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Mary E. Hoffman Symposium on Music Education
Mary E. Hoffman Symposium on Music Education (2004 Annville, Pa.)
|Other titles||Inheriting a legacy|
|Statement||[editor, Mark L. Mecham].|
|Contributions||Hoffman, Mary E., Mecham, Mark Leonidas., Lebanon Valley College. Dept. of Music.|
|LC Classifications||MT1 .M166 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 216 p. :|
|Number of Pages||216|
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OCLC Number: Notes: Papers presented at a conference held at the Blair Music Center, Lebanon Valley College, on July"A festschrift in honor of Mary E. Hoffman ()". Teacher Competence and the Balanced Music Curriculum [Mary E.
Hoffman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mary E. Hoffman Symposium on Music Education: Inheriting a Legacy is a Festschrift to celebrate the lega-cy of the late Mary E.
Hoffman. Festschrift is a collection of writings by students, teachers, colleagues, and admirers, written in honor of a writer or scholar.
Hoffman, who was elected to the Music Educators Hall of Fame inwas not. Hoffman authored several important publications about music education including Teacher competency and the balanced music curriculum () and Teaching music, what, how, why (), which she co-authored with Alice S.
Beer. Hoffman was also the founder of the Mary Hoffman Award of Excellence which recognizes teaching excellence of music educators in Illinois.
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Many music educators and historians have heard of Mary E. Hoffman (), who was a professor of music education at the University of Illinois, the author of music education publications, and president of Music Educators National Conference from to She was elected to membership in the Music Educators Hall of Fame in Consists of lesson plans, lecture notes and handouts produced for music education and music history classes and workshops, research papers and articles, speeches and choral arrangements composed by Hoffman documenting her career as a music educator and contributor to the scholarly field of music education.
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Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. A Realistic Rationale for Teaching Music by Charles Leonard; Policy Questions in Music Education by Samuel Hope; Teacher Competence and the Balanced Music Curriculum by Mary E. Hoffman; The Class of Coping with the Computer Bandwagon by Paul R.
Lehman. Reston, Virginia: Music Educators National Conference, £ each. William Salaman. Montgomery, J. “Weaving the Threads of Wisdom: Aspiring to High Standards, Meeting the Needs of All Students, and Renewing Your Spirit for Teaching,” in Mary E.
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This chapter applies W. DuBois’s concept of double consciousness to the study of. Henry L. Cady co-authored the Schneider-Cady USOE Project E, Evaluation and Synthesis of Research Studies Relating to Music Education, funded by the U.S.
Department of Health, Education and Welfare ().The project is a compilation of a majority of the theses, dissertations, and articles written between and on studies relating to music education.
Henry L. Cady co-authored the Schneider-Cady USOE Project E, Evaluation and Synthesis of Research Studies Relating to Music Education, funded by the U.S.
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Bennett Reimer is the author of A Philosophy of Music Education ( avg rating, 51 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), A Philosophy of Music Education /5(3).A Realistic Rationale for Teaching Music by Charles Leonard; Policy Questions in Music Education by Samuel Hope; Teacher Competence and the Balanced Music Curriculum by Mary E.
Hoffman; The Class of Coping with the Computer Bandwagon by Paul R. Lehman. Reston, Virginia: Music Educators National Conference, £ each.Mary E. Hoffman served aspresident ofMENC from At present, • It publishes books and magazines. • It provides a forum for special-interest music groups to work in colle- gate specific questions in music and music education.
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