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Hansen presents a paper at International Conference in Birmingham, England and has multiple publications in 2016-17.

Posted 04/26/2017
Category: Accolades

Dee Hansen, Professor of Music Education in The Hartt School, presented her paper, Cultivating and Instigating Student-Engaged Teaching and Assessing in Music: Implications for Independent Musical Growth at 6th International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education on April 20, 2017 at the Birmingham City University.  The paper will be published in the symposium proceedings in 2018.

Dr. Hansen authored and co-authored several juried and invited articles in 2016-2017including:

  • Hansen, D., Assessing artistic literacy in the National Core Music Standards. In T.S. Brophy, J. Marlatt, & G. K. Ritcher (Eds.), Connecting practice, measurement, and evaluation: Selected papers from the 5th International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education (GIA).
  • Hansen, D., Learning through Music (Invited Feature Article). The Arts in Education Quarterly Newsletter.  Washington, D.C., The Office of Innovation and Improvement, United States Department of Education (USDE)
  • Hansen, D., & Imse, Leslie. Student-Centered Music Classrooms: Past Initiatives-Future Practices.  The Music Educators Journal. Reston:  National Association for Music Education.
  • Hansen, D., Theories and Practices of Sequential Curriculum Alignment:  Curriculum Design and Assessment for a 21st Century Education through Music. (in press). The Oxford Handbook of Assessment Policy and Practice in Music Education, Part 2: Curricular and Technical Aspects of Measurement in Music.

Professor Hansen was the keynote speaker presenting “The Connecticut Core Arts Standards and Artistic Literacy” and final session facilitator presenting “Artistic Literacy and Its Impact on Curriculum Development,” at the Connecticut State Department of Education training for school administrators on Thursday, March 30, 2017 in Hartford. 

Hansen also presented numerous national and statewide trainings including the National Association for Music Education, The Connecticut Arts Administrators Association, The Connecticut Association of Schools, The Kansas Music Educators Association,