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In Your Hands: Foundations of Music Education is an extensive overview of the music education profession that will help students begin the process of transforming into music teachers. The book focuses on the what and why of the various topics, in contrast to advanced courses, which emphasize the how. In Your Hands challenges the individual student to learn and to grow musically and academically. Chapters begin with a narrative about a fictional music educator or music education student in a relevant situation that will allow the reader to connect with the subject matter. Each chapter includes activities or projects and will conclude with a brief bibliography.