Creative teaching for creative learning in higher music education / edited by Elizabeth Haddon and Pamela Burnard.
Contributor(s): Haddon, Elizabeth | Burnard, PamelaCall number: 780.711 C912 Material type: BookSeries: SEMPRE studies in the psychology of music Publisher: Abingdon, U.K. ; New York, N.Y. : Routledge /Taylor & Francis Group, 2017, c2016. Description: xxvi, 264 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781138504998 (pbk.).Subject(s): Music in universities and colleges -- Great Britain | Music -- Instruction and study | Creative ability
Part I. Articulating experience in secondary and higher music education. 1, Pre-higher education creativity : composition in the classroom. 2, A student perspective on creativity in higher music education. 3, Creativity in higher music education : views of university music lecturers. 4, Considering creative teaching in relation to creative learning : developing a knowing-doing orientation for change in higher music education -- Part II. Developing the creative lecturer and teacher. 5, Thinking, making, doing : perspectives on practice-based, research-led teaching in higher music education. 6, Practice-as-research : a method for articulating creativity for practitioner-researchers. 7, Perspectives on research-led teaching. 8, Teaching the supreme art : pre-service teacher perceptions of creative opportunities in the higher education music class. 9, Pre-service teachers converting motherhood into creative capital through composing with sound. 10, Deconstructing and re-imagining repertoire in music teacher training -- Part III. Philosophies, practices and pedagogies : teaching for creative learning. 11, Imagined structures : creative approaches for musical analysis. 12, Curiosity, apathy, creativity and deference in the musical subject-object relationship. 13, Recontextualised learning through embedded creativity : developing a module that applies historically informed performance practice to Baroque music. 14, There and now : creativity across cultures. 15, Dalcroze Eurhythmics : bridging the gap between the academic and the practical through creative teaching and learning. 16, Creativity and community in an entrepreneurial undergraduate music module. 17, Fostering effective group creativity.