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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/24436

Title: Understanding the Conditions of Learning in Early Childhood Music Education
Authors: Bartel, Lee
Cameron, Linda
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Canadian Music Educators Association
Citation: Katharine Smithrim & Rena Upitis, Eds, (2007) Listen to their voices: Research and Practice in Early Childhood Music. Volume III of the Series “Research to Practice: A Biennial Series.” Canadian Music Educators’ Association, Lee Bartel, Series Editor. Pp. 57-86
Abstract: Building on previous research, we explore a theoretical model of engagement focused on conditions of learning, which are strongly influenced by the socio-cultural context of music and musical opportunities, pedagogic-emotional context created by the parent/teacher, and the socio-psychological context of the child’s genetic and acquired characteristics. We then describe ways in which care-givers and teachers can develop the most positive conditions, setting goals based on categories established by our previous research including a focus on: musical expressivity, personal best effort, manipulable elements, performance-focused feedback, optimistic expectation, student-appropriate challenge, holistic approximation, equality of opportunity, collaborative environment, authentic music-making, social play, and a healthy childhood holism.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/24436
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