This page contains a list of research articles pertaining to teaching music to students with Autism Spectrum Disorder that are published in scholarly journals.
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|Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities: Constructivism or Behaviorism?||Abramo, Marcee M.||Current Issues in Education||2005
Vol. 8 no. 10
|Adapting for Students With Autism||Darrow, Alice-Ann||General Music Today||2009,
Vol. 22 no. 2
|Disability in the Classroom. Current Trends and Impacts on Music Education||Steele, Joseph||Music Educators Journal||2012
Vol. 99 Iss. 1
|Teaching Children With Disabilities. Preparation Through State Music Educators Association Conference||VanWeelden, Kimberly||Update: Applications of Research in Music Education||2015
Vol. 35 Iss. 1
|Community Music-Making for Everyone via Performing Ensembles||Baldwin, Allissa||Teaching Music||2017|
|Students with Disabilities in a High School Band: We Can Do It!||Lapka, Christine M.||Music Educators Journal||2006
Vol. 92, no. 4
|A Change that Resonates: A music school for disabled learners promotes artistic equality in Finland. Time to listen!||Palmen, Markus||European Lifelong Learning Magazine||2013
|Piano Pedagogical Strategies for Children with Special Needs||Martiros, Melissa||College Music Symposium National Conference||2013
|Strategies for Working with Special Needs Students in the General Music Classroom||Hairston, Michelle||National Association for Music Education||2013|
|Music educators’ perceptions regarding the inclusion of students with severe disabilities in music classrooms||Darrow, Alice-Ann||Journal of Music Therapy||1999
Vol. 36, Iss. 4
|Music in the Lives of Two Children with Autism||
|San Jose State University, SJSU ScholarWorks||2009|
|Musical features and interactional functions of echolalia in children with autism within the music therapy dyad||Marom, M.
|Nordic Journal of Music Therapy||2018
|Sharing the Magic: Why We Are Not Doing Enough for Children and Young People With Autism||Blake, Chris||Music Teacher||2017
|The effect of Kodály-based music experiences on joint attention in children with autism spectrum disorders||Chiengchana, Natee; Trakarnrung, S.||Asian Biomedicine||2014
Vol. 8, Iss. 4 pp. 547–555
|Autism Spectrum Disorder Research and its Implications For Music Teachers||Polischuk, Derek||American Music Teacher||2016
Vol.66, Iss. 1, pp.15-18
|Teaching Music to Children with Autism: Understandings and Perspectives||Hourigan, Ryan; Hourigan, A.||Music Educators Journal||2009
Vol. 96, Iss. 1, pp. 40-45
|Forum: 2 Students with Disabilities in the String Classroom: An Integrative Review||Gooding, Lori F.
Yinger, O. S.
|String Research Journal||2014
|Inclusion of Students with Behavior Disorders in General Education Settings: Research and Measurement Issues||Simpson, Richard L||Behavioral Disorders||2004
Vol. 30, Iss. 1, pp. 19-31.
|Understanding the Mind of a Student with Autism in Music Class||Hourigan, Ryan M.;
|Music Educators Journal||2017 Vol.104(2), p.21-26|
|Music and On-task Behaviors in Preschool Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder||Dieringer, St
|Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly||2017 Vol.34(3), pp.217-234|
|A Movement and Music Program for Children with Autism||Gonzalez, Sandra Stratton||Dance Education in Practice||2015
|Music, Technology and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders: The Effectiveness of the Touch Screen Interface||Hillier, Ashleigh; Greher, G. Queenan, A.
Marshall, S. Kopec, J.
|Music Education Research||2016 Vol.18(3), p.269-282|
|Barriers to Effective Inclusion and Strategies to Overcome Them||Darrow, Alice-Ann||General Music Today||2009
Vol. 22 Iss. 3
|Culturally Responsive Teaching: Understanding Disability Culture||Darrow, Alice-Ann||General Music Today||2013
Vol. 26 Iss. 3
|University Students' Perceptions of an Inclusive Music Production||Cassidy, J. W.
Colwell, C. M
|Journal of Music Teacher Education||2012
Vol. 21 Iss. 2
|Who Isn't a Special Learner? A Survey of How Music Teacher Education Programs Prepare Future Educators to Work With Exceptional Populations||Salvador, Karen||Journal of Music Teacher Ducation||2010
Vol. 20 Iss. 1
|Preparation for Teaching Special Learners: Twenty Years of Practice||Hammel, Alice||Journal of Music Teacher Education||2001
Vol. 11 Iss. 1
|An Exploratory Study of the Impact of Field Experiences on Music Education Majors' Attitudes and Perceptions of Music for Secondary Students with Special Needs||VanWeelden, Kimberly
|Journal of Music Teacher Education||2007
Vol. 16 Iss.2
|The Effects of Field Experience on Music Education Majors' Perceptions of Music Instruction for Secondary Students with Special Needs||VanWeelden, Kimberly
|Journal of Music Teacher Education||2005
Vol. 14 Iss. 2
|A Four-Way Perspective on the Development and Importance of Music Learning Theory-Based PreK--16 Music Education Partnerships Involving Music for Special Learners||Miceli, J. S
|Journal of Music Teacher Education||2006
Vol. 16 Iss. 1
|Music Educators' Involvement in the Individual Education Program Process and Their Knowledge of Assistive Technology||McCord, K. A.
Watts, E. H
|Update: Applications of Research in Music Education||2010
Vol. 28 Iss. 2
|Learning Disabilities in the Music Classroom: Implications for the Music Educator||Colwell, Cynthia M.||Update: Applications of Research in Music Education||2002
Vol. 21 Iss. 2
|An Adaption Tool Kit for Teaching Music [pdf]||McDowell, Carol||TECPlus||
|Research on Music and Autism Implications for Music Educators||Darrow, Alice-Ann
|Update: Applications of Research in Music Education||1999
Vol. 18 Iss. 1
|Connecting traditional music to education for sustainable development: The case of a First Nations child diagnosed with autism||Lindblom, Anne||The Learning Teacher Network’s 10th International Conference.||2015|