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Music Therapy
 
Projekt of Medical School, Šibenik
 

    Participating Schools:  1. Medical School, Šibenik
2. Secondary Dental School Sarajevo
3. Dental Technical School Belgrade
 
Date:  June 15th 2019
 
Project Leaders (e-mail):  1. Jelena Gović (jelena.plavcic@gmail.com), Medical School, Šibenik
2. Kulenović Šemsija
(semsija.kulenovic@gmail.com),
Secondary Dental School Sarajevo
3. Iva Pilipović
(iva.pilipovic21@gmail.com),
Dental Technical School Belgrade
 
Coordinators name and surname (e-mail):  1. Snežana Žaja (crnica24@gmail.com), Medical School, Šibenik
2. Ezrema Boškailo
(ezrema.boskailo@live.com), Secondary Dental School Sarajevo
3. Maja Vračar
(vracarmaja@yahoo.com), Dental Technical School Belgrade
 
Leader School:  Medical School, Šibenik
 
STUDENTS: 
 
1. Ana Mrčela, Medical School, Šibenik
2. Marijana Hrga
, Medical School, Šibenik
3. Kešmer Nihad
, Secondary Dental School Sarajevo
4. Pekić Amina
, Secondary Dental School Sarajevo
5. Gledo Muhamed
, Secondary Dental School Sarajevo
6. Katarina Pešić
, Dental Technical School Belgrade
7. Emilija Đorđević
, Dental Technical School Belgrade
 
Target Group: 
 
Students of health education schools.
 
Project Objectives: 
 
Our main goal is to summarise the findings from previous research on music therapy.
Cognitive outcomes:
it defines and describes music therapy, observation and linking the effect of music on someones personality and their benefits, picking and using learned concepts, possibilty of worth and their critical relationship towards the facts of the mentioned therapy.
Affective outcomes
: willingness to work and cooporate while learning, expressing selfrespect and respect towards others , representation cultural dialog amongst eachother and groups of people, working in teams, developing communication skills and teamwork.
Psychomotor outcomes: mastering presentation and communication skills.
 
Tasks
 

1. Theoretically:
- study scientific literature on music therapy
-research the potenical benefits of using music in school

2. Practical:
- research the potenical benefits of using music in school
- project making
- communication and co-ordination of all participants

 

Collaborators:   
 
Place of implementation:  Classroom, School and Science Libraries, E-Medica, information- communication technology
 
Duration (phases):  Phase 1: may -june 2019.
- introducing participants to the Project
- giving tasks to students groups

Phase 2: June 2019
- communication and co-ordination of all participants through information-
communication technology and student exchange
- research conducting

Phase 3: - Septembar-decembar 2020
-project design
Phase 4: Jannuary- April 2020
- presentation of the Project
 
Expected Results:  To encourage (promote) awareness and benefits of music therapy in school enviroment. To encourage willingness to work and cooporate while learning, expressing selfrespect and respect towards others, representation cultural dialog amongst eachother and groups of people, working in teams, developing communication skills and teamwork.
 
Risk Factors:

 


    
Synopsis of project   "Music Therapy"   Synopsis of project "Music Therapy" Minimize

Project Objectives:
Our main goal is to summarise the findings from previous research on music therapy.
Cognitive outcomes: it defines and describes music therapy, observation and linking the effect of music on someones personality and their benefits, picking and using learned concepts, possibilty of worth and their critical relationship towards the facts of the mentioned therapy.
Affective outcomes: willingness to work and cooporate while learning, expressing selfrespect and respect towards others , representation cultural dialog amongst eachother and groups of people, working in teams, developing communication skills and teamwork.
Psychomotor outcomes: mastering presentation and communication skills.

Phase 1: may -june 2019.
• choosing a theme and name of the project
• drafting of the framework plan of the project
• introducing participants to the Project
• agreement of the coordinator and mentor about the project submission
• giving tasks to students groups
• communication between all project participants, facilitators and coordinators, and monitoring of project preparation work

Phase 2. (June 2019.)
• selection and communication with the co-workers who came to cooperate on the project
• exchange of information and agreement on the manner of implementation of the project among collaborating schools
• Participate and arrange coordinators, managers and students through Skype and mail
• Determining school activities and assigning tasks
• an agreement on the deadlines for the tasks to be achieved
• Beginning of student activities in project performance, observation and problem solving
• constant communication of the coordinator of the school of the participants and the project leader, and the recording and documentation of the done

Phase 3. (september - december 2019.)
• Implement research, data collection, analysis of collected data
• Exchange of collected data about the analysis of the work done in the first and second stages of the project
• elaboration of the project plan, possibility of upgrading or modification of certain parts of the project
• communication, suggestions and advice among all participants about the tasks, mails and Skype and Adobeconnect
• agreement on how to present the project
• Evaluation of the projected part of the project

Phase4. (Jannuary-March 2020.)
• possible exchange of students, in one of the participating schools, for the evaluation made so far
• Training the project performance
• constant communication between school associates via Skype, mail and Adobeconnect
• Evaluation and completion of the project
• Applicant's application


    
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