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    Prior to her appointment at the University of Minnesota, Dr.


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    Sindberg's work in higher education follows a successful career in the public schools, where she taught music in Wisconsin for 17 years in Milwaukee her beloved hometown and in Waukesha, where she initiated the Central Bands Commissioning Project. She has presented numerous sessions on topics related to comprehensive musicianship regionally and nationally, and recently published Just Good Teaching: In addition to her scholarly work, Dr.

    Sindberg frequently adjudicates and conducts ensembles around the Midwest.

    Her research seeks to bridge research and practice in music through collaboration, inclusion, and kindness. Research interests include teacher education and cognition; community engagement and collaboration; instrumental music; and comprehensive musicianship.

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    She received a B. How to develop teaching strategies that allow students to make music since the first lesson in a pleasant, and appropriate to their musical environment, age and technical level? Traditional musical education focuses on the teaching of instrumental technique and musical notation.


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    Furthermore, in many cases, the repertoire chosen by the teacher does not take into account the student's everyday lives. Thus we developed a recorder method for beginners based on the principles of learning folk musicians, seeking technical and theoretical work in context and meaningful to the student. This method was applied during the year in four classes of elementary school in Brazil.

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