Music Education Resources
Wing Wah Lawa & Wai Chung Ho (2009) Globalization, values education, and school music education in China. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 41 (4), 501-520
Education Resources, 2009 Globalization, Ho 2009, Globalization Values, China Journal, Curriculum Studies, Chung Ho
Globalization, values education, and school music education in Ch...
Palmberg, M (2002) Playing with Identities in Contemporary Music in Africa Uppsala: Nordic Africa Institute.
Nordic, Books Worth Reading, Education Resources, 2002 Playing, 302 Moved, Africa Uppsala, Contemporary Music, Africa Institute, Music Education
Playing with Identities in Contemporary Music in Africa
Power, A. and Horsley, M. (2010) Pathways from global education understandings to teaching music. British Journal of Music Education, 27: 141-150.
Music Education Resources, 2010 Pathways, Education Understandings, Global Education
Research has shown that undergraduate disciplinary study provides new teachers with knowledge schemas derived from their discipline. The key question considered in this article is: what existing disciplinary knowledge do pre-service music teachers call upon to construct their schemas of global education? This is a critical question as global education is introduced to a range of national curriculums. Further, this article investigates ways music disciplinary schemas connect with knowledge, skills and values for pre-service teachers of high school music, and how this influences their approach, understanding and future teaching of global education. The conclusion is that global education, with its knowledge, skills and attitudes, pervades all school subjects and that teaching music incorporates global knowledge, skills and attitudes in quite specific ways.
Pathways from global education understandings to teaching music
Land, R. & D. O. Stovall (2009) Hip Hop and Social Justice Education: A Brief Introduction. Equity & Excellence in Education, Volume 42, Issue 1.
College Students, Voluntary Race Conscious, Issue, Cross Race Intergroup, 2009 Hip, Dust Jacket, Race Conscious Affirmative, Education
(2011). Imagining Otherwise: Connecting the Arts and Social Justice to Envision and Act for Change: Special Issue Introduction. Equity & Excellence in Education: Vol. 44, Social Justice and the Arts, pp. 287-295. doi: 10.1080/10665684.2011.591672
WGSS Faculty Dr. Nana-Osei Kofi. "Pathologizing the Poor: A Framework for Understanding Ruby Payne's Work" Equity & Excellence in Education. 38, 367-375, 2005.
(1987). Voluntary Race‐Conscious Affirmative Action Plans. Equity & Excellence in Education: Vol. 23, No. 1-2, pp. 81-84. doi: 10.1080/1066568870230111
(2012). From Dialogue to Action: The Impact of Cross-Race Intergroup Dialogue on the Development of White College Students as Racial Allies. Equity & Excellence in Education: Vol. 45, Intergroup Dialogue: Engaging Difference, Social Identities, and Social Justice, pp. 36-59. doi: 10.1080/10665684.2012.643182
Imagining Otherwise: Connecting the Arts and Social Justice to Envision and Act for Change: Special Issue Introduction
(2005). A Review Of: “Payne, R.K. (2003). A framework for understanding poverty”. Equity & Excellence in Education: Vol. 38, No. 4, pp. 367-375. doi: 10.1080/10665680500299833
Equity & Excellence in Education - Volume 45, Issue 1
From Dialogue to Action: The Impact of Cross-Race Intergroup Dialogue on the Development of White College Students as Racial Allies
The Understanding Slavery Initiative
British Empire, Adayliketoday 08, Force Freedom, Black Story History, History Today, Caribbean History, African American History, Black History, African History
#AdaylikeToday 08/01/1834: #Slavery is abolished in the British Empire as the #SlaveryAbolition Act1833 comes into force. #Freedom #infomarketmagazine
Slavery was abolished throughout the British Empire as the Slavery Abolition Act of 1833 came into force on this day 1st August, 1834. An estimated 770,000 slaves were freed. I try to understand the minds of those people who enslaved a race, but I just cannot! by S. Tym
“To the Friends of Negro Emancipation”, an engraving in the West Indies, celebrating the abolition of slavery in the British Empire in 1833.
Slavery was abolished throughout the British Empire as the Slavery Abolition Act of 1833 came into force on this day 1st August, 1834. An estimated 770,000 slaves were freed.
History Today: The price of slavery
Grade 1, Magazine Gotta, Button, Magazine Bunch, Magazines, Folkways Magazine
Smithsonian Folkways Magazine: you can look for all kinds of folk music (even Scottish...listed under "Celtic"), and look at the liner notes to see if it's a CD you'd like.
Smithsonian Folkways Magazine:gotta remember the "Listen Now" button
Smithsonian Folkways lesson plans with links to podcasts via itunes
Smithsonian Folkways- Has music recordings from around the world.
