The effect of parental remediation on the musical literacy of elementary school students as measured through their music aptitude
M.A. in Subject Matter Teaching: Music
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math Education
College of Education
Education, Elementary--Parent participation; Music--Instruction and study--Juvenile
Elementary Education and Teaching
The purpose of this study was to study the effect of parental intervention on the music literacy of children in grades Kindergarten through Third Grade. The problem of the study was to determine if parental remediation at home could have an effect on the music literacy of children as measured through their music aptitude.
The entire population of a Kindergarten through Third Grade school participated in the study. Six classes were excluded for practical reasons. A parent survey was sent home. Some families were randomly asked to participate as the experimental group. At the same time, the Primary Measures of Music Audiation by Edwin Gordon was administered as a pre-test. This was also used at the conclusion of the twelve weeks as a post-test. For all designs, the researcher failed to find statistically significant differences.
Clement, Margaret Davis, "The effect of parental remediation on the musical literacy of elementary school students as measured through their music aptitude" (1996). Theses and Dissertations. 2140.