Publications

Books (single authored)

Savage, J. (2014) Lesson Planning: Key concepts and skills for teachers, London, Routledge.

Savage, J. (2012) The Guided Reader to Teaching and Learning Music. London, Routledge.

Savage, J. (2010) Cross Curricular Teaching and Learning in the Secondary School. London, Routledge.

Savage, J. (2006) Meeting the Needs of Your Most Able Pupils: Music. London, Routledge.

 

Books (co-authored)

Savage, J. & McGoun, C. (2014) Teaching in a Networked Classroom. London, Routledge. 

Savage, J. & Evans, W. (2014) A Local Curriculum: Using your locality as a stimulus for curriculum development. London, Routledge. 

Savage, J. & Fautley, M. (2013) A-Z of Teaching. Maidenhead, Open University Press.

Savage, J. & Fautley, M. (2013) Lesson Planning for Effective Lessons. Maidenhead, Open University Press.

Savage, J. & McGoun, C. (2012) Technology, Culture & Communication London, Routledge.

Savage, J. & Price, J. (eds.) (2011) Teaching Music in the Secondary School. London, Sage.

Savage, J. & Fautley, M. (2010) Cross Curricular Teaching and Learning in the Secondary School: The Arts. London, Routledge.

Savage, J. & Fautley, M. (2010) A Reflective Reader for Secondary Education. Exeter, Learning Matters.

Savage, J. & Fautley, M. (2007) Assessment for Learning and Teaching in Secondary Schools. Exeter, Learning Matters.

Savage, J & Fautley, M (2007) Creativity in Secondary Education. Exeter, Learning Matters.

 

Book Chapters

(2014) ‘Authentic Approaches to Music Education with Technology’. Oxford Handbook on Technology in Music Education. Oxford, OUP.

(2013) ‘Assessment and Digital Technologies’. In King, A. & Himonides, E. (eds.) Music, Technology & Education: Critical Perspectives. Aldershot, Ashgate (with Martin Fautley).

(2011) ‘Digital Fluency with ICT in Music Education’. In Philpott, C. & Spruce, G.(eds.) Debates in Music Education. London, Routledge. .pdf (draft)

(2010) ‘Driving Forward Technology’s Imprint on Music Education’. The New Oxford Handbook of Music Education. Oxford, OUP. .pdf (draft)

(2007) ‘Teaching Music with ICT’. In Finney, J. & Burnard, P. (eds.) Music Education with Digital Technology. London, Continuum, 142-155. .pdf (draft)

(2007) ‘Is Musical Performance Worth Saving? The importance of musical performance in teaching and learning’. In Spruce, G. & Philpott, C. (eds.) Learning to Teach Music in the Secondary School (second edition). London, Routledge, 135-148 .pdf (draft)

(2004) ‘The Door is Now Open to Learn How to Speak’. In Paterson, A. & Ley, B. (eds.) Ideas In, Music Out. Matlock, NAME, 10-16. .pdf (draft)

(2002) ‘New Models for Creative Practice with Music Technologies’. In NAME How Are You Doing? Learning and assessment in music.Matlock, NAME 38-44. .pdf (draft)

 

Referred Scholarly Journals

(2012) ‘Moving beyond subject boundaries: Four case studies of cross-curricular pedagogy in secondary schools’. International Journal of Educational Research 55, 79–88. .pdf

(2011) ‘The Organisation and Assessment of Composing at Key Stage 4 in English Secondary Schools’. British Journal of Music Education 28:2. .pdf (draft)

(2011) ‘Assessment of Composing in the Lower Secondary School in the English National Curriculum’. British Journal of Music Education 28:1,51–67. (co-authored with Professor Martin Fautley) .pdf (draft)

(2010) ‘Hand2Hand and Dot2Dot: Developing instruments for the music classroom’. Journal of Music, Technology and Education 2:3, 141-158. .pdf (draft)

(2010) ‘A Survey of ICT Usage Across English Secondary Schools’. Music Education Research 12:1, 47-62. .pdf (draft)

(2007) ‘DubDubDub: Improvisation using the sounds of the world-wide-web’. Journal of Music, Technology and Education 1:1, 83-96. .pdf (draft)

(2007) ‘Reflecting Through Peshkin’s I’s’. International Journal of Music Education 25:3, 193-204. .pdf (draft)

(2007) ‘Reconstructing Music Education through ICT’. Research in Education 78, 65-77. .pdf (draft)

(2005) ‘Information communications technologies as a tool for re-imagining music education in the 21st century’. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 6:2.

