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2018 Music Research and Teacher Education National Conference

This biennial event provides a forum for music education researchers, music teacher educators, program leaders, music administrators, curriculum specialists, P-12 teachers, and graduate students in music education to encounter new, original, and high-quality research and pedagogical innovations that advance music education, thus shaping the future of the discipline and profession. NAfME members attend the biennial Conference at a preferred rate.

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FEATURES AND NEWS

Happy Thanksgiving, Newbies!

Happy Thanksgiving, Newbies! By NAfME Member Paul K. Fox This article first appeared on Paul Fox’s blog here. “I would teach children music, physics, and philosophy; but most importantly music, for the patterns in music and all the arts are the keys to learning.” — Plato Things for Which Prospective Music Teachers and Students Majoring in Music Education Should Be Thankful . . . and on Which to Reflect Over This Holiday Season! Music educators and those training for this honorable career have many reasons to feel blessed. This Thanksgiving 2016…

Welcome to Amplify, NAfME Members!

Introducing Amplify – the Largest Community of Music Educators in the Country!   The National Association for Music Education (NAfME) is delighted to announce that earlier today, we officially launched Amplify, our newest online platform – and the largest community of music educators across the country! NAfME Members have automatically been enrolled into this free, member-exclusive service. Amplify allows you to connect and converse with over 60,000 other music educators, leaders, and advocates. The platform also gives access to countless resources and community forums; perfect for young educators seeking information…

Daisy Jopling: A ‘brava!’ Interview with ‘Teaching Music’

Daisy Jopling: A ‘brava!’ Interview with ‘Teaching Music’ This article originally appeared in the October 2017 Teaching Music. NAfME members received a free subscription with their membership. Classical/rock violinist Daisy Jopling, who was born in London and currently lives in New York, has played as a solo artist at London’s Royal Albert Hall (at the tender age of 14!), toured the world with the Daisy Jopling Band and the creative string trio Triology, recorded eight CDs, and composed music that has been performed in major concert venues throughout the world. A documentary film…