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McPhail, Graham; Tibbles, Sally; Cornish, Mary – British Journal of Music Education, 2023
The purpose of this paper is to discuss the impact of the Curriculum Design Coherence Model (CDC Model -- Rata, 2019) on the design practice of two music teachers in a middle school music class in New Zealand. The CDC Model proposes that deep learning first requires deep design coherence. This coherence is generated by three interrelated design…
Descriptors: Curriculum Design, Music Teachers, Music Education, Middle School Teachers
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Matsunobu, Koji; Davidson, Robert; Lo, Khin Yee – British Journal of Music Education, 2023
This paper examines the experience and role of negative emotions in facilitating university students' learning in world music courses. Based on a review of literature in music psychology and music education, we posit that negative emotions can engender a meaningful learning context. In this project conducted in an Australian university, we created…
Descriptors: Negative Attitudes, Music Education, Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students
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Carroll, Christine; Harris, Joanne – British Journal of Music Education, 2023
The literature concerning pre-service training in music education for generalist primary or elementary school teachers reveals a long-standing problem for teacher educators: low or poor self-efficacy concerning the teaching of classroom music. Concurrently, a critical examination of training programmes has less often featured, with only limited…
Descriptors: Music Education, Preservice Teachers, General Education, Foreign Countries
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Devroop, Karendra – British Journal of Music Education, 2023
The impact of practical instrumental music instruction on students' psychological and sociological well-being is well documented in research literature. The extent to which these findings hold true for disadvantaged populations is unknown. Previous studies focused on young students with little to no research on disadvantaged young adults at…
Descriptors: Music Education, Psychological Patterns, Well Being, Disadvantaged
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Tatlow, Stephen – British Journal of Music Education, 2023
A common conclusion drawn from publicly available Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) data releases is that Higher Music Education (HME) courses have a predominantly male population. However, HESA data has key issues when examining HME courses: which courses are reported as 'music' courses to HESA; how do universities decide which courses…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Music Education, Gender Differences
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Pickard, Beth; Rushton, Rosie – British Journal of Music Education, 2023
This article evaluates the impact of volunteering with a music education project for children and adults with learning disabilities on the professional development and career trajectory of music students at a Conservatoire in the United Kingdom. A mixed-methods online questionnaire captured the impact of volunteering with Melody Music Birmingham.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, College Students, Disabilities
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Bannan, Nicholas – British Journal of Music Education, 2023
This article places in historical context the three operas written by Alan Ridout for the choir of Canterbury Cathedral during the 1960s. Analysis of these works and their gestation is presented as a microcosm representing wider developments in music education since then. The analysis weaves together personal recollections, authenticated through…
Descriptors: Opera, Music Education, Children, Singing
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Svalina, Vesna – British Journal of Music Education, 2023
This paper presents the results of a study conducted to determine the importance of listening to music in relation to other music activities in teaching music in Croatian primary schools, and whether teachers' listening habits affect how much listening activity is used in music lessons. The results showed that in the teaching of music at the…
Descriptors: Listening Skills, Music Education, Elementary School Students, Teaching Methods
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Knutsson, Ida – British Journal of Music Education, 2023
Group teaching is rapidly spreading across the world, but little research has been conducted to investigate its impact on students' musical abilities in comparison to inclusion in group tuition contexts. This article investigates how music teachers from the classical orchestra instrumental tradition discuss group tuition. Three focus group…
Descriptors: Group Instruction, Music Education, Music Teachers, Music Activities
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Young, Susan – British Journal of Music Education, 2023
Neoliberalism and neoconservatism are two political ideologies that currently shape state directives for education in many countries. In this article, I describe the confluence of neoliberal and neoconservative ideologies that led to the introduction, by the English state department for education, of a Model Music Curriculum for schools. I…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Curriculum, Neoliberalism
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Booth, Nikki; Kinsella, Victoria – British Journal of Music Education, 2022
Meyer and Land's work (among subsequent others) on threshold concepts (TCs) has been influential in numerous subjects, particularly in higher education. However, despite its growing international interest, its application into the domain of music in schools is a highly under-researched area. This article draws on the notion of TCs focusing on the…
Descriptors: Fundamental Concepts, Secondary School Students, Formative Evaluation, Music Education
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Henley, Jennie; Barton, David – British Journal of Music Education, 2022
This article reports findings from a study that sought to identify barriers to music and music education in the UK. Emerging from empirical research involving n = 723 participants and clarified by an evidence base of over 10,000 research participants, the key findings presented in this paper relate to "pupil and participant voice and…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Music Education, Music Teachers, Barriers
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Latukefu, Lotte; Pollard, Jessica – British Journal of Music Education, 2022
Earning a living via multiple income streams through a portfolio career is the reality for most music graduates. In the last 10-15 years, music conservatoires around the world have begun to recognise and respond to this reality in the way they train and prepare students for life after study (Bennet, 2008; Draper & Cunio, 2014; Rowley et al.,…
Descriptors: Music Education, Education Work Relationship, Career Development, College Graduates
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Anderson, Anthony – British Journal of Music Education, 2022
Curriculum design is a domain that infrequently forms a discrete element of initial teacher training, or continuing professional development for music teachers in English secondary schools. Classroom music teachers, teaching Key Stage 3 (KS3) learners (11-14-year olds), are, however, required to design their own curriculum. Teachers are…
Descriptors: Curriculum Design, Music Education, Music Teachers, Secondary School Teachers
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Breeze, Thomas; Beauchamp, Gary – British Journal of Music Education, 2022
In the context of falling recruitment to Initial Teacher Education programmes in the UK, this article focuses on motivators and demotivators affecting undergraduate students' attitudes towards training as a teacher and considers these under the broad headings of altruistic (such as wanting to share a love of the subject and working with young…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preservice Teacher Education, Teacher Education Programs, Undergraduate Students
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