Proposed BM in Piano Pedagogy.10.14.16 - Oakland for a Piano Pedagogy Major and a Combined Major in Piano Performance and Pedagogy in the Bachelor of Music Degree Program Abstract The Department of Music, Theatre and Dance has a long-standing Bachelor of Music program with

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OaklandUniversityProposalforMajorsinPianoPedagogyintheBachelorofMusicDegreeProgramBACHELOROFMUSICINPIANOPEDAGOGYBACHELOROFMUSICINPIANOPERFORMANCEANDPEDAGOGYMusicProgramDirector:DeborahVanderLinde,AssociateProfessorofMusicDepartmentChair:JackieWiggins,DistinguishedProfessorofMusicEducationRequestedImplementationTerm:Fall2017CollegeGovernanceDepartmentofMusic,TheatreandDanceSubmitted:February18,2016 Approved:April1,2016CASCommitteeonInstructionSubmitted:April1,2016 RevisedSept.29,2016 Approved:DateDean,CollegeofArtsandSciencesSubmitted:Date Approved:DateUniversityGovernanceSenateSubmitted:Date Approved:DateBoardofTrusteesSubmitted:Date Approved:DatePresidentsCouncilSubmitted:Date Approved:DateProposalforaPianoPedagogyMajorandaCombinedMajorinPianoPerformanceandPedagogyintheBachelorofMusicDegreeProgramAbstractTheDepartmentofMusic,TheatreandDancehasalong-standingBachelorofMusicprogramwithmajorsinperformance(instrumental,piano,orvoice)andmusiceducation.TheDepartmentseekstoaddamajorinpianopedagogytoservestudentswhoaspiretobecomestudiopianoteachersandacombinedmajorinpianoperformanceandpedagogytoservestudentswhoaspiretobothperformandteach.TheseprogramswouldbringtoOaklandUniversitysmusicprogrampianistswithawiderrangeofgoals,thusfosteringgrowthinthemusicprogram.TheDepartmentcouldoffertheproposedprogramswithlittlechange.Theprogramswouldrequireonlyfournewcourses,PianoPedagogyIIIandIV(tofollowtheexistingsequencePianoPedagogyIandII),PianoPedagogyInternship,andSeniorPedagogyProject.StudentsintheproposedprogramwouldtakecoursesthatserveallBachelorofMusicstudentsand,specifically,pianoperformancemajors.Theproposedprogramswouldnotrequireadditionalfaculty,space,orsignificantfunding,andcouldbeginuponapproval.TheproposedmajorswouldenableOaklandUniversitytoattractnewstudents,betterservesomeofourcurrentstudents,andbetterpositionOaklandinrelationtoourcompetitors.TableofContentsRationale 1PromotingtheRoleandMissionoftheUniversity,Department,andProgram 2NeedforthePrograms 2GoalsandObjectivesofthePrograms 3ProgramPlans 4ProgramComponents 4NewCourses 5Accreditation 6NASMStandardsforaBachelorofMusicinPedagogyProgram 6 BachelorofMusic(B.M.)inPianoPedagogyProgram 7NASMCurricularTablefortheProposedB.M.PianoPedagogyProgram 7AdmissionRequirementsfortheProposedB.M.PianoPedagogyProgram 9ComparisonwithOtherSimilarPrograms 9PlanofStudyfortheProposedB.M.PianoPedagogyProgram 10BachelorofMusic(B.M.)inPianoPerformanceandPedagogyProgram 12CombinedMajorinPianoPerformanceandPedagogy 12NASMCurricularTableforProposedCombinedProgram 13AdmissionRequirementsfortheProposedB.M.inPianoPerformanceandPedagogy 14PlanofStudyfortheProposedB.M.inPianoPerformanceandPedagogy 14AcademicUnit 16HowtheProposedProgramsServestheGoalsoftheDepartment 16StaffSupportfortheProposedPrograms 16FacultyQualifications 16Resources 16AcademicDirectionandOversight 17CatalogDescriptionforB.M.inPianoPedagogy 17CatalogDescriptionforB.M.inPianoPerformanceandPedagogy 19SourceofStudentsandRecruitmentPlan 21AdvisingStudents 21RetentionPlan 21BusinessesthatWouldEmployProgramGraduate 21NeedsandCostsofthePrograms 22NewResourcesNeededforthePrograms 225-YearBudgetandRevenuefromPrograms 22Library 22ClassroomandEquipment 225-YearProformaBudget 23ProgramAssessmentPlan 24Appendices 25A:AbbreviatedFacultyVitae 25TianTian,D.M.A.,AssistantProfessorofMusicPiano 25RebeccaHappel,D.M.A.,LecturerandAppliedPianoInstructor 26I-ChenYeh,D.M.A.,AppliedPianoInstructorandAccompanist 27 B:NewCourseSyllabi 28MUS441PianoPedagogyI(slightlyreviseddescription) 28MUS442PianoPedagogyII(slightlyreviseddescription) 31MUS443PianoPedagogyIII 34MUS444PianoPedagogyIV 37MUS445PedagogyInternship 40MUA498SeniorPedagogyProject 42 C:LibraryReport 44Proposal foraPianoPedagogyMajorandaCombinedMajor inPianoPerformanceandPedagogyintheBachelorofMusicDegreeProgram TheDepartmentofMusic,TheatreandDancehasalong-standingBachelorofMusicprogramwithmajorsinperformance(instrumental,piano,orvoice)andmusiceducation.TheDepartmentseekstoaddamajorinpianopedagogytoservestudentswhoaspiretobecomestudiopianoteachersandacombinedmajorinpianoperformanceandpedagogytoservestudentswhoaspiretobothperformandteach.TheseprogramswouldbringtoOaklandUniversitysmusicprogrampianistswithawiderrangeofgoals,thusfosteringgrowthinthemusicprogram.TheDepartmentcouldoffertheproposedprogramswithlittlechange.Theprogramswouldrequireonlyfournewcourses,PianoPedagogyIIIandIV(tofollowtheexistingsequencePianoPedagogyIandII),PianoPedagogyInternship,andSeniorPedagogyProject.StudentsintheproposedprogramwouldtakecoursesthatserveallBachelorofMusicstudentsand,specifically,pianoperformancemajors.Theproposedprogramswouldnotrequireadditionalfaculty,space,orsignificantfunding,andcouldbeginuponapproval.TheproposedmajorwouldenableOaklandUniversitytoattractnewstudents,betterservesomeofourcurrentstudents,andbetterpositionOaklandinrelationtoourcompetitors.RationaleOverthelastfewdecades,therehasbeenatremendousgrowthinthefieldofpianopedagogy.Toinsureconsistencyinteachingqualityandoverallstandards,collegesanduniversitieshaveexpandedfromofferingasinglepedagogycoursetoasequenceofmultiplecourses,toofferinganemphasis,to,inmorerecentyears,offeringmajorsatvariousdegreelevels.Sincethelate1970s,OaklandhasofferedaMasterofMusicinPianoPedagogy.Atthattime,thedepartmentchosetonotofferanundergraduatedegreeinpedagogybecauseofabeliefthatstudentsshouldstrengthentheirownperformingabilitiesduringtheirundergraduateyearsandthen,shouldtheydecidetobecomestudiopianoteachers,studypianopedagogyonthegraduatelevel.Thisisacommonbelief,sharedwithinmanymusicprogramsinthecountry.Infact,atthemoment,nouniversitiesinMichiganofferabachelorsdegreeinpianopedagogy.However,inreality,manypianoperformancemajorschoosenottopursuegraduateworkinperformanceand,instead,begintoteachwithouthavinghadproperguidanceorpedagogicaleducation.SomeundergraduatepianistsbegintoteachprivatelybeforeearningtheirB.M.degrees.OnereasonpianopedagogicalpracticehasbeenrelativelyinconsistentintheUnitedStatesisalackofeducationopportunitiesandfailuretorecognizethevalueofstudentslearningtoteachpianoearlierintheireducationalcareers.ByofferinganundergraduatepianopedagogyprogramatOakland,wecanprovidethislearningopportunitytostudentswhoknowbeforecomingtocollegethattheywanttochooseprivatepianoteachingasacareer.Ourultimategoalistoprovideaneducationalplatformtoenablestudentstobecomemoresuccessfulperformersandteachers.2PromotingtheMissionandGoalsoftheUniversity,Department,andProgramTheproposedprogramsfitwellwithinOaklandUniversitysmissiontoengagestudentsindistinctiveeducationalexperiencesthatconnecttotheuniqueanddiverseopportunitieswithinourregionandbeyond.Theproposedprogramsalsocontributetothedepartmentscapacitytofosterstudentsuccessbyprovidingopportunitiesforstudentswhoseinterestsandgoalsthecurrentofferingsdonotfullymeet.Inessence,studentswhocompletetheprogramwillcontributetoOaklandscapacitytoservetheneedsandaspirationsofourcommunitiesandregion;theproposedprogramswillprovidetheregionwithbettermusicinstruction,servingourcommunitysfamiliesbetterthanwedonow.Aspartofitsmission,theDepartmentofMusic,TheatreandDanceeducatesartsprofessionals,providessupportforprofessionalartistsandartseducators,andprovidesleadershipinthearts.InitsrolewithintheDepartment,theMusicProgramofferspre-professionalandprofessionaleducationandsupportforperformers,musicteachers,andstudioteachers.TheMusicProgramalsosponsorsandfostersmusicalengagementexperiencesforthecommunityandregion.Theproposedprogramsfitsolidlywithinthemissionsoftheuniversity,department,andmusicprogram.NeedfortheProgramsPianistswhohopetopursueaprofessionalperformancecareerneedtobestudyingataleadingconservatoryandnotatauniversitylikeOakland.Oaklandspianoprogramservesmanyfine,accomplishedpianists,buttheyaremostoftenstudentswhoarenotplanningtopursueaperformancecareer.Manyofourpianomajorsaredoublemajors:oftenPresidentialScholarsorHonorsCollegestudentswhoarepursuingdegreesinprogramslikebio-chemistryormathematics,whilealsocompletingtheBachelorofMusicinPianoPerformancedegreeprogram.TheseareexcitingstudentswhobringagreatdealtothedepartmentandtoOaklandUniversityingeneral.ManyofthesestudentschooseOaklandasaplacetostudypianoandtheirsecondfieldbecauseOaklandsopen-mindedapproachmakesthispossible.SchoolslikeUniversityofMichiganandMichiganStategenerallydonotpermitstudentstopursuetwosuchcomprehensivemajorssimultaneously.Thatwesupportandenablethisworkattractsthesestrongstudentstoourprogram.Mostofthesestudentsplantopursueacareerintheirnon-musicmajor,butmusicandpianohavebeensuchalargepartoftheirlivespriortocomingtoOaklandthattheycannotimaginelivingwithoutthem,andthereforechoosetopursuebothmajors.Manyofourotherpianoperformancemajorsplantopursueacareerasapianoteacher,buildingandmaintainingaprivatepianostudio,teachingandenrichingthelivesofothersintheircommunity.Whilethecurrentpianoprogramservesthefirstgroup(studentswhocometoOaklandintentionallytopursueadoublemajor),wearenotdoingasmuchaswemightinservingpianistswhoaspiretobecomeprofessionalpianoteachers.Theproposedprogramswouldenableustofillthisgap.Preparingartseducatorsisastrongfocusinourdepartmentsprogramsandaddingthisadditionalopportunityforstudentstolearntoteachpianofitswellwithinwhatisalreadyhappeninginthedepartment.(Forthesamereason,wearealsointheprocessofdevelopingBAandBFAdegreeprogramsinDanceEducation.)3GoalsandObjectivesoftheProgramsTheoverridinggoaloftheproposedprogramsistoservestudentswhoaspiretobecomestudiopianoteachersorlocalperformersandstudioteachers.GoalsoftheMusicProgramMusicstudentswilldevelop:Goal1. Acomprehensiveunderstandingoftherelationshipsamongsociocultural/historicalperspective,theoreticalanalysis,andperformancepracticeinmusic.Goal2. Understandingofmusicinitshistoricalandculturalcontextsuchthatitenablesthemtosupportthegrowthoftheirmusicianship,andenablesthemtohaveabetterunderstandingofthemusictheyperform,hear,andcreate.Goal3. Firmgraspofthebasicprinciplesofthestructure,design,andlanguageofmusicintheWesternmusicaltradition.Goal4. Technicalknowledgeandvocabularysufficienttoapproachmusicofanyperiod,style,orgenre.Goal5. Abilitytoformamentalimageofthesoundofwrittenmusic,andtotranslateheardmusicintowrittenform.Goal6. Technicalskill,artisticintegrity,andtheabilitytosight-readmusicofdiversestylesandgenres.Goal7. Knowledgeoftechnologyappropriatetoandinconnectionwiththeirfieldofspecialization.Goal8. Knowledgeofmusicliteratureappropriatetoandinconnectionwiththeirfieldofspecialization.Goal9. Whereappropriatetothefocusoftheparticulardegreeprogram,musicstudentswilldevelopunderstandingoflearningandteachingandmusiclearningandteachingsufficienttobeabletoengageinmusicteachingintheirareaofspecialization.ObjectivesoftheProposedBachelorofMusicinPianoPedagogyProgramBachelorofMusicinPianoPedagogymajorswilldevelopstrongskillsinandknowledgeofpianoperformance.Inappliedpianostudy,studentswill:Obj.BPed1. Developtheabilitytopreparesuccessfulandmusicallysatisfyingperformances.Obj.BPed2. Developefficientandeffectivepracticeskillsforlearning/memorizingmusic.Obj.BPed3. Developtechnicalproficiencyontheirinstrument.Obj.BPed4. Expandtheirknowledgeofmusicliteratureandgenres.Obj.BPed5. Learnandapplytheoreticalconceptstomusic.Obj.BPed6. Learnadiverserepertoirerepresentingmanyhistoricalandinterpretivestyles.Obj.BPed7. Developcollaborativeskillswithothermusicians.Obj.BPed8. Developbasicknowledgeofpedagogicalstrategies,techniques,methods,materials,andrepertoire.4Inaddition,throughasequenceofpianopedagogycoursesandpracticalexperience,studentswill:Obj.BPed9. Developunderstandingofmusiclearningandteachingprocesses.Obj.BPed10. Developacurricularperspectiveandframeworkforteachingstudentsofallagesatbeginner,intermediate,andadvancedlevels.Obj.BPed11. Developbasicunderstandingofhowtoworkwithallstudents,includingyoungchildren,adults,andstudentswithspecialneeds.Obj.BPed12. Developunderstandingofhowtoenablestudentstobuildtheirtechnique.Obj.BPed13. Developapproachestoprovidingstudentswiththeappropriateeducationinmusictheory,history,sight-reading,andauralawareness.Obj.BPed14. UnderstandingofhowtopreparestudentsforMMTAStudentAchievementTesting,ABRSMTests,RCMTests,AGMTests,andFederationFestivals.TheObjectivesoftheProposedBachelorofMusicinPianoPerformanceandPedagogyprogramarethesame,butwithhigherperformancestandards,comparabletothoseintheB.M.inPianoPerformanceprogram.ProgramPlansMusicpedagogyprogramsaregenerallyofferedinconjunctionwithmusicperformanceprograms.Performanceandpedagogystudentsgenerallytakemanyofthesamecoursesbut,whereperformanceprogramsrequireadditionalcreditsinappliedperformancestudy,pedagogyprogramsrequireadditionalcreditsintheteachingofperformance.ProgramComponentsPedagogyCourses:Studentsenrolledinboththepedagogymajorandthecombinedmajorwouldtake4semestersofpedagogycourses,eachdesignedtoconcentrateonaspecificlevelofpianostudy.Eachofthecourseswouldbedividedintotwosections:a) Lecture:Facultywouldpresentlecturesbasedonspecificteachingtopicsintheareasofrepertoire,technique,theory,history,auralawareness,sight-reading,psychologyofmusiclearning,andmusicasabusiness.b) MicroteachingExperiences:Thebestwaytolearnhowtoteachistoactuallyteach.Atthebeginningofeachsemester,eachstudentwouldbegivenadescriptionintermsofage,yearsofpianostudy,learninghabits,personalitytraits,andetc.Studentswouldthenbepartneredtoteacheachother.Theywouldswitchroles(teacherorstudent)eachweekandswitchpartnerseachmonth.Eachteachingdemonstrationwouldbe30-minuteslong.Agoodteacherisobservantandabletoanticipatechallengesstudentsmaypresent.Therefore,whilerole-playingayoungchild,studentswouldbeaskedtoincorporateissuesandbehaviorproblemssotheirpartner(theteacher)mayhaveanopportunitytosolvethem.Masterclasseswithactualstudents:Eachsemester,wewouldprovidetwosessionswherestudentswouldhaveopportunitytoworkwithactualpre-collegestudents.5Internship:Studentswouldcompleteaone-semesterinternshipthrougheithertheOUMusicPreparatoryDivisionorMTDspartner,EvolaMusic,andreceivesatisfactoryassessmentsfromtheiremployer.StudentsenrolledintheB.M.inPianoPerformanceandPedagogyprogramwould(a)engageinalltheaboveexperiencesandalso(b)studyperformanceonahigher,morecomprehensivelevelandbeheldtothesameperformancestandardsasB.M.PianoPerformancestudents.Thecombinedmajorrequiresknowledgeandproficiencyinbothperformanceandpedagogy.ChangestoExistingPianoPedagogyCoursesOaklandcurrentlyofferstwopedagogycourses.Withonesmallwordingchange,thesetwocoursedescriptionscanstandintheirpresentform.Inbothcases,thelastphraseineachdescriptionwouldbereplacedbylanguagethatbetterdescribestheprocessesinwhichstudentswillengageinthecontextofthesecoursesandthenewcurriculum:Studentswillengageinpairedmicroteachingandreceivefeedbackfrompeersandteacher.MUS441(4541)-PianoPedagogyI(2)Instructionalstrategiesforteachingthebeginningpianostudent,includingmethods,materialsandtheuseofmusictechnology.Variousaspectsofestablishingandmanagingapianostudiowillbeaddressed.Weeklyobservationsrequired.Studentswillengageinpairedmicroteachingandreceivefeedbackfrompeersandteacher.Prerequisite(s):permissionofinstructor.MUS442(4542)-PianoPedagogyII(2)Instructionalstrategiesforteachingtheintermediateandadvancedpianostudent,includingmethods,materials,repertoireandtheuseofmusictechnology.Includesweeklyobservationsandsupervisedteaching.Studentswillengageinpairedmicroteachingandreceivefeedbackfrompeersandteacher.Prerequisite(s):MUS441(MUS4541).NewCoursesToserveboththeBMinPianoPedagogyandtheMMinPianoPedagogyprograms,weareproposingtoofferfouradditionalcourses(cross-listedatthe400and500levels)tobuildontheseextantcoursesandprovideastrongerfoundationforcurrentandfuturepianoteachers:MUS4431(4543)-PianoPedagogyIII(3)Instructionalstrategiesforteachingadvancedbaroque-classicalrepertoire,includingscoreanalysis,periodperformancepractice,continuedtechnicaltraining,andmusicianshipdevelopment.Studentswillengageinpairedmicroteachingandreceivefeedbackfrompeersandteacher.Prerequisite(s):MUS442(4542). 1ThecoursenumberMUS443wasusedforadifferentcoursecreatedbyMTDin2001.Weuseithereasaplaceholdersincethecoursewillnotbeoffereduntilthe4-digitsystemisinplace.6MUS444(4454)-PianoPedagogyIV(3)Instructionalstrategiesforteachingadvancedromantic-contemporaryrepertoire,includingscoreanalysis,periodperformancepractice,continuedtechnicaltraining,andmusicianshipdevelopment.Studentswillengageinpairedmicroteachingandreceivefeedbackfrompeersandteacher.Prerequisite(s):MUS443(4543).MUS445(4955)-PedagogyInternship(2)One-semesterinternshipteachingpianotostudentsinaprofessionalmusicstudiosettingunderthedirectionandsupervisionofqualifiedpianoinstructors.Prerequisite(s):MUS444(4544).MUA498(4955)SeniorPedagogyProject(2or4)Culminatingprojectforthepedagogyprogramthroughwhichstudentsapplywhattheyhavelearnedaboutperformanceandpedagogyanddemonstratetheirunderstandingofpedagogictheoryandpractice.B.M.Pedagogystudentsenrollfor4credits.B.M.PerformanceandPedagogystudentsenrollfor2credits.Prerequisite(s):MUS444(4544).AppendixBcontainssyllabiforthesesixcourses.AccreditationThemusicprogramsatOaklandUniversityareaccreditedbytheNationalAssociationofSchoolsofMusic(NASM).TheproposedprogramswouldbesubmittedtothisaccreditingbodyonceapprovedbyOakand.OaklandcannotofferanymusicprogramuntilitisapprovedbyNASM.TheproposedprogramsweredesignedtofollowNASMstandardsandwefullyexpecttheywillbeapprovedinatimelymanner.NASMStandardsforaBachelorofMusicinPedagogyProgramE. BachelorofMusicinPedagogyTheBachelorofMusicinPedagogymaybejustifiedonlyifaninstitutionisadequatelystaffedandequippedtoofferasignificantnumberofspecializedcoursesandinternshipopportunitiesinpedagogy.BachelorofMusicprogramsinperformancewithlessworkinpedagogythanstipulatedbythesestandards,butmorethanthatnormallyexpectedfortheperformancedegree,maydesignatepedagogyasanareaofemphasis.1. CurricularStructurea. Standard.Curricularstructure,content,andtimerequirementsshallenablestudentstodeveloptherangeofknowledge,skills,andcompetenciesexpectedofthoseholdingaprofessionalbaccalaureatedegreeinpedagogyasindicatedbelowandinStandardsVIII.b. Guidelines.Curriculatoaccomplishthispurposethatmeetthestandardsjustindicatednormallyadheretothefollowingstructuralguidelines:studyinthemajorareaofperformance,includingensembleparticipationthroughouttheprogram,independentstudy,andelectives,shouldcomprise20-30%ofthetotalprogram;supportivecoursesinmusic,20-30%;coursesinpedagogy,includingcomparativemethodologyand7internships,15-20%;generalstudies,25-35%.Studiesinthemajorareaandsupportivecoursesinmusicnormallytotalatleast65%ofthecurriculum.2. SpecificGuidelinesforGeneralStudies.Studyinsuchareasaspsychology,learningtheory,andbusinessisstronglyrecommended.3. EssentialCompetencies,Experiences,andOpportunities(inadditiontothosestatedforalldegreeprograms):a. Abilitytoorganizeandconductinstructioninthemajorperformingmedium,includingperformanceatthehighestpossiblelevelandunderstandingoftheinterrelationshipsbetweenperformanceandteaching;knowledgeofapplicablesolo,ensemble,andpedagogicalliterature;theabilitytoapplyacompletesetofmusicianshipskillstotheteachingprocess;andknowledgeofapplicabletechnologies,particularlywithrespecttogroupinstruction.b. Knowledgeofpedagogicalmethodsandmaterialsrelatedtoindividualandgroupinstructioninaprincipalperformingmediumandopportunitiestoobserveandapplytheseinavarietyofteachingsituations.Thisincludesanunderstandingofhumangrowthanddevelopmentandunderstandingoftheprinciplesoflearningastheyrelatetomusicteachingandperformance.Italsoincludestheabilitytoassessaptitudes,backgrounds,interests,andachievementsofindividualsandgroupsofstudents,andtocreateandevaluatespecificprogramsofstudybasedontheseassessments.c. Opportunitiesforteachinginanorganizedinternshipprogram.Suchprogramsshallbeunderthegeneralsupervisionofthepedagogyfacultyandshallinvolveaspecificprogramofregularconsultationbetweenstudentsandsupervisingteachers.Atleasttwosemestersorthreequartersofsupervisedteachingareanessentialexperience.d. Soloandensembleperformanceexperienceinavarietyofformalandinformalsettings.Aseniorrecitalisessential,andajuniorrecitalisrecommended.BachelorofMusic(B.M.)inPianoPedagogyProgramNASMCurricularTablefortheProposedB.M.inPianoPedagogy OnthenextpageistheNASMCurricularTableforapedagogydegreeshowinghowtheproposedB.M.inPianoPedagogyprogrammeetsNASMcriteria:8NASMCurricularTableProgramTitle:BachelorofMusicinPianoPedagogy NumberofYearstoCompletetheProgram:4ProgramSubmittedfor:PlanApprovalCurrentSemestersEnrollmentinMajors:n/aNameofProgramSupervisor:TianTian,AssistantProfessorofMusicPiano MajorAreaofPerformanceSupportiveCoursesinMusicPedagogy GeneralStudies ElectiveTotalNumberofCreditsPianoPedagogy30credits25%*36credits30%20credits16.6%36credits30% 2credits 124*percentagesbasedon120credits.MajorAreaofPerformance(generally20-30%) MUA101-401 AppliedPiano 14credits MUA375 AccompanyingforPianoMajors 2credits MUA443,444 KeyboardTechniquesforthePianoMajorI,II 4credits MUE380 ChamberMusic 2credits MUE3xx Ensemble 8creditsTotalMajorAreaofPerformance 30creditsSupportiveCoursesinMusic(generally20%-30%) MUT112 TheoryI 3credits MUT113 AuralSkillsI 1credit MUT114 TheoryII 3credits MUT115 AuralSkillsII 1credit MUT212 TheoryIII 3credits MUT213 AuralSkillsIII 1credit MUT214 TheoryIV 3credits MUT215 AuralSkillsIV 1credit MUS131 HistoryandLiteratureofWesternTonalMusic 3credits MUS132 MusicofWorldCultures 3credits MUS331 HistoryandLiteratureofMedievalandRenaissanceMusic 3credits MUS332 HistoryandLit.ofWesternMusicfromca.1900tothePresent 3credits MUT311 MusicalFormandAnalysis 4credits MUSorMUT___ TheoryorHistoryElective 4creditsTotalSupportiveCourses 36creditsCoursesinPedagogy(generally15%-20%) MUS441-442 PianoPedagogyI,II(2+2) 4credits MUS443-444 PianoPedagogyIII,IV(3+3) 6credits MUS445 PedagogyInternship 2credits MUA498 SeniorPedagogyProject 4credits MUS455,457 PianoRepertoireI,II 4credits9TotalPedagogyCourses 20creditsGeneralStudies(generally25%-35%) WritingFoundation 4credits WritingIntensiveinGeneralEducation(candouble-count) (4)credits WritingIntensiveinMajor(candouble-count) (4)credits Arts(inthiscase,MUS131,partofmajor) (4)credits Literature 4credits ForeignLanguageandLiteratureI 4credits GlobalPerspective 4credits WesternCivilization 4credits SocialScience 4credits NaturalScienceandTechnology 4credits FormalReasoning 4credits KnowledgeApplications 4credits Capstone(candouble-count) (4)credits Diversity(candouble-count) (4)creditsTotalGeneralStudies 36/40creditsElectives 2creditsAdmissionRequirementsfortheforProposedB.M.PianoPedagogyProgramTheadmissionrequirementswouldbethesameasthoseforallBachelorofMusicprograms.Forthespecificrequirements,pleaseseetheproposedcatalogcopyonpage15.ComparisonwithOtherSimilarProgramsOfinstitutionsthatofferaBachelorofMusicinPianoPedagogyprogram,theUniversityofOklahomaofferstheprogrammostsimilartotheoneweproposeherein.Thechartbelowcomparestheprograms.Oklahomadescribescontacttimeinhoursinsteadofcreditsbuttimespentineachareaofthecurriculumappearstobesimilar.10 UniversityofOklahomaProgram ProposedOaklandUniversityProgram Course Hours CreditsMajorPerformanceAreaAppliedPiano(includinga30-minseniorrecital)23 AppliedPiano(plusa30-minuterecitalthatispartofthe4-creditSeniorPedagogyProjectlistedbelow)14KeyboardTechniques 4 KeyboardTechniques 4StudioAccompanying 4 