Music Teachers and Classroom Strategies Essay by RightRiters
Music Teachers and Classroom Strategies
Discussing various strategies and theories used by music teachers in the classroom and new developments in the field.
# 23195 | 1,285 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2002 |
Published on Jan 19, 2003 in Education (Teaching Methods) , Music Studies (General)
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This paper begins by reviewing literature on the topic of connections between intelligence and exposure to music (and especially exposure to classical music). But beyond simply reviewing the existing literature, this paper also provides an examination of new primary data into the issue through the inclusion of material taken from interviews performed for this paper with teachers of music who specialize in a range of ages of children and have worked both with those studying music intensively and those exposed to music on a more casual basis.
From the Paper:"While some teachers introduce music into the classroom because they believe that it helps to improve children's ability to do certain specific intellectual tasks well (usually spatial-intelligence tasks, a point discussed in the next section) others believe that it has an overall beneficial effect of raising students' ability to concentrate."
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