June 2013 MEJ Online for NAfME Members

The June 2013 Music Educators Journal (MEJ) is available for access by NAfME members.

Highlights include:

  • Toward Convergence:  Adapting Music Education to Contemporary Society and Participatory Culture by Evan S. Tobias
  • Another Perspective:  Response to “Toward Convergence” by Thomas A. Regelski
  •  The Future of Music Education:  Continuing the Dialogue about Curricular Reform by Peter Miksza
  • Building Evidence for Music Education Advocacy by Kevin Shorner-Johnson
  • Nonverbal Communication:  Implications for the Global Music Classroom by Sharyn L. Battersby and Jami Bolton
  • South Indian Solkattu in Western Music Pedagogy:  Creating New Rhythmic Perspectives  by Brandon Keith Wood
  • Programming in the Zone:  Repertoire Selection for the Large Ensemble  by Michael Hopkins

The issue also includes a Professional Notes column by Patty Oeste, “Something More—Reflections on the Power of Music.”

Questions?  Contact MEJ editor Ella Wilcox at ellaw@nafme.org.

 The National Association for Music Education (NAfME), 1806 Robert Fulton Drive, Reston, VA 22091, USA (www.nafme.org) publishes six journals for members. Music Educators Journal (MEJ) will celebrate its centennial during the 2013–2014 volume year.