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3.4: Additional Sources

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    ADDITIONAL SOURCES

    WEBSITES

    The largest classical music archive in the world. (2015). Retrieved from http://www.classicalarchives.com

    Light, I. (2006). Resources for teachers and some fantastic ideas about music and the curriculum. Retrieved from http://www.childrensmusic.org

    Mickela, T. (2011). Music and student development. Retrieved from http://www.childrensmusicworkshop.co...ntdevelopment/

    Music K-8 journal web site. Retrieved from http://www.musick8.com/

    O’Donnel, L. (1999). Music power. Retrieved from http://www.cerebromente.org.br/n15/mente/musica.html

    Pappalardo, G. (2010). Using music in the classroom to inspire creative expression. Retrieved from http://www.edutopia.org/blog/music-c...tan-pappalardo

    Quaver’s marvelous world of learning: Seriously fun music. (2017). Retrieved from http://www.quavermusic.com/infocenter/

    Song, A. (2010). Elementary teachers integrate music activities into regular mathematics lessons: Effects on students’ mathematical abilities. Retrieved from http://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ1018326

    Subotnic, M. (2010). Morton subotonic’s creating music. Retrieved from http://creatingmusic.com

    Teaching tip: Music in the classroom. (2012). Retrieved from https://ethemes.missouri.edu/themes/1949?locale=en

    Using music in the ESL classroom. (2012). Retrieved from https://www.englishclub.com/teaching...-classroom.htm

    Welcome to artsalive.ca music. (2015). Retrieved from http://artsalive.ca/en/mus

    BOOKS AVAILABLE IN DALTON STATE COLLEGE LIBRARY

    Athey, M., & Hotchkiss, G. (1982). Complete handbook of music games and activities for early childhood. West Nyack, NY: Parker Publishing Company.

    Campbell, P. S., & Scott-Kassner, C. (1995). Music in childhood: From preschool through the elementary grades. New York & London: Schirmer Books.

    Greata, J. (2006). An introduction to music in early childhood education. Clifton Park, NY: Thomson Delmar Learning.

    Mark, M. L., & Madura Ward-Steinman, P. (2010). Music education in your hands: An introduction for future teachers [eBook]. New York, NY: Routledge.

    Markel, R. (1983). Music for your child: A complete guide for parents and teachers. New York, NY: Facts On File.

    VIDEOS

    Curriculum connections: Using music to help children learn-Program for teachers [Video file]. (2012).

    Everywhere man: Integrating music and literacy through song writing [Video file]. (2012).

    Integrating music and movement with literacy [Video file]. (2012).

    Learning through music and art [Video file]. (2013).

    Math music integration for first grade [Video file]. (2014).

    Music in the general education classroom [Video file]. (2011).

    Teacher uses music to make math fun, cool [Video file]. (2013).

    SCHOLARLY JOURNALS

    Burns, A. (2006). Integrating technology into your elementary music classroom. General Music Today, 20(1), 1-6.

    Howell, A. C. (2009). Curricular pillars in the elementary general music classroom. Music Educators Journal, 95(3), 37-41.

    Kerstetter, K. (2009). Educational applications of podcasting in the music classroom. Music Educators Journal, 95(4), 23-26.

    Moore, P. (2009). Beyond folk: Using contemporary music in the elementary classroom. Teaching Music, 16(5), 57.

    Music every day: Transforming the elementary classroom. (2002). Music Educators Journal, 89(2), 69.

    Prescott, J. O. (2005). Music in the classroom. Instructor, 114(5), 29,30,32,34,67,76.

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