Fall 2023 Pedagogy Fridays

The Pedagogy Study Group warmly invites all teachers of music history to attend “Pedagogy Fridays,” held approximately every-other week during the academic year. At these virtual gatherings, we discuss varied teaching-related topics, share resources, and provide support to each other. There’s no need to register in advance; all are welcome to attend, even if only for part of a session. This fall, Pedagogy Fridays will take place on the dates below from 4 to 5 p.m. EST via Zoom at this link. Topics include:

September 22: “Crip It, Flip It, and Reverse It: Implementing Accommodation and Accessibility in the Music Classroom,” workshop led by Alexandria Carrico, Katie Grennell, and James Deaville. (See notes here.)
October 6: Collaborating Across Disciplines (theory, recording tech, composition, performance, dance, etc.) (See notes on Resources page)
October 20: How can we successfully guide discussion of controversial subjects? (See notes on Resources page)
November 3: What do new adjunct faculty need to know? How can department leadership support them? (See notes on Resources page)
November 17: Online and Hybrid Teaching (See notes on Resources page)
December 1: ChatGPT – Where are we now? (See notes on Resources page)