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Perceived Stress among Public School Music Educators: Stress over Time, Demographic Differences, Common Self-Identified Factors of Stress, and Relationships between Demographic Differences and Emergent Stress Themes
Teaching frequently has been identified as a stressful occupation, warranting numerous studies of teacher burnout, attrition, and stress. Levels of professional burnout and attrition among educators have been shown ...
Music Education Professors’ Beliefs Regarding Essential Musical, Academic, and Emotional Skills in Undergraduate Music Education
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2017)
Undergraduate music education majors sometimes lack the musical, academic, or emotional skills needed to successfully complete the degree program. Improvement in academic and emotional skills has been shown to have a ...