Online Music Education Information and Resources at music-ed.net gives access to websites with collections of research and historical reports from Australia, some international.
INTRODUCTION STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES OPPORTUNITIES THREATS APPENDIX A Bibliography of Historical Research in Music Education in Australia References Author Prepared by Robin Stevens – November 2017 INTRODUCTION Undertaking historical research is important for many reasons, but there are two aspects that
Theses & Research Papers Published Materials: Books, Book Chapters, Journal Articles & Published Conference Papers Author Compiled by Robin S. Stevens1 The following bibliography comprises all known sources of information relating to the foundation and subsequent development of music education
What is BAMER? Resources Author References What is BAMER? BAMER was established in 1989 as a collaborative project between the Australian Society for Music Education (ASME) and Associate Professor Robin Stevens (Research Editor of The Australian Journal of Music Education).
Aesthetic development Personal, Social, Cultural Expression and Identity Formation Brain Function Creativity Learning Outcomes across Disciplines Social Cohesion and Skills Authors References Aesthetic development Music provides the opportunity for aesthetic experiences. An aesthetic knowledge can be described as a deep
Introduction Vocal Music in Schools Expansion of the Music Curriculum and of Attendant Values Conclusion Author References Introduction One of the most pressing problems for contemporary school education is an overcrowded curriculum. The so-called “National Curriculum” developed as a result