Authors

Logan B. Santiago '19, Gettysburg College

Document Type

Student Research Paper

Date of Creation

Fall 2015

Department

Conservatory of Music

Abstract

How can we conceptualize curriculum and school knowledge to better address important questions of social change, contingency of knowledge, life in mediated worlds, and inequalities? To answer this question I wrote fictional stories from students about their favorite moments from their 8th grade music class. Each account deals with a specific activity or instance in which the teacher included social change and/or student centered knowledge in the curriculum. The explanation at the end of the accounts details the reasons for creating each activity and the relation of the stories to texts utilized in class.

Comments

Written for MUS CLAS 149: Social Foundations of Music Education.

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