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Oliveira, António; Ribeiro, Fabiana Silva; Ribeiro, Luísa Mota; McPherson, Gary; Oliveira-Silva, Patrícia – Music Education Research, 2021
Motivation is a crucial aspect of learning, particularly in the field of music. For decades, motivation for learning music has been a much-discussed subject, and yet its influence still remains a convoluted issue. This study systematically analyses peer-reviewed English language studies, according to PRISMA guidelines, in order to understand how…
Descriptors: Learning Motivation, Music Education, Musical Instruments, Educational Research
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Lewis, Judy; Christophersen, Catharina – Music Education Research, 2021
There has been a growing realisation in social justice literature that there are barriers to music teaching and learning, privileging certain musics and certain people. Recent writings suggest that practice-near perspectives may provide valuable insights into the particularities and complexities of social (in)justice within music education.…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Ethnography, Music Education, Action Research
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Wong, Marina Wai-yee – Music Education Research, 2021
In Hong Kong, the principle of 'one curriculum framework for all' applies to all students, including students with special educational needs (SEN) (EDB 2020. "Special Education Needs." https://www.edb.gov.hk/en/curriculum-development/major-level-of-edu/special-educational-needs/index.html). Students with intellectual disabilities (ID)…
Descriptors: Music, Music Education, Creativity, Music Teachers
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Pan, Yuan Yuan; Sun, Xiao Yun; Dang, Yu Na; Chen, Meijun; Wang, Lu; Shen, Lu – Music Education Research, 2021
Mental health is a crucial aspect of overall wellbeing, and anxiety and depression among graduate students have become grave concerns. This study aimed to determine whether listening to music can help graduate students to reduce their depression levels. For the experiment, 1,007 participants were selected from several universities in Guangxi, of…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Depression (Psychology), Anxiety, Well Being
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Kennedy, Jamie – Music Education Research, 2021
During an investigation into learning in professional orchestral performance, space and place was observed to be important to the musicians' development of orchestral practices. Emplacement is advanced here as a useful concept to explain this spatial aspect of orchestral performance knowledge. Originating in sensory ethnographic research,…
Descriptors: Knowledge Level, Performance, Musicians, Music Activities
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Jordhus-Lier, Anne; Nielsen, Siw Graabraek; Karlsen, Sidsel – Music Education Research, 2021
This article presents the results of a survey among rectors of schools of music and performing arts in Norway. The aim was to map the schools' offerings in terms of musical genres and related instruments and ensembles, and to determine how the availability of different genres was distributed demographically and geographically. A questionnaire…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Extracurricular Activities, Theater Arts
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Matsunobu, Koji – Music Education Research, 2021
This study aims to explore the long-term impacts of primary music education in a progressive school in Tokyo where cooperative learning, democratic decision making, and mutual sharing of interests and purposes by students form the pedagogical basis. Establishing a causal relationship between music learning and its impact in later life is a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Program Effectiveness, Grade 6
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Draves, Tami J. – Music Education Research, 2021
The purpose of this instrumental case study was to explore music student teachers' perceptions of their professional identities. Participants were five music student teachers from an institution in the United States. I used two frameworks to explore, analyse, and interpret participants' perceptions. Data included interviews, field notes, and work…
Descriptors: Music Education, Music Teachers, Student Teachers, Professional Identity
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García Gil, Desirée; Casanova, Oscar; Zarza-Alzugaray, Francisco Javier – Music Education Research, 2021
In Spain, teacher education is regulated on a national level in conjunction with the guidelines that organise general educational levels. Each regional teaching administration nevertheless has a considerable margin to modify those guidelines: universities have a significant influence on how their syllabus is specified. Taking into account the…
Descriptors: Music Education, Teacher Education Programs, Guidelines, Early Childhood Education
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Salvador, Karen; Knapp, Erika J.; Mayo, Whitney – Music Education Research, 2021
As of February 2020, 2119 people of all ages attended early childhood music or music therapy, played and sang in ensembles, or took lessons at two Community Music Schools. On March 13, both facilities closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, and all activities shifted online. The purpose of this instrumental case study was to examine practical and…
Descriptors: Music Education, COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing
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Cheng, L.; Lam, C. Y. – Music Education Research, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has made online and distance learning the new normal at all levels of education. Music as a school subject that relies heavily on multimodal sensory and auditory-motor interactions has been dramatically affected. Music teachers may not be coping mentally or psychologically with these drastic changes. This study examined the…
Descriptors: Music Education, COVID-19, Pandemics, Music Teachers
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Thorgersen, Ketil A.; Mars, Annette – Music Education Research, 2021
This article aims to present how music teachers in Sweden used the facebook group "Musiklärarna" in the first two months of the COVID-19 pandemic (March and April, 2020) to cope with challenges related to teaching music. The study is based on Biesta's perspective on the teacher profession. With the consent of the participants, we have…
Descriptors: Music Education, COVID-19, Pandemics, Collegiality
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Joseph, Dawn; Lennox, Lucy – Music Education Research, 2021
The global pandemic crisis has significantly affected music educators around the world. In Australia, higher education institutes and schools had to swiftly move from face-to-face teaching to online classes. The authors draw on narrative reflection to show key challenges and opportunities that have affected their teaching in Melbourne. Author one…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Pandemics, COVID-19
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Schiavio, Andrea; Biasutti, Michele; Antonini Philippe, Roberta – Music Education Research, 2021
The present paper reports data from an original qualitative study that investigates how music students reacted to novel remote teaching strategies that emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic. A population of twenty learners enrolled at an Italian conservatory responded to an open-ended survey, verbalising their recent learning experiences concerning…
Descriptors: Music Education, COVID-19, Pandemics, Online Courses
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Goodrich, Andrew – Music Education Research, 2021
The spread of COVID-19 rapidly altered the way music teachers deliver instruction. Now instead of interacting face to face with their students in a classroom setting, instructors often have to teach their students remotely. This sudden transition from in-person to remote learning presents numerous challenges that require a rethinking of…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing, Online Courses
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