This guide provides resources, terms and techniques to assist students completing the learning module on classroom management for licensure in Music Education.
Examples of teaching materials will be found in the Curriculum Materials Center in the Education Building.
You can find more resources in the tabs menu, but below is a short list of some of the top go-to resources for this course.
The key database for education literature is ERIC (linked below) While you can use any keywords that describe the topic, using the terms that ERIC uses to describe topics (called descriptors) can make a big difference in finding useful articles and other publications. These terms can be identified using the ERIC Thesaurus, found inside the ERIC database.
For classroom mangement, consider searching:
For misbehavior, consider searching:
For legal issues, consider searching:
For culturally responsive teaching, consider searching:
Use the search box below to look for books, videos, journals, and other items held in Randall Library's collections. Note that this search can't be used to find journal articles--for that you'll need to either use a database or go to the library's main search at https://library.uncw.edu/.
Just as the ERIC database uses a controlled vocabulary of search terms to improve the quality of your search, the library catalog uses Library of Congress Subject Headings to indicate the subjects covered by books, media and other cataloged resources.
Instead of music education, some suggested subject headings to use are:
Also consider searching:
For urban education or urban schools, use
For legal issues in education, use
For culturally responsive teaching, use: