in TLU - attend different classes or courses.

The conference is open for presentations of other fields of art, art education, interdisciplinary and intercultural research.

In collaboration with the conference there take place 4
th Music Psychology Course (MPC2011) and 1st Teacher Training Seminar Creativity and assessment: research-based teacher training in arts education” (TTS2011).

Keynote speakers

Graham Welch (UK)
Institute of Education
International Music Education Research Centre
University of London

Nigel Marshall (UK)
Roehampton University
Centre for International Research in Creativity and Learning

Adam Ockelford (UK)
Roehampton University


The next conference for MA and PhD students takes place in April 20, 2011 under the new compound name “The Changing Face of Music and Art Education Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow” (CFMAEYTT2011). This change of title is connected with establishing a peer-review journal with international editorial board “The Changing Face of Music and Art Education” which collocates the publication series compiled on material of the earlier conferences (CFME and MEYTT) under one embrazing moto and title.

The aim of the next conference is to popularize the music and different arts pedagogics, creative-analytic and psychological orientations to TLU students as well as to the national and international stage. For the first time there is an integrated teacher training seminar “Creativity and assessment: research-based teacher training in arts education”, which aims to discuss the role of teacher training in arts education. Aim of the seminar and the conference is to gather researchers and teachers. Also it is important to offer students a professional environment within they can collect the accounts as their own experiences as a foreign language presentations and publishing articles. This will allow the students and their supervisors to get closer to high-quality science and thus ensures the next generation. Before mentioned conference which is open to a broad audience, helps to popularize the research in arts in general.

The MA and PhD students' conference is closely linked with international lecturers in Music Psychology course, which has taken place three times so far (2008, 2009, 2010). This is also the guarantor of continuity, which aims to take care of diverse and international circulation of music research and the next generation of young scientists.

Main keywords of the conference:
Musicality, creativity, well-being, innovation, curriculum, teacher training, teaching method(s)

Teacher Training Seminar (TTS2011)
“Creativity and assessment: research-based teacher training in arts education”

Main themes:
Assessment of creative subjects and reasearch-based teaching in arts education.
Development of curriculums and joint-curriculums of Fine Arts
Teacher training, teaching method(s), evident-based research
Curriculum, requirements of BA and MA thesis, programs of National Curriculum (RÕK)


Teacher Training Seminar SCHEDULE
Music Psychology Course SCHEDULE

Mon April 18th –
Tue April 19th – day of arrival for conference guests only, visiting school or kindergarten,
Wed April 20th – main conference day
1st Teacher Training Seminar Creativity and assessment: research-based teacher training in arts education”
Thu April 21
staccompagnying events, MPC2011

CFMAEYTT2011 Proceedings (read only)



January 17th, 2010 - deadline for submitting presentation proposal
February 14th, 2011 - feedback of proposal's acceptance
March 1st, 2011 - deadline for submitting full-text article and paying publication fee

Please FILL IN the PROPOSAL FORM on-line.
Please FILL IN the REGISTRATION on-line.

Participation and issuing fee

Paper presentation basic fee: 30 EUR / 470 EEK
Paper presentation including article issuing student fee: +20 EUR / 313 EEK = 50 EUR / 780 EEK
Paper presentation including article issuing normal fee:
+40 EUR / 625EEK = 70 EUR / 1100 EEK

Bank account
Tallinna Ülikool / Tallinn University
22 100 610 7980
Swedbank (former Hansapank, Liivalaia 8, Tallinn Eesti/Estonia)
IBAN: EE79 2200 2210 0610 7980

Bank transfer fee must be payed by the participant her/himself.
Please be sure, that you transfer the exact summa.
Please indicate the payment as
CFMAEYTT2011 basic or student/normal issuing fee


Fast student registration can get some free accommodation places organised by our students.
Restriction: free accommodation is guaranteed one night only.

Propitious (39 €) accomodation in
Park Inn Central.
Please download
Hotel Registration Form and send it until APRIL 4 via E-mail or Fax to the hotel reception.

ABSTRACT requirements

Please follow the instruction of the

The abstract should not extend 200-300 words and include the following sections:
Background / Introduction
Aim / Main idea
Method(s) and main contribution / Application
Implication / Discussion / Conclusion

References are asked to be included seperately.


Participants who are interested in being published in the CFMAE Journal of the conference are kindly asked to contribute with additional 20 EUR. This fee DOES NOT include language editing. If you need professional language editing CFMAE can provide it for an additional fee of 12 EUR.

All articles will be reviewed anonymously by international scientific reviewers.

See requirements and template on
CFMAE article formatting site.

Please send your
formatted ARTICLE (named as followed – CFMAEYTT2011_name_surname – with E-mail subject line „CFMAEYTT2011 submission“) as MS Word (doc) and Adobe (pdf) file to following aadress: Marit Mõistlik <moistlik[at]>

Welcome to Tallinn!

Tiina Selke (Head of Department of Music)

Gerhard Lock

Marit Mõistlik

Department of Music, Institute of Fine Arts, Tallinn University

Second Call for papers
First Call for papers



Music Education Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow 2007, 2008, 2010

The Changing Face of Music Education 2004, 2009

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