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fotografija002-1Sabina Vidulin

Email: svidulin(at)unipu.hr
Music Academy in Pula, University of Juraj Dobrila
www.unipu.hr

Sabina Vidulin was born in Pula, Croatia, in 1971. She graduated (MA) at the University of Education in Pula (Department of Music). She has a master’s degree in Music Pedagogy (M. Sc.), a doctoral degree in education (PH.D.), and degrees as teacher mentor and teacher adviser for music education. Promoting pedagogical practice and theory she received the prestigious state reward Ivan Filipović. From 1995 to 2008 she was employed as a specialized music teacher in the primary compulsory school: taught music from 4th to 8th grade, led a children choir, music composing and instrumentals groups. She established the singing school festival and performed two musical with students. For ten years she was holding a university students’ practice in schools. In 1997 she started working at the Department of Music in Pula (Music Academy), first as a subcontractor and then in 2006 on fulltime work. She leads the courses: Music Pedagogy, Didactics of Music and Didactical Music Practice. Sabina Vidulin held over eighty lectures, presentations and workshops at scientific and professional conferences and symposia in Croatia and abroad (Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Germany, Hungary, Kosovo, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Slovenia, Serbia) and did many research works in the field of music education. She published a songbook, four books (about extracurricular activities, musical activities in school, didactical aspects in teaching music and about musical creativity), over fifty scientific articles, several supplements in daily papers and four CDs with children’s songs. She is the editor-in-chief of four Proceedings from the music symposia. She reviewed music textbooks, books, scientific papers and music programs. Vidulin is the president of the scientific committee of the International Symposium of Music Pedagogy in Pula and member of the editorial board in six international music journals. From 2010 she is the EAS national coordinator for Croatia.