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Intelligent Music Teaching

Intelligent Music Teaching Book
Author : Robert A. Duke
Publisher : Ingram
Release : 2005
ISBN : 9780977113903
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Book Description :

In this collection of essays, the author describes fundamental principles of human learning in the context of teaching music. Written in a conversational style, the individual essays outline the elements of intelligent, creative teaching. Duke effectively explains how teachers can meet the needs of individual students from a wide range of abilities by understanding more deeply how people learn. Teachers and interested parents alike will benefit from this informative book.

Lecture Notes in Real Time Intelligent Systems

Lecture Notes in Real Time Intelligent Systems Book
Author : Jolanta Mizera-Pietraszko,Pit Pichappan
Publisher : Springer
Release : 2017-08-07
ISBN : 3319607448
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Book Description :

Intelligent computing refers greatly to artificial intelligence with the aim at making computer to act as a human. This newly developed area of real-time intelligent computing integrates the aspect of dynamic environments with the human intelligence. This book presents a comprehensive practical and easy to read account which describes current state-of-the art in designing and implementing real-time intelligent computing to robotics, alert systems, IoT, remote access control, multi-agent systems, networking, mobile smart systems, crowd sourcing, broadband systems, cloud computing, streaming data and many other applications areas. The solutions discussed in this book will encourage the researchers and IT professional to put the methods into their practice.

Intelligent Computing Theories and Application

Intelligent Computing Theories and Application Book
Author : De-Shuang Huang,Kang-Hyun Jo,Zhi-Kai Huang
Publisher : Springer
Release : 2019-09-22
ISBN : 3030269698
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Book Description :

This two-volume set of LNCS 11643 and LNCS 11644 constitutes - in conjunction with the volume LNAI 11645 - the refereed proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Intelligent Computing, ICIC 2019, held in Nanchang, China, in August 2019. The 217 full papers of the three proceedings volumes were carefully reviewed and selected from 609 submissions. The ICIC theme unifies the picture of contemporary intelligent computing techniques as an integral concept that highlights the trends in advanced computational intelligence and bridges theoretical research with applications. The theme for this conference is “Advanced Intelligent Computing Methodologies and Applications.” Papers related to this theme are especially solicited, including theories, methodologies, and applications in science and technology.

Introduction to Effective Music Teaching

Introduction to Effective Music Teaching Book
Author : Alfred S. Townsend
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
Release : 2011-10-16
ISBN : 1442209453
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Book Description :

This title provides the prospective teacher with front-line tested strategies and approaches that are based on current research and the author's three decades of service as a public school music educator, department chairman, and public school district music administrator.

Constructing a Personal Orientation to Music Teaching

Constructing a Personal Orientation to Music Teaching Book
Author : Mark Robin Campbell,Linda K Thompson,Associate Professor of Music Education Janet R Barrett, R.N.,Janet R. Barrett
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2010-09-13
ISBN : 1136950850
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Book Description :

Constructing a Personal Orientation to Music Teaching promotes inquiry and reflection to facilitate teacher growth, lifelong learning and a disposition toward educational change. Strongly grounded in current theories and research in teacher education, the text engages readers in analyzing their own experiences in order to conceptualize the complexity of teaching; involves them in clarifying their reasons for seeking a career in teaching; supports their insights, questions, and reflections about their work; and promotes a reflective, critical attitude about schools in general as teachers are urged to think of themselves as change agents in school settings.

The Oxford Handbook of Preservice Music Teacher Education in the United States

The Oxford Handbook of Preservice Music Teacher Education in the United States Book
Author : Colleen Conway
Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
Release : 2019-11-22
ISBN : 0190671408
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Book Description :

The Oxford Handbook of Preservice Music Teacher Education in the United States identifies the critical need for increased cultural engagement in Pre-K-12 music education. Collectively, the handbook's 56 contributors argue that music education benefits all students only if educators activelywork to broaden diversity in the profession and consistently include diverse learning strategies, experiences, and perspectives in the classroom. In this handbook, contributors encourage music education faculty, researchers, and graduate students to take up that challenge.Throughout the handbook, contributors provide a look at ways music teacher educators prepare teachers to enter the music education profession and offer suggestions for ways in which preservice teachers can advocate for and adapt to changes in contemporary school settings. For example, educators canexpand the types of music groups offered to students, from choir to jazz ensemble. Building upon students' available resources, contributors use research-based approaches to identify the ways in which educational methods and practices must transform in order to successfully challenge existing musiceducation boundaries.

