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* Alison Reynolds

Departments:

Music Education

 

    • B.M.E.: Texas Christian University
      M.M.: Music Education, Temple University
      Ph.D.: Music Education, Temple University

      Dr. Alison Reynolds focuses her research and teaching interests on expressive and creative music development, early childhood and general music teacher preparation, and developing curriculum materials for children 12 years old and younger. Reynolds has been published in Journal of Research in Music Education, Bulletin for the Council of Research in Music Education, Arts Education Policy Review, Research Studies in Music Education, Journal of Music Teacher Education, Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, Perspectives, and several state music educators journals. She is in her second term of service on the review board for Bulletin of the Council of Research in Music Education, and serves on the He Kupu (the word) review board. Reynolds is co-author of Jump Right In: The Music Curriculum (Revised Edition) and Music Play, which has been translated to the Korean, Lithuanian, and Chinese. She is a frequent presenter of research and practice in international, national, regional, state, and local venues. |

      She guides undergraduates in the Music Learning and Development course, and has served as mentor for Diamond Peer Teachers, Diamond Research Scholars, or Creative Arts and Research and Scholarship award recipients. At the graduate level, she has taught Introduction to Research in Music Education, Learning Theory in Music, From Research to Practice in 21st Century Music Education, Creative Spaces in Music, and Qualitative Research. She guides graduate students’ extended practice in Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade music settings and higher education, collaborating with them on research and practical projects, and offering guidance on independent research projects, theses, and dissertations, and preparation for music teacher education.

      Reynolds serves as academic advisor to undergraduate and graduate students. She currently serves as Past Chair of the Early Childhood Music Education Special Research Interest Group within the National Association for Music Education, and Research Chair for Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA). She is a member of the certification faculty for the Gordon Institute of Music Learning, and holds membership in International Society for Music Education, National Association for Music Education, Society for Music Teacher Education, Pennsylvania Music Educators Association, Gordon Institute for Music Learning, American Orff Schulwerk Association, National Association for the Education of Young Children, and Early Childhood Music and Movement Association. In 2017, she received the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching from Temple University.

       

    • Selected Works/Publications

      Reynolds, A. M. (in press). Happy new (academic) year, thank you Dr. Strouse, and getting started with research. PMEA News, Fall 2017.


      Reynolds, A. M., & Dansereau, D. R. (2017, November 20). Promoting equity, community, and culture among our youngest musicians: Music engagement connecting research with practice. Blog Post Part 2.

      Reynolds, A. M., & Dansereau, D. R. (2017, July 17). Promoting equity, community, and culture among our youngest musicians: Music engagement connecting research with practice. Blog Post Part 1.

      Reynolds, A. M. (2017, Summer). Considering noncognitive skills in music-learning settings. PMEA News, 81(2), 36-38.

      Reynolds, A. M., & Valerio, W. H., Guest Editors Arts Education Policy Review 118(3), pp. 133-188.

      Reynolds, A. M., & Valerio, W. H. (Eds.). (2017). Early childhood arts education in the United States: A special issue of Arts Education Policy Review. Arts Education Policy Review, 118(3), 133-139. doi:10.1080/10632913.2017.1287804

      Reynolds, A. M., & Burton, S. L. (2017). Serve and return: Communication foundations for early childhood music policy stakeholders. In A. M. Reynolds & W. H. Valerio (Eds.), Early childhood arts education in the United States: A special issue of Arts Education Policy Review, 118(3), 140- 153. Doi:10.1080/10632913.2016.1244779

      McClure, M., Tarr, P., Thompson, C. M., & Eckhoff, A. (2017). Defining quality in visual art education for young children: Building on the Position Statement of the Early Childhood Art Association. In A.M. Reynolds & W. H. Valerio (Eds.), Early childhood arts education in the United States: A special issue of Arts Education Policy Review, 118(3), 154-163. doi:10.1080/10632913.2016.1245167

      Brown, V. (2017). Drama as a valuable learning medium in early childhood. In A. M. Reynolds & W. H. Valerio (Eds.), Early childhood arts education in the United States: A special issue of Arts Education Policy Review, 118(3), 164-171. doi:10.1080/10632913.2016.1245167

      Faber, R. (2017). Dance and early childhood cognition: The Isadora effect. In A. M. Reynolds & W. H. Valerio (Eds.), Early childhood arts education in the United States: A special issue of Arts Education Policy Review, 118(3), 172-182. doi:10.1080/10632913.2016.1245166

