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In this article the authors share their experiences as both K-12 music teachers and teacher educators to discuss various aspects of music education. Some of these aspects are continuing curricular ubiquity of the elements of music, barriers to change toward an enactment of an alternative pedagogy, i...
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This article describes the effects of a year-long reflective writing assignment -- weekly Learning Posts -- designed for students in an undergraduate music education course. I created this assignment to cause students to regularly interrogate the teaching and learning they experience in their own da...
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The article examines several research studies related to aspects of choral music education. The author believes that academic research can help choral educators with their work. The research studies are categorized under procedure for teaching rote songs, children's singing and development, ins...
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The article presents a curriculum of equity, diversity and social justice in music education practice. A delineation of these terms is offered in order to emphasize and direct attention to the goals represented by these ideas such as an equity-educator is more concerned with who participates and who...
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The article discusses various reasons on why people engage in choral singing (CS). One is the development of the sense of community in a performing group. Another is the profound effect of CS on both the singing and the memory of the choral members. Last, is the attainment of the experience of a con...
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The article offers guidelines for choral teachers/choir directors on selecting the choral repertoire. It describes how attending choral reading sessions can give choral teachers/choir directors ideas for a repertoire. They can also get repertoire recommendations from colleagues or the choral communi...
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This paper explores the phenomenon of spontaneous vocalisations in the self-chosen, unstructured outdoor play of children aged 3–12. Spontaneous vocalisations encompass the whole range of children's unprompted, natural, expressive vocal soundings beyond spoken language. Non-participant observation...
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Researchers in this study adopted an ethnomusicology perspective to explore the playground language and music-making practices of children at nine Canadian school playgrounds over a two-year period. Using non-participant observation the researchers found that school children (ages 5-12) engaged in m...