Publications

Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

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Sole Author

Randles, C. (in press). Music education’s hero collective: Joseph Campbell’s monomyth and change conceptualization. Journal of Genius & Eminence, __(__), __-__.

Randles, C. (in press). An evaluation of modern band: Popular music, creativity, and student engagement. Music Education Research, __(_), __-__.

Randles, C. (2015). A quest for the perfect tone: Luthiering, pedal boards, and curriculum expansion. Journal of Music, Technology & Education, 8(2), 183-197.

Randles, C. (2015). The power of popular music in fueling the soundtrack to our lives. Perspectives: The Journal of the Early Childhood Music and Movement Association, 10(3), 14-17.

Randles, C. (2013). A theory of change in music education. Music Education Research, 15(4), 471-485.

Randles, C. (2013). Being an iPadist. General Music Today, 27(1), 48-51.

Randles, C. (2012). Music teacher as writer and producer. Journal of Aesthetic Education, 46(3), 36-52.

Randles, C. (2012). Phenomenology: A review of literature. Update: Applications of Research in Music Education, 30(2), 11-21.

Randles, C. (2011). “The hero’s journey:” A way of viewing music teacher socialization. Journal of Music Teacher Education, 1057083711403000, first published on March 29, 2011 as doi:10.1177/1057083711403000.

Randles, C. (2011). What is a good musician?: An analysis of student beliefs. Arts Education Policy Review, 112(1), 1-8.

Randles, C. (2010). The relationship of compositional experiences of high school instrumentalists to music self-concept. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, 184, 7-18.

Randles, C. (2009). Creating a philosophy of music education: Finding meaning and purpose in the mystery. Michigan Music Educator, 47(1), 22-24.

Randles, C. (2009). Student composers’ expressed meaning of composition with regard to culture. Music Education Research International, 3, 42-53.

Randles, C. (2009). “That’s my piece, that’s my signature, and it means more . . .”: Creative identity and the ensemble teacher/arranger. Research Studies in Music Education, 31(1), 52-68.

Lead Author of Multi-Author Work

Randles, C., Droe, K., & Goldberg, A. (in review). Rethinking ensemble: The future of music education through the lens of the student with special needs. Music Educators Journal, __(__), __-__.

Randles, C., & Ballantyne, J. (2016). Measuring self-perceptions of creative identity: A cross-cultural comparison of the creative identities of pre-service music teachers in the United States and Australia. Music Education Research http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14613808.2016.1249360

Randles, C., Griffis, S., & Ruiz, J. (2015). “Are you in a band?!”: Participatory (improvisatory) music making in pre-service music teacher education. International Journal of Community Music, 8(1), 59-72. DOI: 10.1386/ijcm.8.1.59_1

Randles, C., & Muhonen, S. (2014). Validation and further validation of a measure of creative identity among United States and Finland pre-service music teachers. British Journal of Music Education http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0265051714000151

Randles, C., Ruiz, J.V., Strouse, J., & Griffis, S. (2014). Using the iPad in musical performance: New pathways. Kansas Music Review.  http://kmr.ksmea.org/?issue=201314s&section=articles&page=ipad

Randles, C., & Sullivan, M. (2013). How composers approach teaching composition: Strategies for music teachers. Music Educators Journal, 99(3), 51-57.

Randles, C., & Smith, G.D. (2012). A first comparison of pre-service music teachers’ identities as creative musicians in the United States and England. Research Studies in Music Education, 34(2), 115-129.

Randles, C., Hagen, J., Gottlieb, B., & Salvador, K. (2010). Eminence in music education research as measured in ‘The new handbook on music teaching and learning.’ Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, 183, 55-76.

Second Author

Salazar, R., & Randles, C. (2015). Connecting ideas to practice: The development of an undergraduate student’s philosophy of music education in the United States. International Journal of Music Education, Published online before print May 5, 2015, doi: 10.1177/0255761415581150

Stefanic, N., & Randles, C. (2014). Evaluating the reliability of the consensual assessment technique in the measurement of individual and small group creativity. Music Education Research, DOI:10.1080/14613808.2014.909398

Book Chapters

Randles, C. (writing). Technologically-mediated restoration. In A. Kenny & C. Christophersen (Eds.), Musician-teacher collaborations. New York: Routledge.

Randles, C. (writing). Modern band, songwriting, and innovation. In C. Conway, K. Pellegrino, A. Stanley, & C. West (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Preservice Music Teacher Education in the United States (pp. __-__). New York: Oxford.

Randles, C. (in review). Assessing musical compositions. In T. Brophy (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Assessment Policy and Practice in Music Education (Volume 2: Practice) (pp. __-__). New York: Oxford University Press.

Randles, C. (2017). Creativity of cover songs?: Assessing the products of small group informal music learning. In W. Wright, B. Younker, & C. Beynon (Eds.), 21st Century Music Education: Informal Learning and Non-Formal Teaching Approaches in School and Community Contexts (pp. 379-392). Montreal, QC: CMEA.