(2005) ‘Working Towards a Theory for Music Technologies in the Classroom: How pupils engage with and organise sounds with new technologies’. British Journal of Music Education 22:2, 167-180. .pdf (draft)

(2004) ‘Sound2Picture: Developing Compositional Pedagogies from the Sound Designer’s World’. Music Education Research 7:3, 331-348. .pdf (draft)

(2003) Viewpoints: Information approaches to the development of young people’s composition skills. Music Education Research 5:1, 81-85. .pdf

(2002) ‘Reflecting Others: Towards a digital arts curriculum’. ARIADA 2 www.ariada.uea.ac.uk.

(2002) ‘A Digital Arts Curriculum? Practical ways forward’. Music Education Research 4:1, 7-24. .pdf (draft)

(2001) ‘Sound Reflections: The influence of acoustic ecology on classroom composition’. Soundscape 2:2, 36-39. .pdf (draft)

(2001) ‘Dunwich Revisited: Collaborative composition and performance with new technologies’. British Journal of Music Education18:2, 139-149. .pdf (draft)

(2000) ‘Approaches to Music Technology in the Curriculum’. European Music Journal (http://www.music-journal.com). .pdf

(2000) ‘Establishing an Effective Model for the Evaluation of Music Technologies’. Journal of Technology in Music Learning, (Florida State University), MENC, 12-17. .pdf

 

Refereed International Conference Papers

(2010) ‘Assessing creativity in the secondary school classroom: Exploring variations in teachers’ conceptions and practices’. International Society for Music Education (Beijeng with Dr Pamela Burnard, University of Cambridge and Professor Martin Fautley, Birmingham City University). .pdf

(1999) ‘Establishing an Effective Model for the Evaluation of Music Technologies’. Paper given at the National Symposium on Music Instructional Technology, Auburn University, Alabama. .pdf

 

Refereed UK Conference Papers

(2007) ‘Reflecting Through Peshkin’s I’s’. Paper given at the Fifth International Research in Music Education Conference, University of Exeter. .pdf

(2005) ‘Sound2Picture: Developing compositional pedagogies from the sound designer’s world’. Paper given at the Fourth International Research in Music Education Conference, University of Exeter. .pdf

(2004) ‘Innovative Approaches to Arts Technologies’. Paper given at the East Anglian Researchers Conference, University of Cambridge. .pdf

(2003) ‘Informal Approaches to the Development of Young People’s Composition Skills’. Paper given at the Third International Research in Music Education Conference, University of Exeter. .pdf

(2003) ‘Innovative Approaches to Teaching, Learning and Research with ICT’. Symposium at the Third International Research in Music Education Conference, University of Exeter. .pdf

(2002) ‘Expanding the Boundaries of Collaborative Musical Composition through Imaginative Uses of New Technologies’ Shared Visions (PALATINE) conference paper. .pdf

(2001) ‘Fringe Benefits? Extending the boundaries of music education’. Paper given at the ‘Training in Education’ conference, Britten-Pears School of Advanced Musical Studies. .pdf

(2001) ‘Exploring Composition with New Technologies’. Paper given at the Second International Research in Music Education Conference, University of Exeter.

(2001) ‘Dunwich Revisited: Collaborative Composition and performance with new technologies’. Paper written for the Sound Practice Conference, Dartington College of Arts.