Accompanying(2credits)+ChamberMusic(2credits)4LargeEnsemble 4 MajorEnsemble 8SupportiveCoursesinMusicMusicTheoryI-V 9 MusicTheoryI-IV 12AuralSkillsI-IV 7 AuralSkillsI-IV 4WesternMusicHistory 9 WesternMusicHistory 9MusicinCulture 2 MusicinWorldCultures 3Forms&Analysis 2 MusicalAnalysisandForm 4Counterpoint 3 TheoryorHistoryElective(optionsincludeCounterpoint,and4otherhistoryandtheorycourses,choseninconsultationwithadviser)4ConductingI 2CoursesinPedagogyPianoPedagogy 10 PianoPedagogyI-IV 10PedagogyInternship 2 PedagogyInternship 2PianoRepertoireI,II 6 PianoRepertoireI,II 4 SeniorPedagogyProject 2or4GeneralEducation 34-45 34or36PlanofStudyfortheProposedB.M.PianoPedagogyProgramOnthenextpageisaplanofstudyforstudentswhowishtocompletetheBachelorofMusicinPianoPedagogyprogramin4years.11PlanofStudy:B.M.inPianoPedagogyNote:MostBachelorofMusicstudentstaketheirgeneraleducationcourseslaterintheirundergraduatecareersthanmightatypicalOaklandundergraduatestudent.ThisisbecauseoftherelativelysmallamountoftimegiventoartseducationinK-12schoolingandtheneedtomakeupforlosttimeintheeducationofafutureprofessionalmusician. Year Fall Cr Winter CrFRESHMANMUA101AppliedPianoMUT112MusicTheoryIMUT113AuralSkillsIMUA443KeyboardSkillsIMUS131Hist/LitofWesternTonalMusic(G.E.1Art)MUE3xxMajorEnsembleWRT1502312314MUA101AppliedPianoMUT114MusicTheoryIIMUT115AuralSkillsIIMUA444KeyboardSkillsIIMUS132MusicofWorldCulturesMUE3xxMajorEnsembleWRT160(G.E.2)2312314 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 16 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 16 Fall Cr Winter CrSOPHOMORE MUA201AppliedPianoMUT212MusicTheoryIIIMUT213AuralSkillsIIIMUS441PianoPedagogyIMUS331Hist/LitofMedieval/RenaissanceMUE3xxMajorEnsembleLanguage114(G.E.3)2312314MUA201AppliedPianoMUT214MusicTheoryIVMUT215AuralSkillsIVMUS442PianoPedagogyIIMUS332Hist/LitofWest.Mus.Fr.1850MUE3xxMajorEnsembleGeneralEducation(G.E.4)2312314 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 16 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 16 Fall Cr Winter CrJUNIORMUA301AppliedPianoMUS443PianoPedagogyIIIMUS455PianoRepertoireIMUT311MusicalAnalysisandFormMUE3xxMajorEnsembleGeneralEducation(G.E.5)232414MUA301AppliedPianoMUS444PianoPedagogyIVMUS457PianoRepertoireIIMUE3xxMajorEnsembleTheory/HistoryUpperLevelElectiveGeneralEducation(G.E.6)232144 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 16 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 16 Fall Cr Winter CrSENIORMUA401AppliedPianoMUA375AccompanyingMUE3xxMajorEnsembleMUE380ChamberMusicMUS445PedagogyInternshipGeneralEducation(G.E.7)GeneralEducation(G.E.8)2211244MUA498SeniorPedagogyProjectMUE3xxMajorEnsembleMUE380ChamberMusicGeneralEducation(G.E.9)GeneralEducation(G.E.10)Elective411442 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 16 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 16 DegreeCreditHours 12412BachelorofMusic(B.M.)inPianoPerformanceandPedagogyProgramCombinedMajorinPianoPerformanceandPedagogyWealreadyknowofcurrentandfuturestudentswhowouldliketopursueacombinedmajorinpianoperformanceandpianopedagogy.Thismakesgoodsensebecause,althoughmanymusicianswhoteachmusicdonotperformprofessionally,mostmusicianswhoperformprofessionallyalsoteach.OaklandsmusicprogramalreadyoffersaBachelorofMusicdegreeprogramthatcontainsacombinedmajorinPerformanceandMusicEducation.Thisprogramisdescribedinthecatalogasacombinedmajor(andnotadoublemajor)becauseOaklandpolicyprohibitsstudentsfrompursuingadoublemajorwhenthereisconsiderableoverlapbetweenthetwomajors.IfstudentswishtopursueaBMinbothperformanceandpedagogy,toremainwithinOaklandpolicy,weneedtoofferacombinedmajor:aBachelorofMusicinPianoPerformanceandPedagogy.Thereforeinthesectionthatfollows,weshowwhattheinformationjustsharedwouldlooklikeforthecombinedmajor.NotethatstudentswouldberequiredtocompleteallrequirementsforboththePianoPerformanceandthePianoPedagogydegreeprograms.Inreality,however,theonlydifferenceisthenumberofcreditsofappliedstudy,thelengthanddifficultyofthemusicstudied,andthelengthoftheseniorrecital(1hourinsteadof30minutes).Withthe1-hourrecital(MUA499),studentspursuingthecombinedmajorwouldnotalsotakeMUA498.TheNASMCurricularTablefortheproposedcombinedprogramisonthenextpage.13NASMCurricularTableforProposedCombinedProgramProgramTitle:BachelorofMusicinPianoPerformanceandPedagogy NumberofYearstoCompletetheProgram:4.5ProgramSubmittedfor:PlanApprovalCurrentSemestersEnrollmentinMajors:n/aNameofProgramSupervisor:TianTian,AssistantProfessorofMusicPiano MajorAreaofPerformanceSupportiveCoursesinMusicPedagogy GeneralStudies TotalNumberofCreditsPianoPedagogy40credits33.3%*38credits31.7%18credits16.6%36credits30% 130*percentagesbasedon120credits.MajorAreaofPerformance(generally20-30%) MUA101-401 AppliedPiano 20credits MUA499 SeniorRecital(includeslastsemesterofappliedstudy) 4credits MUA375 AccompanyingforPianoMajors 2credits MUA443,444 KeyboardTechniquesforthePianoMajorI,II 4credits MUE3xx Ensemble 8credits MUE380ChamberMusic2creditsTotalMajorAreaofPerformance 40creditsSupportiveCoursesinMusic(generally20%-30%) MUT112 TheoryI 3credits MUT113 AuralSkillsI 1credit MUT114 TheoryII 3credits MUT115 AuralSkillsII 1credit MUT212 TheoryIII 3credits MUT213 AuralSkillsIII 1credit MUT214 TheoryIV 3credits MUT215 AuralSkillsIV 1credit MUS131 HistoryandLiteratureofWesternTonalMusic(G.E.1) 3credits MUS132 MusicofWorldCultures 3credits MUS331 HistoryandLiteratureofMedievalandRenaissanceMusic 3credits MUS332 HistoryandLit.ofWesternMusicfromca.1900tothePresent 3credits MUT311 MusicalAnalysisandForm 4credits MUSorMUT___ TheoryorHistoryUpperLevelElective 4credits MUS395 ConductingI 2creditsTotalSupportiveCourses 38credits14CoursesinPedagogy(generally15%-20%) MUS441-442 PianoPedagogyI,II(2+2) 4credits MUS443-444 PianoPedagogyIII,IV(3+3) 6credits MUS445 PedagogyInternship 2credits MUA498 SeniorPedagogyProject 2credits MUS455,457 PianoRepertoireI,II 4credits TotalPedagogyCourses 18creditsGeneralStudies(generally25%-35%) WritingFoundation 4credits WritingIntensiveinGeneralEducation(candouble-count) (4)credits WritingIntensiveinMajor(candouble-count) (4)credits Arts(inthiscase,MUS131,partofmajor) (4)credits Literature 4credits ForeignLanguageandLiteratureI 4credits GlobalPerspective 4credits WesternCivilization 4credits SocialScience 4credits NaturalScienceandTechnology 4credits FormalReasoning 4credits KnowledgeApplications 4credits Capstone(candouble-count) (4)credits Diversity(candouble-count) (4)creditsTotalGeneralStudies 36/40creditsAdmissionRequirementsfortheProposedB.M.inPianoPerformanceandPedagogyTheadmissionrequirementswouldbethesameasthoseforallBachelorofMusicprograms.Forthespecificrequirements,pleaseseetheproposedcatalogcopyonpage17.PlanofStudyfortheProposedBachelorofMusicinPianoPerformanceandPedagogyOnthenextpageisaplanofstudyforstudentswhowishtocompletetheBachelorofMusicinPianoPerformanceandPedagogyprogramin4.5years.15PlanofStudy:B.M.inPianoPerformanceandPedagogyPianiststendtobeverygoodstudentsinallareas.Thefifthyearincludedaboveplanstimeforextralessonsandpracticeinanticipationoftherecital.Inreality,manypianistsbringinAPcoursesorcoursestheytookthroughdual-enrollment.Manyalsoplaceoutofbasictheoryandauralskills.Astudentsuchasonedescribedheremightcompletethecombineddegreeprogramin4years.Year Fall Cr Winter CrFRESHMANMUA101AppliedPianoMUT112MusicTheoryIMUT113AuralSkillsIMUA443KeyboardSkillsIMUS131Hist/LitofWesternTonalMusic(G.E.1ArtExploration)MUE3xxMajorEnsembleWRT1502312314MUA101AppliedPianoMUT114MusicTheoryIIMUT115AuralSkillsIIMUA444KeyboardSkillsIIMUS132MusicofWorldCulturesMUE3xxMajorEnsembleWRT160(G.E.2)2312314 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 16 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 16 Fall Cr Winter CrSOPHOMORE MUA201AppliedPianoMUT212MusicTheoryIIIMUT213AuralSkillsIIIMUS421PianoPedagogyIMUS331Hist/LitofMedieval/RenaissanceMUE3xxMajorEnsembleLanguage114(G.E.3)2312314MUA201AppliedPianoMUT214MusicTheoryIVMUT215AuralSkillsIVMUS422PianoPedagogyIIMUS332Hist/LitofWest.Mus.Fr.1850MUE3xxMajorEnsembleGeneralEducation(G.E.4)2312314 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 16 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 16 Fall Cr Winter CrJUNIORMUA301AppliedPianoMUS455PianoRepertoireIMUS443PianoPedagogyIIIMUT311MusicalFormandAnalysisMUE3xxMajorEnsembleMUS395ConductingI423412MUA301AppliedPianoMUS457PianoRepertoireIIMUS444PianoPedagogyIVMUE3xxMajorEnsembleGeneralEducation(G.E.5)Theory/HistoryUpperLevelElective423144 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 16 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 18 Fall Cr Winter CrSENIORMUA401AppliedPianoMUA375AccompanyingMUE3xxMajorEnsembleMUE380ChamberMusicMUS445PedagogyInternshipGeneralEducation(G.E.6)421124(MUA401AppliedPiano)MUE3xxMajorEnsembleMUE380ChamberMusicMUA498SeniorPedagogyProjectGeneralEducation(G.E.7)GeneralEducation(G.E.8)211244 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 14 TOTALCREDITHOURS: 15 Fall Cr Winter Cr5th year MUA499SeniorRecitalGeneralEducation(G.E.9)GeneralEducation(G.E.10)444TOTALCREDITHOURS: 12 DegreeCreditHours 130 16AcademicUnitHowtheProposedProgramsServetheGoalsoftheDepartmentTheDepartmentsstatementsofitsroleandmissionincludethat TheDepartmentservesOaklandUniversitybyeducatingartsprofessionals. TheDepartmentservestheregionbyprovidingsupportforprofessionalartistsandartseducators.ThegoalsoftheMusicPrograminclude:Studentswilldevelopunderstandingofmusic,howitiscreatedandorganized,andhowitfunctionswithinabroadrangeofstyles,genres,andsocial,cultural,andhistoricalcontexts.Thisincludeshistoricalandtheoreticalknowledgeofmusicaswellastheknowledgeandskillsnecessarytocarryoutmusicalperformance,analysis,creationoforiginalmusic,andteachingofmusictoothers.TheproposedprogramsfallwellwithintheDepartmentsandMusicProgramsgoals,mission,androle.Further,theDepartmenthasalwaysaspiredtoincreasethesizeofthepianoprogram,asithasalwaysbeenasmallprogramwithoutstrongleadership.Withthecurrentnewfacultyandtheseproposedprograms,wehavegreatpotentialforachievingthisgoalandbetterservingOaklandstudentsandtheregion.StaffSupportfortheProposedProgramsTheproposedprogramswouldbearelativelysmallandshouldnotrequireanyadditionalstaffsupportbeyondthesupportoftherestofthemusicprograms.FacultyQualificationsThefacultywhoteachtheBMpianoperformancestudentsarethesamefacultywhowouldberesponsiblefortheproposedprograms.Noadditionalexpertisewouldberequiredtoofferthisprogram.AppendixAcontainsabbreviatedcurriculumvitaeforthepianofaculty.ResourcesTheproposedprogramshavelittleadditionalcost.ThebulkoftheprogramisconstructedofcoursesthatservealltheBMprogramsand,inmanycases,theBAinMusicaswell.Theproposedprogramsalsowouldnotrequireanyadditionalspaceorequipment,asthecourseswouldbetaughtinoneofthecurrentpianostudios.17AcademicDirectionandOversightTianTian,AssistantProfessorofMusicPiano,isthecoordinatorofthedepartmentskeyboardprograms.Shewouldaddresponsibilityforthisnewprogramtohercurrentload.ProfessorTianestimatesthathespendsabout5%ofhertimeadministeringandcoordinatingtheseprograms.Thethreepianofacultyworktogethercloselytomonitorthepianoprogramsandstudentprogressandsuccessintheseprograms.Thesefacultywouldalsofunctionastheadmissionscommitteeforthisprogram.CatalogDescriptionfortheB.M.inPianoPedagogyBelow,thecatalogcopyfortheBMinpianoperformanceisadaptedfortheproposedBMinpianopedagogy.Additionsareshownwithyellowhighlights.Requirementsforthemajorinpianopedagogy,BachelorofMusicprogramAdmissiontoMusicdegreeprogramsAdmissiontothemusicdegreeprogramsatOaklandUniversity(OU)isatwo-tieredprocess,exceptfortheB.A.inMusic.Thefirststepintheprocessforallstudentsistheentranceaudition.TheseauditionsareheldseveraltimesayearanddeterminewhetherornotastudentwillbeadmittedtoOUinanyofthesedegreeprograms.