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
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.