Conflict of perceptions of authenticity in using popular culture inside the classroom<br />Pedro De Bruyckere<br />AndrejN...
Music & popular culture is an important tool in the classroom.<br />
Butifyouask the pupils, they are notthatsure…<br />
We want to arguethis is because of a conflict between different perceptions of authenticity.<br />
Authenticity: beingtrue to yourself<br />
Sincerity: beingtrue to others.<br />
Why has the importance of authenticityaugmented?<br />
Anexperienceeconomy<br />
Perception of authenticity: how we perceivesomeoneorsomething as authentic.<br />
What happens whileusingmusic in the classroom is a conflict of perceptions of authenticity.<br />
BasedonStuartHall’s “Encoding/decoding”<br />
“With a little help frommyfriends” by the Beatles? Uhm, +/- a inside joke.<br />
“With a little help frommyfriends” byJoeCocker?<br />A hippie anthem.<br />
“We don’tneednoeducation” became “proper education”<br />
(Music) selectionbasedonpersonaland shared criteria of authenticity.<br />
Howcanyou bypass thisproblem? <br />Make a personalchoiceor let the pupilschoose. <br />
This is what we actuallydid in the Silver-project.<br />www.silver-comenius.eu<br />
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This is the presentation for the IRDO conference in Slovenia, 11 March 2011.

This presentation is based on 2 projects: SILVER (This Comeniusproject is funded with support of the European Commission: 141858-2008-LLP-BE-COMENIUS-CMP ) and “Is dat echt?” PWO-project funded by Onderzoek en Ontwikkeling – Arteveldehogeschool.

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Conflict of perceptions of authenticity in using popular culture inside the classroom

  1. 1. Conflict of perceptions of authenticity in using popular culture inside the classroom<br />Pedro De Bruyckere<br />AndrejNaterer<br />Thispresentation is basedon 2 projects: SILVER (This Comeniusproject is funded with support of the European Commission: 141858-2008-LLP-BE-COMENIUS-CMP ) and “Is dat echt?” PWO-projectfundedby Onderzoek en Ontwikkeling – Arteveldehogeschool.<br />
  2. 2. Music & popular culture is an important tool in the classroom.<br />
  3. 3. Butifyouask the pupils, they are notthatsure…<br />
  4. 4. We want to arguethis is because of a conflict between different perceptions of authenticity.<br />
  5. 5. Authenticity: beingtrue to yourself<br />
  6. 6. Sincerity: beingtrue to others.<br />
  7. 7. Why has the importance of authenticityaugmented?<br />
  8. 8. Anexperienceeconomy<br />
  9. 9. Perception of authenticity: how we perceivesomeoneorsomething as authentic.<br />
  10. 10. What happens whileusingmusic in the classroom is a conflict of perceptions of authenticity.<br />
  11. 11.
  12. 12. BasedonStuartHall’s “Encoding/decoding”<br />
  13. 13. “With a little help frommyfriends” by the Beatles? Uhm, +/- a inside joke.<br />
  14. 14. “With a little help frommyfriends” byJoeCocker?<br />A hippie anthem.<br />
  15. 15. “We don’tneednoeducation” became “proper education”<br />
  16. 16. (Music) selectionbasedonpersonaland shared criteria of authenticity.<br />
  17. 17. Howcanyou bypass thisproblem? <br />Make a personalchoiceor let the pupilschoose. <br />
  18. 18. This is what we actuallydid in the Silver-project.<br />www.silver-comenius.eu<br />

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