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Envisioning music teacher education

Format: Print Book 2015
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks MT1.E6 2015
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Call Number  MT1.E6 2015
This volume will contain selected proceedings from the 2013 Symposium on Music Teacher Education, sponsored by NAfME's Society for Music Teacher Education and hosted at University of North Carolina. After an introduction written by SMTE Chair, Doug Orzolek, the initial chapter will represent the keynote address of the symposium by Karen Hammerness, Director of Program Research for the Bard Master of Arts in Teaching Program. Hammerness will bring her comparative work with music teacher educators in Finland and Norway to bear in her address: From Inspiring Visions to Everyday Practices: Exploring Vision and Practice in Music Teacher Education. Hammerness's research distills into three main themes. To mitigate against the fragmentation that characterizes so much of contemporary education, teacher education programs must: 1) promote a clear vision of teachers and teaching; 2) be coherent, reflecting shared understanding of teaching and learning among faculty and students; 3) be built around a strong, core curriculum that is deeply tied to the practices of teaching. These three themes will orient the remainder of chapters in the volume, which will come from invited primary presenters at the 2013 Symposium. Due to selectivity of blind peer review (twenty-one percent accept rate), these presentations represent the most rigorous research, and best practices grounded in research, that the music education profession has to offer.
Introduction. Creating vision for music teacher education / Douglas C. Orzolek
Visions of good teaching in teacher education / Karen Hammerness
Mapping new landscapes for music teacher education / Janet R. Barrett
Pedagogy and mission : Vincentian personalism and cocreation of musical experience / Jacqueline Kelly-McHale
Aligning vision with practice : redesigning traditional music teacher education through immersive learning / John W. Scheib, Karin S. Hendricks, Ryan M. Hourigan, and Kimberly J. Inks
Teaching free improvisation : building a responsive pedagogy through core practices / Kimberly Lansinger Ankney and Daniel J. Healy
The shoe that doesn't fit : contextualizing music teacher evaluation / Cara Bernard
Metaphor as a tool for understanding (and questioning?) preservice music teachers' beliefs / Heather Nelson Shouldice
Goal-setting in an ensemble-based field experience / Linda C. Thornton and Jason B. Gossett
Envisioning reflection : collaborative self-study in a music education methods course / Ann Marie Stanley and Lynn Grossman
Vision and the legitimate order : theorizing today to imagine tomorrow / Brent C. Talbot and Roger Mantie
Utopian thinking, compliance, and visions of wonderful transformation / Susan Wharton Conkling.

Additional Information
Subjects Music -- Instruction and study -- Congresses.
Music teachers -- Training of -- Congresses.
Publisher Lanham, Maryland :2015
Contributors Conkling, Susan Wharton, editor, contributor.
National Association for Music Education, sponsoring body.
Language English
Notes "Published in cooperation with the National Association for Music Education."
Selected proceedings from the 2013 Symposium on Music Teacher Education.
Description xiv, 210 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 195-204).
ISBN 9781475809909
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