Welcome to the 2018 Music in Schools and Teacher Education Commision (MISTEC) Seminar at NYU Prague - July 8-12, 2018.
Monday, July 9 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Poster Lightning Talks & Coffee - Room 2

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In this session, all poster presenters will have the opportunity to spend 5 minutes briefly providing an overview of their poster session/topic, prior to their session scheduled for later in the week.  The lightning talk session will take place across three different breakout spaces, and each poster will be discussed for 5 minutes (maximum).  

  1. Jaclyn Francis Paul - "Who am I?": Evaluating the Utility of the Twenty Statements Test & Music Is Survey as Research Tools
  2. Leslie Stewart Rose - Game theory to enhance musical learning
  3. Guan Tao Tao - A Study of Acculturation and Teaching Strategy for Multicultural Music Course: A Case Study of Minority Students in Yanyuan County in Tibetan-Yi Corridor
  4. Chi-hin Leung - Examination-oriented music composition training: The current teaching phenomena of creating at the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education level
  5. Felicity Anne Andreasen - Criteria for selection: mastery gaps for musically gifted primary school leavers.
  6. Linda Webb - Sharing preliminary data in developing the musical experiences and knowledges of primary school classroom teachers and their students in New Zealand.
  7. Leonid Sprikut - Hidden Messages in Music Education: The Discovery of the Profession
  8. Chris Marple - Student Perceptions of the Missing High School Chorister: Why Do Students Drop Choir?
  9. Maria Cristina De Carvalho Cascelli De Azevedo - The intercultural music education challenges: reflections from a Brazilian experience in PIBID -TOCA music project
  10. Nicha Chansitthichok - Collaborative Teaching Between Non-Musical Graduation Teacher and Local Musician in Music Classroom
  11. Bernadette McNamara - Music mentoring – professional learning for K-2 classroom teachers. The impact beyond the first year of Richard Gill’s Australian Music Teacher Mentoring Program

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Chi Hin Leung

Assistant Professor, The Education University of Hong Kong
Dr Chi-hin Leung’s compositions mix elements of East and West, in the process revealing the composer’s diverse cultural background and his particular interest in timbral and textural explorations. His works have been featured as part of, amongst others, ISCM World New Music Days... Read More →
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Leslie Stewart Rose

Professor; Director of Concurrent Teacher Education, OISE University of Toronto
I work in initial teacher education and graduate studies at OISE/UT. My areas of interest are: arts education (with a specialty in music and drama); play, games, and creativity; dialogic inquiry; and equity studies and how teachers make sense of theory&practice.

Leonid Sprikut

Music Education, University of Toronto, Canada

Monday July 9, 2018 10:30am - 12:00pm
Kupka Room Malé náměstí 11, 2nd Floor

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