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Blind spots

8, Oct 2012

By Si Millican Assistant Professor of Music Education The University of Texas at San Antonio Whenever I am working with a young music education student or a novice conductor, I am often quick to pick up on the very faults that I find in my own teaching or conducting. For instance, I tend to have […]

By Si Millican In most of the courses I teach in the instrumental music education area at the University of Texas at San Antonio, my students are required to teach their peers in a series of microteaching episodes. Some of these teaching episodes require my students to engage in teaching tasks such as teaching a […]

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