The Pedagogy Study Group warmly invites all teachers of music history to attend “Pedagogy Fridays” 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 23: Doing SoTL (Scholarship of Teaching and Learning) Research in the Music History Classroom–researching the effectiveness of your own teaching practices.
October 7: Accountability and Classroom Policies
October 21: Boosting Engagement by Reframing Participation
November 4: Threshold Concepts
November 18: Cripping the Classroom: Issues & Opportunities–discussion led by James Deaville (Carleton University) and Katie Grennell (Buffalo State University)
December 2: Assignment Potluck–celebrate & share successful assignments and submit them the the resources page!