第十二屆亞太音樂教育研究論壇

    12th Asia-Pacific Symposium for Music Education Research

    15-18 July 2019, Macao

    Main Theme: Music Education in the Dawn of a New Era

    • Reform of School Music Education and Music Teacher Education
    • Community Music Education and Special Music Education
    • Music Education Theory Research and Music Culture Policy
    • Quality Assurance and International Recognition of Music Education
    • Assessment of Classroom and Stage Performance
     

    Supporting Partners:



     

    15-18 July 2019, Macao

    Main Theme: Music Education in the Dawn of a New Era

    • Reform of School Music Education and Music Teacher Education
    • Community Music Education and Special Music Education
    • Music Education Theory Research and Music Culture Policy
    • Quality Assurance and International Recognition of Music Education
    • Assessment of Classroom and Stage Performance
     

    Supporting Partners:

    Submission Categories

    Spoken Papers, Posters, Panel Discussions/Symposia, Demonstrations/Workshops, Forum for Graduate Students

    Important Dates

    • October 2018
      Announcement and call for papers starts
    • 31 January 2019
      Deadline for abstract submission
      Extension to 15 February 2019, add a "Forum for Graduate Students”
    • 15 March 2019
      Deadline for informing applicants
    • 1 April 2019
      Registration start
    • 10 May 2019
      Deadline for submission of full paper
    • 30 June 2019
      Deadline for Online Registration
    • 15 July 2019:
      Check in and Registration time
    • 16-18 July 2019
      Conference time

    Registration Fee

    Member Before 30th April 2019 Regular
    ISME member MOP1200 MOP1600
    Non-ISME member MOP1600 MOP2000
    Full-time Students MOP640 MOP800

    Review Result Announcement

    重要日期

    • 2018年10月
      論文徵集通告上網
    • 2019年1月31日前
      繳交論文、海報及工作坊的摘要
      延遲至2019年2月15日,特別增設 “研究生論壇”
    • 2019年3月15日前
      通知申請者結果
    • 2019年4月1日起
      開放網絡註冊與繳費
    • 2019年5月10日
      繳交論文全文截止
    • 2019年6月30日
      會議網上註冊截止
    • 2019年7月15日
      全天報到
    • 2019年7月16日-18日
      會議

    報名費用

    會員 2019年4月30日前 常規
    ISME 會員 MOP1200 MOP1600
    Non-ISME 會員 MOP1600 MOP2000
    全日制學生優惠 MOP640 MOP800

    Review Result Announcement

    Important Dates

    • October 2018
      Announcement and call for papers starts
    • 31 January 2019
      Deadline for abstract submission
      Extension to 15 February 2019, add a "Forum for Graduate Students”
    • 15 March 2019
      Deadline for informing applicants
    • 1 April 2019
      Registration start
    • 10 May 2019
      Deadline for submission of full paper
    • 30 June 2019
      Deadline for Online Registration
    • 15 July 2019:
      Check in and Registration time
    • 16-18 July 2019
      Conference time

    Registration Fee

    Member Before 30th April 2019 Regular
    ISME member MOP1200 MOP1600
    Non-ISME member MOP1600 MOP2000
    Full-time Students MOP640 MOP800

    Review Result Announcement

    重要日期

    • 2018年10月
      論文徵集通告上網
    • 2019年1月31日前
      繳交論文、海報及工作坊的摘要
      延遲至2019年2月15日,特別增設 “研究生論壇”
    • 2019年3月15日前
      通知申請者結果
    • 2019年4月1日起
      開放網絡註冊與繳費
    • 2019年5月10日
      繳交論文全文截止
    • 2019年6月30日
      會議網上註冊截止
    • 2019年7月15日
      全天報到
    • 2019年7月16日-18日
      會議

    報名費用

    會員 2019年4月30日前 常規
    ISME 會員 MOP1200 MOP1600
    Non-ISME 會員 MOP1600 MOP2000
    全日制學生優惠 MOP640 MOP800

    Review Result Announcement

    About APSMER

    Initiated by the Research Commission of the International Society for Music Education (ISME, https://www.isme.org), the Asia-Pacific Symposium on Music Education Research (APSMER) was founded in 1997 by three founders, namely, Prof. Tadahiro Murao from Japan, Prof. Gary McPherson from Australia, and Prof. Hong-soo Lee from Korea. The name of APSMER (Asia-Pacific Symposium on Music Education Research) was proposed by Prof. Gary McPherson. It has provided a forum for Asia-Pacific researchers, graduate students and teachers in music education to meet every two years. The APSMER has become the regional conference of ISME in the Asia-Pacific region in 2007. The symposium aims to share knowledge and experience among music educators in the Asia-Pacific region and to provide opportunity for music educators to develop networks and work collaboratively in advancing the theory and practice of music education.

