Scholarship

  • Bolden, B. (2017). Music as method: Musically enhanced narrative inquiryInternational Journal of Education & the Arts, 18(9), 1-19.
  • DeLuca, C., Bolden, B., & Chan, J. (2017). Systematic professional learning through collaborative inquiry: Examining teachers’ perspectives. Teaching and Teacher Education, 67, 67-78.
  • Bolden, B. & DeLuca, C. (2016). Making space for the magical: Leveraging assessment as an incitement for emergent learning. Assessment Matters, 10, 52-71.
  • Kukkonen, T., & Bolden, B. (2016). "Draw a tree and see what happens!": A collaborative and arts-informed exploration of emergent curriculum. Canadian Art Teacher, 14(1), 32-39.
  • Bolden, B., Linton, L., Younker, B. A., Willingham, L., Nifknafs, N. and Bartel, L.  (2015). What in music is going in? How teachers engage students with music in Ontario. The Recorder, 58(1), 12-21.
  • Bolden, B. & Nahachewsky, J. (2015). Podcast creation: A methodology for exploring self within music teacher education. Journal of Music, Technology & Education, 8(3), 243-260.
  • Bolden, B. & Nahachewsky, J. (2015). Podcast creation as transformative music engagement. Music Education Research, 17(1), 17-33.
  • DeLuca, C. & Bolden, B. (2014). Music performance assessment: Exploring three approaches for quality rubric construction. Music Educators Journal, 101(1), 70-76.
  • Bolden, B. and Willingham, L. (2014). My story in music: Audio podcast creation as knowledge construction music education. In S. A. O’Neill (Series Ed. & Vol. Ed.), Research to Practice: Vol. 6. Music and media infused lives: Music education in a digital age (pp. 141-160). Waterloo, ON: Canadian Music Educators’ Association.
  • Bolden, B. (2013). Learner-created podcasts: Students’ stories with music. Music Educators Journal, 100(1), 75-80.
  • Bolden, B. (2014). So long, farewell! Canadian Music Educator, 56(1), 2-3.
  • Bolden, B. (2014). Choir! Choir! Choir! Canadian Music Educator, 55(4), 2-4.
  • Bolden, B. (2014). The dearth of creativity in music education: Time to shift. Canadian Music Educator, 55(3), 2-3.
  • Bolden, B. (2013). Ministers of delight. Canadian Music Educator, 55(2), 2-3.
  • Bolden, B. (2013). 400 south. Canadian Music Educator, 55(1), 2-3.
  • Bolden, B. (2013). Music: The power to connect. Canadian Music Educator, 54(4), 3-5.
  • Bolden, B. (2013). Aspects of snowCanadian Music Educator, 54(3), 3-4.
  • Bolden, B. (2012). The Funky Mamas: Learning to create and perform music for young children within a community of practiceInternational Journal of Community Music, 5(2), 111-130.
  • Bolden, B. (2012). Personhood and music learning as a Funky Mama. In O’Neill, S. (Ed.), Personhood and music learning: Multidisciplinary perspectives and narrative voices (pp. 41-61). Waterloo, ON: CMEA.
  • Bolden, B. (2012). Cross-country check-up: A survey of music education in Canada’s schools. In Beynon, C. & Veblen, K (Eds.),Critical perspectives in Canadian music education (pp. 21-37). Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.
  • Bolden, B. (2012). Masonic musicCanadian Music Educator, 54(2), 3-4.
  • Bolden, B. (2012). Perfect pitchCanadian Music Educator, 54(1), 2-3.
  • Bolden, B. (2012). The residue of wasted time. Canadian Music Educator, 53(4), 2-3.
  • Bolden, B. (2012). Snowflake symmetryCanadian Music Educator, 53(3), 2.
  • Bolden, B. & Kennedy, M. (Eds.). (2011). Widening the boundaries of music education. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria.
  • Bolden, B. (2011). Musical homesCanadian Music Educator, 53(2), 2-3.
  • Bolden, B. (2011). Playing with fireCanadian Music Educator, 53(1), 2. 
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2011.) Gustav Holst: Composer, performer, and teacher.Canadian Music Educator. 52 (4), 2-3.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2011). Good Night. Canadian Music Educator. 52 (3), 2.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2010). To Glee or not to Glee…. Canadian Music Educator. 52 (2), 2-3.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2010). Music lessons. Canadian Music Educator. 52 (1), 2-3.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2010). Talent. Canadian Music Educator. 51 (4), 4-6.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2010). Where does the music take you? Canadian Music Educator. 51 (3), 2.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2009). Voices. In Beattie, M. (Ed.) The quest for meaning: teaching, learning and the arts (pp. 215-232). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2009). Teaching composing in secondary school: a case study analysis. British Journal of Music Education. 26 (2), 137-152.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2009). Body parts, the water cycle, plants, and dolphins: adventures in primary-grade whole-class composing. General Music Today. 22 (3), 8-13.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2009). Homage. Canadian Music Educator. 51 (2), 2-3.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2009). Timbre. Canadian Music Educator. 51 (1), 2-3.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2009). Activate creative thinking. Canadian Music Educator. 50 (4), 4-6.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2008). Teaching composing in the classroom: Developing a grounded theory. In B. W. Leung (Ed.),   Proceedings of the 15th Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commission Seminar (MISTEC). Rome, IT: International Society for Music Education.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2009). Snowdrops—perce-neiges. Canadian Music Educator. 50 (3), 2.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2008). Suds and Stan: Musically enhanced research. Journal of Creative Arts in Education. ISSUE 01.08. http://www.jcae.ca/08-01/bolden.html
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2008). The ‘F’ word. Canadian Music Educator. 50 (2), 2-3.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2008). Sustain balance and harmony. Canadian Music Educator. 50 (1), 2.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2008). Dressed to express. Canadian Music Educator. 49 (4), 3-4.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2008). Let’s call a ‘C’ a ‘C’. Canadian Music Educator. 49 (3), 3-4.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2007). I was a music teacher fraud. Canadian Music Educator. 49 (2), 4.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2007). Collaborative class composing. Canadian Music Educator. 49 (1), 44-45.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2007). Composing Matters Part Four: Consequences of composing. Canadian Music Educator. 48 (4), 45-48.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2007). Composing Matters Part Three: Teaching from the side. Canadian Music Educator. 48 (3), 49-52.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2006). Composing Matters Part Two: Inspiring assignments. Canadian Music Educator. 48 (2), 44-47.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2006). Composing Matters Part One: Teacher-Composers. Canadian Music Educator. 48 (1), 56-7.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2005). Music and babies’ brains. Canadian Music Educator. 47 (2), 27-31.
  • Bolden, Benjamin. (2004). Students composing: Examining the experience. Canadian Music Educator. 45 (4), 20-27.

Model of the teaching composing process

Un modèle du processus de l’enseignement de la composition