ERIC Number: ED488714
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2005
Journal of Music Teacher Education Yearbook
MENC: The National Association for Music Education
The fall 2004 and spring 2005 issues of Journal of Music Teacher Education, the online journal of MENC's Society for Music Teacher Education, in one print edition, includes a special issue on the future of music education, with articles about certification practices, second-career music teachers, music education philosophy and research for future teachers, music education students' experiences with special learners, and more. The Fall 2004 Table of Contents, (Volume 14, Number 1) is presented as follows: (1) From the Chair, "Past Accomplishments, Present Issues, and Future Directions" (David Teachout); (2) Commentary, "Life in Transition" (William E. Frederickson); (3) "A Tribute to a Founder of the Society for Music Teacher Education: George N. Heller" (Edward, P. Asmus); (4) "An Investigation of Second-Career Music Teaching" (Margaret H. Berg); (5) "The problem of Music Education Philosophy for Undergraduates" (Paul Broomhead); (6) "Where Do We Begin with Inquiry-Based Degree Programs?" (Suzanne L. Burton); (7) "Raising the Standards: Music Teacher Education in a Performance-Based World" (Don P. Ester); and (8) "Comparing Prospective Freshmen and Preservice Music Education Majors? Reflections of Music Interactions" (Deborah A. Sheldon and Gregory DeNardo). The Spring 2004 Table of Contents, (Volume 14, Number 2) contains the following articles: (1) Special Issue: " The Future of Music Education" Introduction (David Circle); (2) From the Chair: "A Call for Action in Music Teacher Education" (David Teachout); (3) "What to Do about Music Teacher Education: Our Profession at a Crossroads" (Jeffrey Kimpton); (4) "What Partnerships Must We Create, Build, or Reenergize in K-12 Higher and Professional Education for Music Teacher Education in the Future?" (Janet Robbins and Robin Stein); (5) "Where Will the Supply of New Teachers Come From, Where Shall We Recruit, and Who Will Teach These Prospective Teachers?" (William E. Frederickson, and J. Bryan Burton); (6) the RolM, or Other State of National Professional Organizations in Providing Leadership and Support for New Research and Models?" (Don P. Ester, and David J. Brinkman) ; (7) Editor's Commentary: "Assumptions" (William E. Frederickson); (8) "An Analysis of Certification Practices for Music Education in the Fifty States" (Michele L. Henry); and (9) "The Effects of Field Experience on Music Education Majors' Perceptions of Music Instruction for Secondary Students with Special Needs" (Kimberly VanWeelden and Jennifer Whipple).
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Music Teachers, Music Education, Higher Education, Career Change, Educational Philosophy, Inquiry, Academic Standards, Majors (Students), Partnerships in Education, Teacher Supply and Demand, Leadership, Teacher Certification, Teacher Associations, Field Experience Programs, Special Needs Students
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