Daniel Harley co-authors "Sound Beginnings: Learning, Communicating, and Making Sense with Sound" in Music Educators Journal

Thursday, December 17, 2020

Dr. Daniel Harley, GI faculty member and Assistant Professor at the Stratford School of Interaction Design and Business, co-authored an article entitled, "Sound Beginnings: Learning, Communicating, and Making Sense with Sound" with Drs. Kurt Thumlert and Jason Nolan. Published in the SAGE Music Educators Journal, the article presents five recommendations for music pedagogy and sound-based inquiry that support a more inclusive understanding of music.

Thumlert, Harley and Nolan propose a contextualized, community-based, learner-oriented model that responds to the gendered, racist, and ableist realities of many students’ musical education:

"Challenging dominant and exclusionary forms of education requires dynamic alternatives to inherited music pedagogies. Our five suggestions offer just one practical model for a fundamental restructuring of music education."

Read the suggestions in the article, here.

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