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Contemporary Music Education

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3rd
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9780028719153

ISBN10:
0028719158
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
7/15/1996
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning
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Summary

List of Illustrations and Exhibits. Preface to the Third Edition. Preface to the First Edition. PART I: SOCIAL AND INTELLECTUAL FOUNDATIONS OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC EDUCATION. 1. Historical Foundations of Music Education. 2. Pivotal Events of the Contemporary Era. 3. Intellectual Currents in the Contemporary Era. 4. Advocacy: Connecting Public Policy and Arts Education. PART II: THE MUSIC CURRICULUM. 5. Music Education Methods. 6. Materials and Tools of Music Education. PART III: AREAS OF CONCERN FOR MUSIC EDUCATION. 7. Music Education for Special Needs. 8. The Education of Music Teachers. PART IV: FINALE. 9. The Assessment of Music Education. 10. Contemporary Music Education: Conclusion. Bibliography. Index.

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations and Exhibits
xi
Preface to the Third Edition xiii
Preface to the First Edition xv
PART I SOCIAL AND INTELLECTUAL FOUNDATIONS OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC EDUCATION
Historical Foundations of Music Education
3(25)
Early American Music Education
3(5)
Historic Problems of American Music Education
8(5)
Changing Attitudes Toward Education
13(6)
National Reports on American Education
19(4)
Summary of National Reports
23(1)
Responses to National Reports and Critics
23(2)
Conclusion
25(1)
Notes
26(2)
Pivotal Events of the Contemporary Era
28(26)
The Contemporary Music Project
28(6)
The Yale Seminar on Music Education
34(2)
The Recommendations of the Yale Seminar
36(1)
The Juilliard Repertory Project
37(1)
The Tanglewood Symposium
38(7)
The Goals and Objectives Project
45(3)
The Development of Professional Standards
48(1)
National Standards for Arts Education
49(2)
Summary
51(1)
Notes
52(2)
Intellectual Currents in the Contemporary Era
54(19)
Philosophy and Psychology
54(13)
Philosophy of Music Education
55(1)
The Historical Basis of Music Education Philosophy
56(1)
The Development of an Aesthetic Basis for Music Education Philosophy
57(1)
Basic Concepts in Music Education
58(1)
A Utilitarian Position
59(1)
Renewed Interest in Aesthetic Education
60(1)
Can Philosophy Be Put into Practice?
61(1)
Cognitive Psychology
61(1)
Cognitive Psychology and Arts Education
62(1)
The Theory of Multiple Intelligences
63(1)
Arts Propel
64(2)
How Does Cognitive Psychology Support Music Education?
66(1)
The Synergy of Philosophy and Psychology
67(1)
Jerome Bruner and the Development of Conceptual Learning
67(3)
Summary
70(1)
Notes
70(3)
Advocacy: Connecting Public Policy and Arts Education
73(52)
Public Policy
73(10)
Advocacy for Arts Education
75(4)
Music Education Coalitions
79(2)
Other Advocacy Efforts
81(2)
The Federal Government and Arts Education: A Brief Review
83(21)
The United States Department of Education
84(1)
Legislation that Supports Arts Education
84(12)
The National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities
96(1)
The National Alliance for Arts Education
97(2)
New Federal Initiatives for Arts Education
99(3)
ArtsEdge
102(2)
Goals 2000: Educate America Act
104(6)
Assessment of the Standards
110(1)
State Issues
110(1)
Other Policy Issues
111(6)
Time and Learning
111(1)
Decentralization of School Governance
112(2)
Alternative Schools
114(3)
Crisis Intervention
117(2)
Notes
119(6)
PART II THE MUSIC CURRICULUM
Music Education Methods
125(58)
Performance in the General Music Class
125(1)
Arts in Education
125(1)
Music in Open Education
126(1)
Approaches to the Music Curriculum
127(1)
The Dalcroze Method
128(6)
The Method
130(2)
Ear Training, or Solfege
132(1)
Improvisation
133(1)
The Use of Eurhythmics in Special Education
133(1)
The Orff Approach
134(5)
Orff Education Now
