Developed by Brazilian Paulo Freire to teach economically disadvantaged adults to read, critical peda- gogy has since inspired others to adapt the model to other subject areas. In the area of music education, Frank Abrahams created the Critical Pedagogy for Music Education (CPME) model and has written about the use of CPME in teacher preparation programs. Scholars in disability studies have also been inspired by critical pedagogy, writing about disability pedagogy. Notably, people with disabilities have historically been omitted from models of critical pedagogy. This article discusses the intersections of critical pedagogy, music education, and disability, and makes recommendations to music education scholars on including students with disabilities in future models.
Draper, Ellary A.
"Critical Pedagogy and Disability: Considerations for Music Education,"
Visions of Research in Music Education: Vol. 40, Article 10.
Available at: https://opencommons.uconn.edu/vrme/vol40/iss1/10