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The Place of Music in 21st Century Education
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What does music education look like with and without technology?
12 videos5 readings2 quizzes
Hein: "Why does classroom music seem alien?"
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If we can learn music from the cloud, do we need music teachers?
6 videos4 readings1 quiz
What opportunities do new technologies afford music education?
7 videos2 readings1 quiz
What would a pluralist music education look like?
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