When my program chair emailed the Musicology students about the Mapping the Futures of Higher Education course offered at the CUNY Graduate… Continue Reading Introduction to Music: An Experiment in Student-Centered Learning
Course: Introduction to Music Instructor: Natalie Oshukany Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Required Text: Listen by Joseph Kerman and Gary Tomlinson. 7th… Continue Reading Introduction to Music: A Student-Centered Syllabus
When I was an undergraduate music major, embodied learning—a focus on physical participation, attention to the ways in which my body… Continue Reading Listen, Re-listen, and Listen Again
Dear all, Here is the link to a handout that Rachel, Evan and I plan to incorporate into our panel, “Life Barriers… Continue Reading Feedback Request and Conference Plug!
Hi all, Here’s a public re-post of something I wrote in the private group before the semester began. [Re-post inspired by the stimulating readings… Continue Reading Embodiment and the Hand Experiment
Despite my best efforts, I ran straight into one of the major concerns our class discussed regarding implementing student-centered learning in the… Continue Reading On Watching the Clock: Student-Centered Review Session
As cliché as it sounds, I teach because education is undeniably empowering. I teach because I have been fortunate enough to have… Continue Reading Teaching Philosophy: A Thank-You Note to My Teachers
Have you ever tried to explain the concept of musical timbre? How about describing the exact differences between an “important” versus a… Continue Reading Putting Formative Assessment to Use: Student-Led Mini-Presentations