    APSMER 2019 is the 12th Symposium to be held in Macao. Previous conferences have taken place in Seoul (1997), Launceston (1999), Nagoya (2001), Hong Kong (2003), Seattle (2005), Bangkok (2007), Shanghai (2009), Taipei (2011), Singapore (2013), Hong Kong (2015), and Melaka (2017).

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    關於亞太音樂教育研究論壇

    由國際音樂教育學會(International Society for Music Education,簡稱ISME)研究委員會倡議,「亞太音樂教育研究論壇」(Asia-Pacific Symposium on Music Education Research,簡稱APSMER) 由三位教授——來自日本的Prof. Tadahiro Murao,澳大利亞的Prof. Gary McPherson和韓國的Prof. Hong-soo Lee,創辦於1997年。論壇的名稱“Asia-Pacific Symposium on Music Education Research”由Prof. Gary McPherson提議。該論壇每兩年舉辦一次,為來自亞太地區的音樂教育研究者、學生和教師提供學術交流的平台。2007年,APSMER成為ISME亞太區的區域會議,主要目的為促進亞太地區的音樂教育學者間的學術與經驗交流,以及為音樂教育者提供建立網絡與合作的機會,從而提升音樂教育的理論與實踐。

    2019年第十二屆亞太音樂教育研究論壇將於澳門舉行。歷屆研究論壇曾在首爾 (1997)、朗塞斯頓(1999) 、 名古屋 (2001) 、香港 (2003) 、西雅圖 (2005) 、曼谷 (2007) 、上海 (2009) 、台北 (2011)、新加坡 (2013)、香港(2015)、馬六甲(2017)舉行。

    Call for Papers

    1. Spoken Papers

    Spoken Papers will be allocated 30 minutes, consisting of no more than 20 minutes for the presentation and a maximum of 5 minutes for questions and discussion (with 5 minutes for the next presenter to prepare his/her presentation and for delegates to move to the next session).

    Spoken Paper submissions must conform to one of two formats: either a Long Abstract only or a Full Paper with Short Abstract.

    1A. Long abstract
    1B. Full paper
    2. Poster
    3. Panel Discussions/Symposia
    4. Demonstrations/Workshops
    5. Forum for Graduate Students

    Keynote Speakers

    Prof. Dr. Susan O’Neill

    Prof. Dr. Susan O’Neill

    Profile
    Susan O’Neill is Professor and Dean of Education at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. She is President of the International Society for Music Education (ISME). Susan has been awarded visiting fellowships at the University of Michigan, University of Melbourne, and Trinity College Dublin. She has published widely in the fields of music psychology and music education, including contributions to 15 books published by Oxford University Press. She has been awarded major grants for international collaborative research, and has developed intercultural programs and an award winning intergenerational arts program. Her current research examines young people’s engagement with creative technologies, creative and collaborative approaches to music learning, and the social impact of music on young people’s lives.
    Topic
    Prof. Patricia Shehan Campbell

    Prof. Patricia Shehan Campbell

    Profile
    Patricia Shehan Campbell is Donald E. Peterson Professor of Music at the University of Washington, where she teaches courses at the interface of education and ethnomusicology. A singer and pianist, with studies of Japanese koto, Celtic harp, Karnatic Indian mridangam, and Bulgarian and Wagogo song, she has lectured internationally on the pedagogy of world music and children’s musical cultures. She is the author of Music, Education, and Diversity: Bridging Cultures and Communities (2018), Teaching Music Globally (2004), Songs in Their Heads (1998, 2010), Lessons from the World (1991), co-author of Music in Childhood (2017, 4th edition) and Redefining Music Studies in an Age of Change (2017), co-editor of the Global Music Series and the Oxford Handbook on Children’s Musical Cultures (2013). Campbell is recipient of the 2012 Taiji Award and the 2017 Koizumi Prize for work on the preservation of traditional music through educational practice, and was designated the Senior Researcher in Music Education of the National Association for Music Education in 2002. Board member of the Association for Cultural Equity, she is educational consultant in the repatriation of Alan Lomax recordings to the sources. She is editor of the seven-volume series on World Music Pedagogy (2018-19) for practicing and prospective teachers.
    Topic
    Prof. Yu Dan-hong

    Prof. Yu Dan-hong

    Profile
    Dr. Yu Danhong, Professor of Shanghai Conservatory of Music; She served as Dean of Music Education Department from 2002 to 2018,and is currently the Curator of the library. She served as the board member of APSMER in 2009 and 2013; Now she is a member of ISME, member of NAfME, and member of AERA. She is also the executive director of Music Education Branch of China Education Society and the deputy director of Chinese Music Education Academic Committee. She is also the Art textbooks review expert of China’s Ministry of Education; member of Compilation Group of Music Curriculum Standards for Compulsory Education of the Ministry of Education; Board member of Shanghai Musicians Association, member of Shanghai Federation of Literary and Art Circles, member of Music Education Committee of the Chinese Musicians Association, honorary member of the Music Education Association of the Czech Republic. She is also an editorial board member of China’s national music core journal "Music Art"; Editor-in-chief of the "Music Education in China" Yearbooks,editor-in-chief of Music textbook for high schools; Director of the “Music Education Teaching Research Base” of Shanghai Key Humanities Disciplines; Chief professor of Music Education Research Team of the "Plateau Project" ( by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission) ; Chief professor of the Music Education Team of the National Double First-class universities.
    Topic

