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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/26037

Title: Music in Schools and Teacher Education
Authors: Shand, Patricia
Keywords: International Society for Music Education
ISME world conference 2008
ISME commissions
Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission
music teacher education
professional development in the arts
teaching composing
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Canadian Music Educators Assocaition
Citation: Shand, Patricia. “Music in Schools and Teacher Education.” Canadian Music Educator, Vol. 50, No. 2 (Winter 2008), pages 12-13
Description: This article provides an overview of the Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission (MISTEC) seminar held prior to the 2008 conference of the International Society for Music Education. Held in Frascati, Italy, from July 14 to 19, 2008, the seminar gathered 46 international music educators to participate in presentations, workshops, and small-group discussions. Shand, who attended as the representative of the ISME board, provides Mary Kennedy’s summaries of the three Canadian presentations at the MISTEC seminar. Bernard W. Andrews focused on teachers’ professional development through the Arts Education Consortium in Ottawa. Lee Bartel and Linda Cameron used video clips to explore negative experiences of music teaching and learning, which expose obstacles in the development of music specialists and in the preparation of generalist educators to teach music. Benjamin Bolden presented his research and experience in teaching composition and using composition as a teaching tool. Shand presents Bernard Andrews’ personal reflections on the merits of the small-group breakout format, and then invites readers to consider participating in the 2010 ISME commission seminars and main conference in China.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/26037
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