Music | RESEARCH IN INDIVIDUAL MUSIC INSTRUCTION
E529 | ALL | Schmidt


MUS E529 TOPICAL SEMINAR:  RESEARCH IN INDIVIDUAL MUSIC INSTRUCTION
(2 credits)

TIME:  ARRANGED

Professor:  Charles P. Schmidt
Enrollment Limit: 10
Prerequisite: Graduate Standing in the School of Music

E529 Topical Seminar:  Research in Individual Music Instruction is a
graduate level seminar that will explore systematic research
methodologies and published research in applied or private music
instruction.  Seminar topics will be as follows:  qualitative and
quantitative reserach methods in individual music instruction;
published research on student characteristics, teacher
characteristics, student-teacher interaction, evaluation of teaching,
instructional methods, and curriculum in individual music study.

Course readings will be drawn from dissertations, journal articles and
readings in research methodologies.

E529 is appropriate for master's or doctoral music students.

Course Requirements:  Individual class members will present and
discuss course readings.  Class members will write summaries of
published research and present research reports on field observations
in applied music settings.