« We invite proposals that address topics related to teaching music history (broadly defined) and the issues its practitioners face, in such contexts as secondary education, college/university, and community/public humanities. Although the program committee is open to any relevant topic, we especially welcome proposals that address the following:
- Teaching and learning in the age of distraction and related issues (e.g., challenges and opportunities of digital technology, student motivation and engagement);
- Innovative pedagogical approaches and new formats beyond the traditional classroom;
- Teaching and learning in “the new normal” (e.g., after the pandemic and with ongoing protests and strikes);
- Diversity and inclusion in course design (e.g., choice of teaching materials/topics, inclusive learning activities, gender and race, disability, supporting neurodiverse students);
- How to stimulate creativity in students;
- Curricular matters such as drawing connections between courses (e.g., core and elective); curricular design that crosses boundaries between music history and other disciplines within and beyond music studies (e.g., ethnomusicology, sound studies, music theory, film/theater/dance/media, other humanistic fields); strategies for promoting curricular changes in collaboration with colleagues and administration;
- Teaching music history beyond the college/university context, such as community-based learning and projects, or public humanities;
- Applications of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) to music history pedagogy;
- Perspectives on teaching and learning from outside the United States. »
Date limite de soumission : 15 février 2023.
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