My Personal Philosophy: My Philosophy Of Music Education

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“Music is a more pontet instrument than any other for education, because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul.”-Plato. As a student who started music at just the age of 4, I followed the aesthetic thought to music. My love for music began with the magnificence and gratitude I had for music. My philosophy of teaching evolved after taking this course. It is defined by an importance, freedom, and respect for children 's mental nature and creativity.
My philosophy of teaching Music Education includes a combination of both aesthetic and praxial. I believe students need to go through this method in music at an early age because it would give them the opportunity to express themselves through it. I believe
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I in fact, have numerous friends who do not know how to read music for example. They are some of the most talented people I know. In my classroom, I would give a whole class lesson. After the class lesson, if there are individuals that need more individual attention, it will be given to them through teacher appointments. I would also, place strong students with the weaker ones so that there is someone else to help them beside myself to better the students through interaction and learning through their peers.
I think that us as educators should always have class quotes that encourage all students. For example, “believe that you can do anything” and “never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game”. My goal for all my students would be able to appreciate music a little more than they already do. Preparation goes a long way and a lot of the preparation will blossom most students start to complete their goals. I strongly believe that there are numerous ways to asses the understanding of my students. My three main goals for students are the

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