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Welcome, Podium 2022 attendees!

Thank you for attending "Navigating Inclusion: Perspectives on Singer- and Community-Centered Practices." 


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Inclusion: In the Words of our Singers

EVM: Rehearsal & Performance

Reference List:


Bell, Adam Patrick. (2017). (dis)Ability and music education: Paralympian Patrick Anderson and the experience of disability in music. Action, Criticism and Theory for Music Education, 16(3), pp. 108-128.

Canada Council for the Arts - Glossary (nd). 

Center for Disease Control - Disability and Health (nd). 

Dobbs, Teryl L. (2012). A critical analysis of disabilities discourse in the Journal of Research in Music Education, 1990 -2011. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, 194, pp. 7-30.

Laes, T. & Schmidt, P. (2016). Activism within music education: Working towards inclusion and policy change in the Finnish music school context. British Journal of Music Education, 33(1), pp. 5-23.

Laes, T. and Westerlund, H. (2017). Performing disability in music teacher education: Moving beyond inclusion through expanded professionalism. International Journal of Music Education, pp.1-13

Palkki, J. (2022). ‘Becoming the Song’: Alice Parker, community singing and unlearning choral strictures. International Journal of Community Music, 15(1), pp. 31-48.


Information about Models shared:


Resonaari’s Inclusive Music Network: 

Drake School: 


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