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Thursday, 16 June 2011

British Journal of Music Education

Volume 28 / Issue 02 , July 2011

Lots of relevant stuff in the latest issue of this journal. Available electronically to RSAMD staff and students here.

 • Trainee teachers and practising professionals will be interested in:- Teachers' use of digital technology in secondary music education: illustrations of changing classrooms

Curriculum reformers may also find the above interesting because it queries whether our use of digital technology is reactive or proactive, and amplicative or transformative.

Singers may be keen to follow up this one:- Scientific concepts in singing: Do they belong in a student toolbox of learning?

• Meanwhile, singing or instrumental instructors will probably want to look at this article:- Understanding the one-to-one relationship in instrumental/vocal tuition in Higher Education: comparing student and teacher perceptions

There’s plenty more – I’ve just picked out a couple of highlights.  All available full-text by clicking the links. (If you’re out of the building, remember you’ll need to identify yourself as connected with RSAMD then use your academy login.)

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