Irma Collins’s Dictionary of Music Education is more than just a lexicon. It is a journey through time and the story of the evolution of music education, including entries on notable individuals, crucial terms, important events, and key organizations—a broad survey of the field. Collins includes information about a variety of English-speaking countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom...
Hardcover: 374 pages
Publisher: Scarecrow Press (October 18, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 1.2 x 9.3 inches
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Collins is a perfect example of someone who never taught in a public school but only knows about the classroom through theories and written texts. “ Don’t do as I do but do I say” is something I hear too much in college classrooms preparing young min...
nd Australia, emphasizing the impact music education researchers and organizations have had on one another across the globe.Biographical entries profile musicians and music educators who were among the founders or first implementers of significant pedagogical tools and methods. Terms include standard concepts in the field of music education. Event and organization entries are those crucial to the advancement of music education regionally, nationally, and internationally. Dictionary of Music Education also includes a timeline, cross-references, and a significant bibliography. This work will interest anyone involved in the field of music education, from students and faculty to administrators and private instructors.