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Carmen Carrillo is a Senior Lecturer in Music and Music Education at the International University of Catalonia. She holds a European PhD in Music Education, a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, and a Bachelor of Music in piano performance.
She is a member of the “Grup de Recerca Música i Educació” (Music and Education Research Group) recognized by the Education Department of the Generalitat Government of Catalonia. She is currently participating in a COMENIUS project titled “European Music Porfolio - Maths: Sounding Ways into Mathematics” that examines the interdisciplinary learning through Music and in a R+D project that explores the impact of Music Education in the Spanish educational context.
She has recently been a visiting scholar at the University of Southern Queensland (Australia) and at the University of Minho (Portugal). Her research interests focus on different aspects of the training and professional practice of music teachers, teachers’ identities, narrative research and the relation between Music and Maths in the field of education. Her studies have been published in journals such as “Teaching and Teacher Education” and the “International Journal of Music Education”.
The integration of music and mathematics education in Catalonia and England: perspectives on theory and practice