Conservatory of Music
By explaining the cultural mechanism of 'prolepsis' through examples of my own teaching, I posit that all too often educators' and teacher educators' (purely 'ideal') recall of our pasts and imagination of our students' futures become fundamentally materialized constraints on our students' life experiences in the present.
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Talbot, Brent C. "A Proleptic Perspective of Music Education." Music Education: Navigating the Future ed. Clint Randles (New York: Routledge, 2014), 29-42.
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