Music in the year 8 classroom: An Action Research Project - Hartwig, Kay
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How can music in the year 8 classroom be presented so that it stimlates students' interest, improves their knowledge and skills, and develops their aesthetic sensitivity to the art of music? This book details an action research project that was set up in a music classroom. The project aimed at engaging the students in music making and creating a positive attitude to school music. The model of action research can be employed by music teachers when designing music experiences and encourages teachers to become reflective practitioners with a view to improving their practice.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
How can music in the year 8 classroom be presented so that it stimlates students' interest, improves their knowledge and skills, and develops their aesthetic sensitivity to the art of music? This book details an action research project that was set up in a music classroom. The project aimed at engaging the students in music making and creating a positive attitude to school music. The model of action research can be employed by music teachers when designing music experiences and encourages teachers to become reflective practitioners with a view to improving their practice.
Autorenporträt
Dr Kay Hartwig has taught music from pre school to secondary school. She now lectures in music and music education at Griffith University. She believes that music education should be accessible for all children throughout their education and is committed to ensuring that quality music programs are available for children.