Why Do Girls Sing and Boys Play Rock Guitar?
Maryann Harman with Kathy Stevens
Girls play violins and flutes, boys play drums and guitars. Are they hard wired to have these inclinations or are they responding to our socialization process. This segment explores how gender impacts music instruction and challenges many widely held beliefs about how boys and girls learn and relate to and through music.
|Play Episode||Subscribe on iTunes|
More: Visit Maryann Harman’s web site
More from Maryann Harman
Latest EDwords Articles
- The Inner Game of TeachingBy Jeffrey PflaumSeptember 18, 2019
- What Teachers Should Be Thinking About On FridayBy J. HarperSeptember 11, 2019
- Rethinking Classroom Design, Fad, Fact or Fancy?By Rita WirtzSeptember 6, 2019
- A ‘Lopsided View of Human Intelligence’: How to Grow Imagination in Higher EducationBy Gillian JudsonSeptember 2, 2019
- Why Should I Care? Engagement through AuthenticityBy John McCarthySeptember 1, 2019
© Copyright 2019 Accretive Media