138(1)
The Kodaly Concept
139(5)
Orff and Kodaly Combined
144(3)
Suzuki Talent Education
147(5)
The Method
149(3)
Comprehensive Musicianship
152(17)
The Manhattanville Music Curriculum Program
152(9)
The Contemporary Music Project
161(1)
Uses of Comprehensive Musicianship
162(4)
The Hawaii Music Curriculum Program
166(2)
Summary
168(1)
Music Learning Theory
169(11)
Edwin E. Gordon
Discrimination and Inference
169(1)
Discrimination Learning
169(7)
Inference Learning
176(4)
The Importance of Audiation
180(1)
Notes
180(3)
Materials and Tools of Music Education
183(30)
Popular Music
183(5)
The Youth Culture
185(3)
Multicultural Music
188(7)
Legislation Supporting Multiculturalism in Education
188(2)
Multicultural Music Education
190(3)
Teaching Multicultural Music
193(1)
Preparing Music Educators for Multicultural Teaching
193(2)
Technology and Music Education
195(13)
Producting and Manipulating Music
197(4)
The Study of Music Through Technology
201(3)
Information Processing and Access
204(1)
Electronic Communication
205(2)
Distance Education
207(1)
The Gradual Adoption of Technology in Schools
208(1)
The Association for Technology in Music Education
208(1)
Notes
208(5)
PART III AREAS OF CONCERN FOR MUSIC EDUCATION
Music Education for Special Needs
213(25)
Music in Special Education
213(13)
Legal Bases for Special Education
214(2)
Music and Special Education
216(1)
The Special Student
217(9)
Music in Urban Education
226(9)
The Social Revolution and Education
226(3)
Students at Risk
229(2)
Music Education in Urban Schools
231(2)
Preparing Music Educators for Urban Teaching
233(2)
Music in Urban Schools: Conclusion
235(1)
Notes
235(3)
The Education of Music Teachers
238(25)
Competency-Based Teacher Education
238(9)
Characteristics of Competency-Based Teacher Education
240(2)
Competency-Based Certification of Teachers
242(1)
Competency-Based Music Education
242(1)
Music Education Methods Courses
243(4)
Examinations to Qualify for Teaching
247(4)
The National Teacher Examination
247(1)
Praxis
247(2)
Match
249(1)
Professional Certification
250(1)
Partnerships in the Education of Music Teachers
250(1)
The MENC Task Force on Music Teacher Education for the Nineties
251(1)
Music Education Research
251(8)
The Music Education Research Council
252(1)
The Society for Research in Music Education
253(2)
The Journal of Research in Music Education
255(1)
The Council for Research in Music Education
255(1)
Other Research Journals
255(2)
Handbook of Research on Music Teaching and Learning
257(1)
Research Symposia and Conferences
257(2)
Conclusion
259(1)
Notes
259(4)
PART IV FINALE
The Assessment of Music Education
263(35)
Assessment and Educational Reform
263(1)
The National Assessment of Educational Progress
264(13)
The Goals of NAEP
265(1)
Methodology of NAEP
265(2)
NAEP in Music
267(2)
Musical Achievement: The First Assessment
269(1)
Performance
270(1)
Knowledge of Musical Notation and Terminology
271(1)
Listening to Music with Understanding
272(1)
Music History and Literature
272(4)
Attitudes Toward Music
276(1)
Response to the First NAEP
277(1)
The Second Music Assessment
277(3)
Achievement Results for the 1978-1979 Assessment
277(1)
Changes in Achievement
278(1)
Exposure to Music
278(1)
Comparative Results of the Two Assessments
279(1)
The 1997 Assessment of Educational Progress
280(5)
State Assessments
285(4)
Data Collection: Another Kind of Assessment
289(2)
Data Collection by the National Arts Education Research Center
289(1)
Data Collected by the Music Educators National Conference
290(1)
SAT Scores: Comparative Success of Arts Students
291(1)
Teaching to Prepare for the National Assessment
292(4)
Notes
296(2)
Contemporary Music Education: Conclusion
298(7)
Music Education: A Collaborative Ventury
298(1)
A Unified Profession
299(1)
Belief in the Value of Music Education
299(2)
Music Education and the Local Community
301(1)
Research to Serve Practical Needs
301(1)
An Active, Vital Profession
302(1)
Note
303(2)
Bibliography 305(32)
Index 337


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