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ERIC Number: ED099109
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 18
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Learning Is Learning to Learn How to Learn.
Caylor, Florence
This paper is concerned with findings and results of recent experimentation in learning in music, and with studies in philosophy as they relate to aesthetics in music. Because the importance of music in the growth and development of the child has been underestimated, music educators are urged first, to utilize to the fullest extent the inherent values in music as a creative art; and second, to continuously reevaluate and analyze the status of music education in terms of related fields and developments. Without exhaustive inquiry into contemporary psychology, psychiatry, sociology, and related fields, music educators will not be able to answer such basic questions as: To what extent are we utilizing applicable contemporary findings from other vitally related areas of learning? What is the relationship of these findings to learning in music? Some research findings relevant to learning music are summarized, and some new behavioral objectives are proposed based on some of the research studies. (CS)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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