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

Program

Suncoast Music Education Research Symposium XII

February 6-9, 2019

 


Wednesday, February 6

Atrium Waterfall

Embassy Suites Lobby

3705 Spectrum Blvd., Tampa, FL 33612

Phone: 813-977-7066

7:00pm-8:30pm

Reception for All Attendees



Thursday, February 7

USF School of Music Conference Center

3755 USF Holly Dr., Tampa, FL 33620

Phone: 813-974-2311

8:00-8:30 Welcome and Music

All Attendees


8:30-9:45 Oral Presentations I

Matt Haynor. The Application of a Constructivist Perspective to the Assessment of Compositions in a Secondary Technology-Based Music Classroom.
Carlos Xavier Rodriguez. Why Is This So Hard? Enabling and Inhibiting Conditions in Student-Centered Education.
Bryan Power & Gareth Dylan Smith. Negotiated Assessment in Music Education.


9:45-10:00 Break


10:00-11:15 Oral Presentations II

Betty Anne Younker. The Experience of Educative Engagement: Learning-Centered Pedagogy in an Arts Based Course.
Radio Cremata. Rebooting Modern Band.
Gareth Dylan Smith & Kendrick Wagner. Little Kids Rock: Fostering Artistic Citizenship Through Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy.


11:15-12:15 Poster Session I

Colleen Conway & Molly BaughVoices of Music Cooperating Teachers' Regarding the University-Student Teaching Partnership.
Radio CremataSocial Media in Music Teaching/Learning.
Cancan CuiDo Parental Values Toward Children's Music Learning Vary in Guilin, China and Tampa, USA?
Danni GilbertIt's Just the Way I Learn: Inclusion From the Perspective of a Student with Visual Impairment.
Sarah GulishPop in PA: The Current State of Popular Music Education in Pennsylvania and Innovations for the Future.
Jasmine HinesExamining the Recruitment and Retention Strategies of Minority Male High School Students for Vocal Music Programs Through a Theoretical Critical Race Theory Framework.
Adrian IordacheMusic Instruction and Performance on Cognition in Healthy Adults: A Literature Review.
Amanda KastnerCan You Hear Me Now? Music Teacher Perceptions of Communication with Administrators.
Chang Liu & Aiqing YinThe Effects of Parental Involvement in Instrumental Music Learning Based on 7-12-Year-Old Instrumental Music Learners in China.
Danxu MaThe Meaning of Community Music Participation: A Case Study of a Chinese Immigrants' Community Dance Group.
Sheerin MarieMathematical Learning Disabilities: What Music Educators Need to Know.
Amanda OdomExpert Recommendations for Assisting Non-Percussionist High School Band Directors in Curriculum Development, Pedagogical Strategies, and Selecting Music Literature.
Andrew RhodesEarly-Career Music Teachers' Perceptions of the Facebook Band Directors Group as Professional Induction.
Myung Ok Julie Song-RossAn Exploration of Academic Identity in Music Education from a Non-American Perspective.
Myung Ok Julie Song-RossWe Share a World: A New Perspective Cultural Response in Music Education.
José Ruiz, Luis C. Almeida, Robert Acevedo Jr., & Jalil MuhammadThe Impact on Students' Learning & Competencies for Music Production When Participating in Student/Faculty Collaborative Album-Recording Projects: An Inside Look in the Ideation, Creation, and Publication Processes.
Elizabeth SchultzEnduring the Demands of Itinerant Music Teaching.
Jacqueline C. SmithThe Status of Music Therapists Working with Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in School Settings: Implications for Music Educators.
Gayl TeoChunking in Sight-Reading.
Jinwei TuEmployment Analysis and Discipline Development Strategies of Music Education Undergraduates in Anhui Province, China.
Dongxue WangTeaching and Learning of Nanyin in China: Implications for Music Education in the US.


12:15-1:00 Lunch (supplied)


1:00-2:15 Oral Presentations III

John Kratus. Fear and Embrace of Students' Music Creativity.
B. W. Andrews & Tessandra Wendzich. Shifting the Music Education Paradigm: Examining the Knowledge and Skills Developed When Students and Teachers Co-create Music with Composers.
Sarah Gulish & Marissa Guarriello. On the Same Level: Group Composition and Performance in a High School String Orchestra Classroom.

2:15-3:15 Lightning Talks I

Danni Gilbert. Curious, Collaborative, and Creative: Applying the CCC Approach to Collegiate Performing Ensembles.
Radio Cremata. Online Music Education: A Model for the Future.
Jing Tian Ngiaw. Prepared to Teach? Perceptions of a Head Start Teacher.
Daniel Johnson. Teachers as Learners: An Examination of Authentic Professional Development Through Self-Reflection
Lisa Lehmberg. The Experience of Mentoring a Student Teacher with Autism.

3:15-3:30 Break (with snacks)


3:30-5:00 Oral Presentations IV

Jill Wilson, Emily McGinnis, Debra Brown, Natalie Steele Royston, & Marshall HaningCurricular Revision in Music Teacher Education Programs: Motivation and Obstacles.
Daniel C. Johnson & C. Michael PalmerEnvisioning Contemporary Music Education Through an Authentic, Inclusive, and Transdisciplinary Framework.
Marci Major & David HedgecothMoving Forward: Revisioning and Reinstating Music Education After the Great Recession.


