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Escalante, Samuel – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2020
Music teacher educators often work to prepare preservice music teachers to be socially conscious and adopt dispositions toward teaching in socially just ways. Preservice teachers' beliefs, attitudes, and dispositions toward social justice issues may not be sufficiently challenged, however, unless coursework is appropriately conceived. I designed a…
Descriptors: Music Education, Music Teachers, Undergraduate Study, Student Attitudes
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Edelman, Philip B.; Talbert, Matthew D. – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2020
The purpose of this study was to explore the effect of a visual signal on feedback type and rehearsal time usage by preservice music educators. A secondary aim was to examine the types of ambiguous feedback statements made by preservice music educators during instruction. Study participants rehearsed their university lab ensemble four times over…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Music Education, Music Teachers, Feedback (Response)
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Nápoles, Jessica; Silveira, Jason M. – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2020
The purpose of this study was to examine preservice and inservice teachers' perceptions of pacing in ensemble rehearsal settings. We used Silveira's definition of pacing as our conceptual framework: "the continuous flow of instruction without unnecessary interruptions and/or unnecessary sounds and without presentation of irrelevant…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes, Music Teachers, Teacher Attitudes
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Aguilar, Carla E.; Dye, Christopher K. – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2020
The typical undergraduate music education student is focused on developing their musicianship and leadership abilities, professional education competencies, and specific pedagogical expertise. While these are desirable outcomes of a music education degree, music teachers must learn how to effectively interact with a range of policies that will…
Descriptors: Music Education, Educational Policy, Preservice Teachers, Curriculum Development
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Baughman, Melissa – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2020
A service-learning model may be used to provide preservice music teachers with authentic context learning experiences and a range of pedagogical benefits, but research evidence specific to choral music contexts is limited. The purpose of this study was to investigate two preservice music teachers' experiences as interns with a community children's…
Descriptors: Music Teachers, Preservice Teachers, Singing, Experiential Learning
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Payne, Phillip; Ward, Jeffrey – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2020
The purpose of this survey study was to examine current admissions processes and assessment practices for music programs of National Association of Schools of Music member institutions. Representatives from 95 institutions responded to a researcher-designed questionnaire. Music education programs were perceived as being comparable to performance…
Descriptors: Selective Admission, Music Education, Music Teachers, College Admission
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Payne, Phillip D.; Lewis, Wesley; McCaskill, Frank – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2020
The primary purpose of this article was to establish the current state of mental health among music education majors. Music education majors across the United States (N = 1137) self-reported indicators of depression, anxiety, and stress. According to the results, music education majors are highly busy, enrolling in an average of 16.5 credit hours…
Descriptors: Music Education, Majors (Students), Mental Health, Depression (Psychology)
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Baumgartner, Christopher M. – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2020
In the fall of 2016, leadership in the Oklahoma Music Educators Association (OkMEA) recognized the need for a formal, music mentorship program for beginning educators. I provide a detailed description of how the mentorship co-chairs, president, immediate past president, and president-elect of OkMEA designed and implemented a statewide music…
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Music Teachers, Music Education, Program Development
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Tucker, Olivia Gail – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2020
The purpose of this article is to provide a framework for understanding and supporting the development of preservice teacher agency across undergraduate coursework and experiences. Emirbayer and Mische's chordal triad represents a temporal-relational view of agency that may be used in facilitating class discussions and designing field experiences…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Professional Identity, Music Teachers, Inclusion
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Isbell, Daniel S. – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2020
The development of musicianship is a fundamental learning outcome for music students. The purpose of this study was to examine the early socialization experiences of preservice music teachers, as well as their opinions about musicianship. A total of 138 undergraduate music education students completed a three-part online questionnaire. The large…
Descriptors: Musicians, Music Teachers, Music Education, Socialization
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Regier, Bradley J.; Scherer, Alec D.; Silvey, Brian A. – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2020
The purpose of this study was to examine undergraduate conductors' personal approaches to conducting practice, practice time allocation, and beliefs about their conducting abilities. Participants (N = 126) were undergraduate conductors enrolled in basic conducting courses at 17 NASM (National Association of Schools of Music)--accredited…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Music Activities, Musicians, Music Education
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Grimsby, Rachel – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2020
The purpose of this instrumental case study was to examine three elementary music teacher's perceptions of preparation to work with students with disabilities. Research questions included the following: How do elementary general music teachers define preparedness for working with students with disabilities? What challenges do elementary general…
Descriptors: Inservice Teacher Education, Students with Disabilities, Elementary School Teachers, Music Teachers
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Conway, Colleen; Marra, Christopher; Marra, Jessica Vaughan – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2020
The key research question for this qualitative study was as follows: How do program directors in selected schools describe the successes and challenges related to the design of their Master of Music degree in music education? Data sources included website content for 21 NASM-accredited programs and individual interviews with program directors from…
Descriptors: Music Education, Graduate Study, Masters Programs, Program Design
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Robinson, Charles R.; Belgrave, Melita J.; Keown, Daniel J. – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2019
We examined decisions to include or exclude adolescent students in music performance ensembles as influenced by disability, task complexity, and biased information statements. Undergraduate music majors (N = 104) viewed video recordings presenting varied student profiles that included two disability types, two task complexity levels, and…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Undergraduate Students, Mentors, Music
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West, Chad; Clauhs, Matthew – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2019
While observing exemplary in-service teachers is important, researchers suggest there may be benefits to observing peers as well. Much of the peer observation literature is focused on the process of peers observing peers in the same institution. The authors of this study brought together undergraduate music education peers from two separate…
Descriptors: Music, Music Education, Music Teachers, Preservice Teachers
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