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

Program (updated on January 31, 2017)

Suncoast Music Education Research Symposium XI

February 1-4, 2017

 


Wednesday, February 1

Atrium Waterfall

Embassy Suites

3705 Spectrum Blvd., Tampa, FL 33612

Phone: 813-977-7066

7:00pm-8:30pm

Reception

 

Thursday, February 2

USF School of Music Conference Center

3755 USF Holly Dr., Tampa, FL 33620

Phone: 813-974-2311

7:45am

Registration open


8:00am-8:30am

Welcome

James Moy, Dean, College of The Arts, University of South Florida


Chinese song with accompaniment

Pa Mi Er, Wo De Jia Xiang Duo Me Mei 帕米尔,我的家乡多么美 [How Beautiful You Are, My Hometown Pa Mi Er] (composer: Qiufeng Zheng, lyricist: Zong Qu)

Haojia Liu & Heyu Sun (University of South Florida)


Inauguration of MJME

Clint Randles, Founding Editor, Media Journal in Music Education at mjme.net

 

8:30am-9:45am

Roundtable 1

 

Melanie Faulkner, colleagues, and students (School District of Hillsborough County)

The Young Songwriters Symposium

Video link: https://youtu.be/DnQ6v7GzNqY

 

Beth Bolton (Temple University), Ricardo Freire, Sandra Ferraz (University of Brasilia, Brazil), Kerry Renzoni (State University of New York—Buffalo), Joohee Rho (Korea Audiation Institute for Research, South Korea), Michal Hefer (Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, Israel), and Paola Anselmi (Scuola Popolare di Musica Donna Olimpia, Italy)

The human factor: How personal perspective, creativity, and intent to communicate influence interpretation of music

Video link: https://vimeo.com/192677357/b60b796bba

 

Jonathan Kladder and William Lee (University of South Florida)

Music Teachers Perceptions of Creativity: A Preliminary Investigation

Video link: https://vimeo.com/192526606

 

9:45am-10:00am

Break

 

10:00am-11:15am

Lightning Talk 1

 

Leonard Tan (National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

Re-thinking traditional large ensembles: Insights from classical Chinese philosophy

 

Jacob Berglin (Northwestern University)

Working with Trans* Students as a Humane Act

 

Daniel Johnson (University of North Carolina—Wilmington)

Listening lesson: How culture mediates music listening experiences

 

Tamara Thies (California State University—Long Beach)

Infusing the Lived Musical Experiences of Hispanic Students into Established Music Education Pedagogy

 

11:15am-12:30pm

Poster Session

 

Jacob Berglin (Northwestern University)

Stratification in music education

 

Elizabeth Bucura (Eastman School of Music)

Seventh grade students’ musical meanings in the keyboard lab component of a secondary general music class

 

Brent Clowers (University of South Florida)

Acoustic and electronic instruments: Coexistence in the music classroom

 

Maia Giesbrecht and Bernard W. Andrews (University of Ottawa, Canada)

Hidden ground: What are the characteristics of educational music for strings in the Canadian context?

 

Daniel Johnson (University of North Carolina—Wilmington)

The influence of chamber music experience on developing twenty-first century skills: Exploring the human dimension

 

Louis Kugelman (Temple University)

The philosophies of Revelli and Fennell: A difference of philosophy

 

Kailimi Li (University of Massachusetts—Amherst)

Music teacher preparation for culturally diverse school environments: A review of literature


Corin Overland (University of Miami)

Interactions of in-group bias and cultural priming in professional music adjudicators

 

Jill Reese (State University of New York—Fredonia)

Communitas: Ukulele and collective joy

 

Yunshu Tan (State University of New York—Fredonia)

Effects of Chinese pop music selection on students’ music familiarity and preference for its traditional version

 

Brian Weidner (Northwestern University)

Defining musical independence in the large ensemble classroom

 

Kristina Weimer (Pennsylvania State University)

Mentor identification, selection, preparation, and development: A literature review

 