The Savvy Music Teacher

The Savvy Music Teacher Book
Author : David Cutler
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Release : 2015-09-15
ISBN : 0190200812
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Book Description :

Is it possible to have a music teaching career that is meaningful, artistically fulfilling, and financially self-supporting? The Savvy Music Teacher unveils a clear, realistic, dollar-for-dollar blueprint for earning a steady income as a music teacher, increasing impact and income simultaneously. This comprehensive resource reveals an entrepreneurial process with lessons that cannot be found anywhere else. Armed with Cutler's expert guidance, readers will learn to develop: · A thriving studio with a transformative curriculum · Multiple income/impact streams · Innovation strategies for every aspect of business and art · Powerhouse marketing · Time management skills · Financial literacy and independence · An inspired career outlook A must-read for music students, aspiring studio owners, early career instructors, and established gurus, The Savvy Music Teacher is packed with actionable advice written in accessible language. Real-life experiences from successful teacher-entrepreneurs are featured throughout.

The New Handbook of Research on Music Teaching and Learning

The New Handbook of Research on Music Teaching and Learning Book
Author : Richard Colwell,Carol Richardson
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Release : 2002-04-18
ISBN : 0199771529
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Book Description :

Featuring chapters by the world's foremost scholars in music education and cognition, this handbook is a convenient collection of current research on music teaching and learning. This comprehensive work includes sections on arts advocacy, music and medicine, teacher education, and studio instruction, among other subjects, making it an essential reference for music education programs. The original Handbook of Research on Music Teaching and Learning, published in 1992 with the sponsorship of the Music Educators National Conference (MENC), was hailed as "a welcome addition to the literature on music education because it serves to provide definition and unity to a broad and complex field" (Choice). This new companion volume, again with the sponsorship of MENC, explores the significant changes in music and arts education that have taken place in the last decade. Notably, several chapters now incorporate insights from other fields to shed light on multi-cultural music education, gender issues in music education, and non-musical outcomes of music education. Other chapters offer practical information on maintaining musicians' health, training music teachers, and evaluating music education programs. Philosophical issues, such as musical cognition, the philosophy of research theory, curriculum, and educating musically, are also explored in relationship to policy issues. In addition to surveying the literature, each chapter considers the significance of the research and provides suggestions for future study. Covering a broad range of topics and addressing the issues of music education at all age levels, from early childhood to motivation and self-regulation, this handbook is an invaluable resource for music teachers, researchers, and scholars.

The Teaching of Instrumental Music

The Teaching of Instrumental Music Book
Author : Richard Colwell,Michael Hewitt,Mark Fonder
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2017-10-12
ISBN : 131721272X
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The Teaching of Instrumental Music, Fifth Edition introduces music education majors to basic instrumental pedagogy for the instruments and ensembles commonly found in the elementary and secondary curricula. It focuses on the core competencies required for teacher certification in instrumental music, with the pervasive philosophy to assist teachers as they develop an instrumental music program based on understanding and respecting all types of music. Parts I and II focus on essential issues for a successful instrumental program, presenting first the history and foundations, followed by effective strategies in administrative tasks and classroom teaching. Parts III, IV, and V are devoted to the skills and techniques of woodwind, brass and percussion, and string instruments. In all, The Teaching of Instrumental Music is the complete reference for the beginning instrumental teacher, commonly retained in a student’s professional library for its unique and comprehensive coverage. NEW TO THIS EDITION: Revision and updating of curriculum developments, such as coordinating State Department of Education student learning objectives with the recent Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) New discussion of the NAfME National Standards as they relate to the teaching of instrumental music Revamping of rehearsing instrumental ensembles chapters, including new or expanded sections on programming, choosing quality music, and applying successful rehearsal techniques Updates on references, plus new discussion questions, and websites and internet links A chapter devoted to classroom guitar Updates on the use of technology for teaching and learning music More on healthy performance practice, marching band, and jazz band Online materials located in the eResources section on the Routledge website.

