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.
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.
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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.
The most extensive selection of actual classroom scenarios and demonstrations in video streaming format.
Full instructor support, free-of-charge for all administrative and set up functions.
Key Words – Each section contains key words and definitions.
Assignments – Five optional assignments are included.
Assessments – OnMusic Education for Special Learners includes assessments/quizzes at the end of each topic, along with a midterm and final exam, all of which can be used as is or customized to fit your needs.
Setup, Hosting, and Support – OnMusic Education for Special Learners is the only foundations textbook that is 100% web based. We set up your title to fit your course perfectly. 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.