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Music for Children and Young People with Complex Needs (Oxford Music Education) Paperback – 6 Mar 2008
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perhaps a better name for this text would be, Music for Children and Young People with and without Complex Needs. This text, as is, is recommended to anyone engaged in music education. It is my hope, as the author has proposed in his conclusion. that what will follow will be increasingly more practical coherence to the theoretical foundation he has laid in Music for Children and Young People with Complex Needs. (Alice-Ann Darrow, Psychology of Music 38(1) 2010)
Where Ockelford's book enriches the field is in his emphasis on research into what is meant by developmentally relevant musical activities for teachers to use. (Elaine Streeter, University of York)
About the Author
Adam Ockelford has worked in the field of special education needs for more than 20 years and is widely respected as a practitioner, researcher, teacher, and writer. In the 1990s he became Music Education Advisor for the RNIB, where from 2005 he was Director of Education. In 2007 he was appointed Professor of Music at Roehampton University, after working as a part-time research fellow at the Institute of Education, London. In May 2007 his book In the Key of Genius: The Extraordinary Life of Derek Paravicini was published by Hutchinson.
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