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reflection Successful Interdisciplinary Communication in Schools: Understanding Important Special Education Concepts and Initiatives Mary Adamek, Ph.D., MT-BC School of Music, The University of Iowa Alice-Ann Darrow, Ph.D., MT-BC College of Music, Florida State University Judith Jellison, Ph.D., RMT Butler School of Music, The University of Texas at Austin

Successful interdisciplinary communication requires that stakeholders not only have knowledge of their own disciplines, but a clear understanding of their colleagues’ disciplines as well. Music therapists often work in education settings (primarily with students who receive special education services) which makes

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imagine 2014  

The focus of imagine 2014 is on family-centered practice – a trend taking hold in music therapy circles worldwide. While many practitioners...

imagine 2014  

The focus of imagine 2014 is on family-centered practice – a trend taking hold in music therapy circles worldwide. While many practitioners...