London Review of Education

Volume 15, Issue 3
15 November 2017
London Review of Education
UCL Press

Table of contents

Music education in context: A special feature for the London Review of Education337
On being and becoming a jazz musician: Perceptions of young Scottish musicians339
Design-based research as an informal learning model for choral conductors358
Addressing new challenges for a community music project in the context of higher music education: A conceptual framework372
The impact of making music on aural perception and language skills: A research synthesis388
Towards an effective freeware resource for music composition in the primary classroom407
The impact of participation in music on learning mathematics425
Teaching music online: Changing pedagogical approach when moving to the online environment439
Mapping trends and framing issues in higher music education: Changing minds/changing practices457
Community music as a vehicle for tackling mental health-related stigma474
Can student interdependence be experienced negatively in collective music education programmes? A contextual approach488
The relationship between stream placement and teachers' judgements of pupils: Evidence from the Millennium Cohort Study505
Exploring the relationship between validity and comparability in assessment523
Internal versus external assessment in vocational qualifications: A commentary on the government's reforms in England536
Local Citizenship in the Global Arena: Educating for community participation and change , by Sally Findlow549
The Charged Classroom: Predicaments and possibilities for democratic teaching, by Judith L. Pace551
Global Migration, Diversity, and Civic Education: Improving policy and practice , edited by James A. Banks, Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco and Miriam Ben-Peretz554
Children's Rights, Educational Research and the UNCRC: Past, present and future, edited by Jenna Gillett-Swan and Vicki Coppock556