Dr. Benjamin Bolden, music educator and composer, is an associate professor and the UNESCO Chair of Arts and Learning in the Faculty of Education at Queen’s University, Canada. His research interests include the learning and teaching of composing, creativity, arts-based research, pre-service music teacher education, teacher knowledge, and teachers’ professional learning. As a teacher, Ben has worked with pre-school, elementary, secondary, and university students in Canada, England, and Taiwan. Ben is an associate composer of the Canadian Music Centre and his compositions have been performed by a variety of professional and amateur performing ensembles.
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Arts Education around the World: Comparative Research Seven Years after the Seoul Agenda
2018, 424 Seiten, paperback, 44,90 €, ISBN 978-3-8309-3797-5