Riding in Tandem: Journeying the Research-Teaching Nexus in Partnership

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Scholarship of learning and teaching on music therapy training courses offers opportunities for innovative pedagogical methods to be explored that may impact on the research and practice of staff and students. Final year MA Music Therapy students at the University of South Wales experienced two research-informed pedagogical inputs, exploring different positions on the research-teaching nexus (Healey, 2005). A live research project was embedded within one module, while a Music and Imagery model for clinical supervision was undertaken. Preliminary results show a high level of engagement from the students in these pedagogical research projects, developing their researchful thinking and evidence-based attitudes.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2020
EventOnline Conference for Music Therapy - Online, Online, United Kingdom
Duration: 1 Feb 20202 Feb 2020


ConferenceOnline Conference for Music Therapy
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
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  • pedagogy
  • research
  • music therapy


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