Special Issue 8 (2) 2016 “Dalcroze Eurhythmics in music therapy and special music education” – Conference report (published on 11 December 2016)
WAOUH! IJD Congress 2015 ‘Interactions between pedagogy, art and science and their influence on learning through and into music for today and tomorrow’
WAOUH! IJD Congress 2015
‘Interactions between pedagogy, art and science and their influence on learning through and into music for today
20-24 July 2015
Christine Croset gained her licence in Dalcroze Eurhythmics in 1983. Since then she has taught in state schools and in 2002 began working as a teacher trainer in the Haute Ecole Pédagogique du Canton de Vaud, Switzerland. She has written a collection of Eurhythmics teaching materials for little children and their teachers. In 2013, Christine graduated with an MA from the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Geneva University in teacher training. Since then, she has been working to relate Dalcroze pedagogy to scientific perspectives. Christine participates in international conferences and other speaking engagements, and publishes research articles.