Implications for Music Education
© 1996 GIA.
Item #: G-5356
Block Scheduling: Implications for Music Education is the result of a research survey of “block scheduled” schools in Kentucky, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Michigan conducted by the authors.
Statistics on school music programs are included, as are valuable comments by music educators working in these small, medium, and large schools. Percentages and other research findings are followed by information on the advantages and disadvantages of different types of scheduling in sample schools throughout the country.
Also included are suggestions on becoming involved and building networks for sharing information.
Contents include: Making Block Schedules Work: Sample Schedules; Suggestions for Becoming Informed, Involved, and Building Networks for Sharing Information; Block Scheduling and School Music Programs
Larry R. Blocheris Director of Music Education at Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas.
Richard B. Miles is Director of Bands at Morehead State University in Kentucky and holds a PhD from Florida State University.
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