Why Music Rehearsals Are Different from Other Learning Experiences

For the typical American student, class time is spent doing things individually or in small groups. Students are used to  activities such as watching and listening to a teacher's presentation, reading aloud or silently, doing a writing assignment, math problems, or science experiments. Although everyone in the class is doing something, the class is not … Continue reading Why Music Rehearsals Are Different from Other Learning Experiences

Educating the Whole Person

This post is the first in a three-part series on educating the whole child and music education. Today, I will discuss what the whole child means. In the other posts, I will cover how music education addresses ways of learning and knowing children have. Most philosophies of American education include a statement to the effect … Continue reading Educating the Whole Person