Having trouble providing clear, understandable feedback to your students? In this interactive session, the facilitator discusses specific approaches to teacher feedback, how to refine clarity of thinking about feedback and how to to improve communication and understanding among our students. The session includes specific examples of instructional activities and assessment techniques that can help enhance student learning through out-of-class experiences.
About the Facilitator
Jeremy Lane is the music department chair at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He formerly taught courses in music education and research at the University of South Carolina. While at USC he was also the founding director of the Congaree New Horizons Band Program, a group that provides opportunities for adults age 50 and over to learn to play a band instrument. Jeremy has published research in leading journals, including the Journal of Research in Music Education, and has presented research at numerous state, regional, national, and international conventions. His research interests include instrumental conducting, teacher effectiveness and qualitative methods in music education. He is a graduate of New Mexico State University, Baylor University, and earned his Ph.D. from Louisiana State University.