Today's selected headlines feature examples of both advances and challenges facing remote educational systems in the U.S., as well as inspirational stories of progress from around the world in the fields of science, medicine and social awareness. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org. The Oregonian, Published in Portland, Oregon
[Fairlight II Page R by Clusternote, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons]As we've evolved as a society and our art has followed, the foundations of music education have remained both consistent and traditional. The structure of music allows for us to bridge time and place by communicating within a uniquely universal language of notation, rhythms and key signatures. The way...
Amidst all of the weighty pandemic news, today's selection aims to bring some light to your day by highlighting stories about progress, hope and people helping other people during these unprecedented times. You'll find examples below, from medical developments to individual acts of kindness to constructive legislation. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org
Although I was a music student for most of my academic life, I never studied an important branch of my focus: music education. From middle school through college, the music programs at my schools focused heavily on performance and music theory. Since graduating, I've become deeply immersed in the non-academic world of music as a touring musician, songwriter, producer and mixing engineer. When I'm not doing these things, I'm ...
IntroductionWelcome!Welcome to the Music Education Rhizr! Inside you'll find various types of resources, from broad-ranging texts on music education theory, to practical tools and resources for the classroom, along with suggestions for repertoire and curricula, and resources for students. All of these are organized by topic, with suggestions for related subject matter, and links to journals and online sources for further reading.Select E-BooksIncorporating Diversity, Activism and Sociology into the Classroom