Research in Music Education

Research In Music Education

In A Guide to Research in Music Education, Phelps, Ferrara and Goolsby define research as the identification and isolation of a problem into a workable plan; the implementation of that plan to collect the data needed; and the synthesis, interpretation and presentation of the collected information into some format which readily can be made available to others. Research typically falls into one of four categories: experimental, descriptive, historical, or philosophical.

Read more about Research In Music Education:  History of Research in American Music Education, Research Publications, Handbook of Research On Music Teaching and Learning

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