The list of accommodation options for the 2013 Symposium on Music Teacher Education: Navigating Crossroads has now been posted. Please visit the 2013 Symposium Page for details. Registration and overview schedule information are also available at this time. Please continue to check the symposium page for all updates and information.
Registration is now open for the 2013 Symposium on Music Teacher Education: Navigating Crossroads. Please visit the 2013 Symposium Page for details, including the registration form. Note that the early bird registration with the lowest fee has a deadline of August 1st. All proposal authors should have received notification of reviewer decisions and program selection, and all authors of accepted proposals should notify David Rickels, SMTE Communications Chairperson, to confirm your attendance. Schedule updates will be posted to the symposium page in the coming weeks. We look forward to seeing you in Greensboro!
The Music Educators Journal seeks nominations for nine (9) new members of the Editorial Committee and five (5) new members of the Advisory Committee. Duties begin July 1, 2014. Members of the Editorial and Advisory Committees serve for four years. The MEJ additionally seeks nominations for the new position of Associate Editor.
Please refer to the attached document for full details:
2014-16 MEJ ECAC Call for Nominations
October 15, 2013
2014 NAfME Music Research & Teacher Education National Conference
April 10-12, 2014
St. Louis, Missouri
The purpose of the Music Research & Teacher Education Conference is to provide a forum for music education researchers (SRME or SRME-SRIGS), music teacher educators (SMTE) , music program leaders/music administrators/curriculum specialists (CMPL), and all interested NAfME members to consider current research and pedagogical innovations that will shape the future of the profession.
Submission Deadline: October 15, 2013
Music education professionals who are members of NAfME are invited to submit educational session proposals for the 2014 Music Research & Teacher Education National Conference to be held in St. Louis, Missouri, April 10-12, 2014. Proposals must be received by Tuesday, October 15, 2013, by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time; extensions will not be granted. As part of the online submission process, applicants will designate one NAfME society or council (or appropriate subdivision thereof)–Society for Research in Music Education (SRME), Society for Music Teacher Education (SMTE), or Council of Music Program Leaders (CMPL)–for adjudication. Multiple submissions of the same proposal will not be permitted. Final decisions will be made by an advisory panel of the society/council designated by the applicant.
July 22, 2013
2014 American Educational Research Association
Annual Conference: “The Power of Education Research for Innovation in Policy and Practice”
April 3–April 7, 2014
Music Education Special Interest Group
The Music Education Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association invites researchers to submit research proposals on any aspect of music teaching and learning in any educational context. Research utilizing any paradigm will be considered.
The submission system will open June 3, 2013. Proposals are due July 22, 2013. No late proposals will be accepted. Abstracts should be no more than 120 words and individual paper submissions should be no more than 2000 words excluding references, tables, charts, graphs, and figures. Further guidelines for submission are published in the May issue of the Educational Researcher and are posted on the AERA Web Site and can be found at:
Failure to follow proposal guidelines may result in removal of submissions from consideration. Please remember that submitted papers should not have been presented elsewhere and should not be published prior to presentation. All Music Education SIG Annual Meeting participants must be members of AERA and the Music Education SIG. Memberships expire on December 31 of each year. Join early to obtain the maximum benefit of AERA membership. Graduate students who have papers selected for presentation within the Music Education SIG are eligible to apply for a small travel stipend (usually $200.00 USD). For any questions regarding membership or session proposals, contact: Ronald Kos, AERA Music Education SIG Program Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org