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Music Inquiry by Catherine Schmidt-Jones

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Music Inquiry
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Publisher: Open Textbooks for Hong Kong
Number of pages: 109

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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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