USF University of South Florida College of The Arts School of Music
 
  Center for Music Education Research
 
 
 
 

Program

Suncoast Music Education Research Symposium XIII

Creativity: The Good Life, Spirituality, and the Natural Progression of the Universe

January 27-30, 2021

U.S. Eastern Standard Time (GMT-5)

 

Wednesday, January 27, 2021

8:00-8:15

Clint Randles

Greetings

Chris Garvin

 

University of South Florida, US

 

8:15-8:30

Pam Burnard and UK Colleagues

Identifying the salience of silence in performance creativity: A meeting with spirituality?

University of Cambridge, UK

8:30-8:45

James Humberstone and Caitlin Sandiford

Activist pluralism in conservatory education

University of Sydney, Australia

8:45-9:00

Damian Keller, Marcella Mandanici, Marcello Messina

Ubimus strategies for co-located and remote educational activities: Harmonic Walk and live-patching practices

Amazon Center for Music Research, Brazil

9:00-9:15

John Kratus

Provocation

Independent Scholar, US

9:15-9:45

John Kratus

Discussion

Independent Scholar, US

9:45-10:00

Short Break

 

10:00-10:15

Malachi Fortune Apudo-Achola & Emily Akuno

Where does that go? Responding to disruptions in higher music education through technologies and creativities

The Co-operative University of Kenya

10:15-10:30

Lauren Kapalka Richerme

Equity via relations of equality: Bridging the classroom-Society Divide

Indiana University, US

10:30-10:45

Judy Lewis

Beyond the surface of culturally responsive pedagogies: Hip hop, creativity and affirming the voices of our urban minority students

SUNY Potsdam, US

10:45-11:00

David Elliott

Toward an embodied concept of creativity

New York University, US

11:00-11:15

Pam Burnard

Provocation

University of Cambridge, UK

11:15-12:00

Pam Burnard

Discussion

University of Cambridge, UK

12:00-1:00

Long Break

 

1:00-1:15

Adam Patrick Bell, Juan Cacho, & Ismail Okasha

Sparking and Sustaining the Creative Process in Songwriting

University of Calgary, Canada

1:15-1:30

Lloyd McArton

Extramusical creativity and lifelong music learning

University of Toronto, Canada

1:30-1:45

Martin Emo

What do teachers do and why? Music education and digital technology in the secondary school classroom.

Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

1:45-2:00

Leon de Bruin

Pedagogies of difference: A framework for pedagogical adaptation and creative climates

University of Melbourne, Australia

2:00-2:15

Lauren Kapalka Richerme

Provocation

Indiana University, US

2:15-3:00

Lauren Kapalka Richerme

Discussion

Indiana University, US

3:00-3:15

Short Break

 

3:15-3:30

Leonard Tan & Mengchen Lu

On creativity and tradition: A Confucian perspective with insights for music education

National Institute of Education, Singapore

3:30-3:45

Rebecca Rinsema

Interpretation as creativity

Northern Arizona University, US

3:45-4:00

Cecilia Wallerstedt & Niklas Rudbäck

Scaffolding creative processes in music: The role of the teacher

Unversity of Gothenburg, Sweden

4:00-4:15

David Elliott

Provocation

New York University, US

4:15-4:45

David Elliott

Discussion



Thursday, January 28, 2021

8:00-8:15

Clint Randles

Greetings

David Williams

 

University of South Florida, US

 

8:15-8:30

Forrest Hartman and Clint Randles

Songwriting and wellbeing: Pedagogies for emergency context learning

University of South Florida, US

8:30-8:45

Lauren Ryals

Music educators' perspectives on songwriting  

Temple University, US

8:45-9:00

John Kratus

Songwriting class as a place for healing

Independent Scholar, US

9:00-9:15

David Elliott

Provocation

New York University, US

9:15-9:45

David Elliott

Discussion

New York University, US

9:45-10:00

Short Break

 

10:00-10:15

Emmett O'Leary

The pandemic, community ukulele groups, and YouTube

Virginia Tech University, US

10:15-10:30

Jason Chen

Group creativity: E-Learning in rock music education

The Education University of Hong Kong

10:30-10:45

Martina Vasil

Broadcast media as creative impetuses for children's musicking

University of Kentucky, US

10:45-11:00

Dimitra Kokotsaki

Supporting creativity and creative thinking in the music classroom: Towards a model of enhancing student engagement

University of Durham, UK

11:00-11:15

Lauren Kapalka Richerme

Provocation

Indiana University, US

11:15-12:00

Lauren Kapalka Richerme

Discussion

Indiana University, US

12:00-1:00

Long Break

 

1:00-1:15

Kexin Xu

Play and imagination in vocal pedagogy

Indiana University, US

1:15-1:30

Jennifer Bugos and Darlene DeMarie

Face the Music:  Children’s Facial Affect in Musical Imitation and Improvisation Tasks

University of South Florida, US

1:30-1:45

Erika Knapp and Karen Salvador

Weaving the web of creativity in early childhood music

Michigan State University, US

1:45-2:00

Dylan van der Schyff

Music pedagogy and the creative body 

University of Melbourne, Australia

2:00-2:15

Pam Burnard

Provocation

University of Cambridge, UK

2:15-3:00

Pam Burnard

Discussion

University of Cambridge, UK

3:00-3:15

Short Break

 

3:15-3:30

Christian Bernhard

Practice makes perfect? Gratitude during times of uncertainty

SUNY Fredonia, US

3:30-3:45

Gareth Dylan. Smith

Spirituality and the magic of playing drum Kit

Boston University, US

3:45-4:00

Bernie Andrews & Tessandra Wendzich

Collaborative composition: Composers’ perspectives on student and teacher input

University of Ottawa, Canada

4:00-4:15

John Kratus

Provocation

Independent Scholar, US

4:15-4:45

John Kratus

Discussion

 

Independent Scholar, US

 



Friday, January 29, 2021

8:00-8:15

Clint Randles

Greetings

Jennifer Bugos

 

University of South Florida, US

 

8:15-8:30

Emily Akuno

The transformation of the Kenyan higher music education space from training of teachers to training of musicians….and all that's between.