ForallB.M.programs,thesecondstepisthemajorstandingaudition,whichdetermineswhetherstudentsmaycontinueintheprogram,andiftheycanbeadmittedintoaprofessionalprogramintheschool.EntranceauditionsEntranceauditiondaysareheldseveraltimeseachyear.Theauditionscheduleanddownloadableapplicationareavailableontheschoolwebsiteatwww.oakland.edu/music.Pleasesubmitapplicationtothedepartmentoffice.Studentsshouldbepreparedtodemonstrateproficiencyintheirproposedareaofspecialization. StudentsseekingadmissiontoOaklandUniversityasmusicmajorsorauditionedmusicminorsmustauditionforthemusicfaculty. Studentswhoauditionanddonotenrollwithintwosemestersmustre-audition. Studentswhoenrollandleaveschoolforatleasttwosemestersmustre-audition.Musicstudentswhoenrollandleaveschoolmustre-auditionandalsoretakethetheoryplacementexam.TheBachelorofMusicdegreeisintendedforstudentswhowishpre-professionalandprofessionalpreparationinmusiceducationand/orperformance.StudentsshouldconsulttheUndergraduateMusicHandbookavailableonthedepartmentwebsite,oakland.edu/musicandshouldalsoconsultwiththedepartmentaladviserintheCollegeofArtsandSciencesAdvisingOfficetoplantheirdegreeprogram.18Onlymajorcoursesinwhichagradeofatleast2.0hasbeenearnedwillcounttowardthemajor.Forthisprogram,MUS131satisfiesthegeneraleducationartsrequirement.MUS331and332countaswritingintensiveinthemajor,andMUA4982countsasthegeneraleducationcapstoneinthemajor.Degreerequirementsareasfollows:Appliedmusic-24credits(orplacement) MUA101Piano(4)(2creditspersemester,4creditstotal) MUA201Piano(4)(2creditspersemester,4creditstotal) MUA301Piano(4)(2creditspersemester,4creditstotal) MUA401Piano(2)(1semester,2creditstotal) MUA498SeniorPedagogyProject(4) MUA375-AccompanyingforPianoMajors(2) MUA443-KeyboardSkillsforthePianoMajorI(2) MUA444KeyboardSkillsforthePianoMajorII(2)Musichistory,theory,andworldmusic-32credits(orplacement) MUT112-MusicTheoryI(3)andMUT113-AuralSkillsI(1) MUT114-MusicTheoryII(3)andMUT115-AuralSkillsII(1) MUT212-MusicTheoryIII(3)andMUT213-AuralSkillsIII(1) MUT214-MusicTheoryIV(3)andMUT215-AuralSkillsIV(1) MUT311MusicalAnalysisandForm(4) MUS131-HistoryandLiteratureofWesternTonalMusic(3) MUS132-MusicofWorldCultures(3) MUS331-HistoryandLiteratureofMedievalandRenaissanceMusic(3) MUS332-HistoryandLiteratureofWesternMusicfromca.1850tothePresent(3)Historyortheoryelectivecourse(1course)selectedfrom MUS420-TheNineteenth-CenturySymphony:History,PerformanceandAnalysis(4) MUS423-Berlin'sMusicalCultures:1900-1989(4) MUS430-SeminarinOperaandDrama(4) MUT312-Counterpoint(4) MUT410-AnalysisofMusicSince1900(4)Otherrequiredcourses-18credits(orplacement) MUE380-ChamberMusic(2) MUS441-PianoPedagogyI(2) MUS442-PianoPedagogyII(2) MUS443PianoPedagogyIII(3) MUS444PianoPedagogyIV(3) MUS445PedagogyInternship(2) MUS455-PianoRepertoireI(2) MUS457-PianoRepertoireII(2) 2MUA498,thecapstoneofthepedagogydegree,wouldbeproposedasaGeneralEducationCapstoneinthemajor.19Ensembles-8credits Mustenrollinanensembleeverysemesterofmajor. MUE301-UniversityChorus(0or1) MUE304-OaklandChorale(0or1) MUE319-UniversityChamberOrchestra(0or1) MUE320-OaklandSymphony(0or1) MUE329-SymphonicBand(0or1) MUE331-WindSymphony(0or1) Non-creditrequirements Majorstanding EventsattendancerequirementCatalogDescriptionforB.M.inPianoPerformanceandPedagogyRequirementsforthemajorinpianoperformanceandpedagogy,BachelorofMusicprogramAdmissiontoMusicdegreeprogramsAdmissiontothemusicdegreeprogramsatOaklandUniversity(OU)isatwo-tieredprocess,exceptfortheB.A.inMusic.Thefirststepintheprocessforallstudentsistheentranceaudition.TheseauditionsareheldseveraltimesayearanddeterminewhetherornotastudentwillbeadmittedtoOUinanyofthesedegreeprograms.ForallB.M.programs,thesecondstepisthemajorstandingaudition,whichdetermineswhetherstudentsmaycontinueintheprogram,andiftheycanbeadmittedintoaprofessionalprogramintheschool.EntranceauditionsEntranceauditiondaysareheldseveraltimeseachyear.Theauditionscheduleanddownloadableapplicationareavailableontheschoolwebsiteatwww.oakland.edu/music.Pleasesubmitapplicationtothedepartmentoffice.Studentsshouldbepreparedtodemonstrateproficiencyintheirproposedareaofspecialization. StudentsseekingadmissiontoOaklandUniversityasmusicmajorsorauditionedmusicminorsmustauditionforthemusicfaculty. Studentswhoauditionanddonotenrollwithintwosemestersmustre-audition. Studentswhoenrollandleaveschoolforatleasttwosemestersmustre-audition.Musicstudentswhoenrollandleaveschoolmustre-auditionandalsoretakethetheoryplacementexam.TheBachelorofMusicdegreeisintendedforstudentswhowishpre-professionalandprofessionalpreparationinmusiceducationand/orperformance.StudentsshouldconsulttheUndergraduateMusicHandbookavailableonthedepartmentwebsite,oakland.edu/musicandshouldalsoconsultwiththedepartmentaladviserintheCollegeofArtsandSciencesAdvisingOfficetoplantheirdegreeprogram.20Onlymajorcoursesinwhichagradeofatleast2.0hasbeenearnedwillcounttowardthemajor.Forthisprogram,MUS131satisfiesthegeneraleducationartsrequirement.MUS331and332countaswritingintensiveinthemajor,andMUA499countsasthegeneraleducationcapstoneinthemajor.Degreerequirementsareasfollows:Appliedmusic-32credits(orplacement) MUA101-Piano(4)(2creditspersemester,4creditstotal) MUA201-Piano(4)(2creditspersemester,4creditstotal) MUA301-Piano(8)(4creditspersemester,8creditstotal) MUA401-Piano(4)(onesemester,4creditstotal) MUA498-SeniorPedagogyProject(2) MUA499-SeniorRecital(4) MUA375-AccompanyingforPianoMajors(2) MUA443-KeyboardSkillsforthePianoMajorI(2) MUA444-KeyboardSkillsforthePianoMajorII(2)Musichistory,theory,andworldmusic-32credits(orplacement) MUT112-MusicTheoryI(3)andMUT113-AuralSkillsI(1) MUT114-MusicTheoryII(3)andMUT115-AuralSkillsII(1) MUT212-MusicTheoryIII(3)andMUT213-AuralSkillsIII(1) MUT214-MusicTheoryIV(3)andMUT215-AuralSkillsIV(1) MUT311-MusicalAnalysisandForm(4) MUS131-HistoryandLiteratureofWesternTonalMusic(3) MUS132-MusicofWorldCultures(3) MUS331-HistoryandLiteratureofMedievalandRenaissanceMusic(3) MUS332-HistoryandLiteratureofWesternMusicfromca.1850tothePresent(3)Historyortheoryelectivecourse(1course)selectedfrom MUS420-TheNineteenth-CenturySymphony:History,PerformanceandAnalysis(4) MUS423-Berlin'sMusicalCultures:1900-1989(4) MUS430-SeminarinOperaandDrama(4) MUT312-Counterpoint(4) MUT410-AnalysisofMusicSince1900(4)Otherrequiredcourses-20credits(orplacement) MUA380-ChamberMusic(2) MUS395ConductingI(2) MUS441-PianoPedagogyI(2) MUS442-PianoPedagogyII(2) MUS443PianoPedagogyIII(3) MUS444PianoPedagogyIIV(3) MUS445PedagogyInternship(2) MUS455-PianoRepertoireI(2) MUS457-PianoRepertoireII(2)21Ensembles-8credits Mustenrollinanensembleeverysemesterofmajor. MUE301-UniversityChorus(0or1) MUE304-OaklandChorale(0or1) MUE319-UniversityChamberOrchestra(0or1) MUE320-OaklandSymphony(0or1) MUE329-SymphonicBand(0or1) MUE331-WindSymphony(0or1)Non-creditrequirements Majorstanding EventsattendancerequirementSourceofStudentsandRecruitmentPlanFirst,therearestudentsinthecurrentBMPianoPerformanceprogramwhowouldopttotransferintothistrackbecausetheywouldpreferthepedagogy-orientedfocus.TheBMinPianoPedagogydegreeplanisconstructedinawaythatwouldallowallcoursesintheBMinPianoPerformanceEdtocounttowardtheBMinPianoPedagogy.Therearealsocurrentstudentswhowouldchoosetopursuethecombinedmajorinperformanceandpedagogy.Second,wealwaysmarketourundergraduateprogramstothestudentsandmusicteachersintheregionandbeyond.Wewouldcontinuetodoso,highlightingthenewprogram,seekingtoattractstudentswhoaspiretopursuecareersasstudiopianoteachers.Wewouldalsoadvertisetheprograminnationalprofessionaljournalsreadbypianoteachersinhopesofattractingout-of-statestudentswhoseteachersmightseeouradvertisementandsuggestourprogramtopotentiallyinterestedstudents.AdvisingStudentsThemusicfacultyandCASadviserswhocurrentlyadviseundergraduatemusicstudentswouldcontinuetodoso.RetentionPlanOnepurposeofproposingthisprogramistoincreaserecruitmenttoandretentionintheundergraduatepianoprogrambyofferingtwonewprograms(pedagogyandthecombineddegreeprogram)thatwouldbeperceivedasmorerelevanttosomestudentsweseektoserve.22BusinessesthatWouldEmployProgramGraduatesThestudentsthisprogramwouldlikelybecomeself-employedpianoteachers.Theywouldalsobequalifiedtoworkforlocalbusinessesthatprovidemusiclessonstothecommunity.NeedsandCostsoftheProgramsNewResourcesNeededfortheProgramsNonewresourceswouldbeneeded.Allbut4ofthecoursesintheprogramarealreadyoffered.Thenewcourseswouldfitintothecourserotationinapatternthatwouldenablethecurrentpianofacultytofitthemintotheircurrentloads.5-YearBudgetandRevenuefromProgramThegoalistogrowthepianoprogramenrollment.However,theproformabudgetisbasedonverysmallincreasesinenrollmentbecausewearetryingtoberealistic.Inspiteofthis,becausetheprogramessentiallyhasnoadditionalcost,itisprofitmakingfromthestart.Theproformabudget(p.21)isbased,conservatively,on3newstudentsthefirstyearand2newstudentseachadditionalyear,takingintoaccountthatstudentsshouldgraduateafter4years.LibraryThelibrarycurrentlysupportstheBMinPianoPerformanceprogram.Thesecurrentresourceswouldalsoservetheproposedprogram.Thelibraryhasaskedforanadditional$500tosupportthisprogram,whichisreflectedintheproformabudget.Notethat,althoughthelibraryaskedforthislinetobeshownasincreasingtosupportincreasedcostsovertime,therestoftheproformabudgetisbasedon2015-16funding,notreflectingtheincreasedthatareboundtooccur(asiscustomaryforbudgetsofthistypeatOU).Wethereforecarriedthe$500acrossbecause,inreality,itwillincreasealongwithtuition,facultypay,andcostofrepairs,etc.ThelibraryreportisattachedasAppendixC.ClassroomandEquipmentTheproposedprogramrequiresnoclassroomspace.Thedepartmenthasdedicatedstudiospacethatwouldbeusedforthecoursesthatsupportthisprogram.Nonon-departmentalspacewouldbeused.Therearenoequipmentneedsbeyondwhatthedepartmentalreadyhas.Growthinthepianoprogramwouldnecessitatemorefrequentpianomaintenance,so,withtheexceptionofthefirstyear,wehaveadded$1,000annuallytothedepartmentspianomaintenancebudget.235-YearProformaBudget FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Acct. (Budget) (Budget) (Budget) (Budget) (Budget)RevenueVariables: Headcount(total) 3 5 7 9 9Undergraduate(lower&upper) 3 5 7 9 9TotalCreditHours 72 120 168 216 216Undergraduate 50 90 110 130 150TotalFYES 2.4 4.0 5.6 7.2 7.2Undergraduate(cr.30) 2.4 4.0 5.6 7.2 7.2 TuitionRatePerCreditHour UndergraduateComposite $414.00 $414.00 $414.00 $414.00 $414.00 Revenue Tuition $994 $1,656 $2,318 $2,981 $2,981Other TotalRevenue $994 $1,656 $2,318 $2,981 $2,981 Compensation FacultySalaries 6101 Administrative 6201 Clerical 6211 OtherMonthly 6221 Faculty-Parttime&overload 6301 GraduateAssistantStipend 6311 Wages-assorted 6401 Student 6501 TotalSalaries/Wages FringeBenefits 6701 TotalCompensation OperatingExpenses SuppliesandServices 7101 RepairsandMaintenance 7111 $0 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000Travel 7201 Telephone 7301 Equipment 7501 Library 7401 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500TotalOperatingExpenses $500 $1,500 $1,500 $1,500 $1,500TotalExpenses $500 $1,500 $1,500 $1,500 $1,500Net $494 $156 $818 $1,481 $1,48124ProgramAssessmentPlan StudentachievementandsuccessintheproposedprogramwouldbemeasuredinthesamewaysthedepartmentassessestheotherBachelorofMusicprograms,through: Annualperformancejuries(performedasfinalexaminationsforappliedperformancestudy) Successintheprogramsterminalprojects(seniorpedagogyprojectforpedagogymajorsandseniorrecitalforperformance/pedagogymajors.)FromthedepartmentsAssessmentPlan:SeniorRecitalDuringthelastsemesteroftheBachelorofMusicinPerformanceprogrameachstudentisrequiredtoperformaonehourSeniorRecital.Performancemajorsperformontheirmajorinstrumentsorvoice.ThedepartmentsAppliedMusicCommittee.Arecitalcommitteeisthenselected(3faculty,1ofwhomisgenerally the applied teacher). The student then performs a recital