      Baum, A. C. (2017). Powerful allies: Arts educators and early childhood educators joining forces on behalf of young children. In A. M. Reynolds & W. H. Valerio (Eds.), Early childhood arts education in the United States: A special issue of Arts Education Policy Review, 118(3), 183-188. doi:10.1080/10632913.2016.1245165

      Burton, S. L., Reynolds, A. M., & Valerio, W. H. (2016, April 22). Programs, practices, and policies: Incorporating PK in music teacher education. National Association for Music Education, Society for Music Teacher Education: Policy Area for Strategic Planning and Action. Retrieved from http://smte.us/wp-content/uploads/2006/10/2016-04-22-07.01-Policy-ASPA-Webinar.mp4

      Reynolds, A. M., & Valerio, W. H. (2015). Early childhood music curriculum. In C. Conway (Ed.), Designing musicianship focused curriculum and assessment (pp. 329-366). Chicago: GIA.

      Reynolds, A. M., Renzoni, K., Turowski, P., & Waters, H. D. (2015). “Pssst . . . Over here!” Young children shaping the future of music education. In C. Randles (Ed.), Music education: Navigating the future (pp. 201-214). New York: Routledge.


      Reynolds, A. M. (2014). Qualitative research in early childhood music education. In C. Conway (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of qualitative research in American music education (pp. 339-361). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

      Valerio, W. H., Reynolds, A. M., Morgan, G. B., & McNair, A. A. (2012). Construct validity of the Children’s Music-Related Behavior Questionnaire. Journal of Research in Music Education, 60(2), 186-200.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2012). General music teachers talk professional development: Kindling the spark, fanning the flame, and keeping an eye on the fire. In M. Barrett & S. Stauffer (Eds.), Narrative soundings: An anthology of Narrative Inquiry in Music Education (pp. 275-286). Springer.

       

      Valerio, W. H., Reynolds, A. M., Grego, J., Yap, C. C., & McNair, A. (2011). Parents’ documentation of their young children’s music behaviors. In S. L. Burton & C. C. Taggart (Eds.), Learning from young children: Research in early childhood music (pp. 161-180). Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Education in association with MENC. Lanham: MD.

      Reynolds, A. M. (2010). If the shoe fits . . . Tapping into undergraduate peer-teaching experiences to promote music teacher and music teacher educator socialization and identity. In A. C. Clements (Ed), Alternative approaches in music education: Case studies from the field (pp. 257-569). Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Education in association with MENC.

       

      Overland, C., & Reynolds, A. M. (2010). The role of MENC: The National Association for Music Education in early childhood music education from 1980 to 2007. Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 31(2) 99-117.

       

      Valerio, W. H., & Reynolds, A. M. (2009). Peekaboo and Fill-in-the-Blank: Age-old games with a social-music-interaction twist. Perspectives: A Publication of the Early Childhood Music and Movement Association, 4(3), 10-15.

       

      Burton, S. L., & Reynolds, A. M. (2009). Transforming music teacher education through service-learning. Journal of Music Teacher Education, 18(2), 18-33.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2009). Movement, for music’s sake. In International Conference on Music Education in Lithuanian Conference Proceedings, Vilnius, Lithuania.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2008). Movement, for music’s sake! Perspectives: A Publication of the Early Childhood Music and Movement Association, 3(1), 9-13.

       

      Valerio, W. H., Reynolds, A. M., Apostoli, A., Gruhn, W., Rodrigues, H., Poskue-Grun, R. (2008). Sharing a social music interaction music-learning framework in six countries. In M. Baroni & J. Tafuri Abstracts of Sessions at the 28th International Society for Music Education World Conference, Music at all Ages, pp. 200-205. Bologna: Tipografia.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2008, May). Teaching with musical moments in mind: Prospects for success in and out of school. Tempo. Official Publication of the New Jersey Music Educators Association.


      REPRINT. (2008). Teaching with musical moments in mind: Prospects for success in and out of school. Mass Music News. Official Publication of the Massachusetts Music Educators Association, 56(3), 38

       

      Reynolds, A. M., Long, S., & Valerio, W. H. (2007). Language acquisition and music acquisition: Possible parallels. In L. R. Bartel (Series Ed.) & K. Smithrim & R. Upitis (Vol. Eds.), Listen to their voices Research to practice: A biennial series (Vol. 3, pp. 211-227). Canadian Music Educators Association.

