Leadership of Pedagogy and Curriculum in Higher Music Education is the second of a two-volume anthology dedicated to leadership and leadership development in higher music education. Fifteen authors write from multiple countries and contexts, exploring pedagogical and curricular leadership challenges and successes from around the globe. They draw attention to the dynamics of pedagogical approaches which encourage learners’ deep and agentic engagement, considering the sustainability and scope of such interventions while highlighting positive frameworks and approaches.
As with its companion volume, Leadership of Pedagogy and Curriculum in Higher Music Education includes student commentary in which student contributors give concrete ideas and recommendations for facilitating and strengthening leadership development through practical and equitable strategies with students, communities and colleagues. The outcome is a collection of essays designed to offer student musicians, higher education teachers and institutional leaders theoretically informed and practical insights into the development and practice of leadership.
Foreword Pathways to leadership in higher music education (Don Lebler) / Chapter I How is leadership practised in higher music education? (Jennifer Rowley and Dawn Bennett) / Chapter II Leadership in the transition from music student to professional musician: The Civic Orchestra of Chicago Fellowship (Sara Ascenso, Jonathan McCormick and Rosie Perkins) / Chapter III Developing leadership skills in performing arts graduates: A case study of an extracurricular community project(Judith Brown) / Chapter IV Preparing the twenty-first century professional musician: Leading curricular changes to keyboard musicianship classes (Margaret Young, Cynthia Stephens-Himonides and Martha Hilley) / Chapter V Leadership in the ensemble setting: Lessons from the engine room (Annie Mitchell) / Chapter VI Creative leadership in action through a conservatoire-based MSc in Performance Science (Rosie Perkins and Aaron Williamon) / Chapter VII Identifying skills for successful classical music careers: Implications for higher education studio teaching leadership (Katie Zhukov) / Chapter VIII Leading changes through a study on memorisation: Professional musicians as researchers (Pétur Jónasson and Tânia Lisboa) / Chapter IX The musician as teacher: Navigating future self for career development (Jennifer Rowley) / Chapter X Student commentary: Balancing higher education; Not just employability (Remington C. H. Owen) / Chapter XI Leading change in higher music education pedagogy and curriculum (Dawn Bennett and Jennifer Rowley) The International Society for Music Education / The ISME Commission on the Education of the Professional Musician / Index
The ISME Global Perspectives in Music Education Series is one of two book series partnered by Routledge and the International Society for Music Education (ISME), with Senior Editor, Professor Margaret Barrett from University of Queensland. The collection reflects topics of broad and critical interest to music education. The themes are fluid, changing with time and responding to the contemporary issues and need of music educators worldwide.
Series Editor-in-Chief: Professor Dawn Bennett, Curtin University, Australia