Casal de la Fuente

Lecturer

Area of Didactics of Musical Expression
Department of Special Didactics

Contact information

Faculty of Education and Social Work
Pavillón 1, Planta 1, Despacho 2
As Lagoas, s/n
32004 Ourense

+34 988 387 184
lucia.casal@uvigo.gal

Short CV

Singer and psychopedagogue, with masters in therapy and in training processes. In the period 2014-2021 she worked at the USC as a teacher of the Department of Pedagogy and Didactics (7 years), and as an international projects officer (10 months) and a teaching training and innovation officer (9 months). From 2021 she is a teacher and researcher of the Area of Didactics of Musical Expression of the UVIGO. Her training and expertise are focused on vocal technique didactics. She did several international teaching and research stays, in which she combined the study of vocal education, singing therapy, singing and music education, early childhood education, innovation and equity. Her PhD “Best psychopedagogical practices for vocal education and childhood singing: case studies of two internationally renowned programs” has been supervised by Miguel Ángel Zabalza and Carol Gillanders. She is the coordinator of VOCES LEDAS, a psychopedagogical project on vocal and singing education. She usually takes part in educational conferences and seminars. She also wrote diverse academic papers, and collaborates with both national and international research groups.

Teaching

Teaching profile at UVigo

1st term

2nd term

Grao en Educación Primaria

O05G120V01403 | Expresión e linguaxe musical

 

Tutorials

1st term

On-site concerted tutorials
The teaching staff has a on-site tutorials offer in concerted timetable. You can arrange a meeting in your Online Secretariat.

 

2nd term

On-site concerted tutorials
The teaching staff has a on-site tutorials offer in concerted timetable. You can arrange a meeting in your Virtual Secretariat.

Research

Research topics

  • Vocal and singing education; vocal technique; singing therapy
  • Childhood and music education: learning environments and didactic choreographies
  • Best practices, innovation and equity in music education