The Ways Children Learn Music: An Introduction and Practical Guide to Music Learning Theory

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The Ways Children Learn Music: An Introduction and Practical Guide to Music Learning Theory

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How do children learn music? And how can music teachers help children to become independent and self-sufficient musical thinkers?With clear and compelling language, Eric Bluestine sheds light on the most vexing issues in music education — all the while drawing from the contributions of perhaps the most influential thinker in the field today, Edwin E. Gordon. In the process, Bluestine offers practical advice to music teachers interested in building a musical curriculum based on Music Learning Theory.If you teach music and are looking for a concise, dynamic introduction to Music Learning Theory, this book is for you. If you are a parent curious about what your child should be learning in music, this book is for you. And if you are concerned about the major issues in music education today (including sequential learning, aptitude, accountability and musical development of young children) this book is definitely for you!
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