       

      Reynolds, A. M., & Beitler, N. (2007, Summer). Reflective practice in a middle school instrumental setting. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, 173, 55-69.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2007, Winter). Improvisation: An objective AND an assessment! CMEA News, 18-22. Official Publication of the Connecticut Music Educators Association.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2007). Movement through the years: Why move? MI-GIML Newsletter 10(1), 8.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2006, Spring). Vocal interactions during informal early childhood music classes. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, 168, 35-49.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2005). Guiding early childhood music development: A moving experience. In M. Runfola & C. C. Taggart (Eds.), The development and practical application of music learning theory (pp. 87-100). Chicago: GIA.

       

      Reynolds, A. M., Jerome, A., Preston, A. L., & Haynes, H. O. (2005, Summer). Service-learning in music education: Participants’ reflections. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, 165, 79-91.

       

      Daniel, S. M., & Reynolds, A. M. (2005). Success strategies for teaching kindergarten music. Southwestern Musician: Official Publication for Texas Music Educators Association, 74(5), 58-61.

       

      Reynolds, A. M., & Hyun, K. (2004, December). Understanding music aptitude: Teachers’ interpretations. Research Studies in Music Education, 23, 18-31.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2004, Summer). Service-learning in music teacher education: An overview. Journal of Music Teacher Education, 9-17.

       

      Reynolds, A. M., & Conway, C. M. (2003, Winter). Perceptions of participants involved in a service-learning music education field experience. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, 155, 1-10.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2003, Summer). Participants in a service-learning partnership: Agents of change. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, 157, 71-81.

       

       

      EARLY CHILDHOOD AND GENERAL MUSIC CURRICULA

      Taggart, C. C., Reynolds, A. M., Valerio, W. H., & Gordon, E. E. (2010). Jump right in: The music curriculum. (Rev. ed.): Kindergarten Teacher’s Edition. GIA Publications.

       

      Taggart, C. C., Bolton, B. M., Reynolds, A. M., Valerio, W. H., & Gordon, E. E. (2006, Fall). Jump right in: The music curriculum. (Rev. ed.), Book 4. Chicago: GIA.
      Elementary general music series textbook includes: Teacher’s Edition, Student Book, Compact Disc Recordings.

       

      Valerio, W. H., Reynolds, A. M., Bolton, B. M., Taggart, C. C., & Gordon, E. E. (2004). Yinyue youxi [Music play], translated by Gan Wang and Hao Liu. Beijing: China Translation and Publishing Corporation.

       

      Valerio, W. H., Reynolds, A. M., Bolton, B. B., Taggart, C. C., and Gordon, E. E. (2004). Muzikos zˇaismas [Music play], Regina Proskute-Grun (Ed.). Vilnius, Lithuania: Kronta.

       

      Taggart, C. C., Bolton, B. M., Reynolds, A. M., Valerio, W. H., & Gordon, E. E. (2004, April). Jump right in: The music curriculum. (Rev. ed.), Book 3. Chicago: GIA. Elementary general music series textbook includes: Teacher’s Edition, Student Book, Piano Accompaniment Book, Compact Disc Recordings.

       

      Reynolds, A.M. (2004, April). Jump right in: The music curriculum, (Rev. ed), Student Book 3. Chicago: GIA.

       

      Valerio, W. H., Reynolds, A. M., Bolton, B. B., Taggart, C. C., & Gordon, E. E. (2002). Music play. (Helen K. Yi, trans.). Hanam-city, Korea: IEC Music English.

       

      Taggart, C. C., Bolton, B. M., Reynolds, A. M., Valerio, W. H., & Gordon, E. E. (2001). Jump right in: The music curriculum. (Rev. ed.), Book 2. Chicago: GIA. Elementary general music series textbook includes: Teacher’s Edition, Student Book, Piano Accompaniment Book, Compact Disc Recordings.

       

      Taggart, C. C., Bolton, B. M., Reynolds, A. M., Valerio, W. H., & Gordon, E. E. (2000). Jump right in: The music curriculum. (Rev. ed.), Book 1. Chicago: GIA. Elementary general music series textbook includes: Teacher’s Edition, Student Book, Piano Accompaniment Book, Compact Disc Recordings.

       

      Valerio, W. H., Reynolds, A. M., Bolton, B. M., Taggart, C. C., & Gordon, E. E. (1998). Music play: Guide for parents, teachers, and caregivers. Chicago: GIA.

