PATRICK SCHMIDT is Associate professor of music education at Florida International
University. He directs the graduate program and the school of music’s new online efforts. Prior to FIU Schmidt taught for 11 years at the Westminster Choir College of Rider University in Princeton, USA. He teaches courses as diverse as foundations of music education, secondary and choral methods, philosophy and sociology of music, curriculum, assessment, research, as well as courses related to curriculum and cultural studies – such as Hip Hop and Education and Teaching Music in the 21st century.
Schmidt served as president of the Philosophy SRIG, he led the Policy ASPA of the Society for Music Teacher Education, from 2007 to 2011. He also co-chaired the two North American ISME Regional Conferences in 2008 and 2010. His most recent publications can be found in the following journals: Theory into Practice; Arts Education Policy Review; Journal of Curriculum Theorizing; Philosophy of Music Education Review; Action, Theory & Criticism in Music Education Journal; The Ontario Institute Music Journal; The Journal of ABEM (Brazilian National Association for Music Educators) and the Finnish Journal of Music Education. He has edited a special issue of the education journal Theory into Practice and co-edited the National Society for the Study of Education (NSSE) book, published in June 2012 by Teachers College Press.
You may access Schmidt’s Blog by going to Music, Policy and Politics.
Watch below the video regarding a new Miami Project for Underserved Children as well a report in the FIU MAGAZINE.
University of Michigan Carrigan Lecture on November 12. Click here for further information
For full text PDFs of latest Publications, click HERE.
If you would like to reach me please send and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Via phone you can reach me at 609-532-6316
You can reach me also through Florida International University.
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