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Gardiner, Robert – Music Education Research, 2020
Within teacher education in England, self-reflective practices commonly function as a tool for student development. However, with current philosophical thought tending towards social-constructivism whereby understanding is deeply influenced by social context, the extent to which student teachers can objectively express 'themselves' must be…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Ideology, Preservice Teachers, Self Concept
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López-Íñiguez, Guadalupe; Bennett, Dawn – Music Education Research, 2020
Many professional musicians would describe their careers as somewhat different to the careers they imagined when they were students. This study sought to understand the relationships between musicians' higher music education experiences and their professional work, and to expose the adaptive strategies they employ to sustain their work. The…
Descriptors: Musicians, Music Education, Classical Music, Outcomes of Education
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Pitt, Jessica – Music Education Research, 2020
Young children's speech and communication skills have been in the spotlight in recent years, often in association with parental socio-economic status and children's 'readiness' for school. Finding innovative and open-ended ways to encourage children with communication difficulties to engage in interactive play was the premise for this action…
Descriptors: Young Children, Speech Skills, Communication Skills, Speech Language Pathology
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Fortuna, Sandra; Nijs, Luc – Music Education Research, 2020
Can a bodily engagement with music affect the process of musical meaning formation and, as such, affect children's graphic representation of music? To address this question a comparative study was conducted in which primary school children (n = 52; age = 9-10) without any formal music education participated in a verbal-based (describe the music…
Descriptors: Human Body, Music Activities, Motion, Elementary School Students
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Thomas-Durrell, Latasha – Music Education Research, 2020
Many LGBTQ educators approach identity management with great caution, but what types of identity management do these teachers employ when teaching in an area characterised by evangelical fundamentalism that heavily influences education and society such as the area known as the Bible Belt? The purpose of this study was to explore the experiences of…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, Christianity, Social Attitudes, Self Concept
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Lage-Gómez, Carlos; Cremades-Andreu, Roberto – Music Education Research, 2020
The seminal conceptualisation of the varying forms of authorship associated with different creativities developed as social practices has deep implications for research into music education in secondary schools. One such type is 'participatory creativity', which is explored through a cross-cutting secondary school study. Aimed at the creation of a…
Descriptors: Creativity, Music Education, Secondary School Students, Audio Equipment
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Koutsoupidou, Theano – Music Education Research, 2020
This research aimed to explore the play situations and episodes that are developed in early childhood settings focusing on the interactions between children and their adult teachers. A questionnaire survey including 50 participants was first carried out to explore teachers' perspectives and practices regarding musical play; this was followed by 19…
Descriptors: Music Activities, Play, Young Children, Teacher Student Relationship
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Aróstegui, José Luis – Music Education Research, 2020
This paper discusses the influence of neoliberalism and the knowledge economy in national curricula, and in school music education in particular, in order to cope with the role school music is playing and it could play in a curriculum conceived 'to boost the knowledge economy' currently in effect in most of the countries. For this, some economy…
Descriptors: Knowledge Economy, Music Education, National Curriculum, Role
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Aydiner-Uygun, Mehtap – Music Education Research, 2020
The purpose of the study being reported here set out to examine the achievement goal orientations of students majoring in Music Education as predictors of their learning approaches. Set in Turkey, the study group consisted of music education majors (n = 240) in a variety of higher education settings (n = 5). The study results revealed that the…
Descriptors: Goal Orientation, Musical Instruments, Music Education, Learning Processes
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Fiorentino, Matthew C. – Music Education Research, 2020
In this study, I explore the experiences of two college music students of colour who founded and led an organisation for underrepresented music students by employing a theoretical framework of citizenship (Osler and Starkey 2005). According to Osler and Starkey (2005), citizenship refers to the practices and statuses of membership within an…
Descriptors: College Students, Music Education, Peer Relationship, Minority Group Students
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Coppola, William J. – Music Education Research, 2020
In this study I conduct a dramaturgical analysis to examine the performance of social identity among the members a competitive high school jazz band located in the western United States. Using dramaturgical theory (Goffman, E. 1959. "The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life." Anchor Books.), which uses a metaphor with the theatre to…
Descriptors: High School Students, Musical Instruments, Figurative Language, Music Activities
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MacGregor, Elizabeth H. – Music Education Research, 2020
Participatory performance, as defined by Thomas Turino, holds the potential to contribute to enhanced social bonding, cooperation, and the realisation of community among participants -- despite the conflict or 'paradox' between self-expression and collective affiliation which it often provokes. This study considers how managing this underlying…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Music Education, Performance, Early Adolescents
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Lee, Pyng-Na – Music Education Research, 2020
This study aims to understand how an indigenous teacher passed on Paiwanese culture during music teaching at an elementary school located in one of Paiwan tribes in southern Taiwan. A qualitative case study was adopted to portray the teaching context and phenomena. The study participants were an indigenous teacher and 18 sixth-grade indigenous…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Cultural Influences, Indigenous Populations, Music Education
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Teichman, Eric – Music Education Research, 2020
Jazz has been a familiar element of secondary music curricula in the United States since the late 1960s (Worthy 2013). Yet, as broader social dialogue addresses equity and justice concerning gender and sexuality, secondary instrumental jazz education remains underrepresented in those discussions. Pressures to conform to heteronormative notions and…
Descriptors: Music Education, Musical Instruments, Secondary Education, Social Bias
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Chen, Jason Chi Wai; O'Neill, Susan A. – Music Education Research, 2020
This study examined 44 students' engagement in the composition of popular and classical music in a computer-mediated environment. The study took place over the course of one school year at a government-funded secondary school in Hong Kong that had 30 iMac music workstations. Participants were 22 Form 3 students (aged 14-15) and 22 Form 4 students…
Descriptors: Musical Composition, Secondary School Students, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Technology
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