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Music in the School
Composed by Miscellaneous. Oxford Music Education. Classroom. Education handbook. 256 pages. Oxford University Press #9780193223035. Published by Oxford University Press (OU.9780193223035).
Item Number: OU.9780193223035
ISBN 9780193223035. 9 x 6 inches.
How do some schools get music so right while others get it so wrong? Janet Mills, a former HMI and teacher, draws on work in more than 800 schools and published research as she seeks to help schools improve their practice - no matter how good it is already. Successful teaching, she argues, is creative, uplifting, enabling, and, above all, rooted in music.
About Oxford Music Education
Written by some of the UK's leading names in the field of music education, the Oxford Music Education Series explores the issues at the forefront of current teaching and learning. Designed to help readers reflect on their own practice, the ideas are presented in a thought-provoking and relevant way, drawing on a wealth of real examples and case studies. These books are an essential resource for all instrumental and classroom teachers, researchers and policy-makers.
- All change?
- Teaching music musically
- Creating, interpreting, and responding to music
- Making music
- Teaching instruments musically
- How not to teach music musically
- The musical student
- The musical school
- What music?
- Making progress in music
- The other eighteen hours
- Why is music so boring?
- Learning from research
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