IMTE 2013 Program


Instrumental Music Teacher Educators (IMTE)

Fifth Biennial Colloquium

May 16-19, 2013

Deer Creek Resort ~ Mt. Sterling, Ohio


Program

All sessions will take place in the Scarlet Oak Room unless otherwise noted

All meals will be held in the Mezzanine, except for Friday dinner.


Thursday Afternoon

Noon

Arrive and enjoy Deer Creek. Go golfing, walk in the woods, join the pontoon boat regatta, relax in the lodge.

5:00 pm

Dinner in Rafters restaurant (not part of meal package)


Thursday Evening 

7:00 pm

Opening session

7:30-8:30

Poster session #1

8:45

Opening reception [Harding Cabin]


Friday Morning

7:00-7:50 am

Yoga (optional)

7:00-8:30

Breakfast

9:00-10:00

Poster session #2

10:15-11:00

Communicating Assessment Using Synchronized Video Feedback
- David 
Rickels

11:15-12:00

"Orchestra" Reimagined [Buckeye]
- Judy 
Palac & Jenny Spurbeck 

From Teaching Plan to Curriculum Development: Incorporating Comprehensive Musicianship Through Performance into the Instrumental Methods Course and Student Teaching [Scarlet Oak]
- Laura 
Sindberg 

Noon

Lunch


Friday Afternoon 

1:30-2:15 pm

The edTPA: Implications for Music Teacher Education
- Sean Powell & Kelly 
Parkes 

2:30-3:15

Advancing Instrumental Methods Instruction: Online Coursework for Graduate Student Practitioners
- Pat 
Grutzmacher & Craig Resta

3:15-6:00 

Free Time


Friday Evening

6:00 pm

Dinner

7:30

Town Hall: "Been There, Done That" IMTE Member Reflections on Major Career Transitions
- Dan Isbell & Molly Weaver, facilitators

9:00

iRecreation - Come join in an informal sharing session for professional and personal uses of iDevices , and participate in an iDevice ensemble jam session


Saturday Morning

7:00-7:50 am

Pilates (optional)

7:00-8:30

Breakfast 

9:00-10:00 

Poster session #3 

10:15-11:00

Planting the Seeds: Instrumental Music Teacher Educators Perceptions of Creative Music-Making
- David 
Stringham, Linda Thornton, & Dan Shevock 

11:15-12:00 

Rethinking Music Teacher Preparation: Adventures in Curriculum Reform [Buckeye]
- Margaret Schmidt & Jill Sullivan
 

Student-Centered Learning: Application and Transfer in the Instrumental Rehearsal [Scarlet Oak]

- Rick Webb & Ed Zunic 


Saturday Afternoon

Noon-2:00 pm

Lunch and Birds of a Feather Discussions (Grab-N-Go lunch -- meet with your group anywhere inside or outside the lodge)
Topics for lunch discussions will be generated by colloquium participants throughout the first two days of the colloquium . 

2:30-4:30

Keynote Address: The Joy of Music Teaching: An Unexpected Journey
- Bob Phillips ~ http://www.phillipsfiddlers.com 

5:00

Happy Hour


Saturday Evening

6:00 pm

Dinner - Outside picnic (weather permitting)

8:00

Campfire Conversations: continuing conversations, roasted marshmallows, and s'mores around a campfire.



Posters

Session #1


Session #2


Session #3

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