Teaching Music Creatively Paperback / softback
by Pamela (University of Cambridge, UK) Burnard, Regina (DCU Institute of Education, Dublin City University, Ireland) Murphy
Part of the Learning to Teach in the Primary School Series series
Fully updated in light of the latest research and practice in primary education, Teaching Music Creatively offers all teachers a comprehensive understanding of how to develop, deliver and enjoy a creative music curriculum.
It is inspired by the belief that all those concerned with primary education have a deep interest in creativity and supports teachers in developing the confidence to teach and celebrate creative music teaching throughout school. With groundbreaking contributions from international experts in the field, it offers well-tested strategies for developing children's musical creativity, knowledge, skills and understanding.
This edition includes a brand new chapter on teaching interculturally, showing how children can reach their full creative potential and not be constrained by cultural stereotyping. Key topics covered include: Creative teaching, and what it means to teach creatively Composition, listening and notation Spontaneous music-making Group music and performance The use of multimedia Integration of music into the wider curriculum Musical play Assessment and planning. Teaching Music Creatively is packed with practical, innovative ideas for teaching music in a lively and imaginative way, together with the theory and background necessary to develop a comprehensive understanding of creative teaching methods.
It is an invaluable resource for all those training to become primary school teachers, as well as practicing teachers looking for support and inspiration and undergraduate students of music and education.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 206 pages, 30 Line drawings, black and white; 11 Halftones, black and white; 12 Tables, black and wh
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 23/05/2017
- Category: Primary & middle schools
- ISBN: 9781138187207