This paper will explore how Green’s (2002, 2008) model of informal learning, as advocated by Musical Futures, is perceived by those lying close to the phenomenon. Qualitative research was conducted and data collection involved semi-structured interviews with three key figures relating to the phenomenon. Case studies were then conducted in four English secondary schools, involving teachers and students. Data was analysed thematically. Overall key findings of the study will be presented and discussed: the phenomenon as a problem solver; adaptations and misconceptions; revolution within music education; and tensions of freedom versus authority and marketisation.
|Journal||British Journal of Music Education|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 25 Oct 2020|
- Informal learning
- Musical Futures
- Case study