Chapter 5

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Note: For studies pertaining to field work in general music teacher education, see Chapter Three. For studies pertaining to the music education of elementary classroom teachers, see Chapter Four.

Alig, Kelley J. “Factors in the Development of Leading General Music Educators.” Ed. D. diss., Arizona State University, 1992.

Bodley, Derrill George. “The Development and Testing of an Interactive Listening Guide System for Instructors of Music Appreciation.” Ed.D. doss., University of the Pacific, 2000.

Byo, Susan J. “Classroom Teachers’ and Music Specialists’ Perceived Ability to Implement the National Standards for Music Education.” Journal of Research in Music Education 47 (summer 1999): 111—123.

_____. “General Education Classroom Teachers’ and Music Specialists’ Perceived Ability to Implement the National Standards for Music Education.” Ed.D. diss., Florida Atlantic University, 1997.

Cook, Oliver G. “New Trends in Secondary School General Music and Implications for Teacher Education Programs.” Ed.D. diss., Teachers College, Columbia University, 1970.

Drake, Gordon V. “An Evaluation of the Formal Preparation of Secondary School General Music Teachers.” Ph.D. diss., University of Denver, 1958.

Flowers, Patricia J., and Peggy A. Codding. “The Effect of Graduate/Undergraduate Mentorship in Teacher Training on Teacher On-Task Behavior and Use of Instructional Time in Preschool Music Lessons.” Contributions to Music Education 17 (fall 1990): 67—81.

Drake, Gordon V. “An Evaluation of the Formal Preparation of Secondary School General Music Teachers.” Ed.D. diss., University of Denver, 1958.

Gantly, Noel T., Kim Brown, and David Caleb. “Elementary Music Education: Students Explain Why.” British Columbia Music Educator 38 (winter 1995): 40—42.

Gohlke, Linda J. “The Music Methods Class: Acquisition of Pedagogical Content Knowledge by Preservice Music Teachers.” Ph.D. diss., The University of Washington, 1994.

Goodman, James Anthony. “Comparison of Pre-Service and Experienced Music Teachers’ Interpretations of a Third-Grade General Music Lesson.” Ed.D. diss., University of Illinois at Urbana—Champaign, 1999.

Hammel, Alice Maxine. “A Study of Teacher Competencies Necessary When Including Special Learners in Elementary Music Classrooms: the Development of a Unit of Study for Use With Undergraduate Music Education Students.” DMA diss., Shenandoah University, 1999

Harwood, Eve. “Learning Characteristics of College Students: Implications for The Elementary Music Education Methods Class.” Quarterly Journal of Music Teaching and Learning 4 (spring 1993): 13—19.

Krone, Max T. “Teachers’ Training in Appreciation.” Music Supervisors Journal 15 (March 1929): 59, 61, 88.

Malone, Marjorie J. “Proposals Concerning an Educational Program for Prospective Elementary School Music Specialists at Ohio University, Athens, Ohio.” Ed.D. diss., Teachers College, Columbia University, 1959.

McCaskill, Lucinda L. “The National Standards for Music Education: A Survey of General Music Methods Professors’ Knowledge, Attitudes, and Professional Practices.” Ph.D. diss., University of Colorado at Boulder, 1988.

McClintick, Judth L. “An Instructional Package for Pres-Service Teachers to Teach Expressive Properties to Primary Children.” Ed.D. diss., Teachers College, Columbia University, 1976.

Monsour, Sally. “The Preparation of General Music Teachers: Buildings, Bridges, and Bonsai.Journal of Music Teacher Education 1 (fall 1991): 12—20.

Munoz, Maria Luisa. “Educating a teacher of Music in the Elementary Schools.” In International Seminar on Teacher Education in Music, ed. Marguerite V. Hood, 303—308. Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan, 1967.

Nardo, Rachel Lee. “California Survey of Music in Early Childhood: Teacher Preparation and the Role of the Community College.” D.M.A.diss., University of Southern California, 1996.

O’Hearn, Richard N. “Teacher Training for High School General Music Instruction; The Methods Class.” In Music in the High School: Current Approaches to Secondary General Music Instruction, ed. Timothy Gerber and William O. Hughes, 76—80. Reston, VA: Music Educators National Conference, 1988.

Soulayman, Mohammad Abdal Hafth. “A Review and Survey of Current Practices in Elementary Music Education Methods Courses with Recommendations for a K—4 Course of Study for the College of Basic Education in Kuwait.” Ph.D. diss., University of Miami, 2001.

Stover, Marlene Louise Richardson. “A Multisensory Approach for Teaching the Essential Elements of Music: A Model for Training Teachers Who Teach Music in Kindergarten Through Grade Six.” Ph.D. diss., Texas A & M University, 1993.

Sung, K. H. “The Effects of Differentially Structured Lesson Plans on Elementary General Music Teaching Behaviors of Sophomore Music Education Students.” Ph.D. diss., the Ohio State University, 1982.

Tafuri, Johannella. “Music Education in Primary Schools; Pre- and In-Service Teacher Training.” International Society for Music Education Yearbook 14 (1987): 115— 121.

Taylor, Barbara P. “The Relative Importance of Various Competencies Need by Choral-General Music Teachers in Elementary and Secondary Schools as Rated by College Supervisors, Music Supervisors and Choral-General Music Teachers.” D.Mus.Ed. diss, Indiana University, 1980.

Weis, Ezra H. F. The Music Preparation of Elementary Teachers in State Teachers Colleges. New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, 1934.