Performances & Exhibitions

Authors

Jane A. Best '15, Gettysburg College

John F. Grimsley '14, Gettysburg College

Alan C. Heise '14, Gettysburg College

Lauren M. Mascioli '15, Gettysburg College

Samantha F. Moroney '15, Gettysburg College

Lauren A. Satterfield '15, Gettysburg College

Emily I. Zeller '14, Gettysburg College

Location

Schmucker Hall 222 Recital Hall

Session

Global Music Education Perspectives

Start Time

5-3-2014 10:30 AM

End Time

5-3-2014 11:45 AM

Supervising Faculty Member

Brent Talbot

Department

Conservatory of Music

Description

As a class, we are designing a research project for investigating how music teachers from counties in South-Central Pennsylvania use music from outside the Western canon (i.e. "world music"). We are performing a qualitative study by interviewing k-12 music teachers from school districts in South-Central Pennsylvania. Teachers may choose to participate in a focus group interview with other teachers or in one-on-one interviews. The focus group interview will not exceed two hours and the one-on-one interviews will not exceed an hour. The interviews will be guided using a questionnaire (see attached), but the conversation may deviate from these questions at the discretion of the interviewer(s). We will transcribe these interviews to extract common thematic materials and relevant information. We will also compile a literature review of relevant peer-reviewed articles and use the data from said articles to expand upon our gathered information.

Comments

This paper was written for Dr. Brent Talbot's MUS-CLAS 321: Secondary Music Education Methods course, Spring 2014.

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May 3rd, 10:30 AM May 3rd, 11:45 AM

Global Music Perspectives: Music Outside the Western Canon in Local Schools

Schmucker Hall 222 Recital Hall

As a class, we are designing a research project for investigating how music teachers from counties in South-Central Pennsylvania use music from outside the Western canon (i.e. "world music"). We are performing a qualitative study by interviewing k-12 music teachers from school districts in South-Central Pennsylvania. Teachers may choose to participate in a focus group interview with other teachers or in one-on-one interviews. The focus group interview will not exceed two hours and the one-on-one interviews will not exceed an hour. The interviews will be guided using a questionnaire (see attached), but the conversation may deviate from these questions at the discretion of the interviewer(s). We will transcribe these interviews to extract common thematic materials and relevant information. We will also compile a literature review of relevant peer-reviewed articles and use the data from said articles to expand upon our gathered information.