The Journey from Music Student to Teacher

The Journey from Music Student to Teacher Book
Author : Michael Raiber,David Teachout
Publisher : Taylor & Francis
Release : 2022-07-29
ISBN : 1000605965
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The Journey from Music Student to Teacher: A Professional Approach, Second Edition helps prospective educators transition from music student to professional music teacher. This textbook acknowledges that students must first reconcile their assumptions about learning and teaching before they can make thoughtful, informed decisions about their own professional education. Building upon personal experience is essential to an enhanced approach to the profession, and the topics and activities presented here guide readers to think not as students but as professionals, addressing the primary stages of teacher development. In three parts—Discovery of Self, Discovery of Teaching, and Discovery of Student Learning—the authors connect readers to theoretical foundations and the processes of becoming an insider to the profession. This updated Second Edition includes: Integration of the 2014 National Core Arts Standards Discussion of NAfMEs Model Cornerstone Assessments Explorations of issues of equity, access, and inclusion for marginalized populations and new examples of culturally responsive pedagogy Added coverage of innovative practices including popular music, technology for autonomous music-making, songwriting, and composition Streamlined discussion of learning theory, focusing on the basic foundations of behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism The accompanying companion website at www.routledge.com/cw/raiber provides revised and updated "Connecting to the Profession" features that help enhance students’ understanding of the ideas presented in the text, links to videos of K-12 music teaching and interviews with teachers, and additional resources for instructors. Featuring networking activities to aid in self-reflection, a glossary of terms, and a wealth of online resources and tools, The Journey from Music Student to Teacher is the culmination of more than 25 years of experience in secondary music classrooms, providing a framework for establishing professional role identity among preservice music educators during their introduction to the field.

Pedagogy Development for Teaching Online Music

Pedagogy Development for Teaching Online Music Book
Author : Johnson, Carol,Lamothe, Virginia Christy
Publisher : IGI Global
Release : 2018-05-11
ISBN : 1522551107
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Book Description :

With the shift towards online education, teaching and learning music has evolved to incorporate online environments. However, many music instructors, faculty, and institutions are being challenged on how to evolve their curriculum to meet these demands and successfully foster students. Pedagogy Development for Teaching Online Music is a critical scholarly resource that examines the nature of teaching and learning music in the online environment at the post-secondary level. Featuring a broad range of topics such as online and face-to-face instruction, instructional design, and learning management system, this book is geared towards educators, professionals, school administrators, academicians, researchers, and students seeking current research on designing online music courses using a social constructivist framework.

Instrumental Music Education

Instrumental Music Education Book
Author : Evan Feldman,Ari Contzius
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2020-07-26
ISBN : 0429647530
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Instrumental Music Education: Teaching with the Musical and Practical in Harmony, Third Edition, is intended for college instrumental music education majors studying to be band and orchestra directors at the elementary, middle school, and high school levels. This textbook presents a research-based look at the topics vital to running a successful instrumental music program, while balancing musical, theoretical, and practical approaches. A central theme is the compelling parallel between language and music, including "sound-to-symbol" pedagogies. Understanding this connection improves the teaching of melody, rhythm, composition, and improvisation. The companion website contains over 120 pedagogy videos for wind, string, and percussion instru­ments performed by professional players and teachers, over 50 rehearsal videos, rhythm flashcards, and two additional chapters: "The Rehearsal Toolkit" and ''Job Search and Interview." It also includes over 50 tracks of acoustically pure drones and demonstration exercises for use in rehearsals, sectionals, and lessons. New to This Edition: A new chapter on teaching beginning band using sound-to-symbol pedagogies Expanded coverage for strings and orchestra, including a new chapter on teaching beginning strings A new chapter on conducting technique Expanded material on teaching students with disabilities Concert etiquette and the concert experience Expanded coverage on the science of learning, including the Dunning-Kruger effect and the effective use of repetition in rehearsal Techniques for improving students’ practice habits

Dynamic Group Piano Teaching

Dynamic Group Piano Teaching Book
Author : Pamela Pike
Publisher : Taylor & Francis
Release : 2017-05-12
ISBN : 1315280361
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Dynamic Group-Piano Teaching provides future teachers of group piano with an extensive framework of concepts upon which effective and dynamic teaching strategies can be explored and developed. Within fifteen chapters, it encompasses learning theory, group process, and group dynamics within the context of group-piano instruction. This book encourages teachers to transfer learning and group dynamics theory into classroom practice. As a piano pedagogy textbook, supplement for pedagogy classes, or resource for graduate teaching assistants and professional piano teachers, the book examines learning theory, student needs, assessment, and specific issues for the group-piano instructor.

