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Overlooked: The Perception of Marching Band on Developing Effective Teacher Characteristics

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dc.contributor.advisor Nickens, Michael
dc.creator Fabian, Sarah Ashley 2023-03-17T19:05:30Z 2023-03-17T19:05:30Z 2022
dc.description.abstract The purpose of this study was to gain a better understanding of music educators’ perceptions of ways in which marching band and college music education curricula connect. By examining the music educators’ perceptions, the study hoped to influence existing collegiate music education programs by providing possible avenues of interdisciplinary development through cross-training experiences of marching band and marching band methods. The guiding research questions for this study were: 1) What are the perceptions of music educators regarding connection between music education curriculum and marching band? 2) Do music educators feel marching band impacted their music teaching careers? 3) What experiences in marching band, if any, do music educators feel helped prepare them to become music educators? This study was designed to survey music educators in private and public institutions within the United States.
dc.format.extent 122 pages
dc.format.medium doctoral dissertations
dc.language.iso en
dc.rights Copyright 2022 Sarah Ashley Fabian
dc.subject Collegiate marching band
dc.subject Effective music education teaching characteristics
dc.subject Effective teaching characteristics
dc.subject Marching band
dc.subject Music education
dc.subject Music education curriculum
dc.title Overlooked: The Perception of Marching Band on Developing Effective Teacher Characteristics
dc.type Text Ph.D. in Music Education Doctoral Music Education George Mason University
dc.subject.keywords Music education

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