Letter from SRIG Chair Bryan E. Nichols,
Penn State University
Letter from SRIG Liaison Mike Hewitt, University of Maryland
Hello from the SRME Executive Committee! As the SRIG Liaison, I am writing to invite each member to consider running for the position of Chair-Elect of the group as we approach the national conference in Orlando. The Chair-Elect assists with events leading to the conference, provides leadership between conferences, and will assume the position of Chair in 2022. Please consider serving our profession in this important role and visit nafme.org/srme for a list of all Chair-Elect responsibilities. See you in Orlando!
Letter from SMTE Chair Linda Thornton, Penn State University
Research in Progress: A Multi-Modal Investigation of Woodwind Articulation Performance
Laura A. Stambaugh & Carolyn J. Bryan, Georgia Southern University
The challenge of ensuring effective early years music education by non-specialist/generalist teachers
Graham Welch, UCL Institute of Education
Music Learning in Infancy
Eugenia Costa-Giomi, Ph.D., The Ohio State University
Providing Learning Experiences that Challenge Students’ Capabilities and Support their Musical Development
Lily Chen-Hafteck, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
The purpose of the Learning & Development SRIG is to encourage, promote, and disseminate research and data based information concerning the development and/or maintenance of music skills and knowledge. Music skills are defined as those used in creating, performing, and/or listening to music at any age.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
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