2022 Colorado Music Educators Association Conference 2022 Colorado Music Educators Association Conference

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

- MST
Empower Your Students - Teach them How to Conduct!
Jennifer L. Grice
Jennifer L. Grice
Windsor High School, Director of Bands & Orchestra

This session gives you the tools and curriculum to teach your students to conduct in front of the ensemble. Group activities with your band, choir, or orchestra will be provided along with literature and examples in each area of music at varying difficulty levels.

Thursday, January 27, 2022

- MST
Women Conductors - Creating Community and Support
Jennifer L. Grice
Jennifer L. Grice
Windsor High School, Director of Bands & Orchestra

This session will look at the numbers of women in the band conducting field in high schools in the state of Colorado and higher education wind conductors in the United States. Information will be shared about results from my research entitled: Prominent Women Wind Conductors in Higher Education: Trials, Triumphs, and Recommendations for Improving Gender Equity in the Field.

Friday, January 28, 2022

- MST
Research Session 1 - Faculty and Doctoral Student Research
H. Ellie Wolfe
H. Ellie Wolfe
Drake University, Assistant Professor of Music Education
Charles Oldenkamp
Charles Oldenkamp
University of Colorado - Boulder, MacFerran Doctoral Fellow in Music Education
Jennifer L. Grice
Jennifer L. Grice
Windsor High School, Director of Bands & Orchestra
Eric Wallace
Eric Wallace
Western Oregon University, Bass trombone performance and musician’s health specialist
Gentry Ragsdale
Gentry Ragsdale
University of Colorado - Boulder

Presider: Dr. James Austin, CMEA Research Chair

Presenters:

Dr. H. Ellie Wolfe (Drake University) and Dr. Lisa Martin (Bowling Green State University) – “Mindfulness Practice in Academia: A Collective Self-Study”

Charles Oldenkamp (University of Colorado Boulder) – “Self-Efficacy in Middle School Jazz Instruction”

Jennifer L. Grice (Windsor High School and the University of Northern Colorado) – “Prominent Women Wind Conductors in Higher Education: Trials, Triumphs, and Recommendations for Improving Gender Equity in the Field”

Dr. Eric Wallace (Western Oregon University) – “Epidemiologic Survey of a Unique Type of Task-Specific Dystonia in Brass Musicians”

Gentry Ragsdale (University of Colorado Boulder) – “A Survey of Texas Music Educators’ Culturally Responsive Teaching Practices”


- MST
Windsor High School - Jazz Band
Jennifer L. Grice
Jennifer L. Grice
Windsor High School, Director of Bands & Orchestra

This performance is limited to 75 registered attendees, due to Health & Safety Protocols. Be sure to select "attending" (or click the + symbol) for this session to ensure your spot! Note: Additional seating will be made available on a first-come-first-serve basis after the start time of the session.

Presider - Corry Petersen, Poudre High School Director of Bands

Concert Host - Kim Wilson-Paugh, IMC District 2 Representative