Daniel C. Johnson, Ph.D., is a music educator and researcher specializing in elementary pedagogy. His research interests include critical thinking, educational psychology, and Orff-Schulwerk.

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Publications:
Music Listening and Critical Thinking: Teaching Using a Constructivist Paradigm

Teaching music from a critical thinking perspective provides opportunities for enhancing higher-order thinking and engaging students’ interest through self-expression.

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Carl Orff: Musical Humanist

An exploration of Karl Orff's contributions to teaching and learning from a humanist perspective.

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Adolescent Violence Prevention: A Review of After-School and Arts-Based Programs

In this paper, the authors address preventing adolescent violence by reviewing afterschool programs and arts education with the goal of highlighting the nexus of these three areas.

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Thinking Critically about Assessing Online Learning

With a focus on learning outcomes, this session uses critical thinking to explore curricular connections and effective assessment strategies in online learning from constructivist perspective.

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