    Programme

    Registration--15 July 2019 (Monday)
    10:00-18:00, Auditorium, Macao Polytechnic Institute


    Conference Day 1-- July 16 (Tuesday)
    9:00-18:00 Registration (Auditorium)
    9:30-10:00 Opening Ceremony (Auditorium)
    10:10-11:00 Keynote Speech I (Auditorium)
    11:00-11:20 Tea Break (Cafeteria on 1st Floor of Wui Chi Building, outside of Lecture Theatre)
    11:20-13:00 Paper Presentation I (M402, Lecture Theatre 2, Lecture Theatre 3)
    11:20-13:00 Panel Discussion I (Lecture Theatre 1)
    11:20-13:00 APSMER Board Member Meeting (M409, by invitation)
    13:00-14:30 Lunch Break (Cafeteria on 1st Floor of Meng Tak Building)
    14:30-16:10 Paper Presentation II (M402, M409, Lecture Theatre 1, 2 & 3)
    16:10-16:30 Tea Break (Cafeteria on 1st Floor of Wui Chi Building)
    16:30-18:00 Panel Discussion II (Lecture Theatre 1)
    16:30-18:00 Panel Discussion III (Lecture Theatre 2)
    16:30-18:00 Panel Discussion IV (Lecture Theatre 3)
    16:30-18:00 Poster Presentation I (M419, M423)
    16:30-17:30 Workshop I (M402)
    19:30-21:00 Welcoming Concert (Auditorium)

    Conference Day 2 -- July 17 (Wednesday)
    9:00-9:50 Keynote Speech II (Auditorium)
    10:00-11:15 Paper Presentation III (M402, M409, Lecture Theatre 1, 2 & 3)
    11:15-11:30 Tea Break (Cafeteria on 1st Floor of Wui Chi Building)
    11:30-13:00 Panel Discussion V (Lecture Theatre 1)
    11:30-13:00 Panel Discussion VI (Lecture Theatre 2)
    11:30-13:00 Graduate Students Forum (Lecture Theatre 3)
    11:30-12:30 Workshop II (M402)
    11:30-12:30 Workshop III (M409)
    12:30-14:00 Lunch Break (Cafeteria on 1st Floor of Meng Tak Building)
    14:00-14:30 Performance Show: Picturesque (Auditorium)
    14:40-16:20 Paper Presentation IV (M402, M409, Lecture Theatre 1, 2 & 3)
    16:20-16:40 Tea Break (Cafeteria on 1st Floor of Wui Chi Building)
    16:40-18:10 ISME Open Presentation (Auditorium)
    16:40-18:10 Poster Presentation II (M419, M423)

    Conference Day 3 -- July 18 (Thursday)
    9:00-9:50 Keynote Speech III (Auditorium)
    10:00-11:40 Paper Presentation V (M402, M409, Lecture Theatre 1, 2 & 3)
    11:40-12:20 Tea Break (Cafeteria on 1st Floor of Wui Chi Building)
    12:20-13:00 Closing Ceremony (Auditorium)
    13:00-14:30 Lunch (Cafeteria on 1st Floor of Meng Tak Building)
    10:10-11:00    Keynote Speech I
    Auditorium Prof. Susan O'neill,
    Dean of Education at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada
    Visions and Challenges of Transformative Music Education: Creating Equitable, Inclusive and Culturally Responsive Music Learning Communities

    11:20-13:00    Paper Presentation I
    M402 Jason Chen Mobile composing: Professional practices and impact on students’ motivation in popular music
    MyungJin Yang A Suggestion of Music Education for an Era of Aging Population: A Case Study of a Group Piano Class of Yangwon Elementary School of Senior Citizens
    Leung Chi Hin Empowering Students to Become Music Inventors through the Application of Coding, Electronic Building Blocks and Contemporary Music Composition Techniques
    Clarence Tan, Joanne Wong, Alfredo Bautista Video Use in Music Teacher Professional Development: Investigating Teacher Interactions and Behavior in an Online Professional Development Environment
    Lecture Theatre 2 Joo Yeon Jung, Jihae Shin,
    Soojin Lee
    Popular music band program in Korea: Its impact on elementary students’ musical and extra musical aspects
    Koh Chee Kang Maximising rehearsal effectiveness and efficiency: Perspectives from four secondary school band directors in Singapore
    Shahanum Md Shah Musical and Non-Musical Benefits of Participating in Marching Band Competitions Among Malaysian and Indonesian High School Students
    Lecture Theatre 3 Yasuko Murakami Consideration on instrumental activities in elementary school: From the perspective of continuity from early childhood education
    Siu-hang Kong The Impact of Societal Factors on Young Student Musical Preferences in Contemporary Hong Kong
    Bei Song,
    Yafeng Pan,
    Yi Hu
    Interpersonal Brain Synchronization during Music learning Activities: Based on Educational Neuroscience
    Jasmine Peh On 21st Century Competencies: A Content Analysis of  Music Education Literature

