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The University of Georgia, Hugh Hodgson School of Music

Call for Papers & Posters
Meeting Title: 
Instrumental Music Education: Towards the Future (IMTE)
Location:
Mohican Lodge & Conference Center in Perrysville, OH
Date(s) of Meeting:
May 18-20, 2017
Description:
Seventh Biennial Colloquium for Instrumental Music Teacher Educators (IMTE)
Types of Submissions Sought:
Interactive presentations, PechaKucha talks, posters
Topics Sought:
View the complete "call" at http://imte.webhop.org

* Meaningful assessment that facilitates student learning (K-12 and collegiate levels)
* Music advocacy that values music as a unique form of knowing
* Applications of informal learning to instrumental music education
* Incorporating creative music learning outcomes into instrumental music education
* Access and social justice issues relevant to instrumental music (teacher) education
* Curricular structures (courses, experiences, curricula) for pre- and in-service (instrumental) music teacher education
* Curricular structures (courses, experiences, curricula) for K-12 instrumental music education
* Strategies for activating change and evolving instrumental music education practice
* Work/life balance and the health of music teacher educators and instrumental music educators
Submission Information:
To submit a proposal, send an email to Dr. Robert Gardner [rdg13@psu.edu], attaching an abstract of not more than 500 words that describes your proposed session. State in the body of the email whether the submission is to be considered for a poster, a PechaKucha talk, an interactive presentation, or any particular combination of those (e.g., a poster and an interactive presentation).
Deadline for Submissions:
Deadline for submissions is November 18, 2016. The Steering Committee will make notifications regarding accepted proposals by February 1, 2017.
Meeting URL:
http://imte.webhop.org
Contact Information:
Bill Bauer - wbauer@ufl.edu
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