Williams, D., & Randles, C. (2017). Navigating the space between spaces: Curricular change in music teacher education in the United States. In M. Brennan, Z. Moir, P. Kirkman, S. Rambarran, & G.D. Smith (Eds.), Popular music education: Paradigms, practices, pedagogies, problems (pp. 46-59). Farnham, Surrey, UK: Ashgate Publishing.

Randles, C. (2017). Developing and supporting musicianship: Performance. In A. King, E. Himonides, & A. Ruthmann (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Music, Technology & Education (pp. 407-416). New York: Routledge.

Randles, C. (2016). Introduction to the musicianship series. In J. Kerchner & K. Strand (Eds.), Musicianship: Composing in choir (pp.xi-xiii). Chicago, IL: GIA Publications.

Randles, C. (2015). Opening doors: iPad musical creativity and the student with special needs. In S. O’Neill (Ed.), Music and media infused lives: Music education in a digital age (pp. 73-88). Montreal, QC: CMEA.

Randles, C. (2015). A case for cultural creativity. In C. Randles (Ed.), Music Education: Navigating the Future (pp. 323-339). New York: Routledge.

Ruthmann, S.A., Tobias, E., Randles, C., & Thibeault, M. (2015). Is it the technology? Challenging technological determinism in music education. In C. Randles (Ed.), Music Education: Navigating the Future (pp. 122-138). New York: Routledge.

Randles, C. (2013). Why composition? In C. Randles & D. Stringham (Eds.), Musicianship: Composing in band and orchestra (pp. 5-14). Chicago, IL: GIA Publishing.

Randles. C. (2013). Culture of creativity: What composition means to students. In C. Randles & D. Stringham (Eds.), Musicianship: Composing in band and orchestra (pp. 137-154). Chicago, IL: GIA Publishing.

Randles, C. (2012). Using the guitar as a tool for creative expression. In S. Burton (Ed.), Engaging Practices: A Sourcebook for Middle School General Music. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishing.

Encyclopedia/Dictionary

Randles, C., & Webster, P. (in press). Creativity in music teaching and learning. In E.G. Carayannis, Encyclopedia of creativity, invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship (Second Edition) (pp. ___-___). New York: Springer Publishing.

Randles, C., & Webster, P. (2013). Creativity in music teaching and learning. In E.G. Carayannis, Encyclopedia of creativity, invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship (pp. 420-429). New York: Springer Publishing.

Fung, V., & Randles, C. (2011). Music and learning. In Norbert Seel (Ed.) Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning (Vol. 5, pp. 2401-2404). New York: Springer Publishing.

Fung, V., & Randles, C. (2011). Social psychology of music learning. In Norbert Seel (Ed.) Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning (Vol. 7, pp. 3121-3124)New York: Springer Publishing.

Randles, C., & Pasiali, V. (2011). Cognitive psychology of music learning. In Norbert Seel (Ed.) Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning (Vol. 2, pp. 602-613). New York: Springer Publishing.

Randles, C., Kratus, J. (2011). Composition learning in music education. In Norbert Seel (Ed.) Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning (Vol. 2, pp. 686-688). New York: Springer Publishing.

Randles, C., & Kastner, J. (2011). Developmental psychology of music. In Norbert Seel (Ed.) Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning (Vol. 2, pp. 966-969). New York: Springer Publishing.

Books

Edited Series (Series Editor Work)

Musicianship – GIA Publications, Chicago, IL.

Stringham, D., & Bernhard, C. (Eds.) (writing). Musicianship: Improvising in band.

Strand, K., & Kerchner, J. (Eds.) (2016). Musicianship: Composing in choir.

Routledge New Directions in Music Education

Cremata, R., Smith, G.D., Pignato, J., & Powell, B. (in press). The music profiles learning project

Shevock, D. (2018). Eco-literate music pedagogy.

Edited Books

Randles, C. (Ed.) (2015). Music education: Navigating the future. New York: Routledge.

Randles, C., & Stringham, D. (Eds.) (2013). Musicianship: Composing in band and orchestra. Chicago, IL: GIA Publishing.

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications

Randles, C. (2017). Changing the music education landscape: A collegiate perspective on the modern band program. In-Tune Monthly: The young musician’s textbook.

Randles, C. (2016). Why music lessons need to keep up with the times. The Conversation. Huffington Post. Associated Press.

Invited Book Reviews

Randles, C. (in press). [Review of the book Psychological foundations of musical behavior, by R. Radocy & D. Boyle (Eds.)]. Psychology of Music, __(_), __-__.

Randles, C. (in press). [Review of the book Early childhood music therapy and autism spectrum disorders: Developing potential in young children and their families, by P. Kern & M. Humpal (Eds.)]. Psychology of Music, __(_), __-__.

Randles, C. (2014). [Review of the book The psychology of music in multimedia, by S. Tan, A.J. Cohen, S. Lipscomb, & R. Kendal (Eds.)]. Psychology of Music, __(_), __-__.

Randles, C. (2013). [Review of the book Composing our future: Preparing music educators to teach composition, by M. Kaschub and J. Smith (Eds.)]. Music Education Research, 15(3), 371-374.

Other Scholarship

2013. Interview with Teaching Music Magazine on teaching guitar. With Adam Perlmutter. NAfME: Reston, VA.