Carson Zajdel (Temple University)

Exploring processes of young male secondary choral music teachers’ gay identity revelation

 

12:30pm-1:15pm

Lunch

USF Creative Performance Chamber Ensemble (Teacher: Clint Randles) [12:45-1:15]

 

1:15pm-2:30pm

Roundtable 2

 

Katie Carlisle (Georgia State University)

Proposing a university consortium for music education policy and professional development

Video link: https://youtu.be/W6KK2sp4Tdo


Tiger Robison (University of Maryland)

Personal and professional characteristics of music education professors: Factors associated with expectations and preferences of undergraduate students

Video link: https://youtu.be/_-Jb_A7kElQ

 

Joseph Shively (Oakland University)

Transformative adaptation in music teacher education

Video link: https://vimeo.com/194265178/de5edd6565

 

2:30pm-3:45pm

Lightning Talk 2

 

Marshall Haning (University of Florida) and Elizabeth Tracy (Case Western Reserve University)

Characteristics of secondary nonperformance music courses

 

Amanda McClintock (Northwestern University)

Teach as though they will: A philosophical discussion of ability-oriented teaching in music education

 

Elizabeth Robbins (Temple University)

Girls rock: A case study

 

Brian Weidner (Northwestern University)

“It’s OK to fail”: Failure as learning in the music ensemble

 

3:45pm-4:00pm

Break

 

4:00pm-5:15pm

Roundtable 3

 

Leonard Tan (National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

Beyond the school years: On community bands in Singapore and reasons for participation

Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3nCmDPogkU

 

Lisa Lehmberg (University of Massachusetts—Amherst)

The role of participatory music making in the quality of life of senior citizens

Video link: https://umass.box.com/s/xyz0dwpq84haaz4gdbx64a6m3xakn0bo

 

Lisa Lehmberg (University of Massachusetts—Amherst) and C. Victor Fung (University of South Florida)

Music participation and quality of life: Findings in senior citizen centers

Video link: https://umass.box.com/s/0czzio4hbfneazpj0lul8l1qh5kd1ild

 

Tracy Torrance and Jennifer Bugos (University of South Florida)

Relationships between older adults’ personality traits and musical engagement

Video link: https://youtu.be/GZ5OoqeLkfc


An idea for a musical evening at The Florida Orchestra, 11 miles from campus in downtown Tampa: Click here. Otherwise, enjoy Tampa at your leisure.


Friday, February 3

USF School of Music Conference Center

3755 USF Holly Dr., Tampa, FL 33620

Phone: 813-974-2311

8:00am-8:30am

Welcome

Karen Bryan, Director, School of Music, University of South Florida


Circle Singing

Leader: Lisa Lehmberg (University of Massachussetts—Amherst)

 

8:30am-9:45am

Roundtable 4

 

Kasia Bugaj (Florida State University) and Selim Giray (University of Mississippi)

String ensemble setup innovation through historical perspective

Video link: https://youtu.be/dQRs_Sx3Dzk

 

Alan Gumm (Central Michigan University)

Measuring music conducting from multiple perspectives: Mixed-method validity analyses of a six-function theory and survey

Video link: https://youtu.be/C1if9KktXcg

 

Wendy Matthews (Wayne State University), Daniel Johnson (University of North Carolina—Wilmington), and Brett Nolker (University of North Carolina—Greensboro)

Teacher decision-making in choral and instrumental ensembles: Contextual influences on pedagogy

Video link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ne18ma52ttzavob/SMERS-video-Instructional-Decision-Making-Matthews-Johnson-Nolker.mp4?dl=0

 

9:45am-10:00am

Break


10:00am-11:15am

Lightning Talk 3

 

Alena Holmes (University of Wisconsin—Whitewater)

An examination of the relationships among home musical environment, music aptitude and early audiation achievement of pre-school and kindergarten students

 

Michael Palmer (Ball State University)

Intuition, the mysterious and insightful dimension of creative thought: An analysis of contemporary understanding of intuition in creative musical practices

