Talking about Teaching

Furth, Jane
December 2013
VdGSA News;Dec2013, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p14
The article presents the insights from the lecturers who attended the lunchtime discussion group about music education. It mentions that Lisa Terry who is the first lecturer discussed about different teaching situations. In addition, Brent Wissick held the third discussion which was about the connection of cognition and intuition in music making. Moreover, the final lecturer Julie Elhard talked about two basic teaching and learning methods for music.


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