The Oxford handbook of care in music education / edited by Karin S. Hendricks.

New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2023.
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This handbook addresses multiple conceptualizations of caring relationships in music education. Principal themes of the handbook include philosophical perspectives on care and music education; co-creating caring relationships; caring for wellbeing and human flourishing; and care, social activism, and critical consciousness. The essays highlight the essence of authentic relationships and shared experiences between teachers and learners, extending previous conceptions of care to meet the needs of contemporary music learners and the teachers who care for, about, and with them.
Also issued in print: 2023.
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  • The Hospitality of Wonder and Its Relation to Care and Compassion in Music Education / June Boyce-Tillman
  • Disability, Lifelong Musical Engagement, and Care / David Baker
  • Caring Through Dialogical Relations in Community Music Settings / Laura Benjamins
  • The Politics of Care in the Education of Children Gifted for Music: A Systems View / Guadalupe López-Íñiguez, Heidi Westerlund
  • Ways of Caring in Music Education Through the Lens of Classic Confucianism and Classic Daoism / C. Victor Fung
  • Caring with the Earth, Community, and Co-Learners for the Health of Biological, Social, and Musical Ecosystems / Tawnya D. Smith
  • The Musical Circle of Care: A Framework for Relationship Building and Healing Through Musicing / Janelize Morelli
  • (Re)Imagining Intersectionality: Holistic Acceptance in Music Education / Latasha Thomas-Durrell
  • Accompanying LGBTQIA+ Students in the Music Classroom / Justin McManus, Bruce Carter
  • Compassion and Care Through Musical Social Emotional Learning / Scott N. Edgar, Kara Ireland D'Ambrosio, Elise Hackl-Blumstein
  • Empathy and Deep Listening in Jazz Improvisation / Troy Davis
  • Facilitating Trust and Connection Through Musical Presencing: Case Study of a Conflict Transformation Facilitator / Karin S. Hendricks, Delaney A. K. Finn, Cheryl M. Freeze, Jessandra Kono
  • Sometimes I Just Crawl Under the Covers and Hide: Caring by, for, and with Community Music Leaders During Crises / Fiona Evison
  • This Guitar Hurts!: Empathy and Caring in Inclusive Ensembles / Kimberly A. McCord
  • Fostering Reciprocal and Responsive Musical Relationships in a Youth Instrumental Ensemble: One Guest Conductor's / Allen R. Legutki, Karin S. Hendricks, Tawnya D. Smith, Kristi N. King
  • Singing and Caring / Elizabeth Cassidy Parker, Jennifer C. Hutton
  • Developing Trust and Empathy Through Peer Mentoring in the Music Classroom / Andrew Goodrich
  • Using the Lens of Psychological Safety to Understand the Effects of Bullying Within the School-Based Music Ensemble Classroom / Jared R. Rawlings
  • The Vulnerability in Being Heard: Care in the Supervision of Music Students / Tiri Bergesen Schei
  • Student and Teacher Mental Health: Nurturing Wellbeing Within a Climate of Trust / Rachel L. Dirks
  • Mindfulness, Self-Compassion, and Gratitude in Music Teaching and Learning / Frank M. Diaz
  • Self-Care and the Music Educator / Bridget Sweet
  • Somatic Self-Care for Music Educators / Stephen A. Paparo
  • Music's Relational Imperative: Wellbeing, Music-Making, and the Interconnections Between Music Therapy and Music Education / Elizabeth Mitchell
  • Music as a Vehicle for Caring for Students With Learning Differences / Ryan M. Hourigan
  • Trauma: A Compassionate Lens for Music Teaching / Shannan Hibbard, Erin Price
  • Caring Connection, Music Participation, and Quality of Life of Older Adults / Lisa J. Lehmberg, C. Victor Fung
  • Reconsidering Musical Ability Development Through the Lens of Diversity and Bias / Karin S. Hendricks, Gary E. McPherson
  • Conveying Pupil Access to Wellbeing Through Relational Care in Music Education / Kari Holdhus
  • Fostering Care Through Core Reflection / Margaret H. Berg
  • The Sounds of Hope: Music Homeplaces and Compassionate, Abolitionist Music Teaching / Emily Good-Perkins
  • Critical Race Theory and Care in Music Education / Amy Lewis
  • Call Me by MY Name: Knowing Our Students' Names as Intercultural Sensitivity / Kính T. Vũ
  • Critical Listening and Authorial Agency as Radical Practices of Care / Kelly Bylica
  • Love, Care, Revolution, and Justice: Loving Oneself and Loving One's Students / Gareth Dylan Smith, Brandi Waller-Pace, Martin Urbach, Bryan Powell
  • I Just Wanna Live my Life Like it's Gold: Prioritizing Anti-Racist Music Education / Alice A. Tsui, Juliet Hess, Karin S. Hendricks
  • Music-Making in Prisons and Schools: Dismantling Carceral Logics / Rebecca D. Swanson, Mary L. Cohen
  • Popular Music Education, Aesthetic Judgment, and Gender Relations in Hungary / Emília Barna
  • Caring About Deaf Music in Culturally Responsive Music Education / Warren N. Churchill, Clare Hall
  • In Search of Meaning, Joy, and Justice in Music Education: Teachers Matter / Graça Mota
  • On Caring for Music Education in Troubled Times / Estelle R. Jorgensen
  • Cultural Humility and Ethics of Caring in Multicultural Settings of Music Teacher Education / Amira Ehrlich
  • Policy Practice as Citizenship Building: From Duty to Care to Solidarity in Music Education / Patrick Schmidt
  • A Call for Care and Compassion in Music Education / Karin S. Hendricks
  • Caring About Caring for Music Education / Marissa Silverman
  • An Ethic of Expectation Surrounding the Virtual Performance / Brent C. Talbot, Cara Faith Bernard
  • Compassion During Musical Engagement with Young Children / Diana R. Dansereau
  • Convivencias and a Web of Care / Kevin Shorner-Johnson, Martha Gonzalez, Daniel J. Shevock.
Other title(s)
  • Handbook of care in music education
  • Care in music education
  • 0-19-761168-0
  • 0-19-761166-4
  • 0-19-761167-2
  • 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780197611654.001.0001
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