Engaging Students with Classical Music

Course 5583

Bring classical music to life in your classroom! In this course, you will learn how classical music, more specifically Western European music, has evolved over time through the four main musical eras.

You will take a look at impactful composers of each era, develop an artifact to share composer information with students, and create learning experiences to incorporate their music into your teaching.

Whether you are a music teacher, general educator, or teach a specialist subject, you will walk away with a symphony of knowledge and strategies to incorporate classical music education into your classroom!

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What you will learn:

Goals and Objectives of this Course:

  • Use prompts about classical music, to describe assumptions and insights of practitioners, researchers and self, including how the information relates to professional education practice and growth.
  • Examine classical music history from the Renaissance through the Romantic music period.
  • Evaluate characteristics of each era of classical music.
  • Analyze the styles and contributions of several great classical composers.
  • Develop a visual artifact to share composer information and connections with students.
  • Design meaningful learning activities that lead students to deeper connections with classical music.
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