DAYTiME 2020 - Sydney

Following the Keynote and Plenary delegates can attend 4 sessions, choosing from a total of 16+ different sessions over the day.

Session details will be available soon.


Registration:
8.30 am ~ 9.00 am
Welcome:
9.00 am ~ 9.10 am
Keynote: 9.10 am ~ 10.00 am
Morning Tea: 10.00 am ~ 10.20 am
Plenary:10.20 am ~ 10.50 am 
Session 1: 11.00 am ~ 12.00 pm (Choose a session)
Session 2: 12.05 pm ~ 1.05 pm (Choose a session)
Lunch: 1.05 pm ~ 2.00pm
Session 3: 2.00 pm ~ 3.00 pm (Choose a session)
Session 4: 3.10 pm ~ 4.10 pm (Choose a session)
Closing presentation: 4.15 pm ~ 4.30 pm

 

Program

 


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  • Friday, May 29, 2020
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    8:30 AM  -  9:30 AM
    Registration
    Delegate registration
     

    General

    9:00 AM  -  9:10 AM
    Welcome
    Presenter:
     

    Keynote

    9:10 AM  -  10:00 AM
    Hip-hop creativity, pedagogical remixing, and the dissertation mixtape  (Keynote)
    Rap has become the most popular genre of music in the United States, and among the most popular globally. However, the stylistic norms and creative ethics of hip-hop are markedly different from the traditions of European art music. Many formally trained educators who might want to incorporate hip-hop’s musical content, aesthetics or creative processes must venture far beyond their comfort zone in order to do so. Meanwhile, hip-hop artists face systematic barriers and disincentives to pursuing music education as a career.

    Implicit in questions about whether or how to include hip-hop as content and/or as process in music education are larger questions about the goals of music education. Some music educators consider rap and other popular musics to be either irrelevant or actively harmful to the goals of “elevating” and expanding students’ tastes and building musical sophistication more broadly. However, hip-hop has unexplored potential as a tool not just for teaching popular music creativities, but for teaching historical and canonical musics as well: by treating them as raw material for the creation of new music, using sampling and remixing as methods of critique and transformation. 

    In this talk, Ethan will present his dissertation research, a multiple case study of three hip-hop educators in New York City. I examine the ways that they not merely teach rap as a subject area, but rather, how they live hip-hop as a value system. I demonstrate that this value system can be the basis for a liberatory, culturally relevant pedagogy that prepares students to be critical participants in their own musical cultures. And he will show how hip-hop informs his own research methods. In particular, Ethan will showcase the dissertation mixtape, a collection of tracks that use hip-hop’s musical techniques and aesthetics to examine and present his audio data.

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    Break

    10:00 AM  -  10:20 AM
    Morning Tea
     

    General

    10:20 AM  -  10:50 AM
    Futurology - preparing for tomorrow
    An update looking at current and emerging trends that will impact on music education in the near to medium term ... in particular the role of ever-evolving technologies and pedagogical approaches, and how to prepare for the future.
    An update looking at current and emerging trends that will impact on music education in the near to medium term ... in particular the role of ever-evolving technologies and pedagogical approaches, and how to prepare for the future.
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    11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Session 1A - TBA  (Session 1A)
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     Optional 
    11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Session 1B - TBA  (Session 1B)
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     Optional 
    11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Session 1C - TBA  (Session 1C)
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     Optional 
    11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Session 1D - TBA  (Session 1D)
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     Optional 
    12:05 PM  -  1:05 PM
    Session 2A - TBA  (Session 2A)
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     Optional 
    12:05 PM  -  1:05 PM
    Session 2B - TBA  (Session 2B)
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     Optional 
    12:05 PM  -  1:05 PM
    Session 2C - TBA  (Session 2C)
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     Optional 
    12:05 PM  -  1:05 PM
    Session 2D - TBA  (Session 2D)
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     Optional 
     

    Break

    1:05 PM  -  2:00 PM
    Lunch  (Lunch)
     
    2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
    Session 3A - TBA  (Session 3A)
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     Optional 
    2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
    Session 3B - TBA  (Session 3B)
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     Optional 
    2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
    Session 3C - TBA  (Session 3C)
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     Optional 
    2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
    Session 3D - TBA  (Session 3D)
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     Optional 
    3:05 PM  -  4:05 PM
    Session 4A - TBA  (Session 4A)
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     Optional 
    3:05 PM  -  4:05 PM
    Session 4B - TBA  (Session 4B)
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     Optional 
    3:05 PM  -  4:05 PM
    Session 4C - TBA  (Session 4C)
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     Optional 
    3:05 PM  -  4:05 PM
    Session 4D - TBA  (Session 4D)
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     Optional 
     

    General

    4:15 PM  -  4:30 PM
    Closing presentation & awards
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