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Examining Maasai Traditional Music-Making in an Early Learning Setting in Tanzania

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Published on Mar 30, 2014

2014 AMS Annual Conference - Maureen Harris: Poster available at http://amshq.org/Publications-and-Res...

The study investigated the experience and benefits of native Maasai music-making within the context of early learning. It constitutes a mixed-methods study by way of focusing on a particular cultural group in the transmission of its traditional music into a school curriculum, followed by assessment of the learning benefits for the students. Findings of this study suggest that the students, teachers and Elders embraced the Maasai music-enriched instruction in the Montessori inspired curriculum, which seems to have a clear benefit for both male and female students with significant results specifically for the youngest students.

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