Group teaching: the current picture
Daniel, Ryan (2004) Group teaching: the current picture. Sounds Australian: Journal of the Australian Music Centre, 64 . pp. 40-41.
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While the teaching of tertiary academic areas (e.g., music theory, history) is traditionally undertaken in class groups, group teaching of instrumental/vocal skills at the advanced level is less utilised across the sector, particularly within universities and conservatoria.
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This article was published in Sounds Australian issue no. 64 2004, copyright Australian Music Centre. www.australianmusiccentre.com.au
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