Over the summer, Jay Dorfman’s, Ph.D., paper titled “Project Peer Assessment in a Preservice Music Technology Course” appeared in Contributions to Music Education, a peer-reviewed research journal of the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA). The study was conducted with Kent State students in the Music Technology for Music Educators class. Each student was given the opportunity to provide feedback on creative projects produced by their classmates. Dorfman then compared their evaluations with his own to see how they lined up.
"Infusing Creativity Into Your Next Ensemble Rehearsal" is a reprint of an article written for NAfME by Kent State faculty member Dr. Wendy K. Matthews, Ph.D. student BethAnn Hepburn and friend of the School of Music Dr. Elizabeth Hankins.
Thriving. Flourishing. Amazing. This is how I characterize the current state of the Music Education programs at Kent State. Despite the challenges of the last year, I am so pleased to report that we remain a division that pushes the boundaries of music education, from the newest undergraduate to the most advanced doctoral student.