Smithsonian Folkways Magazine- bunch of free online music lessons
lesson plans from Smithsonian Folkways Magazine
Smithsonian Folkways - Lesson Plan Map
Smithsonian Folkways Magazine
Free resources for the classroom Please browse the following map to find world music curricular experiences from Smithsonian Folkways' Network of Music Educators. All lessons can be downloaded in PDF format.
Songs for Human Rights
Inspirational Quote, Bobmarley, Good Things, Pain Bob, Bob Marley Quotes, So True, Favorite Quotes
"One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain." #BobMarley
Art Print Bob Marley - One good thing about music ...
Bob Marley Quotes | Bob Marley Music Quote
Pyramid - Bob Marley (Quote) - Art Print
No Pain | Bob Marley Music Quote
So true, Bob
Bob Marley (Quote) by Celebrity Image. Buy art prints, posters and framed art at the UK's favourite online gallery, WorldGallery.co.uk.
Bob Marley posters with inspiring quotes
Social Justice Top 40
Music Legends, James Brown, The Godfather, Jamesbrown, James D'Arcy, Soul Brother, Feel Good
James Brown - Mr. Dynamite/Soul Brother #1/The Hardest Working Man in Show Business... http://templeshows.com/
R.I.P. to the Godfather of Soul, Mr. James Brown! (1933-2006) Celebrate The Hardest Working Man in Show Business and click through to a free playlist of his greatest hits!
James Brown, theycalled him, “the hardest working man in show business.” James Brown was born in Barnwell, South Carolina on May 3rd, 1933. Happy Birthday, James Brown! [Watch & Listen to James Brown perform live in 1964]
[photo][people] James Brown (The Hardest Working Man in Show Business) 1933/05/03 - 2006/12/25 Trap Music | Trap Music Definition http://www.slaughdaradio.com
R.I.P. to the Godfather of Soul, Mr. James Brown! (1933-2006) Celebrate The Hardest Working Man in Show Business with this free playlist of his greatest hits. http://www.playlist.com/playlist/23256704523
[photo][people] James Brown (The Hardest Working Man in Show Business) "I don't want nobody to give me nothing; open up the door I'll get it myself."
James Brown -- “Soul Brother Number One”, “The Minister Of Super Heavy Funk”, “The Hardest Working Man in Show Business”
James Brown, jumping splits. http://www.jamesbrown.com/
I feel Good James Brown
The Social Justice Top 40
EdChange is a team of passionate, experienced, established, educators dedicated to equity, diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice. With this shared vision, we have joined to collaborate in order to develop resources, workshops, and projects that contribute to progressive change change in ourselves, our schools, and our society.
Social Justice Song Index
Diversity, Social, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Justice Song, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Women, Education Poster
Women's Rights Are Human Rights by Hillary Rodham Clinton
Multicultural Education Poster Store
Social Justice and Civil Rights Speeches
Social Justice Song Index - Multicultural Pavilion
Isabella Beecher Hooker: The Constitutional Rights Of The Women Of The United States
Frederick Douglas: Appeal to Congress for Impartial Suffrage
Multicultural education, diversity, equity, and social justice education resources.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton: Address to the Legislature of New York
Playing for Change} Development Education Research Centre A foundation with a mission to connect the world through music; to ensure that anyone with the desire to receive a music education would have opportunity to do so. There are a number of videos of music-making across countries that can be shown in class.
Oxfam - Music Education 11-14
School Primary Music, Music Education Resources, Music Lesson Plans, Education Randomness, Music Lessons, Pre School Primary, Education 11
Global Music lesson plans (5) for ages 5-7 UK-Eduacation Experiment Site @ http://www.smartyoungthings.co.uk
Global Music lesson plans (5) for ages 5-7
Global Music Lessons | Oxfam Education
Hip Hop & Education
Film, Alternatives Ithaca, Tracking Alternatives, Cinema, College, Education, Photography
Ithaca College, New York. Roy H. Park School of Communications. The B.S. in cinema and photography allows you to specialize in one of three areas -- cinema production, screenwriting, or photography.
Ithaca College - Cinema and Photography; Film Photography, and Visual Arts
Ithaca College: Virtual Tour & Location of this Institution
Ability Grouping, Tracking & Alternatives | Ithaca College
Multicultural education and culturally responsive teaching
ithaca college - brandguidelines
ithica college 5hr drive MS edu
Since 1965, Ithaca College has been educating graduate students in the field of speech-language pathology and audiology, bringing all of its resources and...
The Costume Shop - Department Handbook
Global Dimension - Olympic National Anthems