approval jury. Once the recital isapproved,thestudentpresentsapublicrecital.Therecitaljuryattendstherecitalandprovidesverbalandwrittenfeedbacktothestudent.Studentsmustearnagradeofat least3.0intherecital inordertoqualifyforthedegreesought.AsampleassessmentrubricfortheseniorrecitalisattachedasAppendixC.Student success in the recital is also a measure of the effectiveness of the music performanceprogram.ThefollowinglanguagewouldbeaddedtothedepartmentsAssessmentPlantodescribeSeniorPedagogyProject:SeniorProjectWhentheBachelorofMusiccourseworkiscompleteornearcompletion,allpedagogymajorsengageinaprojectthatcouldinvolveperformance,libraryresearch,and/ormodelteaching.Eachstudentselectsa topic under the guidance of the project adviser and completes the project with guidance from theadviser.Studentsmustearnagradeofatleast3.0intheprojectinordertoqualifyforthedegreesought. SeniorProjectAssessmentRubricCharacteristicsofanExcellentSeniorProjectfortheBachelorofMusicinPianoPedagogyPercentagePossiblePercentageEarnedB.M.inPianoPedagogyLearningObjectivesDemonstratesthedegreecandidatesachievementinperformanceskillsandrepresentativerepertoireinanarticulatemanner.40% Obj.BPed1through6(Seepp.3ofthisproposal.)Demonstratesthedegreecandidatesunderstandingofmusiclearningprocessesreflectedbyusingappropriatepedagogicalstrategies,techniques,methods,materialsandrepertoireswithstudentsfrombeginningthroughadvancedlevels.60% Obj.BPed7through14(Seepp.3-4ofthisproposal.)25AppendixA:AbbreviatedFacultyVitaeThissectioncontainsinformationaboutthethreepianofaculty.StudentsintheBMinPianoPedagogyprogramwouldalsobetaughtbyandinteractwithnumerousmusicfaculty.Almostallfull-timemusicfacultyteachintheBachelorofMusicprogram.CompleteCurriculumVitaeavailableuponrequest.NameTianTian,DMAAssistantProfessorofMusicPianoOffice310VarnerPhone370-2048Emailttian@oakland.eduEducationDMAPianoPerformanceEastman20082011MMPianoPerformanceJuilliard20062008BMPianoPerformanceJuilliard20022006Scholarly/ArtisticInterestsPianoperformancesoloandcollaborativePianopedagogyMostRecentPerformances(mostrecent6)2/14/16CourantArtistShowcaseConcertBethlehemUnitedChurch,AnnArborMI1/24/16FacultyChamberMusicConcertOaklandUniversity,RochesterMI11/22/15SoloistwithOaklandSymphonyOrchestraOaklandUniversity,RochesterMI5/22/15BinzhouConferenceCenterBinzhou,Shandong,China5/12/15CourantArtistConcertKerrytownHouse,AnnArborMI3/23/15SoloRecitalUniversityofCentralMissouriMostRecentAcademicActivities(mostrecent5)GuestProfessorappointmentat9differentChineseUniversities.Annual,orbi-annualvisitsincludeconcerts,lectures,masterclassesandappliedlessons.1/18/16GuestMasterclassforMDMLTeachersGroupEvolaMusic,BloomfieldMI12/5/15GuestSpeakerforLivoniaAreaPianoTeachersSteinwayGallery,CommerceMI5/28/15GuestPresenteratShandongUniversityofTechnologyZibo,Shandong,China5/24-5/26FacultyResidencyatShandongNormalUniversityJinan,Shandong,China5/20-21FacultyresidencyatBingzhouUniversityBingzhou,Shandong,ChinaCoursesTaught(relevanttonewdegree)MUA101-501AppliedPianoMUS441/541PianoPedagogyIMUS442/542PianoPedagogyIIMUS455/555PianoRepertoireIMUS457/557PianoRepertoireIIMUA499SeniorRecitalMUS695MastersProjectMUA695MastersRecitalProspectiveCourses(relevanttonewdegree)MUS443/543PianoPedagogyIIIMUS444/544PianoPedagogyIVMUS445PianoPedagogyInternshipMUA498SeniorPedagogyProject26NameRebeccaHappel,DMAMusicLecturer&AppliedPianoInstructorOfficePhoneEmailhappel@oakland.eduEducationDMAPianoPerformance,UniversityofMichigan(1983)MMPianoPerformance,UniversityofMichigan(1980)BMPianoPerformance,UniversityofMichigan(1978)Scholarly/ArtisticInterestsMusicofNikolaiMedtnerNon-mainstreampianoliteraturePianoPedagogyOperacoaching,chambermusicMostRecentPerformances(orotherscholarship)(mostrecent6)3/14/2016Neglectedgemsofthepianorepertoire,VivaceMusicClub,Shelby,MI3/11/2016Alumniconcert,OaklandUniversity2/11/2016BloomfieldCabletelevision,chamberworksofSchubert1/24/2016FacultyChamberMusicrecital,OaklandUniversity4/1/2015TributetoMortonLauridson,OrchestraHall,Detroit3/23/2015LiederkranzcompetitionwithAshleyBahri,NYCCoursesTaught(relevanttonewdegree)MUA101-501AppliedPianoMUS455/555PianoRepertoireIMUS457/557PianoRepertoireIIMUA375AccompanyingforPianoMajorsProspectiveCourses(relevanttonewdegree)MUS445PianoPedagogyInternshipMUA498SeniorPedagogyProject27NameI-ChenYeh,DMAAppliedPianoInstructorCoordinatorofInstrumentalAccompanyingOfficePhoneEmailyeh@oakland.eduEducationDMAPianoPerformance,BowlingGreenStateUniversity(2010)MMPianoPerformance,EastmanSchoolofMusic(2006)BMPianoPerformance,OberlinConservatory(2003)Scholarly/ArtisticInterestsCollaborativepianistspecializinginperformanceofcontemporarymusicMostRecentPerformances(orotherscholarship)(mostrecent6)2/7/2016GrossePointeChamberMusicSeries-GrossePointeWarMemorial,MI1/17/2016FeaturedGuestArtistRecitalwithJeffreyHeislerUniversityofEvansville,IN12/4/2015KentStateUniversityNewMusicEnsembleConcertKentStateUniversity,OH10/11/2015ClevelandComposersGuildConcertClevelandStateUniversity,OH9/23/2015OaklandUniversityFacultySaxophoneRecitalOaklandUniversity,MI8/2/2015SharonSparrow(DSOflautist)FluteRecitalSouthHaven,MICoursesTaught(relevanttonewdegree)MUA101-501AppliedPianoProspectiveCourses(relevanttonewdegree)MUS445PianoPedagogyInternshipMUA498SeniorPedagogyProject28AppendixB:SyllabiThissectioncontainssyllabiforthefourproposednewcoursesandforrevisionsofthetwoextantpianopedagogycourses.OAKLANDUNIVERSITYCOLLEGEOFARTSANDSCIENCESDEPARTMENTOFMUSIC,THEATREANDDANCEMUS441(4541):PianoPedagogyI2creditsInstructor:TianTianTerm:Fall2016 Office:310VarnerClassTime:Mondays4:00-6:30pm;Room310Varner Phone:248-370-2048OfficeHours:Byappointment ttian@oakland.edu COURSECATALOGDESCRIPTION:Instructionalstrategiesforteachingthebeginningpianostudent,includingmethods,materialsandtheuseofmusictechnology.Variousaspectsofestablishingandmanagingapianostudiowillbeaddressed.Studentswillengageinpairedmicroteachingandreceivefeedbackfrompeersandteacher.Prerequisite(s):permissionofinstructor.Thecoursewillprovideinstructionalstrategiesforteachingbeginningpianostudentsthroughevaluatingvariousmethods,discussingteachingtechniques,findingsupplementarymaterials,andusingmusictechnology.Variousaspectsofestablishingandmanagingapianostudiowillalsobeaddressed.Weeklyobservationisrequired.LEARNINGOUTCOMES:Bytheendofthesemester,studentswillbeequippedwithskillsto:1. Startaprivatestudio:designabrochure,teachingphilosophyandstudiopolicy.2. Maintain a studio: know the business side of a private studio, how to manage scheduling of lessons,payment,parking/lawn/propertyandsafetypolicies.3. Evaluateandchoosetheproperteachingmethodandphilosophyforindividualstudents.4. Developtechnique,reading,pulse,rhythm,theoryandauralskillsforbeginnerstudents.5. Deviseweeklyplansfor individualsusingthechosenteachingmethodandaddressallelementslistedinItem#4.REQUIREDTEXT:1. Haroutounian,Joanne.FourthFingeronB-flat:EffectiveStrategiesforTeachingPiano.SanDiego:NeilA.KjosMusic,20122. TheMusicTree:TimetoBegin,MusicTree1,2a,2bSUPPLEMENTARYTEXTS:1. Chronister, Richard and Edward Darling. A Piano Teachers Legacy: Selected Writings by RichardChronister.NewJersey:TheFrancesClarkCenterforKeyboardPedagogy,20052. Uszler,Marienne,andStewartGordon.TheWell-temperedKeyboardTeacher.NewYork:Schirmer,19913. Jacobson,JeaningMae,andE.L.Lancaster.ProfessionalPianoTeaching:AComprehensivePianoPedagogyTextbookforTeachingElementary-LevelStudents.LosAngeles:AlfredPub.20064. Jordan,Martha.PracticalPianoPedagogy:TheDefinitiveTextforPianoTeachersandPedagogyStudents.Miami,FL:WarnerBrothers,200429COURSEFORMAT:Tolearnhowtoteach,onemustactuallyteach.Eachweek,thecoursewill introducenewphilosophies,pianistictechniques/skillsandbusinesselementstohelpayoungteachertorunastudio,andpreparethefirst12weeksofabeginnerstudentsstudyprogram,Eachsessionwillbebrokenupinto5smallfragments:1. Discussionofweeklyreadingassignments30minutes.2. Discussionofweeklytechniqueskills30minutes.3. Discussionofhowtorunaprivatestudioasabusiness15minutes.4. DiscussionoflessonplansfromTheMusicTree,andorothermethods30minutes.5. MiniLessonforabeginnerstudentapplyinginformationdiscussedinItems1-3fromthepreviousweek30minutes.ASSIGNMENTS:1. Weeklyreadings,dueonthefollowingclassfordiscussion.Smallassignmentsmayaccompanythereadingtoensureunderstandingandapplication.2. Astudiobrochureforadvertisementandrecruitment,due10/5/2015.3. ClasspresentationofONEteachingmethod,due10/19/2015.4. Ateachingdemonstrationofanassignedpiece,assignedtimesusingtheMini-lessonsessionson11/9and11/16.5. Twoteachingobservationsoutsideofclass:onedueon10/12,onedueon11/30/2015.6. Notebook:dividedin5sectionsaccordingtotheclasslectures.Itshouldcontainallreadingsnotes,classnotes,classhandouts,andassignments.GRADING:GeneralGradingSystem:A:90-100%;B:80-89%;C:70-79%;D:60-69%NoCredit:F:below60%-hasnotcompletedrequirements,norwithdrawalofficiallybeforedropdate.SpecificClassGradingSystem:ClassAssignmentsandPresentations:40%ClassParticipationandAttendance:10%TeacherObservations:10%Notebook:15%Final:25% CLASSPOLICIES:1. Academicconductpolicy:AllmembersoftheacademiccommunityatOaklandUniversityareexpectedtopracticeandupholdstandardsofacademicintegrityandhonesty.Academicintegritymeansrepresentingoneselfandonesworkhonestly.Misrepresentationischeatingsinceitmeansstudentsareclaimingcreditforideasorworknotactuallytheirsandaretherebyseekingagradethatisnotactuallyearned.Followingaresomeexamplesofacademicdishonesty:a. Cheatingonexaminations.b. Plagiarizingtheworkofothers.Plagiarismisusingsomeoneelsesworkorideaswithoutgivingthatpersoncredit;bydoingthisstudentsare,ineffect,claimingcreditforsomeoneelsesthinking.c. Falsifyingrecords,orprovidingmisinformationregardingonescredentials.d. Unauthorizedcollaborationoncomputerassignmentsandunauthorizedaccesstoanduseofcomputerprograms,includingmodifyingcomputerfilescreatedbyothersandrepresentingthatworkasonesown.2. Add/Drops:Theuniversitypolicywillbeexplicitlyfollowed.Itisthestudentsresponsibilitytobeawareofdeadlinedatesfordroppingcourses.3. SpecialConsiderations:StudentswithdisabilitieswhomayrequirespecialaccommodationsshouldmakeanappointmentwithcampusDisabilitySupportServices,106NorthFoundationHall,phone248-370-3266.StudentsshouldalsobringtheirneedstotheattentionoftheinstructorassoonaspossiblebyprovidingtheLetterof30AccommodationscreatedbyDSS.Foracademichelp,suchasstudyandreadingskills,contacttheAcademicSkills/TutoringCenter,103NorthFoundationHall,phone248-370-4215.4. ExcusedAbsencePolicyThispolicyforuniversityexcusedabsencesappliestoparticipationasanathlete,managerorstudenttrainerinNCAAintercollegiatecompetitions,orparticipationasarepresentativeofOaklandUniversityatacademiceventsandartisticperformancesapprovedbytheProvostordesignee.Studentsshallinformtheirinstructorsofdatestheywillmissclassduetoanexcusedabsencepriortothedateofthatanticipatedabsence.Foractivitiessuchasathleticcompetitionswhoschedulesareknownpriortothestartofaterm,studentsmustprovidetheirinstructorsduringthefirstweekofeachtermawrittenscheduleshowingdaystheyexpecttomissclasses.Forotheruniversityexcusedabsencesstudentsmustprovideeachinstructorattheearliestpossibletimethedatesthattheywillmiss.Make-upworko Itistheresponsibilityofthestudenttorequestfromtheinstructoranopportunitytocompletemissedassignments,activities,labs,examinationsorothercourserequirementsinatimelymanner.o Studentsareresponsibleforallmaterialcoveredinclassesthattheymiss,evenwhentheirabsencesareexcused,asdefinedabove.o Missedclassroomactivitieswillberescheduledatthediscretionoftheinstructor.5. AttendancePolicy:NOUNEXCUSEDabsencesareallowed.TWOEXCUSEDabsencesareallowedwithcompletionofassignments.5%willbedroppedforeachunexcusedabsence,orexcusedabsencesabovetwo.6. Assignmentsmustbesubmittedbytheduedate.7. Missedpresentationswillnotbemadeup.8. ReadingmaterialsoutsideoftherequiredtextbookwillbepostedMoodle,orhandedoutinclass.9. Notextingorphonecallsduringclass.31OAKLANDUNIVERSITYCOLLEGEOFARTSANDSCIENCESDEPARTMENTOFMUSIC,THEATREANDDANCEMUS442(4542):PianoPedagogyII2creditsInstructor:TianTianTerm:Winter2017 