The 2010 MTNA National Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 20–24, will provide an opportunity for selected individuals to present research in a condensed way that is geared toward the visual learner.
There are two types of poster presentations:
Research papers—projects that focus on a clearly articulated research question or hypothesis and a clear and appropriate methodology. Research reports dealing with any aspect of music, music teaching, music learning or related subject areas are welcome.
Studio/pedagogy projects—demonstrate interesting and creative ways of teaching music skills such as harmonization, sight playing, composition, music history, theory or any other practical information teachers can use in their studios.
Posters sessions will be given on Monday and Tuesday, March 22–23, 10:30 a.m.–12:00 noon in the conference exhibit hall.
Call for Poster Sessions (PDF)