    11:20-13:00    Panel Discussion I
    Lecture Theatre 1 Lily Chen-Hafteck Reforming Music Teacher Education: Efforts to implement Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in California, USA and Guangxi, China
    Wencui Huang
    Xiaoning Qin

    14:30-16:10    Paper Presentation II
    M402 Hung Pai Chen, Ying Ting Liao A study on the co-relation between piano teachers' belief and practice in university music departments
    Suga Hiroshi The emergently interactive process between a music instructor and a student for producing musical expression.
    Barbara Hojean Chung Exploration of Modeling Strategies in Applied Piano Studios in Korea
    Carell Ethilca Belandres & Chieko Mibu Original Philippine Piano Method Book for Young Beginners
    M409 Ronglong Wangpreedalertkul Music Group Activities for Older Adults in Thailand
    December R. Valenciano & Maria Sherla A. Najera Music Education for All: Open School of Music
    Narutt Suttachitt Music for Enhancing Healthy Living of the Elderly
    Ikuko Shitamichi,
    Saaya Nosohara
    The songs for public health in Japan in the early 20th century.
    Lecture Theatre 1 Yuki Kono Sounds of empowerment: Facilitators and participant learning in a U.S-based Okinawa community music group
    Saya Thuntawech The Ideal Thailand Music Faculties in the 21st Century
    Sheau-Yuh Lin The model construction for music teacher recruitment in Taiwan through a Delphi survey
    Shimizu Minoru The truthful pleasure of music activity : Postulating a definition through the use of ontology with the concepts of mono and koto in Japanese philosophy
    Lecture Theatre 2 Puxiao Zhou
    Chieko Mibu
    Reform of Primary School Music Education-A Practice of “Art and Aesthetics”:The Integrated Curriculum in Shishi Primary School, Chengdu, China-
    Cong Jiang,
    Xinyu Liu
    The rhythmic features of Chinese children’s folk songs for music and language learning
    Li Xiaofei Transmission of Peking Opera in Schools: A Case Study of Peking Opera curriculum in Beijing
    Can Lu,
    Graham F. Welch, Jo Saunders
    Singing competency of Primary school students in Hunan and Guangdong province, China
    Lecture Theatre 3 Marina Wai-yee Wong Hong Kong Specials Schools Music Teachers’ Perceptions of Creativity and their practices in Music Classrooms for Students with Severe Intellectual Disabilities
    Hang Su An exploratory study of music teaching and learning interactions of three children with ASD
    Flora Fong Lap Ip Is it music education or music therapy?  Music teachers’ perception of music education for children with Severe Intellectual Disabilities (SID)
    Jacqueline Smith The status of music therapists working with children with autism spectrum disorder in school settings, implications for music educators

    16:30-18:00    Panel Discussion II
    Lecture Theatre 1 Dr. Masafuni Ogawa Issues of Movable-Do and Fixed-Do Systems at Grade Schools in Asia
    Dr. Hong-Ky Cho
    Dr. Xuerong Cui
    Dr. Hsiao-Shien Chen

    16:30-18:00    Panel Discussion III
    Lecture Theatre 2 C. Victor Fung Music Participation and Quality of Life of Senior Citizens in Japan
    Hiromichi Mito
    Chihiro Obata
    Hiromi Takasu
    Nozomi Azechi
    Yoko Ogawa
    Hiroshi Suga
    Yuki Kuwaharada
     
    16:30-18:00    Panel Discussion IV
    Lecture Theatre 3 Hung Pai Chen Technology in Music curriculum and its Practice
    Tadahiko Imada
    Joo Hyun Kang
    Shahanum Mohamad Shah
    Pan-hang Tang

