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

Suncoast Music Education Research Symposium XIV (2023), Updated February 7, 2023

Wednesday, February 8—USF Embassy Suites Hotel

7:00-8:30

Conference Meet and Greet

USF Embassy Lobby Waterfall Area

 

Thursday, February 9—USF School of Music Conference Center

8:00-8:15

Clint Randles

Greetings

Chris Garvin

University of South Florida, USA

 

Kenrick Wagner

Music-Making

8:15-8:30

John Kratus

Can Pre-Service Music Educators Identify as Vernacular Musicians?

Michigan State University, USA

8:30-8:45

Jonathan Kladder

Engaging Community Partners in Popular Music Learning: Connecting undergraduate experiences with hip hop music learning outside the institution

University of North Carolina (Wilmington), USA

8:45-9:00

Aaron Rivkin

Music Educators in Activist Street Bands

University of Michigan, USA

9:00-9:15

Clint Randles

Provocation

University of South Florida, USA

9:15-9:45

Clint Randles

Discussion

University of South Florida, USA

9:45-10:00

Short Break

 

10:00-10:15

Dan Walzer

Music Technology Academy: Building Creativity and STEAM Self-Efficacy through Informal Learning

Indiana/Purdue (Indianapolis), USA

10:15-10:30

Caitlin Sandiford

DAW Democracy, Music Education & Identity: The Impact of Learning & Creating Music with Ableton on Student Musical Identity

University of Sydney, Australia

10:30-10:45

Gareth Dylan Smith

The Courage to Teach Free Improvisation

Boston University, USA

10:45-11:00

James Humberstone and Brad Fuller

Maybe I'll Stick to My Steinway: Music Teachers Blog About Digital Technologies in Music Education

University of Sydney, Australia

11:00-11:15

Donna Gallo

Provocation

University of Illinois, USA

11:15-12:00

Donna Gallo

Discussion

University of Illinois, USA

12:00-1:00

Long Break

 Lunch

1:00-1:10

Chris Cayari

Music-Making

 

Short Form Research Presentations

Short Form Research Presentations

1:10-1:16

Alfonzo Kimbrough

Halftime is Gametime: Marching band members’ preferences for musical selections 

University of South Florida, US

1:16-1:22

Asher Carlson

A Musical-Emotional Approach to Private Lessons Instruction

University of South Florida, US

1:22-1:28

Julia Weinstein and Julie Song

Applications of Self-Determination Theory in Music Education: A Meta Analysis

University of Florida, USA

1:28-1:34

Tyler Kapinos

Students with Dyslexia in the Public Schools: The Cognitive Advantages and Disadvantages of Participating in Music

University of North Florida, USA

1:34-1:40

1:40-1:46

Edward White and Julia Weinstein

The Culture of a Developing MIDI Group: Implication for Music Education

University of Florida, USA

1:46-1:52

Abby South and Sarah Bartolome

Implementation of Trauma-Informed Practices at an Afterschool Music Program for Children: A Case Study of Teachers

Louisiana State University and Northwestern University, USA

1:52-1:58

Julie Cohen

Integrating General and Jewish Music in Elementary Jewish Day School Music Curricula

Temple University

1:58-2:04

Marissa Guarriello

The Value of Uncertainty in Music Education

 

Indiana University

 

2:04-2:15

Sidsel Karlsen

Provocation

Norwegian Academy of Music, Norway

2:15-3:00

Sidsel Karlsen

Discussion

Norwegian Academy of Music, Norway

3:00-3:15

Short Break

 

3:15-3:30

David Williams and Marci Major

Top Tips for Curriculum Reform

University of South Florida & Westchester University, USA

3:30-3:45

Bernie Andrews

Behind the scenes: Teachers’ perceptions of composers composing new music for young musicians

University of Ottawa, Canada

3:45-4:00

Ed McClellan

Identity Formation in the University Music Department Community

Loyola University, USA

4:00-4:15

John Kratus

Provocation

Independent Scholar

4:15-4:45

John Kratus

Discussion

 

Independent Scholar

 

 

 

Friday, February 10—USF School of Music Conference Center

8:00-8:15

Clint Randles

Greetings

David Williams

University of South Florida, USA

 

Alyssa Jones

Music-Making

8:15-8:30

Sidsel Karlsen

Intersections of identity, music and higher music education: What promises does posthuman feminism hold for exploring the experiences of LGBTQ-identifying students?

Norwegian Academy of Music, Norway

8:30-8:45

Lily Chen-Hafteck

Culturally Responsive Pedagogical Content Knowing of Music: A Model for Social Justice Music Teacher Education

UCLA, USA

8:45-9:15

Chris Cayari

Pictures at a Gender[*] Exhibition: Musical Theater Vignettes about Gender[Non-Conformity]

Purdue University

9:15-9:30

Donna Gallo

Provocation

University of Illinois, USA

9:30-9:45

Donna Gallo

Discussion

University of Illinois, USA

9:45-10:00

Short Break

 

10:00-10:15

Donna Gallo and Pete Shungu

Situating Preservice Music Teachers in Partnerships with Multilingual Learners and Students with Disabilities

University of Illinois, USA

10:15-10:30

Leon DeBruin

The identity work of ‘becoming ‘music teachers: a qualitative study

University of Melbourne, Australia

10:30-10:45

Jill Wilson

Considering Diversity of Clinical Placements in Rural Colleges and Universities

Luther College, USA

10:45-11:00

Josef Hanson

Looking Back on the Decision to Become a Music Educator: A Replication Study

University of Memphis, USA

11:00-11:15

Clint Randles

Provocation

University of South Florida, USA

11:15-11:30

Clint Randles

Discussion

University of South Florida, USA

11:30-1:00

Long Break

Lunch

1:00-1:10

The Sparkles and Sangmi Kang

Music-Making

 

