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)

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British Journal of Music Education

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