The Oxford Handbook of Assessment Policy and Practice in Music Education

The Oxford Handbook of Assessment Policy and Practice in Music Education Book
Author : Timothy S. Brophy
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Release : 2019-01-02
ISBN : 0190248106
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Book Description :

In the music classroom, instructors who hope to receive aid are required to provide data on their classroom programs. Due to the lack of reliable, valid large-scale assessments of student achievement in music, however, music educators in schools that accept funds face a considerable challenge in finding a way to measure student learning in their classrooms. From Australia to Taiwan to the Netherlands, music teachers experience similar struggles in the quest for a definitive assessment resource that can be used by both music educators and researchers. In this two-volume Handbook, contributors from across the globe come together to provide an authority on the assessment, measurement, and evaluation of student learning in music. The Handbook's first volume emphasizes international and theoretical perspectives on music education assessment in the major world regions. This volume also looks at technical aspects of measurement in music, and outlines situations where theoretical foundations can be applied to the development of tests in music. The Handbook's second volume offers a series of practical and US-focused approaches to music education assessment. Chapters address assessment in different types of US classrooms; how to assess specific skills or requirements; and how assessment can be used in tertiary and music teacher education classrooms. Together, both volumes of The Oxford Handbook of Assessment in Music Education pave the way forward for music educators and researchers in the field.

Facing the Music

Facing the Music Book
Author : Huib Schippers
Publisher : Oxford University Press on Demand
Release : 2010
ISBN : 0195379756
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Book Description :

'Facing the Music' provides a rich resource for reflection and practice for all those involved in teaching and learning music in culturally diverse environments, from policy makers to classroom teachers. Schippers gradually unfolds the complexities and potential of learning and teaching music 'out of context'.

Theory and Practice of Technology Based Music Instruction

Theory and Practice of Technology Based Music Instruction Book
Author : Jay Dorfman
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Release : 2022-01-28
ISBN : 0197558984
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Technology is an increasingly popular part of music education in schools that attracts students to school music who might not otherwise be involved. In many teacher preparation programs, music technology is an afterthought that does not receive the same extensive treatment as do traditional areas of music teaching such as band, orchestra, choir, and general music. This book helps to establish a theoretical and practical foundation for how to teach students to use technology as the major means for developing their musicianship. Including discussions of lesson planning, lesson delivery, and assessment, readers will learn how to gain comfort in the music technology lab. Theory and Practice of Technology-Based Music Instruction also includes "profiles of practice" that dive into the experiences of real teachers in music technology classes, their struggles, their successes, and lessons we can learn from both. In this second edition, new profiles feature Teachers of Color who use technology extensively in their varied types of music teaching. This edition encourages readers to think about issues of inequity of social justice in music education technology and how teachers might begin to address those concerns. Also updated are sections about new standards that may guide music education technology practice, about distance and technology-enhanced learning during the global pandemic, and about ways to integrate technology in emerging contexts.

Assessment in Music Education

Assessment in Music Education Book
Author : Timothy S. Brophy,Kristen Albert
Publisher : GIA Publications
Release : 2008
ISBN : 9781579997144
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Book Description :

Download Assessment in Music Education book written by Timothy S. Brophy,Kristen Albert, available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, or read full book online anywhere and anytime. Compatible with any devices.

Vocal Instrumental and Ensemble Learning and Teaching

Vocal  Instrumental  and Ensemble Learning and Teaching Book
Author : Gary McPherson,Graham Welch
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Release : 2018-04-30
ISBN : 0190674644
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Vocal, Instrumental, and Ensemble Learning and Teaching is one of five paperback books derived from the foundational two-volume Oxford Handbook of Music Education. Designed for music teachers, students, and scholars of music education, as well as educational administrators and policy makers, this third volume in the set emphasizes the types of active musical attributes that are acquired when learning an instrument or to sing, together with how these skills can be used when engaging musically with others. These chapters shed light on how the field of voice instruction has changed dramatically in recent decades and how physiological, acoustical, biomechanical, neuromuscular, and psychological evidence is helping musicians and educators question traditional practices. The authors discuss research on instrumental learning, demonstrating that there is no 'ideal' way to learn, but rather that a chosen learning approach must be appropriate for the context and desired aims. This volume rounds out with a focus on a wide range of perspectives dealing with group performance of instrumental music, an area that is organized and taught in many varied ways internationally. Contributors Alfredo Bautista, Robert Burke, James L. Byo, Jean Callaghan, Don D. Coffman, Andrea Creech, Jane W. Davidson, Steven M. Demorest, Robert A. Duke, Robert Edwin, Shirlee Emmons, Sam Evans, Helena Gaunt, Susan Hallam, Lee Higgins, Jere T. Humphreys, Harald Jers, Harald Jørgensen, Margaret Kartomi, Reinhard Kopiez , William R. Lee, Andreas C. Lehmann, Gary E. McPherson, Steven J. Morrison, John Nix, Ioulia Papageorgi, Kenneth H. Phillips, Lisa Popeil, John W. Richmond, Carlos Xavier Rodriguez, Nelson Roy, Robert T. Sataloff, Frederick A. Seddon, Sten Ternström, Michael Webb, Graham F. Welch, Jenevora Williams, Michael D. Worthy

