Janet's picks: Music, music, music--everywhere, for everyone!

June 1996
Teaching Exceptional Children;Summer96, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p74
Academic Journal
Suggests a variation of ways to use music as a teaching tool in the classroom. Suggestions from Janet Drill, Acquisitions Coordinator for the ERIC and Exceptional Child Education Resources at Council for Exceptional Children; Listing of music available for children at different levels of education.


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