Music Teachers Association blogging project: introduction

Responses from teachers

Music for everyone?

The Music Teachers Association’s second collective blogging project begins with responses from teachers reflecting on the article by Laura Crichton – ‘Music for Everyone?’ (2008)

Music for everyone? A model for musical inclusion

The Music Teachers Association’s second collective blogging project begins with responses from teachers reflecting on the article by Laura Crichton – ‘Music for Everyone?’ (2008)

The ‘good-enough’ music teacher

The Music Teachers Association’s second collective blogging project continues with responses from teachers reflecting on the article by Keith Swanwick – ‘The ‘good-enough’ music teacher’ (2008)

Music education as aesthetic education: a rethink

The Music Teachers Association’s second collective blogging project continues with responses from teachers reflecting on the article by John Finney – ‘Music education as aesthetic education: a rethink’ (2002)

An investigation of singing, health and well-being as a group process

The Music Teachers Association’s second collective blogging project continues with responses from teachers reflecting on the article by Liz Mellor – ‘An investigation of singing, health and well-being as a group process’ (2013)

Teacher Education and Music Education: an editorial view

The Music Teachers Association’s second collective blogging project continues with responses from teachers reflecting on the editorial by Keith Swanwick and John Paynter – ‘Teacher Education and Music Education: an editorial view’ (1993)

The impact of instrumental music learning on attainment at age 16: a pilot study

The Music Teachers Association’s second collective blogging project continues with responses from teachers reflecting on the editorial by Keith Swanwick and John Paynter – ‘Teacher Education and Music Education: an editorial view’ (1993)

Formal and informal learning situations or practices vs formal and informal ways of learning

The Music Teachers Association’s second collective blogging project continues with responses from teachers reflecting on the article by Göran Folkestad – ‘Formal and informal learning situations or practices vs formal and informal ways of learning’ (2006)

The Sequence of Musical Development: A Study of Children’s Composition

The Music Teachers Association’s second collective blogging project continues continues with a response reflecting on the article by Keith Swanwick and June Tillman – ‘The Sequence of Musical Development: A Study of Children’s Composition’ (2008)

Playing the white man’s tune: inclusion in elite classical music education

The Music Teachers Association’s second collective blogging project continues with responses from teachers reflecting on the article by Austin Griffiths – ‘Playing the white man’s tune: inclusion in elite classical music education’ (2019)

The place of composing in curriculum design

The Music Teachers Association’s second collective blogging project culminates in this final post in the series with excellent responses from teachers and academics reflecting on the article by Martin Fautley and Alison Daubney – ‘The place of composing in curriculum design’ (2019)

Improvisation in general music education – a literature review

The Music Teachers Association’s second collective blogging project continues with excellent responses from teachers reflecting on the article by Christina Larsson and Eva Georgii-Hemming– ‘Improvisation in general music education – a literature review’ (2018)

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