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Marcelo Giglio

Name Marcelo Giglio (Former collaborator)
Position Professeur-chercheur (Didactique de la musique) HEP-BEJUNE et Chargé d'enseignement - chercheur associé, UNINE
Institute Institut de psychologie et éducation
Faculty Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences
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Homepage http://www.hep-bejune.ch/recherche/pagesch...
Research Project entries (2)
Publications Papers (159)
Research fields –Creative Collaboration in the Classroom

–Cultural Educational Psychology

–Creativity and class interactions in Music Education

–Design and Observing Settings Promoting Creative and Reflective Collaboration

–Curricular Educational Reform on Teaching and Teacher Education

–Self-assessment and Self-Regulated Learning in Creative Settings

–Social and Creative Approaches of Education

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Diplomas 2010: Ph.D. summa cum laude, Institute of Psychology and Education of the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland / Doctorat en sciences humaines et sociales (Mention excellent)

1994: Licenciatura en Música, Faculty of Humanities and Arts of the National University of Rosario, Argentina

2008: Attestation de l’Ecole doctorale en Sciences de l’éducation, Switzerland’s universities (CUSO), Switzerland

2007: Attestation de formateurs et formatrices de formateurs et formatrices (F3) dans le domaine des médias, de l’image et des technologies de l’information et de la communication (F3-MITIC) – HEP-BEJUNE, Switzerland

2004: Authorisation – teaching in secondary schools, Canton of Neuchâtel, Switzerland

1994: Diplôme d’enseignement de piano – Conservatoire de musique de La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland

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Former positions –Professor (since 2003) and Head of research projects (since 2019) at the University of Teacher Education HEP-BEJUNE, Switzerland

Since 2011 – Coordinator of the Research unit ‘Social Interactions in the Classroom and Didactic Approaches’, HEP-BEJUNE, Switzerland

Since 2011 – Lecturer – Researcher at the Institute of Psychology and Education of the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Author of three books and several articles in different languages: English, French and Spanish

Giglio is known in educational circles for his works on reflective and creative collaboration in the classroom, teacher-students relationship in creative settings, and teacher training transformations during educational changes. He embodies the rare combination of educational researcher, theorist with school experiences and training. During the past years, Giglio and colleagues have been involved in the design of flexible and creative pedagogical sequences and in the studies on the creative and collaborative learning; the teacher practices; and the new methods to achieve more creative curriculum, teaching, teacher education, and research.

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Affiliations Executive Board Member 2015–2017 of the European Association for Practitioner Research on Improving Learning (EAPRIL)

Member of the Swiss Society for Research in Education SSRE (SSRE)

Member of the International Society for Music Education (ISME)

Member of the Association pour le Développement des Méthodologies d'Évaluation en Education (ADMEE)

Member of Alumni - University of Neuchâtel

Member of the Société Suisse de Pédagogie musicale (SSPM) Schweizerischer Musikpädagogischer Verband (SMPV)

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Additional info Previous academic activities:

2010–2011 – Research fellow at the Institute of Psychology and Education of the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland

2000 – 2002: Professor in « Lenguaje integrado " Licenciatura en Artes – Enseñanzas de las artes, 1) Música, 2) Artes visuales y 3) Movimiento. The National University of General San Martín, (filial Mar del Plata), Argentina

1995–2002: Director of the institute ‘Musikas’ – Institute of Music, Mar del Plata, Argentina

1986–1991: Assistant Student, Faculty of Humanities and Arts of the National University of Rosario, Argentina