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Constructivism in Music Education - Arts Education Policy Review - Volume 116, Issue 3 - 0 views

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    Article in Arts Education Policy Review by Joe Shively "Over the past twenty years, constructivism, as a theory of learning, has taken on an increasingly important role in music education. Efforts to shift music education toward a more constructivist practice have significant implications for policymaking at all levels of music education. In this article, I seek to recalibrate our thinking about what it might or might not mean to take a constructivist teaching stance in the music classroom. Building on constructivism as a theory of learning, I revisit its principles and their implications for our work with learners, the nature of knowledge, and the musics and musical experiences we bring into our classrooms. Further, I consider how constructivism has informed music education reform efforts. Throughout, I discuss ways in which a constructivist view of learning and teaching might better inform our professional practice by finding a balance between progressive and traditional views of music education. Through this, we can find a constructivist view that is more resonant with music educators."
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A Constructivist View of Music Education: Perspectives for Deep Learning - 0 views

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    Article in General Music Today "The article analyzes a constructivist view of music education. A constructivist music classroom exemplifies deep learning when students formulate questions, acquire new knowledge by developing and implementing plans for investigating these questions, and reflect on the results. A context for deep learning requires that teachers and students work together to develop collaborative learning communities that all perceive as safe and supportive. ( 




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Constructivist Perspectives for Developing and Implementing Lesson Plans in General Music - 1 views

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    Article from General Music Today  "Stacy McKenzie is challenged to find new ways to involve students in their learning. She begins this journey by developing a lesson planning framework based on constructivist principles for learning. The perspectives Stacy applies in her program are shared in this article: First, by examining how she crafts a lesson framework that provides opportunities for students to build new understandings from what they already know through active involvement with music; and, second, by exploring how she uses questions to guide and support students' learning and how her students use questions as a means to assume an active role in their learning. This lesson is part of a larger unit of study using the piece Simple Gifts."
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53 Ways to Check for Understanding | Edutopia - 0 views

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    "Dipsticks: Efficient Ways to Check for Understanding"
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