Foreword to Engaging Students Volume 8: Beyond Western Musicalities
By submitting a response, you are giving Engaging Students the permission to reproduce quotations from your submission and/or to paraphrase your response in the foreword. While it is unlikely that we have the space to reproduce the entirety of any single submission, we will do our utmost to incorporate viewpoints from each submission we receive.
Sign in to Google to save your progress. Learn more
In the event that your response is directly quoted, please indicate whether you would like your name to be attached to your perspective or whether you would like to remain anonymous. *
If you selected "Use my name" above, please enter your full name as you would like it to appear.
What do you hold to be the aim(s) of diversifying music theory pedagogy?
What ethical imperatives do you feel accompany the need to diversify music theory pedagogy? *
What are some ethical problematics that teachers should be wary of when making music theory pedagogy more culturally diverse? *
If you have any potential solutions to the ethical problems you listed above, please describe them.
How should culturally diverse music theory pedagogy look at the level of the individual instructor? How would a student relate any differently to such an instructor, if at all? Should diversified music theory pedagogy entail an individual instructor speaking to a range of musics? *
What should culturally diverse music theory pedagogy look like at the level of a school's music theory course offerings? *
What practical challenges will a diversified music theory pedagogy have to confront? *
If you have any potential solutions to the practical problems you listed above, please describe them.
If there is something else in your vision of what culturally diverse music theory pedagogy should look like that has not been covered in your responses, please write about it here:
Submit
Clear form
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This form was created inside of Princeton University Google Apps. Report Abuse