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OnMusic Education for Special Learners 

Author: Eugenie I. Burkett

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Table of Contents
Class 1: Mued 598 Music and Special Learners – Class Meeting
Class 2: Quiz and Assignment 1
Class 3: Federal and State Legislation Regarding Special Learners – Class Meeting
Class 4: Inclusion – Class Meeting
Class 5: Working with Parents of Special Learners
Class 6: Working with the Educational Community
Class 8: Teaching Approaches for Special Learners
Class 9: Accommodations by Grade Level
Class 10: Teaching Approaches for Gifted Learners with Learning Disabilities – Resources
Class 11: Discipline and the Special Learner – Class Meeting
Class 12: Bibliography
Class 13: FINAL EXAM

This enhanced webtext covers general educational issues and trends affecting special learners in the U.S., current research and theory about special learners’ music education to classroom practice, synthesizing thinking and learning experiences, and critically assessing inclusive school settings.

Written by Professor Eugenie I. Burkett, OnMusic Education for Special Learners features a complete web-based text, extensive streaming video, assignments, quizzes and exams, and more.


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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.

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Key Words – Each section contains key words and definitions.

Assignments – Five optional assignments are included.

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