Teaching Music in the Early Childhood Classroom for Convergent Creativity: Views from a Meta-synthesis
This chapter presents our views on creativity in teaching music in the early childhood classroom for good life. In conceptualizing convergent creativity in music education in the preschool classroom setting, we posed a question of inquiry: What factors affect music teaching in a preschool classroom?
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