The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Director of Education, Dr. Jason Hanley, guest-edited a special issue on the topic of Popular Music Pedagogy in the Journal of Popular Music Studies, Volume 21, Issue 1, March 2009.
His article, co-written with Susan Oehler, titled "Perspectives of Popular Music Pedagogy in Practice: An Introduction" appears on pages 2–19.
Click below to read that article here.
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The Summer Teacher Institute brings K-12 and post-secondary teachers together with arts education specialists, historians, community educators, curriculum designers, performers and music therapists to learn how to use popular music effectively to teach across the disciplines. Work alongside the Rock Hall’s award-winning education department and explore how you can integrate rock and roll into your own classroom curriculum. Walk through classroom-tested activities that can deepen your students’ engagement with popular music while meeting and exceeding state and national content standards – whether your focus is language arts, social studies, music, technology or other content areas. Regardless of your specialty, rock and roll can help you electrify your classroom and make learning come alive for your students.
There are many music streaming services available, some that require a fee. Listed below are some of the streaming services that are available for free with a registration. Many of these services are also connected to Facebook. If you have a Facebook account, you can sign in that way.
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