The schedule of presentations is now available for the 2014 NAfME Music Research & Teacher Education National Conference, April 10-12, St. Louis, Missouri. Visit the NAfME site for full details, including schedule, registration, and hotel information.
Register now for the 2014 NAfME Music Research & Teacher Education National Conference, April 10-12, St. Louis, Missouri. Preconference meetings for Society and Editorial Committees will convene on April 9 prior to the opening of the conference on April 10. Visit the NAfME site for information on registration, lodging, and schedule.
The 2013 Symposium on Music Teacher Education has come to a close after three outstanding days of sharing research and best practices. Please visit the 2013 Symposium page to view the abstracts of presentation sessions. Additionally, the work of the Areas of Strategic Planning and Action (ASPAs) is featured in the September 2013 ASPA Actions Mind Map. Visit the ASPAs main page to view the mind map and the work of the ASPAs. Thank you to all attendees for a great event in 2013, and please continue to watch this website for information about upcoming events including the 2014 NAfME Music Research & Teacher Education National Conference.
The 2013 Symposium on Music Teacher Education “Navigating Crossroads” is now in session at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. Attendees should visit the Symposium page for all details, including schedule, transportation, and accommodations information.
During the conference, please make note of these short links for use on your mobile device:
smte.us/2013 – Symposium main page
smte.us/2013d – Direct link to the detailed schedule
For assistance during the Symposium, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell Departments of Music and Computer Science, in conjunction with the New York University Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions, are pleased to announce that they are now accepting applications for the fourth two-day NSF-sponsored Performamatics workshop on Thursday and Friday, January 16-17, 2014, at the UMass Lowell in Lowell, Massachusetts. The purpose of these workshops is to share the techniques and materials used in teaching an interdisciplinary course on computational thinking through computing and music. Thanks to support from the National Science Foundation, there is no charge to participants to attend the workshop. In addition, project funds cover two nights’ lodging and meals on both days of the workshop. Limited funds are also available to help support participant travel to and from the workshop.
For more information, please go to: http://www.performamatics.org/