Vol 7 (2019)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/es.v7i0

Engaging Students: Essays in Music Pedagogy presents short essays on the subject of student-centered learning, and serves as an open-access, web-based resource for those teaching college-level classes in music. This is the seventh volume of Engaging Students, focused on curriculum reform in higher education music curriculum. This is also our inaugural volume published by The Ohio State University Libraries; we are thrilled to be working with our library partners on the journal. You can read more about the original vision behind this project here.

We hope that you enjoy reading this volume as much as we have enjoyed putting it together.

Table of Contents

Front Matter

 
 
Jennifer Snodgrass

Re-examining Curricula

Trevor de Clercq
Andrew Gades
Crystal Peebles
Megan L. Lavengood
Owen Belcher, Aaron Grant

Re-examining Content

Timothy K. Chenette
David Heinsen, Robin Heinsen
Kristina Knowles
Cynthia I. Gonzales
Jeremy Day-O'Connell

Re-examining Assessment

Sara Bakker
Garrett Michaelsen