Hello and welcome! For the next several months, this feature of the website will reprint the collection of short articles that first appeared 10 years ago in Ecclectica. The collection was edited by Wayne Bowman, and published online by Brandon University; this particular issue explored the topic, “The Future of Music Study in Canada.” Contributing […]
Welcome to the seventh installment of the Discussion of the Month feature on the MayDay Group website. For the next several months, this feature of the website will reprint the collection of short articles that first appeared 10 years ago in Ecclectica. The collection was edited by Wayne Bowman, and published online by Brandon University; this particular issue explored […]
Open Mic / Discussion of the Month / eCOLUMNS Archive In addition to two journals (ACT and TOPICS), MDG offers additional content, including: Open Mic: A feature that opens the floor to member commentary. It’s the ideal spot for blog-post types of items that deserve greater exposure and open discussion. Discussions of the Month: These include articles and other […]
My name is Deejay Robinson and I write this through the tears in my eyes. I want to scream. I want to throw something; however, I am too tired to. Too tired because I have seen the same scene on the television over and over and over again. It is the scene of Black men […]
eCOLUMNS Archive / Volunteered Papers / Bibliographies / Links / Audio Clips Below you will find links to past eCOLUMNS posts. eCOLUMNS posts are organized into the following categories: Community Music in Action Curriculum and Assessment Digital Media in Music Education Music, Equity, and Social Justice Music Education in Urban Contexts Policy in Music Education […]
Click on the “Discussion” menu item above to read this July’s article by David Elliott and Kari Veblen. Comments are welcome. (Note: you must be logged in [Members] to post comments.)
The 27th MayDay Group Colloquium will be held June 16-19, 2015. Stay tuned for an announcement soon!
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Students for a Change is a place where music education undergraduate and graduate students can share ideas, observations, opinions, hopes, questions, successes, tips on getting through the degree, and ideas for needed change in music education. It is under construction for now, but check back later to see if it’s up and running.