Re-Placing Music Education
What is it about?
The core music education narrative is a powerful story firmly established in the public imagination and the profession. Core narratives develop over time and create a sense of epistemological certainty that is resistant to change. The power and persistence of a core narrative can become problematic through limiting the kinds of stories that are told and heard. What would it mean to re-frame the core narrative of music teaching and learning and re-place music education into more vibrant, open, collaborative both/and spaces that include more than the place of school?
The following have contributed to this page: Sandra L Stauffer