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Stakelum, M. (2013) Book review: 'Music education in England, 1950-2010: the child-centred progressive tradition' by John Finney. Journal of the Society for Musicology in Ireland, 8. pp. 105-108. ISSN 1649-7341 (online)

Stakelum, M. (2009) Book review: 'Ways into music: making every child's music matter' ed. Helen Coll and John Finney. Music Education Research, 11 (1). pp. 125-127. ISSN 1461-3808 (print) 1469-9893 (online)

Stakelum, M. (2007) Creativity and the young musician. In: 11th Post Primary Music Teachers Association of Ireland Annual Conference, October 2007, Cork, Ireland. (Unpublished)

Stakelum, M. (2015) Harnessing the everyday use of technology to create inclusive musical interactions in the classroom. In: Every learner counts: democracy and inclusion in music education. European Perspectives on Music Education (4). Helbling, Innsbruck. ISBN 9783990353813

Stakelum, M. (2012) James Cooksey Culwick and the development of the teaching and learning of music in nineteenth-century Ireland. In: Documents of Irish Music History in the Long Nineteenth Century: National and International Contexts, 27 April 2012, University of Limerick, Ireland. (Unpublished)

Stakelum, M. and Baker, D. (2013) The MaPS project: mapping teacher conceptions of musical development. In: Developing the musician: perspectives on practice in contemporary settings. SEMPRE Studies in the Psychology of Music . Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 135-154. ISBN 9781409450177 (hardback) 9781138255920 (paperback) 9781315576855 (e-book)

Stakelum, M. and Baker, D. (2012) Music and primary schools: conceptions of musical ability held by primary teachers. In: 30th ISME World Conference on Music Education, 15-20 July 2012, Thessaloniki, Greece. (Unpublished)

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