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Dynamic Group-Piano Teaching

Transforming Group Theory into Teaching Practice

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Dynamic Group-Piano Teaching provides future teachers of group piano with an extensive framework of concepts upon which effective and dynamic teaching strategies can be explored and developed. Within fifteen chapters, it encompasses learning theory, group process, and group dynamics within the context of group-piano instruction. This book encourages teachers to transfer learning and group dynamics theory into classroom practice. As a piano pedagogy textbook, supplement for pedagogy classes, or resource for graduate teaching assistants and professional piano teachers, the book examines learning theory, student needs, assessment, and specific issues for the group-piano instructor.
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Pamela D. Pike is Aloysia L. Barineau Associate Professor of Piano Pedagogy at Louisiana State University.


Acknowledgements List of Figures Preface Introduction Section 1 Background of Group-Piano & Working With Groups Chapter 1 Group-Piano 101 Objectives Historical Overview of Group-Piano and Its Context Today Categories of Group-Piano Lessons Occasional Group Classes Regular Group Classes 3 Weeks of Private Lessons; Group Lesson Only During 4th Week 4 Weeks of Private Lessons; Group Lesson Also During 4th Week Private (or Partner) Lesson & Group Class Every Week A Note About Partner Lessons A Private Lessons and a Group Lesson on Alternating Weeks Occasional Group Camps Group-Piano Only and the Teaching Space Benefits of Group-Piano for Student and Teacher Considerations Regarding Group-Piano Special Skills Required of a Group-Piano Teacher Student Readiness for Group-Piano Lessons Teacher Readiness for Group-Piano Lessons A Final Note of Caution Pedagogy in Action (Questions to Answer) References for Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Brief Overview of Learning Theories That Teachers Should Consider Objectives Introduction Learning Theories What is Learning? Behaviorism Psychosocial Development, Cognitive Development & Human Learning Other Theorists & Theories for Teachers to Consider and Explore Discussion & Implementation in the Piano Class Reflection on the Use of Learning & Developmental Theories in the Group-Piano Setting Two Sample Classes Pedagogy in Action References for Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Group Theory and Group Dynamics in the Piano Class Objectives Two Vignettes of Group-Piano Students Vignette One: First-Year Group Piano Vignette Two: Beginning Seven-Year-Old Group Piano The Power of the Group Group Dynamics and Group Growth: Background & Relevance to Group-Piano Stages of Group Growth Forming Storming Norming & Performing Adjourning Discussions of the Stages of Group Growth and Cohesiveness Priming the Group for Success and Considerations for Group-Piano Instructors Pedagogy in Action Additional Reading & Exploration References for Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Addressing Individual Learning Styles Within the Group-Piano Class Objectives Preferred Learning Modes Individual Personality Types & Learning Styles Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Kiersey & Golay Personality Types Kolb's Learning-Style Preferences Reinforcing Cognitive Strategies & Learning Styles in the Piano Lab Useful Cognitive Strategies Using Learning Theories & Kolb's Learning Styles in the Group-Piano Class Engaging Active Experimenters & Reflective Observers in Technical Exercises Engaging Thinkers & Feelers in Improvisation Conclusion Pedagogy in Action References for Chapter 4 Section 2 Group-Piano Students: Adults Chapter 5 The Music Major: College-Level Group Piano Objectives Introduction Philosophy for Including Piano Proficiency in the Undergraduate Music Curriculum Suggested & Required Skills Placement Tests NASM Requirements & Recommendations Overview of Piano Skills Required of Music Majors Assessment Syllabus Purpose & Materials Piano Proficiency Exam After the Proficiency & Supplemental Resources College Text Overviews Alfred's Group Piano for Adults Piano for the Developing Musician Keyboard Musicianship Contemporary Class Piano Piano Lab Pedagogy in Action References for Chapter 5 Chapter 6 The Non-Major: Adults Groups for College Credit Objectives The Non-Music Major Philosophy & Theory Assessment Individual Assessment Piano Placements College Texts for Non-Majors Piano 101 Piano for Pleasure Keyboard Fundamentals Pedagogy in Action References for Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Leisure Adults in the Independent Studio, Community Schools, and Other Locations Objectives Introduction Grouping Adults Andragogy Lifespan Development Characteristics of Adult Learners Common Characteristics of Adults & Considerations for Teachers Cognitive Changes Associated with Age Physical Changes