Considering the Reach of the Music Education Profession

Rick Dammers

Rick Dammers (B.MEd. Northwestern University; M.MEd. University of Illinois; Ph.D. University of Illinois) is an Assistant Professor of Music Education at Rowan University where he incorporates technology throughout the music education curriculum. He has published articles in the Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, Contributions to Music Education, Gifted Child Today, and Update: Applications of Research in Music Education. Rick blogs on research in music education at musicedresearch.wordpress.com, and is co-founder (with David Williams) of MusicCreativity.org, a site dedicated to encouraging the development of technology-based music classes to reach the non-traditional music student.  He was honored as the 2010 TI:ME Mike Kovins Teacher of the Year, serves on the TI:ME Board of Directors, is treasurer of the Association for Technology in Music Instruction, and is on the Technology Committee of the College Music Society.  He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Beta Mu, and is an honorary Friends of the Arts member of Sigma Alpha Iota.

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  1. Hello Rick,

    I agree 100% – not just 80%! I’ve seen your writings on this topic before, and some of what I had in mind when I commented on Dr. Colwell’s article

    http://leadingnotes.org/2011/02/15/colwell/

    was inspired by the type of thought promulgated and expressed in writings such as yours.

    My own professional experiences have also greatly contributed to my strong endorsement of your writings.

    Thank you,
    Adam Goldberg

  2. Rick Dammers says:

    Adam,
    Thank you for your comments!
    Best wishes,
    Rick

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