PhD Monash University 2012 Pages: 308

An investigation of primary music education in Victorian schools: a single case study

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This phenomenological research has employed a qualitative case study approach and investigates what practices are required in successful music curriculum development and quality music teaching within and without the music classroom in state-supported (government) primary schools in Victoria, Australia. To contextualize the study, issues involving the history of music education in Victorian government primary schools, current national and state music curricula, particular music teaching approaches of Kodály and Orff, school choral and instrumental instructions, and music advocacy were also discussed at length...

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