MUS 535 A - Philosophic Inquiry in Mus Ed
Consideration of the philosophical assumptions that have guided decisions regarding why, what, and how music is taught in schools. Assists students in placing their present values and beliefs about music learning in the context of scholarly ideas on this subject. Addresses questions such as: What is music- Why do people listen to, create, and perform music- What is music's value for individuals and society- Why teach music in school- How does music fit the large goals of schooling- How have answers to the foregoing changed over the past century- Course Information: Prerequisite: Graduate standing in music or music education, or consent of instructor.
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Course Level: Graduate