The Co-operative University of Kenya

8:30-8:45

Eddy Chong

Taking a leaf from Giant Steps: A small step towards future-readiness

National Institute of Education, Singapore

8:45-9:00

Brad Fuller and James Humberstone

The tired pendulum swings: “passive and inert recipiency” versus “active work”, from Dewey, through Sputnik, to edu-fads.

University of Sydney, Australia

9:00-9:15

Pam Burnard

Provocation

University of Cambridge, UK

9:15-9:45

Pam Burnard

Discussion

University of Cambridge, UK

9:45-10:00

Short Break

 

10:00-10:15

Dan Walzer

Freedom in disintermediation: A pedagogy of opportunity in popular music education

Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis, US

10:15-10:30

Matt Clauhs & Brian Dozoretz

The DAW revolution

Ithaca College, US

10:30-10:45

Samuel Holmes

Effects of group assignment on a GarageBand activity

Atlanta Public Schools, US

10:45-11:00

Himasha Gunasekara, Cheryl Brown, Stuart Wise

#creativityeveryday--Instagram as a creative tool

University of Canterbury, New Zealand

11:00-11:15

John Kratus

Provocation

Independent Scholar, US

11:15-12:00

John Kratus

Discussion

Independent Scholar, US

12:00-1:00

Long Break

 

1:00-1:15

Jonathan Kladder

Project-based learning in music teacher education

University of North Carolina-Wilmington, US

1:15-1:30

Jonathan McElroy

Students as the educator: A student-centric model for curriculum development

New York University, US

1:30-1:45

Michael Zelenak

Self-efficacy and music performance: A meta-analysis

Alabama State University, US

1:45-2:00

Donna Gallo

Video analysis in professional development as a catalyst for developing elementary music educators' creative music making practices

University of Illinois, US

2:00-2:15

Lauren Kapalka Richerme

Provocation

Indiana University, US

2:15-3:00

Lauren Kapalka Richerme

Discussion

Indiana University, US

3:00-3:15

Short Break

 

3:15-3:30

Danni Gilbert

An examination and comparison of the percieved levels of anxiety and depression of university music majors and non-music majors

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, US

3:30-3:45

Tim Groulx

Cultural representation in the concert band literature of FBA

University of North Florida, US

3:45-4:00

Marci Major & Adam Gumble

Music service learning from MUE to MU-"WE"

West Chester University, US

4:00-4:15

Evangelos Himonides and Stavros Makris

Another brick in the wall? Tension between creativity and music education in Cyprus

University College London, UK

4:15-4:30

David Elliott

Provocation

4:30-5:15

David Elliott

Discussion



Saturday, January 30, 2021

8:00-8:15

Clint Randles

Tribute to the Life and Work of Richard Colwell

University of South Florida, US

Richard Colwell

 

University of Illinois, US

 

8:15-8:35

Peter Webster

Acts of creative music pedagogy in times of strife

University of Southern California, US

8:35-8:55

David Lines

Improvisation and sustaining the "middle ground" in the creative process

University of Auckland, New Zealand

8:55-9:15

Thomas Moors and Evangelos Himonides

Voicing creative experiences without a voice

University College London, UK

9:15-9:45

Lauren Kapalka Richerma

Provocation

Indiana University, US

9:15-9:45

Lauren Kapalka Richerma

Discussion

Indiana University, US

9:45-10:00

Short Break

 

10:00-10:15

Douglas McCall

Teaching concerns among junior choral music education students

Penn State University, US

10:15-10:30

Carlos Lage-Gómez & Roberto Cremades-Andreu

In amongst transdisciplinary dialogue and participatory creativity: Group improvisation in secondary school

Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

10:30-10:45

Christopher Cayari

Learning strategies and community building of online video game musicians

Purdue University, US

10:45-11:00

David Elliott

Provocation

New York University, US

11:00-11:45

David Elliott

Discussion

New York University, US

11:45-12:00

Victor Fung

Outstanding Emerging Researcher Award

University of South Florida, US

12:00-1:00

Long Break

 

1:00-1:15

Jonathan Kladder & Radio Cremata

Creating spaces for songwriters, collaborators and musicans in higher education

University of North Carolina-Wilmington & Ithaca College, US

1:15-1:30

Jill Wilson

BOC:  A hard habit to break

Luther College, US

1:30-1:45

Xander Koops

Faith, scholarship, and service-learning in music education: A creative approach

Azusa Pacific University, US

1:45-2:00

Roger Coss

Exploration as a requisite for the creative process

Modesto, CA, US

2:00-2:15

John Kratus

Provocation

Independent Scholar, US

2:15-3:00

John Kratus

Discussion

Independent Scholar, US

3:00-3:15

Short Break

 

3:15-3:30

Rachel Sorenson & Victoria Warnet

An investigation of secondary school ensembles for students with special needs: An exploratory study

Florida State University, US

3:30-3:45

Michele Biasutti

Online music learning

Padova University, Italy

3:45-4:00

Charilaos Lavranos

Open education, open information: The perspective of openness in music education as a factor for musical creativity enhancement

Ionian University, Greece

4:00-4:15

Pam Burnard

Provocation

University of Cambridge, UK

4:15-4:45

Pam Burnard

Discussion

 

University of Cambridge, UK

 



Thank you!