    16:30-18:00    Poster Presentation I
    M419 Marina Wai-yee Wong Analyzing the Development Process of Macau Secondary Schools Music Curriculum
    Guan Tao A study of Ethnic Identity and Teaching Strategies for Anti-racism Music Courses: A Case Study of Han and Minority Students in Yan yuan County of Tibetan-Yi Corridor
    Kumiko Koma, Mika Ajifu, Noriko Ishigami,   Miyako Onozawa, Yukiko Tsubonou   Music Education as a Bridge Between Schools and Society
    Guo Xiaolin A Study on the Influence of the Pop Music applied in the Music Appreciation Class for Students in Grade 8 on Students’ Music Learning Interest and Achievements
    Cancan Cui Do Parental Values Towards Children’s Music Learning Vary in Guilin, China, and Tampa, USA?
    Amanda Watson House Concerts: a community partnership between performer and audience
    Amanda Watson Music teacher performance reviews in schools: One Australian example
    Chang Liu, Aiqing Yin The Effects of Parental involvement in Instrumental Music Learning-Based on 7-12-year-old Instrumental Music Learners in China
    Dan Yang A Hundred Years of Music Teaching Method Textbook Development in China
    Cong Jiang, Zhuoqun Liu The melodic features of children’s folk songs for early music and language learning
    Chalinee Suriyonplengsaeng The Study of Curriculum, Teaching and Assessment about Keyboard Skills for Pre-college Students
    Zhang Jiashuo Return of Music Education: based on Rogers’ Functional Perfection Education
    Shuai Li A Case Study of Music Micro-teaching
    Iok Meng Li Designing classroom music assessment activities in Macao secondary schools
    Sumie Tonosaki Practicing the sound education for children with hearing impairment

    M423 Ai Kosugi Can dance possibility live in music education?  A consideration on the possibility of physical-expression
    Yuki Ishikawa On the separation of form and content in music education
    Daini Chen The Cultivation of Music Teachers in the Multicultural Background
    Joo Young Kim Rhythmic improvisation for creativity of Early childhood based on Orff Schulwerk
    Biyu Tong A Study on the Diverse Growth paths of Music Teachers of Elementary and Secondary Schools
    Yameng Wu A Comparative Study of American National Core Music Standards (2014 Edition) and Chinese High School Music Curriculum Standards (2017 Edition)
    Ikue Medo Collaborative Musical Activities of Children Aged 0-3 Years Old: analysis of free instrumental playing
    Celeste Manrique Romulo The Inclusion of Traditional Music Practices in the Philippine Music Curriculum: Bringing Marinduque Province's Innovated "Putong" Experience in the Classroom
    Natsumi Fujii A Study on the Formation of the Physical Intuition of Contemporary Dancers: Focusing the Music Influence in the Physical Movement on the Contemporary Dance Workshop
    Kazuhiko Kinoshita, Yumi Nakayama, Soichi Kanazaki How can we use sampling for music making in music education?
    Vivienne H. Sang Music board games create learning engagement
    Dou Junhong Structure, Deconstruction and Reconstruction: Concept Generation of Musical Creativity
    Soichi Kanazaki Creative Music Activity for Children: Forming the Bridge between “Graphic Score” and “Sound Education”
    Thanraphat Ditdumrongsakul State and problems of music education in Thailand’s higher education of 21st Century
    John Perkins
    Xin Hu
    “‘A newcomer in my home country’: ‘Resonant readings’ of narratives to mediate anti-colonial discourses”
    Bethoven Pahugot Creating Piano Pieces for Piano: Inspired by the Songs of the Kalawisan Cantoras

    16:30-17:30    Workshop I
    M402 Leung Chi Hin The Future Orchestra at Present: e-Orch Workshop
    9:00-9:50    Keynote Speech II
    Auditorium Prof. Patricia Shehan Campbell,
    University of Washington, USA
    World Music Pedagogy as Pathway to Intercultural Understanding

    10:00-11:15    Paper Presentation III
    M402 Violetta Ayderova, Wong Huei Yi @ Colleen Wong, Christine Augustine,  Suflan Faidzal Arshad Compilation of Malaysian Folk Songs as Additional Material for Viola Intermediate Level Repertoire
    Fang Liu Musical Practice During Middle Childhood: A Study of The Influences in Asian-American Children’s Instrumental Practice at Home Setting
    M409 Hui-Ju Kuo, Shu-Chun Chen An action research on applying tone-painting in music appreciation for first-grade students
    Wei-lin Huang An investigation into pre-service teachers’ use of musical skills in Chinese Kindergartens
    Daisuke Terauchi Pedagogical Possibilities of the Application “Sanka Play” for Performer and Audience Interaction in Elementary School Music Classes
    Lecture Theatre 1 Leonard Tan, Chua Siew Ling, Alfredo Bautista Investigating the Efficacy of Video-Based Professional Development: Voices from Teacher Participants
    Tadahiko Imada Soundscape, Universal Design and Music Education
    Chen Linlin & HsinYen Yu Study of the Adolescent’s Opinions about the Influence of Pop Music on Their Health Cognition
    Lecture Theatre 2 Yuan Jiang A comparative study of Chinese and American piano performance programs in university-level institutions
    Tung-Yun Chien A study of Music Course Implementation of Elementary School Life Curriculum in Taiwan
    Jihae Shin Becoming a music teacher: Korean music student teachers’ perceptions about their student teaching experience
    Lecture Theatre 3 Sayuri Ihara The Exploration of Musical Instruments to Develop Children’s Musical Experiences
    Yang Yang Mapping Music Education Research in Mainland China (2006 - 2017): A metadata-based Systematic literature review
    Cancan Cui Validation of A Chinese Version of Kenny Music Performance Anxiety Inventory: A Pilot Study

