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Rockschool Piano Syllabus 2015
Music Teacher (2015) Vol. 94, No. 11, pp. 57
... Kelleher explores how technology can be utilized in teaching for the new syllabi in music education, set for a September 2016 release. ...
ABRSM Piano: Grades 1-5
Music Teacher (2016) Vol. 95, No. 9, pp. 93
Producing the Grade
Music Teacher (2016) Vol. 95, No. 9, pp. 54-55
... Tips are presented to help music teachers prepare syllabi for studio and ensemble courses ...
Syllabus User Guides: ABRSM
Music Teacher (2014) Vol. 93, No. 11, pp. 31-32
Time for a Restring
Music Teacher (2015) Vol. 94, No. 8, pp. 22-23
... Shandro compares syllabi from three voice curricula available to American voice teachers. She ... different focus. Since the syllabi are available free of charge, teachers may wish to acquire them all for comparison purposes. ...
... Reports that although new syllabi for GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) music must ... syllabi for all subjects are being revised in line with new Government requirements. Names the OCR as ...
... The ABRSM is launching its new piano syllabus and a revised organ syllabus in July 2010. The content of the syllabi are briefly highlighted. ...
Preservice Teachers' Opinions of Music Education Methods Course Content
Contributions to Music Education (2004) Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 71-88

The purposes of this study were to determine how undergraduate instrumental music education students value methods course components and to compare students' ratings of course component categories to the grade weighting of those categories in course syllabi. Subjects (N=43), undergraduate ...

... the grade weighting of those categories in course syllabi. Subjects (N=43), undergraduate music ... syllabi (N=42), from performance-oriented (instrumental and choral) methods courses (n=18) and from ... indicated on both types of methods syllabi, and course projects as being significantly (p <.01) less ...
... Offers suggestions designed to assist first time music teachers. Discusses creating syllabi ...