Collegiate NCMEA members join past and current NCMEA leaders to discuss how NAfME and NCMEA are approaching equity and inclusion. Topics include:
- What’s happening at the national and state levels?
- How can an inclusive vision affect the work of a Collegiate NAfME chapter or of music education students as they move through student teaching into their careers?
- What can individual educators do?
- Dr. Carol Earnhart, immediate Past-NCMEA President and Director of Choral Activities at Robert B. Glenn High School
- Mr. Johnathan Hamiel, NCMEA President and band director at R.J. Reynolds High School
- Ms. Jazzmone Sutton, former NCMEA President and the current State Advocacy Engagement Manager for NAfME
- Ms. Lillie Almond Harris, NCMEA IVfME Chair and General Music Teacher at Union Hill Elementary School
Please see additional resources below.
Developing an Inclusive Vision for Music Education
Resources for IVfME (Inclusive Vision for Music Education)
- Cook Ross Reports
- Multicultural Awareness Commission History
- Culturally Responsive Teaching by Dr. Connie McKoy
- Who Enrolls in High School Music?
- NCMEA Declaration of Intent
- Johnathan Hamiel President’s Message (See pp. 8-9)
- NCMEA Mentoring Program
- Approaches to Multicultural Curriculum Reform
- Co-creating: students bring something in and the teacher ties it into the classroom (Jazzmone Sutton)
- Responding to Difference: Teaching Students How to Respond Internally to Something New (Jazzmone Sutton)
- “WOW, This is going to be awesome!”
- “This will be interesting”
- Take a Deep Breath
- VIDEOS: IVfME Webinar Series.
- VIDEO: Multiculturalism in the World of Chamber Music featuring Guest Lecturer Jonathan C. Kramer, Ph.D.