    11:30-13:00    Panel Discussion V
    Lecture Theatre 1 Dr. Somchai Trakarnrung Riding the waves of change: Rethinking and reframing the future of music education in Thailand
    Dr. Khanithep Pitupumnak
    Miss Ngarmta Nandakwang
    Dr. Nantida Chandransu

    11:30-13:00    Panel Discussion VI
    Lecture Theatre 2 James Lee Huan Siak Re-situating Technology-based Music Lessons in the 21st century
    Chua Siew Ling
    Adeline Tan

    11:30-13:00    Graduate Students Forum
    Lecture Theatre 3   Zhang Siqi A Preliminary Study of the Development of Elderly Music Education in Small and Medium-sized Cities in China
    Zheng Yimeng We Media public account -- a new approach to music education
    Ziyu Wu Music Early Learning Programs: Case studies of philosophy, structures and activities
    Wang Xiaolu The Creativity Li Xiang-Jing’s Nanyin Poetry And Painting
    Chen Jingjing, 
    Cai Lihong
    The Transboundary and Amalgamation of Basic Music Education from the Perspective of Aesthetic Education
    Jiang Lyu A model construction and application research of the art course portfolio evaluation in Shanghai high school

    11:30-12:30    Workshop II
    M 402 Koji Matsunobu 3D designing and printing the shakuhachi that actually allows you to play a tune: A new approach to world music pedagogy

    11:30-12:30    Workshop III
    M409 Earl Clarence Lomuntad Jimenez Introducing Interlock with the Philippine Kalutang (musical sticks)
    Amil Kim Quan Capitan
    Celeste Manrique Romulo
    Lilymae Franco-Montano

    14:40-16:20    Paper Presentation IV
    M402 Zhefu Li Review and Prospect of Research on Information Technology and Music Classroom Teaching
    Lisa Tokie, Noriko Tokie   The Application of ICT (Information & Communications Technology) on Creative Music Making in Elementary Schools
    Zoey Zheng Self-Media Public Account - A New Path of Music Education
    Le Zhang Cultivating International Mindedness through an Online Music Teacher Training: Benefits and Challenges
    M409 Kuo, Tzu Chun Teaching and Learning of Music in Preschool from the Talent Development Program for Preschool Children: A Case Study of Happy Preschool
    Wong Kwan Yie, Wang I Ta The application of body-movement as teaching tools in the children group singing lesson
    Margaret S. Barrett & Graham F. Welch Music Early Learning Programs: Enduring outcomes for children and their families
    Tse Zhuoying Natalie Alexandra Sonic Awareness, Exploration and Experimentation: Infant agency and relationship
    with performers and parents in a performance for early years – A Case Study
    Lecture Theatre 1 Emily Good-Perkins Is There Room for Cultural Relevance and Student Agency Within the ABRSM Examination System?: Hong Kong Music Teachers’ Perceptions of the ABRSM
    Examination System
    Aiqing Yin,    Chang Liu Action Research on Freshman Seminar in NENU——With "Music: From Experience to Expression" As a Case
    Kam-Yuen Au, Koji Matsunobu An investigation on the perceived values of primary school music ensemble competitions: a qualitative inquiry on the major stakeholders of two Hong Kong primary schools
    Ya Hui Huang, Hung Pai Chen The moment of transformation: a music education project for junior-high dropouts
    Lecture Theatre 2 Yanhan Zhang A Comparative Study on Documents in Music Curriculums of General High School in Chinese Mainland and Taiwan
    Hung Pai Chen, Ting-Yin Lin Learning Arts from Daily Surroundings of Living and Nature: An Interdisciplinary Curriculum
    Iok Meng Li Music Curriculum For Secondary Schools – A New Era of School Music Education in Macao
    Violet Tsang Music Education in Muslim Schools: A Comparative Study between Hong Kong and London
    Lecture Theatre 3 Junge Du Sustainability of traditional music in Southwest China
    Lexuan Zhang Understanding the Guangdong Province Outstanding Music Classes’ Teaching Pattern, Teacher-Student Interactive Behavior and Teacher’s Perceptions
    Ying Bao,
    Yan Li
    Study on the relationship between the development of community education and the inheritance of local music culture in China
    Guo Yaolin The Policy Shift of Traditional Music Education in Mainland China

