OnMusic Education: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary Classroom is an innovative introduction to the principles, philosophy, and trends in music education in the public schools, providing students with the foundation necessary to become an effective educator. Students are initiated into the professional world of education, advocacy, classroom management, and curriculum design for all genres of school music. Utilizing film clips from actual classes and rehearsals, students can experience an up-close and authentic perspective of the K-12 music classroom.
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Dr. Eugenie Burkett, Ph.D. is the Coordinator of Music Education programs at University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She was awarded her doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction (Music Education) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, masters in percussion performance from Manhattan School of Music, and her bachelor’s degree in music education from Baylor University.
Recent presentations have included the International Society for Music Education Conference in Kuala Lumpur (’06), the MENC National Conference (’04), WEDELMUSIC 2002 and 2003, and College Music Society (’03, ’04, ’05) in addition to regional and state conferences. Her research has been published by the Journal for Historical Research in Music Education, the National Association of College, Wind and Percussion Instructors, and Percussive Notes.
As a timpanist and percussionist, Burkett has performed with the Kansas City Philharmonic, Orchestra Sinfonica RAI (Turin, Italy), Orquesta Sinfonica de Maracaibo (Venezuela) and is a co-founder of Trinkle Brass Works, a chamber ensemble performing under the WESTAF and Arts Midwest Touring programs.
Academically rigorous, yet accessible and designed for the web, we deliver a complete text with the most music for your online, hybrid, or face-to-face course. No other publisher has been creating online resources for college music as long as C4E.
A complete course featuring online integration of text, assignments, interactive links, resource lists, music, glossary, discussion forums, assessment, and administrative tools – teaching strategies and materials created by experienced and practicing music educators and musicians.
Video – Extensive use of video throughout the title. OnMusic Education: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary Classroom features dozens of videos of real teaching and classroom scenarios. The videos are integrated right into the page for a seamless experience.
Key Words – Each section contains key words and definitions.
Assignments – Seven optional assignments are included.
Assessments – OnMusic Education: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary Classroom includes assignments and quizzes at the end of each topic, along with a midterm and final exam, all of which can be customized to fit your needs.
Setup, Hosting, and Support – OnMusic Education: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary Classroom is the only foundations textbook that is 100% web based. We can customize the title to fit your needs and our support team is available for you and your students every step of the way.