MUED 305 Instrumental Music in Secondary School

Study curriculum development, instructional planning, and research-validated instructional strategies for teaching instrumental music in secondary school. Design and practice offering differentiated instruction that enhances the music learning of all students. Practice applying knowledge of learning processes, motivation, communication, and classroom management to stimulate and sustain student interest, cooperation, and achievement to each student's highest level of learning in preparation for productive work, citizenship in a democracy, and continuing growth. Develop skills to provide instruction that will promote the participation and progress of students with disabilities. Study and apply effective practices for applying positive behavioral supports and interventions to address student and classroom management needs. Study and practice skills for developing the listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills of all students. Increase skill assessing student learning, analyzing one's own teaching practice, using information gathered through assessment and analysis to plan or modify instruction, and using various resources to enhance teaching. Develop and practice skill in fostering effective relationships and interactions to support student growth and learning, including skill in resolving conflicts. Investigate means to update knowledge and skills in music and in pedagogy. Intern teaching with high school students. Professional standing required.




MUED 394


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