Incorporating Assessment and the National Standards for Music Education Into Everyday Teaching, Volume 53
This work provides a vibrant narrative description of classroom practice in elementary-level general music education in the 1990s. It addresses social, educational and developmental influences that enhance or constrain curriculum, instruction and assessment in everyday music classrooms. It uses case studies of four classroom instructors.
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