Friday, February 8

USF School of Music Conference Center

3755 USF Holly Dr., Tampa, FL 33620

Phone: 813-974-2311

8:15-8:30 Welcome and Music

All Attendees


8:30-9:45 Oral Presentations V

Jonathan Kladder. Learner-Centered and Hybridized Music Making in Music Teacher Education.
C. Michael Palmer & Daniel C. Johnson. Music Learning from the Learner's Perspective: A Multiple Case Study.
Gareth Dylan Smith. Aesthetic Experience at the Drum Kit and Embodiment in Music Performance Education.

9:45-10:00 Break


10:00-10:45 Lightning Talks II

Sarah Gulish. In the Can: Transforming Classroom Practices with Authentic Recording Experiences.
Jalil Muhammad & José Valentino Ruiz. Can Our Musicians Perceive the Differences? Music Educators' & Music Students' Ability to Discriminate Deep Sampled versus Acoustic Instrumental Recordings.
Patrick Cooper. Learner-Centered hip-hop Education = Informed Artist Citizens.
Morgan Burburan. Pre-Service Choral Music Education: An Analysis of Florida NASM Accredited Universities and Their Curriculum.

10:45-11:30 Poster Session II

Colleen Conway & Molly BaughVoices of Music Cooperating Teachers' Regarding the University-Student Teaching Partnership.
Radio CremataSocial Media in Music Teaching/Learning.
Cancan CuiDo Parental Values Toward Children's Music Learning Vary in Guilin, China and Tampa, USA?
Danni GilbertIt's Just the Way I Learn: Inclusion From the Perspective of a Student with Visual Impairment.
Sarah GulishPop in PA: The Current State of Popular Music Education in Pennsylvania and Innovations for the Future.
Jasmine HinesExamining the Recruitment and Retention Strategies of Minority Male High School Students for Vocal Music Programs Through a Theoretical Critical Race Theory Framework.
Adrian IordacheMusic Instruction and Performance on Cognition in Healthy Adults: A Literature Review.
Amanda KastnerCan You Hear Me Now? Music Teacher Perceptions of Communication with Administrators.
Chang Liu & Aiqing YinThe Effects of Parental Involvement in Instrumental Music Learning Based on 7-12-Year-Old Instrumental Music Learners in China.
Danxu MaThe Meaning of Community Music Participation: A Case Study of a Chinese Immigrants' Community Dance Group.
Sheerin MarieMathematical Learning Disabilities: What Music Educators Need to Know.
Amanda OdomExpert Recommendations for Assisting Non-Percussionist High School Band Directors in Curriculum Development, Pedagogical Strategies, and Selecting Music Literature.
Andrew RhodesEarly-Career Music Teachers' Perceptions of the Facebook Band Directors Group as Professional Induction.
Myung Ok Julie Song-RossAn Exploration of Academic Identity in Music Education from a Non-American Perspective.
Myung Ok Julie Song-RossWe Share a World: A New Perspective Cultural Response in Music Education.
José Ruiz, Luis C. Almeida, Robert Acevedo Jr., & Jalil MuhammadThe Impact on Students' Learning & Competencies for Music Production When Participating in Student/Faculty Collaborative Album-Recording Projects: An Inside Look in the Ideation, Creation, and Publication Processes.
Elizabeth SchultzEnduring the Demands of Itinerant Music Teaching.
Jacqueline C. SmithThe Status of Music Therapists Working with Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in School Settings: Implications for Music Educators.
Gayl TeoChunking in Sight-Reading.
Jinwei TuEmployment Analysis and Discipline Development Strategies of Music Education Undergraduates in Anhui Province, China.
Dongxue WangTeaching and Learning of Nanyin in China: Implications for Music Education in the US.


11:30-12:15 Lunch (supplied)


12:15-1:30 Oral Presentations VI

Lisa Lehmberg & Victor Fung. Music Participation and Quality of Life in Senior Centers in the United States.
Andrew Goodrich. Valuing All Voices: Peer Mentoring in Marginalized Populations.

1:30-2:45 Oral Presentations VII

Thomas ReynoldsDeveloping Musicianship and 21st Century Learning Skills Using the List "Creative Director Series".
Aimee Pearsall. Student Composition in the Choral Classroom.
Marci Major & Amelia Garbisch. Rote Gone Rogue!

2:45-3:00 Break (with snacks)


3:00-4:00 Outstanding Emerging Researcher Award Finalists

Christopher Cayari. Demystifying Trans*+ Voice Education: The Transgender Singing Voice Conference.
Josef Hanson. A Case Study of One Music Educator's Effectually-Oriented Teaching in an Underserved Urban Middle School.

4:00-4:30 Outstanding Emerging Researcher Award

Hyesoo Yoo. A Motivational Sequence Model of High School Ensemble Students' Intentions to Continue Participating in Music.

5:00-6:30 Conference Dinner (supplied)



Saturday, February 9

USF School of Music Conference Center

3755 USF Holly Dr., Tampa, FL 33620

Phone: 813-974-2311

8:15-8:30 Session Setup


8:30-11:00 Writing of Suncoast Declaration (All Attendees will contribute to a brief statement, providing a basis for future developments in music education.)