    16:40-18:10    Poster Presentation II
    M419 Yukari Kon The Current Status Related to Music Appreciation Classes in Elementary Schools in Japan
    Jun Niu Research on the Development of Music Textbooks in Primary and Middle schools in China during the 40 Years of reform and Opening-up
    Jiahang Liu Calm Thinking About Online Instrument Tutoring
    Shinko Kondo Quality of excellence of teaching music: a comparative study of elementary general music classrooms in the United States and Japan
    Akihiko Nakamura Evaluation of Emotional Aspects of Students by Association Method: Focus on Music Lessons Based on the TAS Model
    Kaoru Mori Parody Songs: Children’s Spontaneous Music Making and Resistance in the Classroom
    Ryo Hasegawa How Does the “First-Person Learning” Effect the Ability of Nursery Teachers to Encourage Musical Expression in Children?
    Xiaoju Li Calm Thinking About Music Education of Chinese Excellent Traditional Culture: Connotation Characteristics, Policy Changes, and Education Inheritance
    Pimonmas Promsukkul Cooperative Learning Theory and Group Piano Teaching  in Higher Education A Case Study of the College of Music, Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University
    Hiromi Takasu , Sahomi Honda Examining the Significance of Musical Activities for Seniors in a “Super-Aging” Society
    Nozomi Azechi, Masami Yoshimura What are the difficulties for beginners in matching their timing and changing tempo with other musicians
    Feng, Xiaoning Traditional Materials in the Music Textbook Published by People’s Music Publishing House of Compulsory Education in China
    Shuzhen Mo An case study of the Efficiency of Google Classroom in performance assessment

    Christine Augustine, Wong Huey Y i@ Colleen Wong, Zaharul Lailiddin bin Saidon, Zamrus bin Hashim

    Undergraduate Music Students' Holistic Development in Capstone Project
    Vivienne H. Sang Music board games as effective pedagogies for music literacy
    Eunkyoung Kwon, Leonard Y. Lee Educational approach to the social role of music using TV commercial music
    Chihiro Obata Questionnaire Survey on Singing by Fifth- through Ninth-Graders Students in Japan: Focusing on Inferiority Complex toward “Onchi” Consciousness

    M423 Queeny Rose Ann P. Peñaflorida Tubong of Marinduque
    Hu Yijie The Nationality, Multiplicity and Interest of Preliminary Piano Lessons for Children The Integration and revision of Local Piano Enlightenment Textbooks Resources
    Teng Teng Research on Academic Social Function for Music Education in the Digital Age
    Xing Yiwen Exploration of Children's Singing Voice
    Zhu Jianjian Study on the Learning and Health Improvement Function in Piano Teaching for Middle-aged and Senior People
    Jia Wang Kindergarten Teachers’ Methods to Promote Children’s Musical Experiences
    Chie Yamamoto Feature of self-cultural education in social studies in Cambodia
    Soma Takeo Of talking about musical images
    He Yang Sunnie Drawing to learn music – a case study in Hong Kong
    Miki Yamabe The Tendency of American Music Education Seen in the meeting of Music Supervisors’ National Conference Before the Establishment of Music Department
    Kumi Matsuyama Administrating research of art fields
    Martin Emo Ableton Live… meet the secondary music teacher! Professional development for secondary music teachers
    Eva Kwan Pre-Professional Service Learning in Music Education
    Tian Yao nong The teleology of music education in general schools
    Barry Kwok Yeung Lee
    Margaret Wing Chi Lau
    Enhancing Young Children’s Social-Emotional Development through Visual-mediated Music Movement―A Preliminary Study
    Jingheluo Luo The New Idea of Music Education Based on Cultural Psychology
    Shu Ting Chen A Study of Implementing Digital Music Composition in University General Education in Taiwan: An Example of “Music Appreciation” Course
    9:00-9:50    Keynote Speech III
    Auditorium Prof. Yu Danhong,
    Shanghai Conservatory of Music, China
    The Current Development Trend of Music Education in China

    10:00-11:40    Paper Presentation V
    M402 Yuki Morijiri, Paul Smith The perceived impact of learning approaches from Creative Music Making abroad for Japanese students in teacher education
    Houw Ping Lau Assessing student composers’ metacognitive awareness of their compositional processes
    Wang I Ta Application of Meditation, Self-Regulation and Emotional-Regulation in Music Practice and Performance
    John Perkins Choral Dialoguing in the Face of Privileged Fragility
    M409 Bo-Wah Leung Learning Cantonese operatic singing in a university setting: Community music education in university
    Hui Zhou Research on the Strategy of Cultivating Prospective Preschool Teachers’ Sense of Rhythm Based on Eurhythmics Teaching Method
    Jiaxing Xie,
    Mei zhang
    O2O--An Effective Way to Music MOOCs
    Lecture Theatre 1 King Cheung Calvin Lee Factors affecting the motivation of Studio-based instrumental learners in Hong Kong: Case studies
    Christina Chan Looking for lost notes: Exploring the instrumental pedagogies for partially sighted children and young people with Albinism
    Chang Liu, 
    Aiqing Yin
    The Effects of Parental involvement in Instrumental Music Learning——Based on 7-12-year-old Instrumental Music Learners in China
    Lecture Theatre 2 Krit Niramittham & Leonard Tan Philosophical Insights from Thailand: A Content Analysis of Royal Addresses on Thai Music Education from His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej
    Yang, Jong Mo Analysis of nationalism in music textbook used by Korean elementary school in China and Japan.
    Alfredo Bautisia, Clarence Puay-Yon Tan, Joanne Wong, Colleen Conway The role of classroom video in music teacher research: A review of the literature
    Lecture Theatre 3 Emma Saxton Classroom Music: A worthy investment or just a waste of time.
    Angela Hao-Chun Lee The Effects of the Ukulele on the Experiences and Leisure Activities of Positive Aging in Taiwan
    Lin-Yu Liou, Kiyoshi Asakawa, Yuki Hikichi Evaluating learning motivation and experiences of junior high school students in music composing activities: Using the scale of Japanese nursery rhyme

