Consortium for Digital, Popular, and Participatory Culture in Music Education @ ASU

A program of the ASU School of Music in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Overview:

Creating and expanding opportunities for people to learn and engage with music in our ever changing society.

Mission Statement:

The goal of the Consortium for Digital, Popular, & Participatory Culture in Music Education @ ASU (CDPPCME) is to assist music educators in developing curricular and pedagogical frameworks for addressing contemporary technologies, new forms of musical engagement, and popular culture through use-inspired research, collaborative projects, education, and transdisciplinary partnerships.

The Consortium for Digital, Popular, & Participatory Culture in Music Education focuses on:

Developing pedagogical approaches for using new/emerging instruments and electronic devices in music programs

Developing and expanding curricular offerings to address the many ways people engage with music through new technologies and popular culture phenomena

Designing standards-based lesson units incorporating popular culture and music drawing on contemporary research and thinking in music education

Preparing future music educators to integrate digital technologies and popular culture in their classrooms and ensembles

Assisting practicing music educators in integrating digital technologies and popular culture into their existing programs as well as expanding their curricular offerings

Consulting school districts in adapting and expanding their music programs to address contemporary and emerging forms of musical practices and understanding

At the core of the consortium’s work is providing music educators and others with sound pedagogical and curricular applications of contemporary technologies and forms of musical engagement based in research and real life projects

People (ASU Herberger Institute for Design and The Arts School of Music)

Evan Tobias (Asst. Professor Music Education)   Director

Gary Hill (Professor and Director of Ensembles)  Affiliate 

Richard Mook (Asst. Professor Music) Affiliate

Partners

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