Research

The Michigan Music Education Associa­tion (MMEA) is an organization through which music educators at all levels and in all fields develop professionally and com­municate with each other. The association works closely with other agencies and or­ganizations involved in education. MMEA members engage in music teaching or re­lated activities at all institutional levels from pre-school through higher educa­tion. Collegiate chapters are located on most college and university campuses.

 

Through its professional conferences, publications, and cooperative work with other organizations, MMEA provides leadership, advocacy, inspiration, and guidance in the area of research for PK-16 music edu­cators in Michigan.

MMEA 8th-Annual Research Symposium

   
MMEA is pleased to announce the 8th-Annual Research Symposium, to held on Thursday, January 25, 2018 as a pre-conference event in conjunction with the Michigan Music Conference.  This year’s event will be from 11 AM – 2 PM at the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel (room TBA).

This symposium is designed as a forum for the dissemination and discussion of new scholarship relating to music teaching and learning. Individuals are invited to submit proposals for presentation in which they may share new, unpublished research in music education.

Submissions are invited for paper presentation (Thursday, January 25), poster presentation (Friday, January 26), or BOTH.  Works in progress (original research or literature reviews) will be eligible “for discussion only” during the symposium open roundtable session. Literature reviews also may be presented at the poster session


The submission deadline for the 2018 Michigan Music Conference research activities is Friday, November 10th.  Please see the official Call for Papers 2017-2018 for further details.

Posters will be displayed on Friday and feature the work of professors, graduate students, and in-service teachers.  SCECH credits are available for both participants and observers.

COST: $20 for active members / $5 for students

 

All presenters must be members of NAfME/MMEA or one of the MMC sponsoring organizations, and must register for the entire conference, indicating attendance at the Pre-conference Symposium on the registration form.  Information about registration can be found at www.michiganmusicconference.org.

All participants are expected to attend all Symposium sessions.

Please direct inquiries about the Symposium to Shannan Hibbard, Research Committee Chair, at hibbards@umich.edu 

Journal Links

Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education (abstracts only) http://bcrme.press.illinois.edu/

Contributions to Music Education (abstracts only) http://cme.webhop.org/

eJournal of Studies in Music Education http://www.merc.canterbury.ac.nz/sound_ideas.shtml

General Music Today http://musiced.nafme.org/resources/periodicals

International Journal of Education and the Arts http://www.ijea.org/

Journal for Learning through the Arts http://www.clta.uci.edu/research/JLtA

Journal of Artistic and Creative Education http://jaceonline.com.au/

Journal of Music Teacher Education http://musiced.nafme.org/resources/periodicals

Journal of Research in Music Education (abstracts only w/o subscription)
http://musiced.nafme.org/resources/periodicals

Music Education Research International http://cmer.arts.usf.edu/content/templates/?a=900&z=135

Music Teachers National Association e-journal http://www.mtna.org/publications/

Nordic Research in Music Education Yearbook http://nnmpf.org/english/journal/

Research and Issues in Music Education
http://www.stthomas.edu/rimeonline/vol9/index.htm

Reviews of Research in Human Learning and Music http://www.rrhlm.org/index.php/RRHLM

Update: Applications of Research in Music Education http://musiced.nafme.org/resources/periodicals

Using Research and Reason in Education (PDF Book – Good Introduction to Education Research)http://lincs.ed.gov/publications/pdf/Stanovich_Color.pdf

Visions of Research in Music Educationhttp://www-usr.rider.edu/~vrme/

 

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