       

    • 2017-18 Engagements

      Dansereau, D. R., & Reynolds, A. M. (2017, November 17). The food of love: Music engagement to promote equity, community, and culture. 1.25-hour workshop session accepted for presentation at the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) 2017 AnnualConference, Atlanta, GA. (Underlying messages same as NAfME presentation; in the NAEYC session, the focus and expectations for engagements designed for attendees with early childhood education backgrounds.)

      Reynolds, A. M., & Dansereau, D. R. (2017, November 13). Promoting equity, community, and culture among our youngest musicians: Music engagement connecting research with practice. One-hour workshop session accepted for presentation at the 2017 NAfME (National Association for Music Education) National In- Service Conference, Dallas, TX. (Underlying messages same as NAEYC presentation; in the NAfME session, the focus and expectations for engagements designed for attendees with music education backgrounds.)

      Reynolds, A. M. (2017, November 7). Getting started with research. Presentation for PMEA District 11, Montgomery County Community College, Blue Bell, PA.

      Reynolds, A. M. (2017, October 28th). Guest Lecturer, Title of Talk To Be Determined. Half-hour talk invited for attendees at the VII International Colloquium on Arts for Infancy, held by Gulbenkian, Helena Rodriguez da Silva, organizer, at the New University of Lisbon, Portugal.

      Reynolds, A. M. (2017, October 27th). Workshop, Topic/Title To Be Determined. Workshop and lecture for music psychology and music education students, New University of Lisbon, Portugal.

      Reynolds, A. M., & Waters, H. D. (2017, October 19-21st, date TBAssigned). Children’s compositions, performances, and interactions initiated through play. 90-minute pre-formed panel accepted for presentation at the 1st International Conference Music for and by Children: Perspectives from Children,

      Composers, Performers and Educators (musichildren’17) at the University of Aveiro, Portugal.

      Valerio, W. H., & Reynolds, A. M. (2017, August 2). Children’s music behaviors: What can we do with what parents know? Mini session (30 minutes) accepted for presentation at the 6th International Conference on Music Learning Theory: Continuing the Legacy of Audiation, Chicago, IL.

      Reynolds, A. M., Valerio, W. H., & Taggart, C. C. (2017, August 2). Jamming and creating with Music Play II: Celebrating extended preparatory audiation practices and contributions from MLT practitioners. Session (1 hour) accepted for presentation at the 6th International Conference on Music Learning Theory: Continuing the Legacy of Audiation, Chicago, IL.

      Reynolds, A. M. (2017, July 17). Gordon Institute for Music Learning: Early Childhood Level 1. Guest observer and workshop clinician. Temple University Center City, Philadelphia, PA.

      2016-2017 Engagements

      Reynolds, A. M. (2016, October 6). Early childhood music education research and practice: Including parents’ voices. Invited presentation to graduate music education students at The University of Delaware, Newark, DE.

      Reynolds, A. M., Waters, H., & Westlake, E. (2016, July 20). Our children have their own P.L.A.Y.-lists: Project P.L.A.Y. School parents’ descriptions of their children’s musicking. Paper presentation International Society for Music Education: Early Childhood Music Education commission 17th International Seminar, Ede, The Netherlands. Burton, S. L., & Reynolds, A. M. (2016, July 18) Symposium: The role of policy on shaping young children’s musical identities. Panel presentation International Society for Music Education: Early Childhood Music Education commission 17th International Seminar, Ede, The Netherlands.

      2015 – 2016 Engagements

      Reynolds, A. M., Dansereau, D. R. (2016). Climate change: Envisioning music teachers’ roles in shaping 21st century early childhood music education policy, research, and practice. Invited workshop session at the 2016 Early Childhood Music and Movement Association Convention, Salt Lake City, UT.

      Reynolds, A. M., & Dansereau, D. R. (2016, June). Research roundup. Invited workshop session at the 2016 Early Childhood Music and Movement Association Convention, Salt Lake City, UT.

      Burton, S. L., Reynolds, A. M., & Valerio, W. H. (2016, March). Programs,
      practices, and policies in music education: Incorporating PK in music
      teacher education.
      Paper presentation at the 2016 National Association for Music Education Music Research and Teacher Education National Conference, Atlanta, GA.

