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An Orientation to Musical PedagogyBecoming a Musician-Educator$
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Birch P. Browning

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780199928200

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2017

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199928200.001.0001

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Delivering Engaging Instruction

Delivering Engaging Instruction

(p.149) Chapter 10 Delivering Engaging Instruction
An Orientation to Musical Pedagogy

Birch P. Browning

Oxford University Press

classroom management (physical setup, movement between classes, and group activities) and classroom discipline (the creation of rules and the application of consequences). Disruptions obviously interfere with instruction, and effective teachers employ instructional delivery strategies to limit disruptions and maximize learning. These strategies include organizing the classroom, establishing various routines, managing teacher-student interactions, asking questions that encourage thoughtful responses, guiding student-focused work, keeping the students engaged in the learning process, and differentiated instruction—customizing teaching to meet diverse students’ needs. The principles of guided practice are explained.

Keywords:   classroom management, discipline, routines, instructional cycles, differentiated instruction, guided practice

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