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March to the Beat of a Different Drum:The Story of a Physically-challenged Student Learning Jazz Drumming
The purpose of this study is to make an investigation on a physical-challenged student, who affects deeply by playing Jazz drumming. After his hard work, he is good at Jazz drumming, and his other aspects of life turned great as well. To further explore, the researcher interviewed five interviewees; they are his grandfather, grandmother and two teachers and himself. Through depth interviews, texts collection and participant observation, the interviewees and researcher could tell his differences on some aspects, such as his body training, confidence-building, and interact with significant others by playing jazz drum. The interviewees are surprised at his drum performance even without a sound body, so the researcher tries to collect these factors to have a whole picture of YI2’s life with music. The researcher used narrative analysis. First we could deeply find out the trace of how he grow, inspire himself, rehabilitate and challenge fate. Then we could know his family, elegant and faith would contribute to the enhancement of his YI2 learning process. Finally, this true story presents it has an influence on himself, family and school. Which is playing and studing jazz drumming. Although this is only one single case study, but it sets a good example for educators, practical workers and parents. By sharing the story and research result, we aim to provide suggestions on how to interact with the disabled.
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