Choral Music Educator Pedagogies for Multilingual Learner Inclusion: A Critical Multiple Case Study
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Master of Music Education (MME)
Dr. Martina Vasil
Multilingual learners are the fastest growing student population in US public schools. The purpose of this critical multiple case study was to discover three music teachers’ and one Multilingual Learner resource teacher’s perspectives on the strengths and areas of growth in pedagogies for teaching Multilingual Learners in choral music ensembles. Common areas of strength included: student-centered learning, culturally responsive teaching, and positive classroom environment. Common areas of growth were: multilingual teaching strategies, knowledge of diverse repertoire, community and culture, and multilingual learner empowerment.
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Norrid, Austin Cole, "Choral Music Educator Pedagogies for Multilingual Learner Inclusion: A Critical Multiple Case Study" (2022). Theses and Dissertations--Music. 207.
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