Music Discovery

Music Discovery Book
Author : Daniel J. Healy,Kimberly Lansinger Ankney
Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
Release : 2020
ISBN : 019046206X
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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""Improvisation is spontaneity in music. It can be beautiful, uplifting, and unnerving all at the same. It happens instantaneously, in a unique context, with ideas never to be performed the same way again. It can be the result of years of practice or an unexpected reaction to a collaborative musical moment. As Spolin so eloquently explains, it provides musicians with an opportunity to explore a musical situation where boundaries can be stretched and new ideas can be enacted. Out of these experiences comes a sense of freedom and agency that can inspire a young musician. We have seen the power of these experiences in our own students, and we hope to foster those same experiences for students through the teaching approaches and activities discussed in this book. Where do improvised musical moments live in the typical music curriculum? We know that it is a challenge to incorporate improvisation on a consistent basis. As new music teachers, we often incorporated improvisation as a culminating experience at the end of a unit, or we saved improvisation experiences until concerts were completed. Improvisation did not seem like something that we could address year-long when the demands of content or performance were so great. It changed our teaching when we realized that we could integrate music improvisation activities consistently into the ensemble or music classroom curriculum. Furthermore, we realized that we did not need to hit the ""pause"" button on concert preparation to work on an improvisation unit, both repertoire and improvisation could advance our students' performance abilities. A music teacher can do this in a group setting by tapping into students' diverse personalities and voices. Improvisation is often framed as an independent enterprise, but an eclectic group of students provides boundless opportunities for rich and varied musical collaboration. Moreover, the teacher can be essential in facilitating vibrant group improvisation experiences. There is something different that happens in musical development when we set up opportunities for students to make spontaneous musical choices for themselves. Students begin to listen differently, watch differently, feel differently, and perform differently if we give them the space to stretch musical boundaries and create their own musical ideas. How do we know that students change when they begin to improvise? By focusing on musical elements in improvised activities such as melody, harmony, rhythm, timbre/texture, articulation, and dynamics consistently over time-we have seen students transform. By grounding musical improvisation in these musical elements, students can begin to connect and produce music that reflects layered levels of musical understanding. Furthermore, when lessons are exploratory, interdisciplinary, or inspired by principles in various genres students will experience more fluid musical interactions, become more attuned to their neighbors, and more open and adaptive to musical ideas. This book is designed to provide an accessible approach to including musical improvisation in the large ensemble and classroom setting. It is largely based on the transformative musical experiences we have had with students when we began incorporating improvisation into our teaching. The spontaneous and unpredictable nature of musical improvisation can be challenging, but the rewards far outweigh any momentary trepidation that teachers and students might feel. The pedagogical suggestions and lesson plans presented will make the benefits of teaching and learning improvisation clear and provide an approach that is adaptable and manageable for music teachers working with large numbers of students. In doing so, teachers will learn more about students' musical thinking and will enhance musicianship skills for their entire ensembles. The 2014 National Music Standards call for music teachers to engage students in the musical process of creation and describes improvisation as an integral experience. Yet we know, many teachers, particularly in large ensembles and classroom settings, still struggle to find ways to make improvisation a reality (Bernhard, 2013; Bernhard & Stringham, 2016; Schopp, 2006). The book is framed around practical and flexible ideas for implementing improvisation activities. The lesson activities borrow broad principles from different musical styles and genres to provide a variety of improvisation settings and appeal to diverse student interests. Many activities are exploratory in nature allowing students to play and respond to each other while also focusing on core musical elements such as melody and rhythm. Interdisciplinary teaching approaches and resources are suggested throughout many of the lessons to enhance creative expression and build connections between the arts. Lessons include learning objectives, detailed procedures, assessments, benefits, recordings, and mp3 examples. ""--

Inquiry in Music Education

Inquiry in Music Education Book
Author : Hildegard C. Froehlich,Carol Frierson-Campbell
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2012-08-25
ISBN : 0415896398
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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"New, revised edition of Rainbow, E.L., and Froehlich, H.C. (1987). Research in music education: an introduction to disciplined inquiry. Schirmer Books."--title page verso.