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    ED217 – Musical Learning Theories for Teaching K-12 Band and Orchestra Instruments

    This course introduces music learning theories foundational to teaching others how to play an instrument in the context of school, private lessons, and informal settings. The course considers how sound is produced, which motor and aural skills enhance instrumental performance, and what teaching methods improve instruction and learning. Students acquire intermediate performance skills on two band instruments and one orchestral instrument. Group practice labs, much like rehearsals, provide opportunities for students to conduct, plan, and present lessons, as well as to experience the complexity of working with multiple instruments in a heterogeneous setting. The course culminates with solo and small ensemble performances. This course is required for K-12 music teaching licensure candidates. Prerequisite: Basic music reading and consent of instructor. 1 unit - Hanagan.

    Prerequisite: pre-theory music reading and consent of instructor.

    Offerings

    TermBlockTitleInstructorLocationStudent Limit/ AvailableUpdated
    Spring 2021 Block 7 Musical Learning Theories for Teaching K-12 Band and Orchestra Instruments Joyce Hanagan TBA 25/25 05/31/2020