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Diverse methodologies in the study of music teaching and learning

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Advances in music education research, Information Age Pub., Charlotte, N.C., p.218 (2008)

Call Number:

Cubb MT1 .D58 2008

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8569604

Keywords:

Music--Instruction and study

Abstract:

Contents: The live/d performance of scholarship : shared structures and ethos in music and research / Liora Bresler -- Young children's constructions of the musical knowledgeable other / Peter Whiteman -- Getting the minutes in : a case study of beginning instrumentalist's music practice / Margaret H. Berg -- First-year teachers and methods classes : is there a connection? / Margaret Schmidt -- Music educator as social agent : a personal narrative / Melissa Natale Abramo -- Teaching in an unforgiving present for the unknowable future : multicultural human subjectivity, antiracism pedagogy, and music education / Deborah Bradley -- Discourse in the band room : the role of talk in an instrumental music classroom / Teryl L. Dobbs -- Charter schools : embracing or excluding the arts? / James R. Austin and Joshua A. Russell -- Doctoral students in music and their socialization into teaching : an initial inquiry / Susan Wharton Conkling and Warren Henry -- A narrative in multiple institutional review board interactions : a call for music education researchers / Linda C. Thornton.