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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…

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)

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)

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)

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