This 3rd edition of Learning to Teach Music in the Secondary School has been thoroughly revised to take account of the latest initiatives, research and scholarship in the field of music education, and the most recent changes to the curriculum. By focusing on overarching principles, it aims to develop reflective practitioners who will creatively and critically examine their own and others' ideas about music education, and the ways in which children learn music. Providing an overview of contemporary issues in music teaching and learning from a range of perspectives, the book focuses on teaching music musically, and enables the reader to: * place music education in its historical and social context * consider the nature of musical knowledge and how teachers can facilitate their students to learn musically * critically analyse the frameworks within which music teachers work * develop an understanding of composing, performing and responding to music, as well as key issues such as creativity, individual needs and assessment * examine aspects of music beyond the classroom and how effective links can be made between curriculum music and music outside of school.
Including a range of case studies, tasks and reflections to help student teachers integrate the theory and practice of music education effectively, this new edition will provide invaluable support, guidance and challenges for teachers at all stages of their careers, as well as being a useful resource for teacher educators in a wide range of settings.
Carolyn Cooke was previously Lecturer in Music Education at The Open University, UK, and is currently completing a PhD in Music Education at the University of Aberdeen, UK. Keith Evans is Senior Lecturer in Music Education at the University of Greenwich, UK. Chris Philpott is Reader in Music Education at the University of Greenwich, UK. Gary Spruce is Senior Lecturer in Education at The Open University, UK, with responsibility for Music Initial Teacher Education (ITE). He is also director of the University's PGCE programme.
CONTENTS List of illustrations List of contributors Series Editors' preface Introduction: Learning to teach music Carolyn Cooke, Keith Evans, Chris Philpott and Gary Spruce 1.The Place of Music in the Secondary School: Ideology - History - Justification John Finney 2. Culture, Society and Musical Learning Gary Spruce 3. The What, How and Where of Musical Learning and Development Chris Philpott 4. Language and Learning in Music Chris Philpott with Keith Evans 5. What is a Music Curriculum? Carolyn Cooke with Gary Spruce 6. An Integrated Approach to Lesson Planning Gary Spruce 7. Behaviour for Musical Learning Carolyn Cooke 8. Creativity and Music Education Chris Philpott with Keith Evans 9. Performing for Musical Understanding Keith Evans 10. Listening and Responding and the Ideology of Aesthetic Listening Gary Spruce 11. Framing Conceptions of Technology for Learning in Music - Implications for Pedagogy Duncan Mackrill with Alison Daubney 12. Addressing Individual Needs and Equality of Opportunity in Music Education Chris Philpott, Ruth Wright with Keith Evans and Sally Zimmermann 13. Assessment in Music Education Chris Philpott with Keith Evans 14. Collaboration Julie Evans 15. Music, the Arts and Education Chris Philpott References Index