Short Form Research Presentations

Short Form Research Presentations

1:10-1:16

1:16-1:22

Jazmin Ghent

The Effects of Jazz Music Curriculum on Children’s Executive Functions

University of South Florida, USA

1:22-1:28

Troy Thomas

The Experiences of a Female High School Band Director: A Case Study

University of Florida, USA

1:28-1:34

Yurui Hu

A qualitative study of novice elementary and middle school music teachers to enhance their professional well-being: Based on Achievement goal Orientation Theory

Zhejiang Conservatory of Music, China

1:34-1:40

Yangquin Hu

Challenges and coping strategies of international music students during the Covid-19 outbreak

University of South Florida, USA

1:40-1:46

Jamie Burg

Assessment Practices of Beginning Band Directors  

University of Florida, USA

1:46-1:52

Jonathan Parr

Experiencing Grief: A Review of Literature on Using Music to Process Emotions

University of North Florida, USA

1:52-1:58

Charles Patterson

The Transition from Pre-Service To In-Service: Investigating Job Satisfaction And Mental Health Of Beginning Music Teachers

University of South Florida, USA

1:58-2:04

Reagan Paras

The Loss of Kapwa: A Review of Literature on Philippine Identity, History, and Humanity

 

University of Massachusetts, USA

 

2:00-2:15

John Kratus

Provocation

Independent Scholar

2:15-3:00

John Kratus

Discussion

Independent Scholar

3:00-3:15

Short Break

 

3:15-3:30

Carlos Gomez

The role of gender stereotypes during the creative processes in an urban popular music workshop

University of Madrid, Spain

3:30-3:45

Danni Gilbert

 “Why on Earth Did They Hire a Woman for This Job?” Faculty Opportunities for Advancement in Higher Education Music Settings: A Mixed Methods Study 

University of Nebraska, USA

3:45-4:00

Johanna Gamboa-Kroesen

These Are My People: Music Teacher Instructional Practice and School Connectedness

UCLA, USA

4:00-4:15

Sidsel Karlsen

Provocation

Norwegian Academy of Music, Norway

4:15-4:45

Sidsel Karlsen

Discussion

 

Norwegian Academy of Music, Norway

 

6:00-8:00

Dinner

Forrest Hartman and Students

Musical Performance

 

Conference Center

 

 

 

Saturday, February 11—USF School of Music Conference Center

8:00-8:15

Clint Randles

Greetings

Jennifer Bugos

 

University of South Florida, USA

 

Creative Performance Chamber Ensemble

Music-Making

8:15-8:35

Alexandra Lamont

Musical instruments and the changing nature of musical identities

Keele University, UK

8:35-8:55

Laura Benjamins

Musical Behaviours, Dispositions, and Tendencies within Church Music-Making Settings

University of Western Ontario, Canada

8:55-9:15

Dawn Mitchell-White

Learner-Centered Music Education:  A path forward for twice-exceptional students

University of South Florida, USA

9:15-9:45

Clint Randles

Provocation

University of South Florida, USA

9:15-9:45

Clint Randles

Discussion

University of South Florida, USA

9:45-10:00

Short Break

 

10:00-10:15

Chad Zullinger

Hybrid-musicianship: Multi-musical Identities and Perspectives in/through Undergraduate Music Education Programs

California State (East Bay), USA

10:15-10:30

Andrea Calihanna

Ski-hill Graph Pedagogy of the Meter in the Music Studio

Cherrybrook Music Studio, Sydney, Australia

10:30-10:45

Sangmi Kang

Reconciling Dichotomic Mindsets: U.S. Undergraduate Music Education Majors’ Intercultural Sensitivity in an International Choral Festival

University of Rochester, USA

10:45-11:00

Donna Gallo

Provocation

University of Illinois, USA

11:00-11:15

Donna Gallo

Discussion

University of Illinois, USA

11:15-1:00

Long Break

 

1:00-1:10

Sangmi Kang

Music-Making

 

Short Form Research Presentations

Short Form Research Presentations

1:10-1:16

Garrett Graves

How Pre-college Ensemble Directors Influence Early-Career Teacher Identity

University of Colorado, USA

1:16-1:22

Emily Langerholc

Involuntary Musical Imagery episodes as experienced by parents of young children: a descriptive analysis

University of South Florida, USA

1:22-1:28

Rowoon Lee

Academic adaptation of music education majors with multicultural identity

University of Florida, USA

1:28-1:34

Yizhi Xi

Research on Conceptions of Music Textbooks in Primary and Middle Schools in China in nearly 100 Years

Nanjing Normal University, China

1:34-1:40

Anna Horldt

Gender Disparities: Measuring Students’ Perceptions of Different Gendered Directors

University of South Florida, USA

1:40-1:46

Julie Song

Music Teachers’ Philosophical Beliefs and Their Use of Those Beliefs: A Pilot Study

University of North Florida, USA

1:46-1:52

Tiao Xie

University of South Florida, USA

The Impact of Modern Band Experiences on Preservice Music Teachers’ Creative Identities

1:52-1:58

Charles Oldenkamp

The Corridor Jazz Project (2007-2022): Origins and Perspectives

University of Colorado, USA

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

Nicholas Matherne

A Qualitative Meta-synthesis of the Research on Motivation to Participate in Music Across the Lifespan

University of Melbourne, Australia

3:30-3:45

Tim Groulx

Historical Trends in Concert Band Literature

University of North Florida, USA

3:45-4:00

Christian Bernhard

Space and Grace: Using Positive Psychology in Music Education

SUNY Fredonia, USA

4:00-4:15

John Kratus

Provocation

Independent Scholar

4:15-4:45

John Kratus

Discussion

 

Independent Scholar