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Carol Huffman - GIA Publications
Incorporate both cooperative learning and active music making into your music classroom with this educational resource! When cooperative learning is set in place, the students become teachers of other students, and the teacher becomes the facilitator. From the students come ideas which then develop into learning and activity. Becoming more independent and responsible for their own knowledge, the students are more capable of applying what they have learned to solve problems within the framework of the subject. Cooperative learning can enhance and even transform your music teaching!