 

Kat Reinhert (University of Miami)

Done is better than perfect: Encouraging the process of creativity

 

Rebecca Rinsema (Northern Arizona University)

An alternative to Peter Webster’s ‘Musical Creativity’? An ecological approach

 

11:15am-12:15pm

Lunch

USF Creative Performance Chamber Ensemble (Teacher: Clint Randles) [11:45-12:15]

 

12:15pm- 1:30pm

Roundtable 5

 

Morgan Burburan and Patrick Cooper (University of South Florida)

Top 40s and responsible music teaching

Video link: https://youtu.be/c4ZZx66DHf4

 

Colin Harte (Department of Education, New York City)

The Bodhrán in the Boogie Down Bronx: Ethnomusicological pedagogy in Mott Haven

Video link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8g7g1sXZd7TNVNWNWxTRThPQk0/view

 

Sangmi Kang (University of Florida)

The effect of motivation on students’ preferences for acoustic or iPad instruments: Comparing guitars and gayageums

Video link: https://youtu.be/yTGV4pnL8cU

 

1:30pm-2:45pm

Lightning Talk 4

 

Erica Desaulniers (Northwestern University)

Crossing the moat: Making musical connections with the community

 

Sara Jones (University of Massachusetts—Amherst)

The teaching artist as music educator

 

Sarah Morrison (Appleby College, Canada) and Charlene Pauls (The Oakville Children’s Choir, Canada)

Voices for change:  Exploring youth self-expression and inclusion in community singing

 

Corin Overland (University of Miami)

New modes and models of for-profit music education: Where do we fit in with the “School of Rock”?

 

2:45pm-3:00pm

Break

 

3:00pm-4:15pm

Roundtable 6


John Kratus (Michigan State University)

Reconsidering assessment in music education

Video link: https://vimeo.com/196904059


Danxu Ma (University of South Florida)

Music in global citizenship education: Learning music as a global citizen

Video link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B46I66Oz-HI2ZDVvbWF1TmxEZms/view

 

Andrew Paney and Selim Giray (University of Mississippi)

How can diversity and equity be increased in string programs in Mississippi?

Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVGNr6vcr9Y

 

Tiger Robison (University of Maryland)

A Hispanic male elementary general music teacher in an urban school: A critical case study

Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvPgVbSGqbk

 

4:15pm-5:30pm

Lightning Talk 5


Christian Bernhard (State University of New York—Fredonia)

Contemplative practices in music teacher education

 

Sangmi Kang (University of Florida) and Hyesoo Yoo (Virginia Tech)

Music teachers’ work engagement and psychological needs as predictors of their well-being

 

Karen Koner (California State University—Stanislaus) and Wendy Matthews (Wayne State University)

Work environment and job satisfaction of currently employed K-12 music teachers in the United States

 

Natalie Royston (Iowa State University) and Jill Wilson (Luther College)

Beliefs of undergraduate music teacher education students on professional teacher dispositions

 

Kristina Weimer (Pennsylvania State University)

Mentor mentee relationships in Connecticut’s teacher education and mentoring program: Preliminary findings

 

5:45pm-7:15pm

Dinner

Songs by 5th Grade Students, The Young Songwriters Project, School District of Hillsborough County [5:45-6:15]

Conversation with the 5th Graders [6:45-7:15]


7:30pm-9:00pm

Concert (iPad Ensemble)

USF School of Music Concert Hall

[Tickets included in Symposium registration]

 

Saturday, February 4

USF School of Music Conference Center

3755 USF Holly Dr., Tampa, FL 33620

Phone: 813-974-2311

8:00am-8:30am

Ukulele Fiesta

Leader: Jill Reese (State University of New York—Fredonia)

 

8:30am-10:30am

Futures Planning Session for Tangible Products


If you are staying in the area on Saturday and interested in some violin and orchestral music, you might look into the Gala Concert featuring Itzhak Perlman in St. Petersburg (33 miles from campus). Click here for details.