Office:310VarnerClassTime:Mondays4:00-6:30pm;Room310Varner Phone:248-370-2048OfficeHours:Byappointment ttian@oakland.edu COURSECATALOGDESCRIPTION:Instructionalstrategiesforteachingtheintermediateandadvancedpianostudent,includingmethods,materials,repertoireandtheuseofmusictechnology.Studentswillengageinpairedmicroteachingandreceivefeedbackfrompeersandteacher.Prerequisite(s):MUS441(4541).Thecoursewillprovideinstructionalstrategiesforteachingintermediateearlyadvancedpianostudentswhoareclosetocompleting,and/orarebeyondmethodbooks(3-6yearsofstudy).ThecoursewillalsointroducedifferentAchievementtestsavailablearoundthecountry,anddiscusshowteacherscansuccessfullypreparetheirstudentsforeach.Wewillalsocontinuetodiscusstechniques,repertoireandmusicianshipdevelopment.SincethisisthesecondsemesterofPedagogy,wewouldfocusmoreonhands-onteachingexperiences,whichwillincludestudent-teachopportunitiesandobservations.LEARNINGOUTCOMES:Bytheendofthesemester,studentswillbeequippedwithskillsto:1. Continuetosuccessfullymaintainastudiobyfollowingthestudiophilosophyandpolicy.2. Befamiliarwithrepertoirebeyondmethodbooks.3. Developtechnique,reading,pulse,rhythm,theoryandauralskillsforintermediatestudents.4. Deviseweeklyplansforpreparingstudentsforachievementtests,concertsandcompetitions.REQUIREDTEXT:1. Haroutounian,Joanne.FourthFingeronB-flat:EffectiveStrategiesforTeachingPiano.SanDiego:NeilA.KjosMusic,20122. Gerig,ReginaldR.FamousPianists&TheirTechniques.IndianaUniversityPress,20073. BastienRepertoires3and4SUPPLEMENTARYTEXTS:1. Magrath, Jane. The PianistsGuide to Standard Teaching andPerformance Literature. Alfred PublishingCo.,Inc.19952. Chronister, Richard and Edward Darling. A Piano Teachers Legacy: Selected Writings by RichardChronister.NewJersey:TheFrancesClarkCenterforKeyboardPedagogy,20053. Uszler,Marienne,andStewartGordon.TheWell-temperedKeyboardTeacher.NewYork:Schirmer,19914. Jacobson,JeaningMae,andE.L.Lancaster.ProfessionalPianoTeaching:AComprehensivePianoPedagogyTextbookforTeachingElementary-LevelStudents.LosAngeles:AlfredPub.20065. Jordan,Martha.PracticalPianoPedagogy:TheDefinitiveTextforPianoTeachersandPedagogyStudents.Miami,FL:WarnerBrothers,20046. SupplmentaryScores:Specificscoreswillbeusedforclassdiscussionandteachingdemonstration.Therewillbeaseparatelistandwillbeupdatedasthesemesterprogresses.COURSEFORMAT:To learn how to teach, one must actually teach. After one semester of Pedagogy, students are expected todemonstrate teaching skillsbyapplyingknowledge learnedanddiscussed inclass.Eachweek, therewillbe twoseparatesessions:321. 75-minutes:Lectureonspecifictopicsandteacherteaching-demo.2. 60-minutes: Student teaching demo. Each week, two groups will each teach a 30-minute lesson,addressingspecificissuesandtasks.ASSIGNMENTS:1. Readings,dueonthefollowingclassfordiscussion.Smallassignmentsmayaccompanythereadingtoensureunderstandingandapplication.2. TeachingDemonstrations.3. Twoteachingobservationsoutsideofclass:onedueon2/11/2016,onedue3/31/2016.4. FinalProject:TeachingCurriculumdue4/14/2016.5. Notebook:dividedin2sections:ClassDiscussionandTeachingDemonstrations,due4/14/2016.GRADING:GeneralGradingSystem:A:90-100%;B:80-89%;C:70-79%;D:60-69%NoCredit:F:below60%-hasnotcompletedrequirements,norwithdrawalofficiallybeforedropdate.SpecificClassGradingSystem:ClassAssignments:20%TeachingDemonstrations:20%TeacherObservations:10%ClassParticipationandAttendance:15%Notebook:10%FinalProject:25% CLASSPOLICIES:1. Academicconductpolicy:AllmembersoftheacademiccommunityatOaklandUniversityareexpectedtopracticeandupholdstandardsofacademicintegrityandhonesty.Academicintegritymeansrepresentingoneselfandonesworkhonestly.Misrepresentationischeatingsinceitmeansstudentsareclaimingcreditforideasorworknotactuallytheirsandaretherebyseekingagradethatisnotactuallyearned.Followingaresomeexamplesofacademicdishonesty:a. Cheatingonexaminations.b. Plagiarizingtheworkofothers.Plagiarismisusingsomeoneelsesworkorideaswithoutgivingthatpersoncredit;bydoingthisstudentsare,ineffect,claimingcreditforsomeoneelsesthinking.c. Falsifyingrecords,orprovidingmisinformationregardingonescredentials.d. Unauthorizedcollaborationoncomputerassignmentsandunauthorizedaccesstoanduseofcomputerprograms,includingmodifyingcomputerfilescreatedbyothersandrepresentingthatworkasonesown.2. Add/Drops:Theuniversitypolicywillbeexplicitlyfollowed.Itisthestudentsresponsibilitytobeawareofdeadlinedatesfordroppingcourses.3. SpecialConsiderations:StudentswithdisabilitieswhomayrequirespecialaccommodationsshouldmakeanappointmentwithcampusDisabilitySupportServices,106NorthFoundationHall,phone248-370-3266.StudentsshouldalsobringtheirneedstotheattentionoftheinstructorassoonaspossiblebyprovidingtheLetterofAccommodationscreatedbyDSS.Foracademichelp,suchasstudyandreadingskills,contacttheAcademicSkills/TutoringCenter,103NorthFoundationHall,phone248-370-4215.4. ExcusedAbsencePolicyThispolicyforuniversityexcusedabsencesappliestoparticipationasanathlete,managerorstudenttrainerinNCAAintercollegiatecompetitions,orparticipationasarepresentativeofOaklandUniversityatacademiceventsandartisticperformancesapprovedbytheProvostordesignee.Studentsshallinformtheirinstructorsofdatestheywillmissclassduetoanexcusedabsencepriortothedateofthatanticipatedabsence.Foractivitiessuchasathleticcompetitionswhoschedulesareknown33priortothestartofaterm,studentsmustprovidetheirinstructorsduringthefirstweekofeachtermawrittenscheduleshowingdaystheyexpecttomissclasses.Forotheruniversityexcusedabsencesstudentsmustprovideeachinstructorattheearliestpossibletimethedatesthattheywillmiss.Make-upworko Itistheresponsibilityofthestudenttorequestfromtheinstructoranopportunitytocompletemissedassignments,activities,labs,examinationsorothercourserequirementsinatimelymanner.o Studentsareresponsibleforallmaterialcoveredinclassesthattheymiss,evenwhentheirabsencesareexcused,asdefinedabove.o Missedclassroomactivitieswillberescheduledatthediscretionoftheinstructor.5. AttendancePolicy:NOUNEXCUSEDabsencesareallowed.TWOEXCUSEDabsencesareallowedwithcompletionofassignments.5%willbedroppedforeachunexcusedabsence,orexcusedabsencesabovetwo.6. Assignmentsmustbesubmittedbytheduedate.7. Missedpresentationswillnotbemadeup.8. ReadingmaterialsoutsideoftherequiredtextbookwillbepostedMoodle,orhandedoutinclass.9. Notextingorphonecallsduringclass.34OAKLANDUNIVERSITYCOLLEGEOFARTSANDSCIENCESDEPARTMENTOFMUSIC,THEATREANDDANCEMUS443(4543):PianoPedagogyIII3creditsInstructor:TianTianTerm:Fall2017 Office:310VarnerClassTime:Mondays4:00-6:30pm;Room310Varner Phone:248-370-2048OfficeHours:Byappointment ttian@oakland.edu COURSECATALOGDESCRIPTION:Instructional strategies for teaching advanced baroque-classical repertoire, including score analysis, periodperformance practice, continued technical training, andmusicianship development. Studentswill engage inpairedmicroteachingandreceivefeedbackfrompeersandteacher.Prerequisite(s):MUS442(4542). Assometeachersarecomfortablewithfocusingtheirworkonbeginner-intermediatestudents,itwouldbeapitytolimitourselvestoonlyasmallgroupofpianists.Thiscoursewillprovideinstructionalstrategiesforteachingadvancedrepertoirefrompre-BaroquetoBeethoven.Wewilldiscussscoreanalysisforthepianoteacherandforthepianists,aswellasthetechniqueandmusicianshiprequiredtoplaymasterworksofthepianorepertoire.ThiscoursewilloverlapwiththePianoLiteratureclassessothattherepertoirecanbeintroducedinoneandstudentscanlearnhowtoteachthemintheother. LEARNINGOUTCOMES:Bytheendofthesemester,studentswillbeequippedwithskillsto:1. Continuetosuccessfullymaintainastudiobyfollowingthestudiophilosophyandpolicy.2. Understandhow to teachadvanced repertoire, suchasScarlatti Sonatas,BachSuitesandPreludesandFugues.3. Developtechnique,reading,pulse,rhythm,theoryandauralskillsforadvancedstudents.4. Deviseweeklyplansforpreparingstudentsforconcertsandcompetitions. REQUIREDTEXT:1. CPEBach:EssayontheTrueArtofKeyboardPlaying2. BachWTCIandII;BachSuites3. HaydnPianoSonatas4. MozartPianoSonatas SUPPLEMENTARYTEXTS:1. Chronister, Richard and Edward Darling. A Piano Teachers Legacy: Selected Writings by RichardChronister.NewJersey:TheFrancesClarkCenterforKeyboardPedagogy,20052. Uszler,Marienne,andStewartGordon.TheWell-temperedKeyboardTeacher.NewYork:Schirmer,19913. Jacobson,JeaningMae,andE.L.Lancaster.ProfessionalPianoTeaching:AComprehensivePianoPedagogyTextbookforTeachingElementary-LevelStudents.LosAngeles:AlfredPub.20064. Jordan,Martha.PracticalPianoPedagogy:TheDefinitiveTextforPianoTeachersandPedagogyStudents.Miami,FL:WarnerBrothers,2004 COURSEFORMAT:Teachingadvancedrepertoireandstudents iscompletelydifferent frombeginners.Teachersmustbe learned intheory and music history as well as piano techniques. Each class will be more focused on score analysis,interpretationandteachingdemonstrations:1. Scoreanalysis:30minutes.1. Techniquebreakdown,learningapproachesandpracticemethods:15minutes.2. Teachingdemonstration:30minutes.3. Studentteachingdemonstration:30minutes.35ASSIGNMENTS:1. Weeklyrepertoireanalysis,dueonthefollowingclassfordiscussion.2. Teachingsummaryonacomposerofchoice:Scarlatti,Haydn,Clementi,orMozart.3. Threerecordedteachingdemonstrationswithpre-collegestudents.4. Twoteachingobservationsoutsideofclass:onedueon10/12,onedueon11/30/2015.5. Notebook:dividedin5sectionsaccordingtotheclasslectures.Itshouldcontainallreadingsnotes,classnotes,classhandouts,andassignments.GRADING:GeneralGradingSystem:A:90-100%;B:80-89%;C:70-79%;D:60-69%NoCredit:F:below60%-hasnotcompletedrequirements,norwithdrawalofficiallybeforedropdate.SpecificClassGradingSystem:Student-TeachObservation:25%ClassAssignmentsandPresentations:20%TeacherObservations:10%ClassParticipationandAttendance:10%Notebook:10%Final:25% CLASSPOLICIES:1. Academicconductpolicy:AllmembersoftheacademiccommunityatOaklandUniversityareexpectedtopracticeandupholdstandardsofacademicintegrityandhonesty.Academicintegritymeansrepresentingoneselfandonesworkhonestly.Misrepresentationischeatingsinceitmeansstudentsareclaimingcreditforideasorworknotactuallytheirsandaretherebyseekingagradethatisnotactuallyearned.Followingaresomeexamplesofacademicdishonesty:a. Cheatingonexaminations.b. Plagiarizingtheworkofothers.Plagiarismisusingsomeoneelsesworkorideaswithoutgivingthatpersoncredit;bydoingthisstudentsare,ineffect,claimingcreditforsomeoneelsesthinking.c. Falsifyingrecords,orprovidingmisinformationregardingonescredentials.d. Unauthorizedcollaborationoncomputerassignmentsandunauthorizedaccesstoanduseofcomputerprograms,includingmodifyingcomputerfilescreatedbyothersandrepresentingthatworkasonesown.2. Add/Drops:Theuniversitypolicywillbeexplicitlyfollowed.Itisthestudentsresponsibilitytobeawareofdeadlinedatesfordroppingcourses.3. SpecialConsiderations:StudentswithdisabilitieswhomayrequirespecialaccommodationsshouldmakeanappointmentwithcampusDisabilitySupportServices,106NorthFoundationHall,phone248-370-3266.StudentsshouldalsobringtheirneedstotheattentionoftheinstructorassoonaspossiblebyprovidingtheLetterofAccommodationscreatedbyDSS.Foracademichelp,suchasstudyandreadingskills,contacttheAcademicSkills/TutoringCenter,103NorthFoundationHall,phone248-370-4215.4. ExcusedAbsencePolicyThispolicyforuniversityexcusedabsencesappliestoparticipationasanathlete,managerorstudenttrainerinNCAAintercollegiatecompetitions,orparticipationasarepresentativeofOaklandUniversityatacademiceventsandartisticperformancesapprovedbytheProvostordesignee.Studentsshallinformtheirinstructorsofdatestheywillmissclassduetoanexcusedabsencepriortothedateofthatanticipatedabsence.Foractivitiessuchasathleticcompetitionswhoschedulesareknownpriortothestartofaterm,studentsmustprovidetheirinstructorsduringthefirstweekofeachtermawrittenscheduleshowingdaystheyexpecttomissclasses.Forotheruniversityexcusedabsencesstudentsmustprovideeachinstructorattheearliestpossibletimethedatesthattheywillmiss.Make-upwork36o