      Reynolds, A. M. (2015, December 2). Music learning theory: An overview. Invited presentation for the Pennsylvania Collegiate Music Educators Association chapter, West Chester University, West Chester, Pennsylvania.

      Reynolds, A. M. (2015, November 3). Playful music interactions supporting lifelong music engagement. Invited presentation at the annual Pennsylvania Music Educators Association annual District 12 in-service conference, Garnet Valley High School, Glen Mills, PA.

      Valerio, W. H., Baum, A., Schnake, K., & Reynolds, A. M. (2015, October 29). Cross-cultural conversations: Insights into early childhood music and general education in Ireland and the US. Interactive presentation with Marion Brennan, 30 in-service early childhood teachers, Maynooth, Ireland.

      Reynolds, A. M., Valerio, W. H., & Baum, A. (2015, October 28). Honoring young children’s musical selves: Navigating and crossing troubled borders. Symposium presentation at Narratives of Difference: Translations, Transgressions, and Transformations, the 23rd International Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education (RECE) Conference, Dublin, Ireland.

      Reynolds, A. M. (2015, October 9). An overview of undergraduate music education major’s preparation for teaching certification in the US: Temple University as one Pennsylvania perspective. Presentation for music student teachers at Yokohama National University, Japan.

      Reynolds, A. M. (2015, October 9). Considerations for prioritizing music for young children. Presentation for research colleagues in music education and early childhood education, Yokohama National University, Japan.

      Reynolds, A. M. (2015, October 8). Achieving cohesion in research design and methodology. Presentation for doctoral seminar in music education at Yokohama National University, Japan.

      Reynolds, A. M. (2015, October 6). Music learning theory. Observations and inservice for music teachers at Gunma Kokusai Academy, Ota, Gunma, Japan.

      Ogawa, M., Omi, A., Awa, Y., & Inoshita, B. with Reynolds, A. M., special guest commentator; M. Nagaoka, Chair. (2015, October 3). Comparing national curriculum of the USA, Hungary, Germany and Finland: How each country thinks about music education. Paper symposium presentation at the Japan Music Education Society, Miyazaki, Japan.

      Reynolds, A. M. (2015, August 4). What’s a learning sequence activity? Invited mini conference session at the 5th International Conference on Music Learning Theory, Gordon Institute for Music Learning, Chicago, IL.

      2014-2015 Engagements

      March 27, 2015: Maragos, J., & Reynolds, A. M. Something old, something new, something borrowed = Something YOU! Presentation at the annual conference of Pennsylvania Music Educators Association, Hershey, PA.

       

      February 5, 2015: Reynolds, A. M., & Waters, H. D. Co-constructing music and research: Making music learning audible and visible. Research paper presentation at Suncoast Music Education Research Symposium X, Tampa, FL.

       

      October 26, 2014: Maragos, J., & Reynolds, A. M. Something old, something new, something borrowed = Something YOU! Presentation at the National In-Service Conference of the National Association for Music Education, Nashville, TN.

       

      August 13, 2014: Reynolds, A. M. Student voice and Student choice: Self expression in music. Invited workshop for the annual conference of the Korean Music Education Society, Sungshin Women’s University, Seoul, Korea.

       

      August 12, 2014: Reynolds, A. M. Art. Music. Culture. Preserving contexts, erasing borders. Invited Keynote Speech for the annual conference of the Korean Music Education Society, Sungshin Women’s University, Seoul, Korea.

       

      August 11, 2014: Reynolds, A. M. Making music learning audible and visible. Invited workshop for graduate music education students, faculty, and guests from Seoul National University and Kyungin National University of Education. Workshop held at Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.

       

      August 11, 2014: Reynolds, A. M. . Making music learning audible and visible. Invited workshop for graduate music education students, faculty, and guests from Sungshin Women’s university and Sanmyung University. Workshop held at Sanmyung University, Seoul, Korea.

       

      July 16, 2014: Reynolds, A. M., & Waters, H. D. Co-constructing music and research: Making music learning audible and visible. Research paper presentation at the Early Childhood Music Education Commission Seminar, International Society for Music Education, Brasilia, Brazil.

       

      July 23, 2014: Reynolds, A. M, & Waters, H. D. Co-constructing music and research: Making music learning audible and visible. Research poster presentation at the International Society for Music Education, Porto Alegre, Brazil.

       

      April 2014: Reynolds, A. M., Valerio, W. H., & Morgan, G. Examining the ability of the Children's Music Behavior Inventory to classify children by age. Roundtable presentation at the annual American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA.

