Update: Applications of Research in Music Education editor Debbie Rohwer interviews author Dan Isbell about his article discussing studies that provide information on the decision to become a music teacher, the early socialization of music teachers, the culture within schools of music, and models of music teacher identity.

The abstract for the article, "The Socialization of Music Teachers: A Review of the Literature" can be found here: http://upd.sagepub.com/content/34/1/5.abstract

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Sean MacBlain discusses what he thinks is the greatest change occuring in children's lives today. 

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Sean MacBlain discusses what he thinks is the greatest change occuring in children's learning today. 

 

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Collette Gary discusses how the emergence of childhood studies has helped our understanding of how young people learn. 

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Sean MacBlain discusses what readers can take from Bruner into their practice. 

 

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Sean MacBlain discusses social learning in young children. 

 

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Collette Gray discusses what she thinks are the core principles of Vygotsky's approach. 

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Collette Gray discusses what she feels readers of her book need to understand about Piaget. 

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Colette Gray discusses the main differences between operant conditioning and classical conditioning. 

 

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Sean MacBlain discusses how Froebel's views are translated into good early years practice in today's educational climates. 

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Collette Gray discusses the implications of the latest research into brain development and what it might mean for how babies should be cared for. 

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In which Collette Gray discusses which theorist have had the greatest impact on helping us to understand more about how young children learn? 

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In this podcast with Learning Theories in Early Childhood, second edition, co-author Collette Gray tells us a little bit about her role and the chapters she contributed to the book. 

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