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Author Jellison, Judith A. (Judith Anne), 1940-
Title Including everyone : creating music classrooms where all children learn / Judith A. Jellison.
Imprint New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2015.

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Author Jellison, Judith A. (Judith Anne), 1940-
Subject School music -- Instruction and study.
Elementary school teaching.
Inclusive education.
Add Title Creating music classrooms where all children learn
Description 1 online resource : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Who's here? -- What's the point? -- Where do I start? -- Now what? -- Appendix A Historical Timeline: Selected Federal Laws, Programs, Actions, and Events Pertinent to Inclusion Philosophy and Practices -- Appendix B From Exclusion to Inclusion -- Appendix C IDEA: History, Premises, Interpretations -- Appendix D Significant Changes in Practices: 1970s to the Present 1970s and 1980s: Functional, Chronological Age-Appropriate Curricula with Community-Referenced Practices.
Summary This book is not so much about how to teach as it is about how to think as a teacher confronting a variety of learning challenges. The challenge for music teachers is to create meaningful learning opportunities for all children, preparing them to participate happily and successfully in rewarding music experiences throughout their lives. The principal features that characterize such experiences are universal in the sense that they are applicable in ways that engage diverse groups of children in common experiences that are valued by their teachers, their parents, and their peers.
ISBN 9780199358809 (electronic bk.)
019935880X (electronic bk.)
9780199358786 (electronic bk.)
0199358788 (electronic bk.)
9780199358762 (print)
9780199358779 (print)
0199358761
019935877X
OCLC # 900819110



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