       

      April, 2014: Reynolds, A. M., & Waters, H. Adults and children at P.L.A.Y.: A second year co-constructing music in a preschool setting. Paper presentation at the annual American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA.

       

      March 29, 2014: Reynolds, A. M., & Waters, H. Hear today: Jam tomorrow! Juried and invited half-day workshop at the annual Pennsylvania Music Educators Association Conference, Hershey, PA.

       

      March 20, 2014: Reynolds, A. M., Renzoni, K., Turowski, P., Waters, H., & Westlake, E. "If you want to get a different instrument, you can!" A mindset for 21st century music education. Paper presentation at New Directions in Music Education: Teaching composition, improvisation, and the new musicianship. East Lansing, MI.

       

      Previous engagements:

      Reynolds, A. M. (2013, November 10-11). Making learning visible & audible: Early childhood music education. Two presentations for undergraduate music education majors at Gettysburg College. Gettysburg, PA.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2013, November 5). Something old, something new, something borrowed, something YOU! Improvisation in early childhood music settings. Workshop presented for the annual Pennsylvania Music Educators Association District 11 in-service day, Montgomery County Community College, Blue Bell, PA.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2013, October 14). Music aptitude tests. Invited presentation for Measurement and Evaluation graduate seminar at the University of South Carolina.

       

      Valerio, W. H., & Reynolds, A. M. (2013, October 14). Adult music development resulting from social music interactions with young children. Workshop and demonstration presented at the Music and Lifelong Learning Symposium, Columbia, SC.

       

      Reynolds, A. M., & Valerio, W. H. (2012, November). Creating musical moments to support developmentally appropriate practice. Workshop presentation at the annual National Association for the Education of Young Children conference, Atlanta, GA.

       

      Reynolds, A. M., & Valerio, W. H. (2012, August 6). Learning from parents: Music behaviors demonstrated by young children who attend early childhood music programs. Research paper presentation at the Early Childhood Music and Movement Association Conference, Green Lake, WS.

       

      Reynolds, A. M., & Filsinger, K. B., with Chayot, K., Goldberg, K., and Children from Project P.L.A.Y. School (2012, July). Co-constructing music-rich environments in preschool settings. Research-based workshop at the Biennial Early Childhood Music Education Commission Conference, Corfu, Greece.

       

      Reynolds, A. M., Zhang, Y., & Filsinger, K. B. (2012, June 30). Music Play festival for children and their parents. Music workshop in Shishi, Fujian, China.

       

      Reynolds, A. M., Zhang, Y., & Filsinger, K. B. (2012, June 23-25). Music Play Course: Preparing Early Childhood Teachers for Music Activities with Children birth-6 years old. Three-day workshop in Fuzhou, Fujina, China.

       

      Reynolds, A. M., Zhang, Y., & Filsinger, K. B. (2012, June 23). Music Play festival for children and their parents. Music workshop in Fuzhou, Fujian, China.

       

      Reynolds, A. M., Zhang, Y., & Filsinger, K. B. (2012, June 18). Music Learning Theory and its principles: An overview. Lecture and workshop at Shanghai Conservatory, Shanghai, China.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2012, April 9-27). Visiting Scholar. Research, presentations, consulting, and observing at Yokohama International School, Yokohama, Japan.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2012, April 25). Learning to listen for musical moments in a Reggio-inspired preschool. Research-based presentation at Yokohama International School, Yokohama, Japan.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2012, April 24). Parents as partners: Erasing borders between school life and home life. Invited talk at Yokohama International School, Yokohama, Japan.

       

      Reynolds, A. M., Reese, J. W., & Clauhs, M. (2012, April 19-21). Add contact! Guided observations in music settings using Skype®. Juried workshop presentation at the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association Annual Conference, Lancaster, PA.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2012, April 17 and 24). Community of learners: Where do we go from here? Workshop presentation at Yokohama International School, Yokohama, Japan.

       

      Reynolds, A. M. (2012, April 17). Language acquisition and music acquisition: Context, conversation, and continuity. Workshop presentation at Yokohama International School, Yokohama, Japan.

       

      Reynolds, A. M., & Koontz, T. (2012, January 13). Diamond peer teacher: Top 10 suggestions from a DPT and her mentor. Invited presentation at the Diamond Peer Teacher Orientation luncheon, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.