Music Play 2 Part B

Music Play 2 Part B

Alison M. Reynolds, Wendy H. Valerio, Karen Salvado, Cynthia C. Taggart

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Through engaging children using Music Play 2, adults may build relationships with newborn and young children, additional family members, and other adults as they joyfully make music together; affirm and nurture newborn and young children's innate capacities for expressive musicking and movement; and honor and extend young children's expressed musical curiosities, ideas, and audeas (musical thoughts and ideas), helping them realize that their musical identities are worth sharing, developing, and preserving.


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Alison M. Reynolds:
Dr. Alison Reynolds is a professor and Chair of Music Education and Music Therapy at Temple University. She focuses her research and teaching interests on expressive and creative music development, early childhood and general music teacher preparation, and developing curriculum materials for children 12 years old and younger. Dr. Valerio is professor of music education and Director of the Children's Music Development Center (CMDC) at the University of South Carolina. Valerio is a member of National Association for Music in Education, Society for Music Teacher Education, Early Childhood Special Research Interest Group (Chair), Gordon Institute for Music Education (Certification Faculty), American Orff-Schulwerk Association, and National Association for the Education of Young Children. Her research interests include early childhood and elementary music development. Karen Salvador is an Assistant Professor of Music Education at Michigan State University’s College of Music, where she teaches courses regarding music in early childhood and elementary general music as well as graduate seminars in music education psychology and research. Dr. Salvador directs the early childhood music education programs at Michigan State’s Community Music Schools in Detroit and East Lansing, where she also directs Cantabile, a choir for children ages 7 to 9. Cynthia Crump Taggart is Professor Emeritus of Music Education at Michigan State University, where she directed and taught in the Early Childhood Music Program of the Community Music School of Michigan State University's College of Music. Her research interests are early childhood music, elementary general music, measurement, psychology of music, music learning theory, and music aptitude.|||Dr. Alison Reynolds is a professor and Chair of Music Education and Music Therapy at Temple University. She focuses her research and teaching interests on expressive and creative music development, early childhood and general music teacher preparation, and developing curriculum materials for children 12 years old and younger. Dr. Valerio is professor of music education and Director of the Children's Music Development Center (CMDC) at the University of South Carolina. Valerio is a member of National Association for Music in Education, Society for Music Teacher Education, Early Childhood Special Research Interest Group (Chair), Gordon Institute for Music Education (Certification Faculty), American Orff-Schulwerk Association, and National Association for the Education of Young Children. Her research interests include early childhood and elementary music development. Karen Salvador is an Assistant Professor of Music Education at Michigan State University’s College of Music, where she teaches courses regarding music in early childhood and elementary general music as well as graduate seminars in music education psychology and research. Dr. Salvador directs the early childhood music education programs at Michigan State’s Community Music Schools in Detroit and East Lansing, where she also directs Cantabile, a choir for children ages 7 to 9. Cynthia Crump Taggart is Professor Emeritus of Music Education at Michigan State University, where she directed and taught in the Early Childhood Music Program of the Community Music School of Michigan State University's College of Music. Her research interests are early childhood music, elementary general music, measurement, psychology of music, music learning theory, and music aptitude.|||Dr. Alison Reynolds is a professor and Chair of Music Education and Music Therapy at Temple University. She focuses her research and teaching interests on expressive and creative music development, early childhood and general music teacher preparation, and developing curriculum materials for children 12 years old and younger. Dr. Valerio is professor of music education and Director of the Children's Music Development Center (CMDC) at the University of South Carolina. Valerio is a member of National Association for Music in Education, Society for Music Teacher Education, Early Childhood Special Research Interest Group (Chair), Gordon Institute for Music Education (Certification Faculty), American Orff-Schulwerk Association, and National Association for the Education of Young Children. Her research interests include early childhood and elementary music development. Karen Salvador is an Assistant Professor of Music Education at Michigan State University’s College of Music, where she teaches courses regarding music in early childhood and elementary general music as well as graduate seminars in music education psychology and research. Dr. Salvador directs the early childhood music education programs at Michigan State’s Community Music Schools in Detroit and East Lansing, where she also directs Cantabile, a choir for children ages 7 to 9. Cynthia Crump Taggart is Professor Emeritus of Music Education at Michigan State University, where she directed and taught in the Early Childhood Music Program of the Community Music School of Michigan State University's College of Music. Her research interests are early childhood music, elementary general music, measurement, psychology of music, music learning theory, and music aptitude.|||Dr. Alison Reynolds is a professor and Chair of Music Education and Music Therapy at Temple University. She focuses her research and teaching interests on expressive and creative music development, early childhood and general music teacher preparation, and developing curriculum materials for children 12 years old and younger. Dr. Valerio is professor of music education and Director of the Children's Music Development Center (CMDC) at the University of South Carolina. Valerio is a member of National Association for Music in Education, Society for Music Teacher Education, Early Childhood Special Research Interest Group (Chair), Gordon Institute for Music Education (Certification Faculty), American Orff-Schulwerk Association, and National Association for the Education of Young Children. Her research interests include early childhood and elementary music development. Karen Salvador is an Assistant Professor of Music Education at Michigan State University’s College of Music, where she teaches courses regarding music in early childhood and elementary general music as well as graduate seminars in music education psychology and research. Dr. Salvador directs the early childhood music education programs at Michigan State’s Community Music Schools in Detroit and East Lansing, where she also directs Cantabile, a choir for children ages 7 to 9. Cynthia Crump Taggart is Professor Emeritus of Music Education at Michigan State University, where she directed and taught in the Early Childhood Music Program of the Community Music School of Michigan State University's College of Music. Her research interests are early childhood music, elementary general music, measurement, psychology of music, music learning theory, and music aptitude.

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