by Catherine Schmidt-Jones
Publisher: Open Textbooks for Hong Kong 2014
Number of pages: 109
An inquiry based approach to learning about music provides flexible lessons that deepen and broaden learners' understanding of music while engaging with their current musical interests, preferences, and goals. This hands-on experience with inquiry in a subject area that appeals to most learners also provides practice in self-directed learning that can be applied in any area of life-long learning.
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