Associate HEP professor in didactics of creative and technical activities
Lecturer HDR in Music and Didactics of Music Education, Higher School of Teaching and Education of the Strasbourg Academy, University of Strasbourg
Associate Professor HEP
Teacher Trainer HEP Didactics of Food Sciences - Educ. nutritional
Teaching assistant in visual arts and French didactics
Dr. (Music education), Senior Lecturer, Laurea University of Applied Sciences, Finland
Kaarina graduated for a kindergarten teacher (1980), an early childhood music teacher (1995), and a one subject music teacher (Master of Arts, 1999). She continued her studies on music education (Lic.Phil. 2005 and Ph.D. 2009). Because of her themes on the continuing studies she was expertized on musical interaction and music teacher’s professional training especially with the focus on the early childhood field. Currently Kaarina Marjanen works as a senior lecturer in Laurea UAS, Southern Finland (1.10.2014-). Her working life career includes experience in many Finnish universities, both as a lecturer and a researcher. International collaboration is important for Kaarina, with many international projects like the European Music Portfolio (www.emportfolio.eu, 2009-2012). Kaarina’s approach to musical integration derives from the understanding of learning, with it’s multimodal sense-based connections and transversal nature. The basis for integration for her is explained from the prenatal learning processes and the construction of early interaction. Kaarina is a Board member of
HEP Associate Professor of Music Didactics
Nicole Goetschi Danesi
HEP Associate Professor in visual arts, developing the field of cultural mediation in schools and practicing the notebook in all its forms: drawing book, cultural notebook, travel diary, creative notebook, class notebook
Clara Périssé Arozarena
HEP Associate Professor of Visual Arts Education
I have 10 years of experience as a visual arts teacher in the Primary (
My artistic background allowed me to develop works with a critical dimension on society in a cultural and social approach.
Arrested, very young, by the discovery of Master of French, without benefit of clarifications on the foundations of the teaching of the new French, I undertake studies of linguistics, which will open to me the access to the theories then to the philosophy of language and to reveal a permanent concern to enlighten what on the basis of constructions of thought, cultural practices and teachers, actions, theories. I begin at the same time in the study of various artistic expressions, literary, musical. Nurtured by artistic practices of creation and reception, as well as pedagogical and didactic questions, I seek to overcome the sharing of artistic genres and to characterize the way in which the various artistic expressions place under stress the language demands that weigh on them and open up various possibilities of aesthetic relationship.
I graduated from the Ecole Normale Supérieure, doctor of the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, lecturer at the School of Design and Higher School of Art of Valais, in charge of the teaching of Romans in didactics of art and art history, associate member of the Creation and Research Laboratory in Arts and Technology Education, as well as coordinator of a research team of the art and technology axis within the Center for Romandian competences of disciplinary didactics.
In my teachings and activities "art", I seek to accompany an artistic praxis through the reconstruction of interdisciplinary situations, so as to locate artistic specificities by restoring them an effectiveness. In my teaching and didactic activities, I focus on the epistemology of history, theories and the teaching of art in relation to current artistic practices and aesthetic uses.
Using notions of mediation, context, didactic and pragmatic situations, renaturalization, metapictoriality, frontality and materiality, I try to subtract art and its languages from their social appearance, to support in and through them the possibility of subjective expression and emancipation.
Professor of Universities at Aix-Marseille University
Christine Esclapez is Professor of Universities at Aix-Marseille University, Music and Musicology sector. She is a member of the PRISM research unit (UMR 7061) and responsible for axis 2 "Creations, Practices and Artistic Explorations". His lines of research are currently oriented in four main directions:
-Musicology and interdisciplinarity: development of an interdisciplinary research network in the field of Musical Language Sciences (notably the interaction between phenomenology, semiotics and hermeneutics of music and the arts and, more recently, the development of a
-The writing of history and the question of forgetting: reissue of texts of the twentieth century in
-Musicology and hermeneutics: interpretation, rewriting and creation.
-Research-creation in music and musicology: