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The Media Journal in Music Education is about bringing quality research, scholarship, and good ideas to music teachers. If you care about your work making a difference in the lives of real world students and teachers, consider sharing it here.
Find inspiration here by exploring the video gallery. As you view the existing videos, consider how some of your work might be translated into this kind of format, and visit the “Media Submissions” tab to learn how to submit your work for publication in MJME.
Reference Example (in APA format):
Fung, C.V. (2017). Multiculturalism in music education practice. Media Journal in Music Education, Volume 1. www.mjme.net
- IntroductionClint Randles
- Why it is Important to Have a Media JournalEstelle Jorgensen
- Identity Realiation, Learning Realization and the Snowball SelfGareth Dylan Smith
- Informal Learning from a Band Director's PerspectiveShane Colquhoun
- Popular Music
and the Expanding CurriculumAnn Clements
- Assessment in a Revised Standards EnvironmentGlenn Nierman
- Music Making in the
21st Century Music ClassroomBrad Fuller
- Assessment in Music EducationLinda Thornton
- Researching Musical Creativities in PracticePamela Burnard
- Choral Warm-UpsAnthony Leach
- Creative Process with Media
- Creativity Through Composition and TechnologyBrian Moore
- One is the Loneliest Number: Forms of MusicianshipDavid A. Williams
- Building Your Ensemble's Mojo
The Psychology of MotivationErin Wehr
- "Summer"Peter Gouzouasis
- Decentralizing the Power of the PodiumLaura Sindberg
- Reconsidering Assessment in Music EducationJohn Kratus
- Young Songwriters
- A Life in Music and WordsBennett Reimer
- My Life in Music EducationEdwin E. Gordon
- Music Participation and QoL
of Senior CitizensLisa Lehmberg
- Transformative Adaptation
in Music Teacher EducationJoseph Shively
- String Ensemble SetupKasia Bugaj
- University Consortium for Music Education PolicyKatie Carlisle
- The Human Factor: Interpretation of MusicBeth Bolton, et al.
- Mississipi String StudyAndy Paney
- Community Bands in
- Community Engagement
Basic PrinciplesKeitha Hamann
- Measuring Music Conducting from Multiple PerspectivesAlan Gumm
- Participatory Music Making in the QoL of Senior CitizenssLisa Lehmberg
- Jazz PedagogyJason Chen
- Music Teacher as Music ProducerClint Randles
The Media Journal in Music Education was founded in 2017 by the Center for Music Education Research at the University of South Florida. It aligned with the goal of expanding knowledge in the field of music education. It sought to disseminate such knowledge in an innovative and accessible way. There were research journals, practitioner journals, and journals that tried to bring research and practice together, but there was not a journal that was entirely media based, one focused on shedding light on what was dark (research jargon and words that active music teachers do not use in their daily teaching practice).
The Media Journal in Music Education is a different kind of journal. It is one for the practicing music teacher who would like to expand the way that they think and teach. It is for teachers who would like to be better in all of the ways that one can be better. It inherits the academic rigor of its traditional research journal predecessor, Music Education Research International. We publish five to seven-minute videos on subjects that matter to music teachers, and all videos are peer-reviewed by an international panel of experts. Research COULD be relevant to teachers if we present it in a way that could be digested within minutes. That is our goal.
We are interested in good ideas. We are interested in answering the “so what?” questions regarding music education research and practice for music teachers. Partner with us to spread the word.
We are looking for media submissions of 5-7 minutes that address the following:
Research studies explained so that music teachers can understand them.
Conceptual / philosophical work connected to teaching practice.
Practice taking both adaptive (doing things better) and / or innovative (doing things different) approaches to music making and / or music teaching.
E-mail a Dropbox link to your video and a high-resolution picture of yourself to Clint Randles at firstname.lastname@example.org. Consider the size of your file when rendering your video. We need high quality, with the ability to be sent relatively easily via the internet.
If you have an idea but are not sure about how to translate that idea into a media submission, please contact us at email@example.com, and we will help you realize your vision for your work. MJME is a fully peer-reviewed journal.
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Hong Kong Institute of Education
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Lauren Kapalka Richerme
IU - Bloomington
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Gareth Dylan Smith
Institute of Contemporary Music Performance
University of Florida
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David A. Williams
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