Itistheresponsibilityofthestudenttorequestfromtheinstructoranopportunitytocompletemissedassignments,activities,labs,examinationsorothercourserequirementsinatimelymanner.o Studentsareresponsibleforallmaterialcoveredinclassesthattheymiss,evenwhentheirabsencesareexcused,asdefinedabove.o Missedclassroomactivitieswillberescheduledatthediscretionoftheinstructor.5. AttendancePolicy:NOUNEXCUSEDabsencesareallowed.TWOEXCUSEDabsencesareallowedwithcompletionofassignments.5%willbedroppedforeachunexcusedabsence,orexcusedabsencesabovetwo.6. Assignmentsmustbesubmittedbytheduedate.7. Missedpresentationswillnotbemadeup.8. ReadingmaterialsoutsideoftherequiredtextbookwillbepostedMoodle,orhandedoutinclass.9. Notextingorphonecallsduringclass.37OAKLANDUNIVERSITYCOLLEGEOFARTSANDSCIENCESDEPARTMENTOFMUSIC,THEATREANDDANCEMUS444(4544):PianoPedagogyIV3creditsInstructor:TianTianTerm:Winter2018 Office:310VarnerClassTime:Mondays4:00-6:30pm;Room310Varner Phone:248-370-2048OfficeHours:Byappointment ttian@oakland.edu COURSECATALOGDESCRIPTION:Instructionalstrategiesforteachingadvancedromantic-contemporaryrepertoire,includingscoreanalysis,periodperformancepractice,continuedtechnicaltraining,andmusicianshipdevelopment.Studentswillengageinpairedmicroteachingandreceivefeedbackfrompeersandteacher.Prerequisite(s):MUS443(4543).Assometeachersarecomfortablewithfocusingtheirworkonbeginner-intermediatestudents,itwouldbeapityifwearelimitedtoonlyasmallgroupofpianists.Thecoursewillprovideinstructionalstrategiesforteachingadvancedrepertoirefrompre-BaroquetoBeethoven.Wewilldiscussscoreanalysisforthepianoteacherandforthepianists,aswellasthetechniqueandmusicianshiprequiredtoplaymasterworksofthepianorepertoire.ThiscoursewilloverlapwiththePianoLiteratureclassessothattherepertoirecanbeintroducedinoneandstudentscanlearnhowtoteachthemintheother.LEARNINGOUTCOMES:Bytheendofthesemester,studentswillbeequippedwithskillsto:1. Continuetosuccessfullymaintainastudiobyfollowingthestudiophilosophyandpolicy.2. Understandhow to teachadvanced repertoire, suchasScarlatti Sonatas,BachSuitesandPreludesandFugues.3. Developtechnique,reading,pulse,rhythm,theoryandauralskillsforadvancedstudents.4. Deviseweeklyplansforpreparingstudentsforconcertsandcompetitions.REQUIREDTEXT:1. BarryGreen:TheInnerGameofMusic2. BeethovenPianoSonatas3. ChopinNocturnesandWaltzes4. SchumannPianoWorks,AlbumI5. DebussyPreludes,BookISUPPLEMENTARYTEXTS:1. Chronister, Richard and Edward Darling. A Piano Teachers Legacy: Selected Writings by RichardChronister.NewJersey:TheFrancesClarkCenterforKeyboardPedagogy,20052. Uszler,Marienne,andStewartGordon.TheWell-temperedKeyboardTeacher.NewYork:Schirmer,19913. Jacobson,JeaningMae,andE.L.Lancaster.ProfessionalPianoTeaching:AComprehensivePianoPedagogyTextbookforTeachingElementary-LevelStudents.LosAngeles:AlfredPub.20064. Jordan,Martha.PracticalPianoPedagogy:TheDefinitiveTextforPianoTeachersandPedagogyStudents.Miami,FL:WarnerBrothers,2004COURSEFORMAT:Teachingadvancedrepertoireandstudents iscompletelydifferent frombeginners.Teachersmustbe learned intheory and music history as well as piano techniques. Each class will be more focused on score analysis,interpretationandteachingdemonstrations:1. Scoreanalysis:30minutes.2. Techniquebreakdown,learningapproachesandpracticemethods:15minutes.3. Teachingdemonstration:30minutes.384. Studentteachingdemonstration:30minutes.5. Pairedstudentmicroteachingdemonstration:30minutes.6. Individualone-on-onemeetingsbetweenfacultyandstudenttodiscussspecificissuesrelatedtoteachingandstudiomanagement.ASSIGNMENTS:1. Weeklyrepertoireanalysis,dueonthefollowingclassfordiscussion.2. Teachingsummaryonacomposerofchoice:Beethoven,Schubert,Chopin,Liszt,orSchumann.3. Threerecordedteachingdemonstrationswithpre-collegestudents.4. Twoteachingobservationsoutsideofclass:onedueon10/12,onedueon11/30/2015.5. Notebook:dividedin5sectionsaccordingtotheclasslectures.Itshouldcontainallreadingsnotes,classnotes,classhandouts,andassignments.GRADING:GeneralGradingSystem:A:90-100%;B:80-89%;C:70-79%;D:60-69%NoCredit:F:below60%-hasnotcompletedrequirements,norwithdrawalofficiallybeforedropdate.SpecificClassGradingSystem:Student-TeachObservation:25%ClassAssignmentsandPresentations:20%TeacherObservations:10%ClassParticipationandAttendance:10%Notebook:10%Final:25% CLASSPOLICIES:1. Academicconductpolicy:AllmembersoftheacademiccommunityatOaklandUniversityareexpectedtopracticeandupholdstandardsofacademicintegrityandhonesty.Academicintegritymeansrepresentingoneselfandonesworkhonestly.Misrepresentationischeatingsinceitmeansstudentsareclaimingcreditforideasorworknotactuallytheirsandaretherebyseekingagradethatisnotactuallyearned.Followingaresomeexamplesofacademicdishonesty:a. Cheatingonexaminations.b. Plagiarizingtheworkofothers.Plagiarismisusingsomeoneelsesworkorideaswithoutgivingthatpersoncredit;bydoingthisstudentsare,ineffect,claimingcreditforsomeoneelsesthinking.c. Falsifyingrecords,orprovidingmisinformationregardingonescredentials.d. Unauthorizedcollaborationoncomputerassignmentsandunauthorizedaccesstoanduseofcomputerprograms,includingmodifyingcomputerfilescreatedbyothersandrepresentingthatworkasonesown.2. Add/Drops:Theuniversitypolicywillbeexplicitlyfollowed.Itisthestudentsresponsibilitytobeawareofdeadlinedatesfordroppingcourses.3. SpecialConsiderations:StudentswithdisabilitieswhomayrequirespecialaccommodationsshouldmakeanappointmentwithcampusDisabilitySupportServices,106NorthFoundationHall,phone248-370-3266.StudentsshouldalsobringtheirneedstotheattentionoftheinstructorassoonaspossiblebyprovidingtheLetterofAccommodationscreatedbyDSS.Foracademichelp,suchasstudyandreadingskills,contacttheAcademicSkills/TutoringCenter,103NorthFoundationHall,phone248-370-4215.4. ExcusedAbsencePolicyThispolicyforuniversityexcusedabsencesappliestoparticipationasanathlete,managerorstudenttrainerinNCAAintercollegiatecompetitions,orparticipationasarepresentativeofOaklandUniversityatacademiceventsandartisticperformancesapprovedbytheProvostordesignee.39Studentsshallinformtheirinstructorsofdatestheywillmissclassduetoanexcusedabsencepriortothedateofthatanticipatedabsence.Foractivitiessuchasathleticcompetitionswhoschedulesareknownpriortothestartofaterm,studentsmustprovidetheirinstructorsduringthefirstweekofeachtermawrittenscheduleshowingdaystheyexpecttomissclasses.Forotheruniversityexcusedabsencesstudentsmustprovideeachinstructorattheearliestpossibletimethedatesthattheywillmiss.Make-upworko Itistheresponsibilityofthestudenttorequestfromtheinstructoranopportunitytocompletemissedassignments,activities,labs,examinationsorothercourserequirementsinatimelymanner.o Studentsareresponsibleforallmaterialcoveredinclassesthattheymiss,evenwhentheirabsencesareexcused,asdefinedabove.o Missedclassroomactivitieswillberescheduledatthediscretionoftheinstructor.5. AttendancePolicy:NOUNEXCUSEDabsencesareallowed.TWOEXCUSEDabsencesareallowedwithcompletionofassignments.5%willbedroppedforeachunexcusedabsence,orexcusedabsencesabovetwo.6. Assignmentsmustbesubmittedbytheduedate.7. Missedpresentationswillnotbemadeup.8. ReadingmaterialsoutsideoftherequiredtextbookwillbepostedMoodle,orhandedoutinclass.9. Notextingorphonecallsduringclass.40OAKLANDUNIVERSITYCOLLEGEOFARTSANDSCIENCESDEPARTMENTOFMUSIC,THEATREANDDANCEMUS445(4545):PedagogyInternship2creditsInstructor:TianTianTerm:Fall2019 Office:310VarnerClassTime:TBA;Room310Varner Phone:248-370-2048OfficeHours:Byappointment ttian@oakland.edu COURSECATALOGDESCRIPTION:One-semesterinternshipteachingpianotostudentsinaprofessionalmusicstudiosettingunderthedirectionandsupervisionofqualifiedpianoinstructors.Prerequisite(s):MUS444(4544).Facultywillarrangeinternshippositionsatlocalmusicstores,orthroughtheuniversitypreparatoryprogram,sothatstudentscanbesupervisedandreceiveconstantfeedback.Iftheinternshipprovestobepositiveforallparties,studentshavetheopportunitytoapplyforapermanentposition.LEARNINGOUTCOMES:Bytheendoftheinternship,studentswillbeequippedwithskillsto:1. Interviewsuccessfully.2. Maintainapositionatamusicstore,orpreparatoryprogram.3. Recruitstudentsforhis/herownstudio.4. Understandtheadministrativeandbusinessaspectsofmanagingastudio.5. Deviseweeklyplansforteachingstudentsofdifferentlevels.COURSEFORMAT:1. Studentswillwork8hoursperweekduringtheinternship.Atimesheetandworklogmustbekeptandturnedinattheendofinternshipforreviews.2. Teachingloadmayincludegroupclasses,and/orone-on-oneindividuallessons,basedonneed.3. Ifteachingloadis lessthan8hours,studentsmayobserveotherteacherstofulfilltimerequirement,orbegivenadministrativeresponsibilities.4. Every4weeks,surveyswillbegiventomanagersandparentsforfeedback.5. Facultywillmeetwithstudentsaftereachsetofsurveyisconductedtodiscussspecificissuesandpossibleimprovements.6. Facultywillobserve2lessons,permonthtoprovidedirectfeedback.ASSIGNMENTS:1. Studentsmustturninatimesheet,signedorinitialedbyemployerindicatingattendance.2. Studentsmustkeepaworklogandjournalrecordingtheirteachingexperiencesandprogress.3. Studentsmustkeepallsurveysandmakeclearimprovementswhenissuesareaddressed.4. Studentsmustkeeparecordofallone-on-onemeetingswithfaculty,notingissuesdiscussedandareasofimprovement.5. Attheendoftheinternship,asurveyisconductedtoserveasthefinalforthiscourse.GRADING:GeneralGradingSystem:A:90-100%;B:80-89%;C:70-79%;D:60-69%NoCredit:F:below60%-hasnotcompletedrequirements,norwithdrawalofficiallybeforedropdate.SpecificClassGradingSystem:Attendance:30%;Employer/ParentsFeedback:25%;FacultyObservation:15%;FinalSurvey:30% 41CLASSPOLICIES:1. StudentmustabidebyallrulesstatedintheOaklandUniversityAcademicConductPolicy.2. Studentmustrespectallrulessetbyoff-campusemployers.3. Studentmustbeprompttowork.4. AbsencePolicy:Ifstudentscannotcometowork(orwillbelatetowork),he/shemustnotifyemployer24hoursinadvance.5. Incaseofemergency,studentsmustcontactemployerASAPandfindwaystorearrangelessons.42OAKLANDUNIVERSITYCOLLEGEOFARTSANDSCIENCESDEPARTMENTOFMUSIC,THEATREANDDANCEMUA498(4955):SeniorPedagogyProject2or4creditsInstructor:TianTianTerm:Fall2019 Office:310VarnerClassTime:TBA;Room310Varner Phone:248-370-2048OfficeHours:Byappointment ttian@oakland.edu