Part 3. Music learning and teaching during adolescence: ages 12-18.

Odena, O. and Spruce, G. (2018) Part 3. Music learning and teaching during adolescence: ages 12-18. In: McPherson, G.E. and Welch, G.F. (eds.) Music Learning and Teaching in Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence. Oxford University Press, pp. 215-331. ISBN 9780190674595 (paperback); 9780190674618 (epub)

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Additional Information:Margaret S. Barrett, Kathryn Marsh, Oscar Odena and Gary Spruce are part editors for this book. Part 3, coedited by Odena and Spruce, includes seven chapters and is an updated and refined version of Part 4 of the Oxford Handbook of Music Education, Volume 1, originally published as a large hardback by general editors McPherson and Welch (Oxford University Press, 2012). A selection of chapters from the hardback are included in this new paperback edition, all of which have been revised to help update and redefine music education internationally. Since the publication of the earlier versions, the authors have continued to explore these issues further. For example in Remixing the Classroom, Allsup (Indiana University Press, 2016) provides alternatives for the traditional master-apprentice model. And in Musical Creativity, Odena (Routledge, 2016) urges readers to think deeply about musical creativity and its development. The authors’ recent work, developed from ideas discussed in the original chapters, is now enriching their updated contributions. Part 3 is dedicated to Steven Dillon, co-author of one of its chapters, who passed away in 2012 shortly after completing the earlier version of the chapter for the original handbook.
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Odena, Professor Oscar
Authors: Odena, O., and Spruce, G.
College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Education > Robert Owen Centre
College of Social Sciences > School of Social & Environmental Sustainability
Publisher:Oxford University Press
ISBN:9780190674595 (paperback); 9780190674618 (epub)
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