    Deadlines

    The deadline for abstract submission to the 12th APSMER Conference has been extended to 15 February 2019.
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    Applicants will be notified of the results of the review process for presentations on or before March 15, 2019

    Applicants will be notified of the results of the review process for publication in the Conference Proceedings on or before April 30, 2019.

    Successful applicants must confirm participation as presenter, by registering as a delegate for the APSMER Conference no later than April 30, 2019 (Early Bird Registration). Should successful applicants not comply with this requirement, their submission may be withdrawn from the programme.

    Travel & Accommodation

    Conference Venue

    Macao Polytechnic Institute

    Rua de Luis Gonzaga Gomes, Macao

    Several ways to arrive in Macau
    Accommodation in Macao
    1. Rio Hotel 利澳酒店
    2. Million Dragon Hotel 萬龍酒店
    3. Hotel Golden Dragon 金龍酒店
    4. Royal Dragon Hotel 御龍酒店
    5. Metropark Hotel Macau 澳門維景酒店
    6. Emperor Hotel 帝濠酒店
    7. New Orient Landmark Hotel 新東方置地酒店
    8. Holiday Inn 澳門假日酒店
    9. Casa Real Hotel 皇家金堡酒店
    10. Hotel Sands Macau 澳門金沙酒店
    11. Hotel Fortuna 財神酒店

    Board of Asia-Pacific Symposium for Music Education Research (from 2017)

    Chair:
    Prof. Bo Wah Leung, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    Secretary:
    Dr Chee-Hoo Lum, National Institute of Education, Singapore

    Members

    • Prof. Margaret Barrett, University of Queensland, Australia
    • Prof. Jessie Chen, National Taichung University of Education, Taiwan
    • Dr. Baisheng Dai, Macao Polytechnic Institute, Macao
    • Prof Hiromichi Mito, Meiji Gakuin University, Japan
    • Prof. Steven Morrison, University of Washington, USA
    • Dr. Narutt Suttachitt, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
    • Dr. Ramona Mohamad Tahir, University Teknologi MARA, Selangor, Malaysia
    • Prof. Jiaxing Xie, China Conservatory of Music, China
    • Prof. Jong Mo Yang, Busan National University of Education, Korea

    Organising Committee

     

    12th APSMER organized by Macao Polytechnic Institute Organizing Committee

    • Chair:
      Prof. Dr. Hsu, Hsiu-chu
      (Director of School of Arts, Macao Polytechnic Institute)
    • Executive Chair:
      Dr. Dai, Bai Sheng (Associate Professor)
    • Committee:
      Dr. Dai, Ding Cheng (Professor)
      Dr. Leung, Hio Ming (Associate Professor)
      Dr. Mok, Kin Yee Raymond (Associate Professor)
      Leao, Maria Vanessa (Associate Professor)
      Luong, Kim Ying (Associate Professor)
      Dr. Kwok, Ka Ho Timothy (Lecturer)
      Dr. Wang, Xi (Lecturer)
    • Administrative Support:
      Mak, Pio Luis; Mok, Pui Chun Esther etc.

    第十二屆亞太音樂教育研究論壇由澳門理工學院舉辦,藝術高等學校音樂課程承辦

    組委會:

    • 主席:
      徐秀菊教授(澳門理工學院藝術高等學校校長)
    • 執行主席:
      代百生博士(副教授)
    • 成員:
      戴定澄博士(教授)
      梁曉鳴博士(副教授)
      莫健兒博士(副教授)
      梁劍英女士(副教授)
      梁詠茜女士(副教授)
      郭家豪博士(講師)
      王   曦博士(講師)
    • 行政支持:
      麥標、莫佩珍等

    Macao Polytechnic Institute Location

    Contact Us

    E-mail: apsmer2019@ipm.edu.mo
    Tel: +853-85993243
    Fax: +853-28700162

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