COURSECATALOGDESCRIPTION:Culminatingprojectforthepedagogyprogramthroughwhichstudentsapplywhattheyhavelearnedaboutperformanceandpedagogyanddemonstratetheirunderstandingofpedagogictheoryandpractice.B.M.Pedagogystudentsenrollfor4credits.B.M.PerformanceandPedagogystudentsenrollfor2credits.Prerequisite(s):MUS444(4544). ThisprojectservesasthecapstonecoursefortheBMPedagogy,andisarequiredterminalprojectfortheCombinedBMPerformance/Pedagogydegrees.Studentscanchoosefromavarietyofresearchtopics,relatingtopianoperformanceandpedagogy.Facultyadvisorwillmeetregularlywithstudentstoprovidesupervisionandfeedback.Thiswillbecumulativeproject,inwhichstudentsmustapplyallknowledge,anddemonstrateafullunderstandingofpedagogictheoriesandprocedures.Apublicpresentationmustbecompletedtoaliveaudience,includingallmembersofthepianofaculty.LEARNINGOUTCOMES:Bycompletingtheproject,studentswilllearnto:1. Conductthoroughresearchrelatingtoprojecttopic,2. Organize,combine,andapplyallknowledgelearnedtoactualteaching,3. Presentlecturestoanaudience,4. Improvestagepresenceandpublicspeaking.COURSEFORMAT:1. BMPedagogymajorswillregisterforMUA498(4955)for4credits.Thepresentationmustbeaminimumof50minutes,includingaminimumof25minutesofplayingdemonstration.Studentsmustbeabletoperformthepiecesdiscussed,orusedasexamplesinfull.2. CombinedBMPerformance/PedagogymajorswillregisterforMUA498(4955)for2credits.Thepresentationmustbeaminimumof30minutes,includingsomeplayingdemonstration.3. Finalpresentationswillbevideorecordedforfuturereferences.ASSIGNMENTS:1. Studentsmustkeepjournalrecordingresearchprogress.2. Studentsmustkeeparecordofallone-on-onemeetingswithfaculty,notingissuesdiscussedandareasofimprovement.3. FinalpresentationmustincludePowerPoint,orhandouts,tobepreparedwithfacultyadvisor.GRADING:GeneralGradingSystem:A:90-100%;B:80-89%;C:70-79%;D:60-69%NoCredit:F:below60%-hasnotcompletedrequirements,norwithdrawalofficiallybeforedropdate.SpecificClassGradingSystem:PedagogyMajors:Attendance:25%;FacultyObservationandEvaluation:15%;Presentation:30%;Performance:30%CombinedPerformance/PedagogyMajors:Attendance:30%;FacultyObservationandEvaluation:25%;Presentation:30%;Demonstration:15%43CLASSPOLICIES:1. Academicconductpolicy:AllmembersoftheacademiccommunityatOaklandUniversityareexpectedtopracticeandupholdstandardsofacademicintegrityandhonesty.Academicintegritymeansrepresentingoneselfandonesworkhonestly.Misrepresentationischeatingsinceitmeansstudentsareclaimingcreditforideasorworknotactuallytheirsandaretherebyseekingagradethatisnotactuallyearned.Followingaresomeexamplesofacademicdishonesty:a. Cheatingonexaminations.b. Plagiarizingtheworkofothers.Plagiarismisusingsomeoneelsesworkorideaswithoutgivingthatpersoncredit;bydoingthisstudentsare,ineffect,claimingcreditforsomeoneelsesthinking.c. Falsifyingrecords,orprovidingmisinformationregardingonescredentials.d. Unauthorizedcollaborationoncomputerassignmentsandunauthorizedaccesstoanduseofcomputerprograms,includingmodifyingcomputerfilescreatedbyothersandrepresentingthatworkasonesown.2. Add/Drops:Theuniversitypolicywillbeexplicitlyfollowed.Itisthestudentsresponsibilitytobeawareofdeadlinedatesfordroppingcourses.3. SpecialConsiderations:StudentswithdisabilitieswhomayrequirespecialaccommodationsshouldmakeanappointmentwithcampusDisabilitySupportServices,106NorthFoundationHall,phone248-370-3266.StudentsshouldalsobringtheirneedstotheattentionoftheinstructorassoonaspossiblebyprovidingtheLetterofAccommodationscreatedbyDSS.Foracademichelp,suchasstudyandreadingskills,contacttheAcademicSkills/TutoringCenter,103NorthFoundationHall,phone248-370-4215.4. ExcusedAbsencePolicyThispolicyforuniversityexcusedabsencesappliestoparticipationasanathlete,managerorstudenttrainerinNCAAintercollegiatecompetitions,orparticipationasarepresentativeofOaklandUniversityatacademiceventsandartisticperformancesapprovedbytheProvostordesignee.Studentsshallinformtheirinstructorsofdatestheywillmissclassduetoanexcusedabsencepriortothedateofthatanticipatedabsence.Foractivitiessuchasathleticcompetitionswhoschedulesareknownpriortothestartofaterm,studentsmustprovidetheirinstructorsduringthefirstweekofeachtermawrittenscheduleshowingdaystheyexpecttomissclasses.Forotheruniversityexcusedabsencesstudentsmustprovideeachinstructorattheearliestpossibletimethedatesthattheywillmiss.Make-upworko Itistheresponsibilityofthestudenttorequestfromtheinstructoranopportunitytocompletemissedassignments,activities,labs,examinationsorothercourserequirementsinatimelymanner.o Studentsareresponsibleforallmaterialcoveredinclassesthattheymiss,evenwhentheirabsencesareexcused,asdefinedabove.o Missedclassroomactivitieswillberescheduledatthediscretionoftheinstructor.5. AttendancePolicy:StudentsMUSTbeprompttofacultyadvisingsessionsandnotifyfacultyASAPifameetingistobemissed.6. StudentsMUSTfollowprogressscheduleandcompletetasksindicatedbythecompletiondate.44AppendixC:LibraryReportPleaseseethepagesthatfollow.45MEMORANDUM To: Jackie Wiggins, Ed.D., Chair, Department of Music, Theatre and Dance, Oakland University From: Helen Levenson, Collection Development Librarian Katie Greer, Librarian Liaison to Department of Music, Theatre and Dance Re: Library collection evaluation for proposed addition of a piano pedagogy major within the Bachelor of Music degree Date: March 4, 2016 To conduct this Library collection evaluation for the proposed addition of a piano pedagogy major within the Bachelor of Music degree, we reviewed the draft program proposal in relation to the University Libraries current resources in music and music education. Since a Master of Music in Piano Pedagogy degree and piano pedagogy courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels have been offered by Oakland University for quite some time, and a Ph.D. in Music Education is also currently offered by the Music Department, the Libraries resources are already quite strong in this area. Overall, the Libraries current offerings are more than sufficient to address the teaching, research and learning needs of faculty and students for this proposed new undergraduate major. In order to compile this collection evaluation, we consulted Magazines for Libraries and the holdings of other university libraries which offer similar programs. The following is our assessment of the Libraries ability to support the proposed new major. Reference Sources and Periodical Indexes The University Libraries subscribe to the premier music reference resource, Oxford Music Online which includes Groves Music Online, The Oxford Companion to Music, and The Oxford Dictionary of Music. The Credo Reference collection offers The Harvard Dictionary of Music, Musical Terms, Symbols and Theory: An Illustrated Dictionary, The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, and other titles. The University Libraries also subscribe to numerous major periodical indexes that would support the proposed new major, many of which also provide full text access. These include the EBSCO indexes Music Index, Education Full Text, ERIC, and OmniFile Full Text Select. Additionally, the Libraries subscribe to the Gale indexes Academic OneFile and Expanded Academic ASAP, as well as the Education: SAGE Full Text database. A great majority of the journals which would support the proposed new major and to which the University Libraries subscribe (see Appendix A) are indexed in these resources. Music Instruction and Study Journals As mentioned above, see Appendix A for a sample list of journals that would support the proposed piano pedagogy major for the Bachelors in Music degree program. This list includes UniversityLibrariesRochester,Michigan48309-440146the core journal titles in this field that are recommended in Magazines in Libraries. A comparison to resources held by other universities that offer similar programs was conducted and it was found that the University Libraries have a very strong journal collection and hold the major scholarly journal titles in this field. The Libraries also subscribe to music journals peripheral to this new proposed major, such as Ethnomusicology, American Music, Black Music Research Journal, and Journal of the Society for American Music, among others. Monographs The University Libraries has a strong music monograph collection which has been regularly supported through the years through annual resource allocations to the Music Department. For the current fiscal year, the music department is currently allocated $4,500.00 for the purchase of resources. See Appendix B for the total number of print monographs held by the University Libraries in the Library of Congress Classification range of MT1-MT258 for Music Instruction & Study Including Keyboard Instruments as well as the number of print monographs added in this classification range since 2010. In addition to print monographs, the University Libraries own 30 Ebooks indexed under Music Instruction & Study. Included in this Ebook collection is Music Education for Changing Times: Guiding Visions for Practice, published by Springer in 2009, Narrative Soundings and Resonant Research: Lifework in Music Education, published by Springer in 2010, and The Oxford Handbook of Qualitative Research in American Music Education, published by Oxford University Press in 2014. Searches of GOBI, the online book ordering service from the University Libraries primary book vendor demonstrate that there are about 80 books per year that are published in the relevant Library of Congress classification ranges that would support this proposed major. Many of these titles are considered basic recommended or research recommended. The average cost of these titles is $94.00 per book. We would recommend a purchase of a minimum of five new monographs per year to continue to support this proposed new undergraduate major. See the Monographs/Reference Books line in Appendix C for the costs needed to support these acquisitions. Support for Current Library Resources As noted throughout this collection evaluation, the University Libraries already provide access to a rich collection in music education and resources that are more than sufficient to support the teaching, research and learning needs of faculty and students for this proposed new undergraduate major. However, due to anticipated annual inflation cost increases for journals, reference resources, indexes, and databases, the Libraries cannot guarantee that we will be able to maintain subscriptions even to our current resources. Therefore, we ask that the library be given $500.00 per year to assist us in funding these resources that are critical to the Bachelor of Music degree with a piano pedagogy major, as well as to the entire Music Department. Cc: Stephen Weiter, Dean of Oakland University Libraries Dominique Daniel, Library Representative to the University Senate 47PeriodicalTitle OnlineSourceAmericanmusicteacher1 JSTOR&variousArtseducationpolicyreview2 Taylor&Francis&variousBritishjournalofmusiceducation CambridgeJournalsBulletin-CouncilforResearchinMusicEducation variousClaviercompanion PrintsubscriptionGeneralmusictoday SAGE&variousIndianatheoryreview JSTOR(upto2012)Internationaljournalofmusiceducation SAGEJournalofmusicteachereducation SAGE&variousJournalofresearchinmusiceducation1 JSTOR,SAGE&variousMusicanalysis JSTOR&WileyBlackwellMusiceducationresearch Taylor&FrancisMusiceducatorsjournal SAGE&variousMusictheoryspectrum JSTOR&OxfordJournalsPianopedagogyforum OpenaccessResearchandissuesinmusiceducation various(2006-2013)RIMEResearchandissuesinmusiceducation OpenaccessTeachingmusic various1RecommendedinMagazinesinLibraries ascoretitle2DirectsubscriptioninprocessofbeingpurchasedAppendixAtoSupportaBachelorsinMusicPianoPedagogyMajorASampleofKresgeLibraryorOpenAccessJournalsinMusicInstruction&StudyTotalPrintMonographHoldings 2031TotalPrintMonographsaddedsince2010 116AppendixBPrintMonographholdingsinLibraryofCongressClassificationRangeMT1-MT258MusicInstruction&StudyIncludingKeyboardInstruments48MEMORANDUM To: Jackie Wiggins, Ed.D., Chair, Department of Music, Theatre and Dance, Oakland University From: Helen Levenson, Collection Development Librarian Katie Greer, Librarian Liaison to Department of Music, Theatre and Dance Re: Addendum to Library collection evaluation for proposed addition of a piano pedagogy major within the Bachelor of Music degree Date: March 28, 2016 In order to be in line with the projected enrollment for the Bachelor of Music degree with the proposed new piano pedagogy major, the proposed five-year budget for library materials to support this newly proposed major is amended as follows: Cc: Stephen Weiter, Dean of Oakland University Libraries Dominique Daniel, Library Representative to the University Senate Year1 Year2 Year3 Year4 Year5Supportforcurrentlibraryresources 500$ 500$ 500$ 500$ 500$Total 500$ 500$ 500$ 500$ 500$RevisedAppendixCRevisedProposedFive-YearBudgetforLibraryMaterialstoSupportaBachelorsinMusicPianoPedagogyMajorUniversityLibrariesRochester,Michigan48309-4401

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