Spoken research papers

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2nd Meeting of the
UK Network of Music Educators and Researchers
of Young Children
Saturday 14th June 2014: 9.00 - 4.30
The Faculty of Music,
University of Cambridge
The Mary Allen Building
184, Hills Road,
Cambridge CB2 8PQ
CALL FOR PAPERS
Submission Deadline for abstract: 28 February 2014
The 2nd MERYC-UK conference will be hosted by the Faculty of Music,
University of Cambridge at the Mary Allen Building, 184, Hills Road,
Cambridge CB2 8PQ. We are indebted to Dr Pamela Burnard for
supporting this event within the British Educational Research
Association (BERA) Creativity Special Interest Group (SIG).
This 2nd conference follows the first meeting in 2012 at University of
Roehampton and is led by the UK network of MERYC affiliated to EuNet
MERYC that hosts a European conference biennially. MERYC UK hosts
its meetings on the alternate biennial years.
This one-day conference aims to explore the nature of partnerships in
music with young children. We welcome abstracts relating to one or
more of these areas:
Play
Musicality
Professionalism
Families
We welcome presentations that may encourage interactive
participation through discussion, digital technologies, practical
activities, dissemination of research and innovative practice. These
relate to music in early childhood (0-8 years), in education (both inside
and outside school), informal learning contexts and everyday life.
We welcome abstracts from participants from UK and Europe. These
will be reviewed anonymously.
Chair of MERYC UK:
Jessica Pitt ([email protected])
Conference Officer
Alison Street ([email protected])
Invited Keynote Speakers
Dr Sue Rogers, Head of Early Years and Primary Education: Institute of
Education, London, UK
Prof David J. Hargreaves, Applied Music Research Centre: University of
Roehampton, London, UK.
Panel of Reviewers
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Susan Young
Alison Street
Laura Huhtinen-Hilden
Michel Hogenes
Linda Bance
Jessica Pitt
Maureen Brookson
SUBMISSION
Submissions of abstracts are invited for:
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Spoken research papers
Spoken practice papers
Demonstrations/workshops
Spoken Papers
Spoken papers will be allocated 30 minutes, followed by 15 minutes for
questions and discussion.
Spoken research papers: these will be presentations of
research projects, explaining aims, method, data analysis, findings and
conclusion.
Spoken practice papers: these will be presentations of
practice, explaining novel approaches, pedagogical or other related
theories, accompanied by discussion of implications for future practice.
Demonstrations/workshops
The timing for these will be 45 minutes, including discussion.
SUBMISSION PROCEDURE
All abstracts for spoken papers and workshops must be sent by filling in
the application form below, which should then be emailed to
[email protected]
Abstracts (350 words) should be structured as follows:
Spoken research papers
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For research study papers the headings should include:
Background
Aims
Method
Results
Conclusions
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For theoretical/review papers, the headings should include:
Background
Aims
Main Contribution
Implications
Spoken practice paper
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Theoretical background and content
Age and characteristics of participants
Aims of the project
Method or pedagogical approach
The activities and outcomes
Conclusions and implications for future practice
Demonstration/workshop
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Background
Aims
Interactive participation
Implications
Specific value and meaning
Suggested Topic Areas:
Play
Musicality
Professionalism
Families
Please indicate the topic area and three keywords in your submission
There will be no proceedings produced of the day and a full paper will
not be required. Abstracts will be compiled and be made available
on the day.
Submissions will be blind-reviewed.
Deadline information
February 28th 2014
March 31st 2014
May 1st 2014
Abstract Submission
Notification of abstract acceptance
End of early-bird registration
For details of the venue, accommodation and cost of registration see
the MERYC-UK website at www.meryc.co.uk
Musical Partnerships in Play: Conference 14th June 2014
SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACT FORM
Main presenter
Name
Affiliation
Address
City
Country
Email
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Other presenters
Name
Affiliation
Email
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Affiliation
Email
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Affiliation
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Add additional authors if appropriate
Format of the presentation: please select one from the following.
Note: please complete a separate abstract form if you are proposing more than one type.
☐ Spoken research paper
☐ Spoken practice paper
☐ Demonstration/Workshop
Title of presentation
Keywords
Abstract (max. 350 words)
Please follow the guidelines in the Call for papers. When complete please email your 350 word submission to Jessica
Pitt at [email protected]
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