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MUE 535: Teaching and Learning - Linkins: Week 2

Music Teaching and Learning

Topic B: Historical precedence & philosophical rationales in curricular design

Readings (**denotes readings from your textbooks):

**Abeles, H. F. (2010). Chapter 1: The historical contexts of music education. In H. F. Abeles & L. A. Custodero (Eds.), Critical Issues in Music Education: Contemporary Theory and Practice. New York: Oxford University Press, Inc.

(see Canvas course page) Abeles, H. F., Hoffer, C. F., & Klotman, R. H. (Eds.) (1994) Chapter 1: History of music education. In (1994), In Abeles, H. F., Hoffer, C. F., & Klotman, R. H. (Eds.). Foundations of Music Education (FoME), (2nd ed.) (pp. 41-63) New York: Schirmer.

(see Canvas course page) Abeles, H. F., Hoffer, C. F., & Klotman, R. H. (Eds.) Chapter 2: Philosophical foundations of music education. In (1994), In Abeles, H. F., Hoffer, C. F., & Klotman, R. H. (Eds.) Foundations of Music Education (FoME), (2nd ed.) (pp. 305-339) New York: Schirmer.

**M. L. Mark and P. Madura (Eds.) (2014). Part I: Social and intellectual foundations of contemporary music education. In M. L. Mark and P. Madura (Eds.), Contemporary Music Education (4th ed., pp. 1-23). Boston: Schirmer Books.

**Allsup, R. E. (2010). Chapter 3: Philosophical perspectives of music education.  In H. F. Abeles & L. A. Custodero (Eds.), Critical Issues in Music Education: Contemporary Theory and Practice. (pp. 39-60) New York: Oxford University Press, Inc.

**Benedict, C. (2010). Chapter 7: Curriculum. In H. F. Abeles & L. A. Custodero (Eds.), Critical Issues in Music Education: Contemporary Theory and Practice. (pp. 143-166) New York: Oxford University Press, Inc.