Non-refereed Conference Keynote Addresses

(2013) ‘What is Quality in Music Education?’ Love Music Trust Annual Conference, Cheshire. .pdf

(2011) ‘Hedgehogs or Foxes? Is it time for a renaissance in pedagogy and curricula?’ Centre for Urban Environment, Manchester. .pdf

(2010) ‘Applying the Research: New approaches to digital literacy and fluency’. Going Digital, The Guardian, Manchester. .pdf

(2003) ‘My Cinema for the Ears: Re-imagining Music Education for the 21st Century’. Keynote address given to the Manchester Music Service Conference.

 

Professional Journals

(2013) ‘The Love Music Trust: For schools, by schools …’. Music Mark, London. .pdf

(2011) ‘Can you smell a rat? Why music education may wither and die in our schools’. NAME, Matlock. .pdf

(2011) ‘Do Qualifications Matter?’ Music Teacher, May 2011, p.42. .pdf

(2011) ‘What’s So Scary About Music Technology?’ Music Teacher, April 2011, p.38. .pdf

(2011) ‘Whose Voice Are You Listening Too?’ Music Teacher, February 2011, p.42. .pdf

(2011) ‘Music Education and the White Paper’. ARCO, European String Teachers’ Association, Spring 2011, 10-11. .pdf

(2008) ‘Assessment of Composing at Key Stages 3 and 4 in English Secondary Schools’. London, Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. (co-written with Professor Martin Fautley) .pdf

(2007) A Survey of ICT Usage in UK School Music Departments. Swansea, Roland UK.

(2002) ‘Electroacoustic Composition: Practical models of composition with new technologies’. Journal of the Sonic Arts Network 14, 8-13. .pdf

(2002) ‘Lessons from the Studio: New models of composition with technology’. NAME (2002). .pdf

(2000) ‘No Teacher Development without Curriculum Development’ Continuing Professional Development Update. .pdf

(2000) ‘Working across the arts using a non-musical stimulus’. In Paterson, A. (ed.) Composing in the Classroom: The creative dream. Matlock, NAME, p.21.

 

Other Writings

(2011) ‘Is Music Making Good for You?’ Power On. Roland, Swansea. .pdf

(2010) Invited response to the Governmental (Henley) Review into the Funding and Delivery of Music Education in the UK.

(2009) ‘Functional Skills in Music at Key Stage 3′. London, DCSF. .zip

(2008) ‘Hard to Teach: Imaginative composing’. NAME/BECTA. .zip

(2008) ‘Hard to Teach: Attentive Listening’. NAME/BECTA. .zip

(2002 – 2003) Open University author/consultant for the TeachandLearn.net initiative.

(2002 – 2003) QCA author/consultant for new materials relating to Music and ICT.

(2002) ‘No holds barred’ Times Educational Supplement (15/2/02).

(2001) ‘Music ICT Subject Knowledge for Trainee Teachers. Open University.

(2001) ‘Reflecting Others: Innovative approaches to using new technologies in the music classroom’. Times Educational Supplement (1/6/01).

(1999) ‘Music to their ears’. My work was featured in this article written by Emma Haughton (The Guardian, 12/10/99).

 

Edited Books

Brodie, E. (2012) (ed. Savage) Cross-Curricular Teaching and Learning in the Secondary School: Science. London, Routledge.

Harrison, S. (2011) (ed. Savage) Cross-Curricular Teaching and Learning in the Secondary School: Humanities. London, Routledge.

Macrory, G. (2011) (ed. Savage) Cross-Curricular Teaching and Learning in the Secondary School: Foreign Languages. London, Routledge.

Nyangon, M. (2011) (ed. Savage) Cross-Curricular Teaching and Learning in the Secondary School: ICT. London, Routledge.

Stevens, D. (2010) (ed. Savage) Cross-Curricular Teaching and Learning in the Secondary School: English. London, Routledge.

Ward-Penny, A. (2010) (ed. Savage) Cross-Curricular Teaching and Learning in the Secondary School: Mathematics. London, Routledge.