||Becoming a musician educator
||1. Introduction -- 2. Transitioning from student to teacher -- 3. What Is talent? -- 4. Subject matter of music -- 5. Music as subject matter -- 6. How students learn -- 7. How students acquire musical understanding -- 8. Meaningful curriculum -- 9. Designing meaningful instruction -- 10. Delivering engaging instruction -- 11. Instructional context -- 12. From student to teacher revisited -- 13. Coda.
||"Novice music teachers and music education students struggle to form an identity that synthesizes 'musician' with 'music teacher, ' and to separate themselves from their prior experiences to think critically about music-making and music instruction. Throughout this text, readers are encouraged to both reject and reflect upon their prior experience and are provided with new frameworks of understanding about both music-making and music instruction, as they form a new personal philosophy of musicianship and pedagogy. Ultimately, the purpose of this text is to provide foundational knowledge for subsequent learning as students become both musician and music pedagogue."--Publisher's description.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-220) and index.|
|Issued in other form||Online version: Browning, Birch. Orientation to musical pedagogy. New York, NY : Oxford University Press,  9780199928217|
|ISBN||9780199928200 (hardcover alkaline paper)|
|ISBN||9780199928224 (paperback alkaline paper)|