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Technological Directions in Music Education

San Antonio, 26-28 January 1995


Conference sponsored by
The Institute for Music Research
The University of Texas at San Antonio

The Institute for Music Research at the University of Texas at
San Antonio is hosting the Second Technological Directions in Music
Education Conference in San Antonio, TX, January 26-28, 1995.  The
purpose of the conference is to share information concerning current
applications of technology in music education.  The conference should
be of interest to music educators involved in K-12, private studio, or
college teaching as well as students preparing for the music education
profession.

Following is the program for the conference

FOCUS I:  MUSIC TEACHER TRAINING

High Tech, Low Budget
     Marc R. Dickey, California State University, Fullerton

Teacher Knowledge, Cognitive Flexibility and Hypertext:  Case-Based
Learning And Teacher Education
     Patricia Cunningham, Eastern Illinois University

FOCUS II:  CURRICULA IN MUSIC TECHNOLOGY

A Curriculum For The Study Of Audio, Video, Computer, And Electronic
Music Technology For Undergraduate Music Education Majors Based On A
Survey Among Members Of The Florida Music Educators Association.
     Curtis B. Tredway, University of Texas at El Paso

An Introductory Course In Music Technology For High School And College Level
     Bradley J. Dawson, Fort Hays State University

Computer Literacy for Music Educators
     C. Floyd Richmond, West Chester University

Funding and Teaching New Technologies: A Student-Centered Approach
     Richard F. Rose, Miami-Dade Community College

FOCUS III:  NETWORKS AND DISTANCE LEARNING

Musical Resources on the Internet
     Robert Wiley, Center for Research in Computing and the Arts,
University of California, San Diego

The Use of MUSIC in Applied Music Teaching
     Jean Martin, University of Georgia

Impact NC:  Impact on Education:  Impact on Life
     Bill McCloud  and Elizabeth Rose, Appalachian State University

FOCUS IV:  AURAL SKILLS

A Model for the Effective Use of Computer-based Instruction for Ear Training
     George J. Hess, Jr., School of Music Alabama State University

An Integrated Computer Curriculum for Music Ear Training
     Paul Dworak, University of North Texas College of Music

CASPAR: Aural Skills Software for the Refinement of Dictation Strategies
     Carlos Maldonado and Brett Terry, University of Illinois at
     Urbana-Champaign

The Usefulness of a Curriculum-based Tutorial and Testing Program in the
Acquisition of Theory Skills at the College Level
     John B. Post, University of Northern Colorado

FOCUS V:  GRAPHIC ANALYSIS

CD and Software Links to Develop Understanding Ears
     Ann L. Silverberg, Austin Peay State University

The Anatomy of Four Late Mozart Piano Concertos
     David Sonnenschein, Northeastern University

FOCUS VII:  THE NATIONAL STANDARDS AND TECHNOLOGY

Technology in Music Education: Brick by Brick
     Barton Polot, The University of Michigan

Implications of Technology on the Implementation of the National
Standards in Music
     Stephen P. Barnicle, Simsbury High School, Simsbury, CT

The Carver Center Music PRIME
     Ray Killian, Towson, MD; Patricia Cunningham, Eastern Illinois
     University

FOCUS VI:  KEYBOARD

Technology in the Piano Lab
     Pam Noble, The University of Texas at San Antonio

Using Keyboard Ensembles to Enrich and Develop the Performance of the
Young Instrumentalist
     Dawn C. Miller, University of Oklahoma; Diane Boyd, Eastern
     Illinois University

Using Current Technology to Teach Keyboard Ensemble Literature
     Pauline Riddle, William Jewell College

Scale Patterns: A Multimedia Computer-Based Approach to Teaching Keyboard
Scale Fingerings
     Carlos Maldonado and Brett Terry, University of Illinois at
     Urbana-Champaign

FOCUS VIII: VOCAL MUSIC

The College of Eastern Utah Synth Vocal Jazz Ensemble
     Scott D. Stanton, College of Eastern Utah

Using Music Technology in the Real World
     Scott D. Stanton, College of Eastern Utah

Teaching Vocal Anatomy and Function via Hypercard Technology
     Don P. Ester, Ball State University

FOCUS VIII:  GENERAL MUSIC

Using Keyboards in the K through 12 Music Curriculum: Two Solid Approaches
     Dennis Stanfill, META Music Education Technology , Ft. Worth, TX

Using HyperCard to Teach Music Fundamentals
     Regina T. Parrish, University of Alabama

Practice Games for Selected Musical Concepts in a Level Six Kodaly
Curriculum Created in Hypercard Stacks
     Colleen Pinar, Fort Hays State University

Everyone Can Participate: Adapting Music Experiences for Students with
Special Needs
     Faith L. Johnson, Milwaukee Public Schools; Laurie A. Farnan,
     Central Wisconsin Center for the Developmentally Disabled

!Vamos a Jugar! Bilingual Cultural Education with the Aid of
Computer-Controlled Synthesizers
     Arthur Gottschalk,  Rice University

Music for a Lifetime: A Multimedia Text for Music Appreciation
     Patrick Setzer and Alfred Blatter, Drexel University; Christopher
     Freitag, Brown & Benchmark Publishers

FOCUS IX:  INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC

A Computer-Based Approach to Teaching and Learning Complex Rhythms
     Bruce Dalby, University of New Mexico

A Multimedia Practice Program for Band Instruments
     Amy Tseng, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Anatomy of a Collaborative
     James Gholson, University of Memphis

FOCUS X:  TECHNOLOGY AND MUSIC RESEARCH

Measurement Technology for the Elemental Resource Model
     George V. Kondraske, Human Performance Institute, University of
     Texas at Arlington; Kris S. Chesky, University of North Texas and Human
     Performance Institute, University of Texas at Arlington

Utilizing Quantitative EEG Techniques to Evaluate Processes Elicited by Music
     Daniel C. Miller and John Flohr, Brain Behavior Laboratory, Texas
     Women's University

Using Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Techniques for Tracking Frequencies
of Musical Performances
     Rebekah A. Brown, Indiana University

Taxonomic Studies of Tonal Cognition and Microcomputer Technology
     John M. Holahan , Yale University; Clark Sanders, The Hartt School

The Music Vibration Table
     Kris S. Chesky, University of North Texas

The Personal Computer as Research Tool and Music Educator
     Scott D. Lipscomb, Los Angeles, CA

FOCUS XI:  STRING EDUCATION

Rhythm--It's Easy
     Gerry Long, Longs of Newport Inc, Newport Beach, CA

Computer Generated Music in the Middle School Orchestra
     Murilou Chilman, McKemy Middle School, Tempe, AZ

The Effect of Electromyographic Feedback on Achievement in Bowing Technique
     William K. Koehler, Illinois State University

FOCUS XII:  DEVELOPING APPLICATIONS

How to Use MIDI with Digital Music Technology
     Mark Dal Porto, Texas Woman's University

Developing Multimedia Applications in Director 4.0--An Appealing
Alternative to Hypercard
     David Sebald, The University of Texas at San Antonio
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