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1 Linda Page Neelly, Ph.D. 233 Fire Tower Road Pomfret Center, CT (o) (cell) EDUCATION 2000 Ph.D. in Music Education, University of Rochester, NY 1992 M.M., Eastman School of Music 1986 B.S. Music Education, Magna cum Laude, University of Memphis, TN EXPERIENCE 2001 Administrative and Professorial Roles University of Connecticut, Storrs CT, Neag School of Education, School of Fine Arts, and Jorgensen Center for Performing Arts Online Facilitator for Graduate Education, Boston University Private Instructor of voice, piano, organ Professional Developer in Teacher Education Connecticut State Department of Education; California State Department of Education New York City Board of Education, Tulsa OK Public Schools; Metropolitan Opera Early Childhood Music Program; Texaco Foundation; Windham CT Public Schools; Massachusetts Board of Education; New Hampshire Board of Education; National Association for Music Education; National Association for the Education of Young Children; White Plains NY Music Consultant Metropolitan Opera, Early Childhood Consultant and Early Notes Director Sesame Street, primary content advisor for Sesame Music Works American Council on Education (ACE), Washington DC West Ed Research Agency, Sausalito CA Fisher Price Toys Vtech Toys Professorial Roles Visiting Professor of Music Education, Eastman School of Music (invited) Assistant Professor of Music, Belmont University, Nashville, TN (invited) Assistant Professor of Music, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL Assistant Professor of Music, California State University, Chico (invited) Graduate Teaching Assistant, Eastman School of Music Neelly 1

2 Music Specialist, Rochester NY City Schools: Rochester Magnet School for the Arts: High School; School 44 Elementary Magnet for the Arts; Rochester High School Science Magnet ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE 2014 Director, Community School of the Arts. Responsible for all operations of the School. Duties include collaborating with School of Fine Arts Dean and Board of Directors to implement school and university mission for year round arts school; design programs, oversee curriculum, and assess outcomes for 1000 students and over 40 faculty; oversee 550K budget, as well as all faculty hiring and evaluating, create and manage website; and implement marketing plans, biweekly payroll, and daily operations of five buildings. Progamming: (*Neelly initiated) Visual Arts: pottery, printmaking, handbuilding, drawing and 2-D media, *digital media Musical Arts: choral groups, chamber ensembles, Suzuki programs in strings (guitar, cello and violin), private instruction in all instruments Writing and Creative Expression, *writing across the arts *Drama: Youth and Adult Classes, integration of School with UConn Opera in productions *Professional Development for Music and Arts Teachers. Includes areas of early childhood music, Integration of Core Curriculum, Score Reading sessions, Stem to Steam * 2015 goal: Integration of art and music classes with local art teachers and parks system Coordinator of Music Education. Neag School of Education, University of CT Responsible for curriculum development and program accreditation processes for music education program (B.S.B.A) to an integrated bachelor masters program (IBM). Coordinate curricular changes, student admissions to IBM program, and course development. Coordinate school partnerships for students clinic and student teaching experiences. Facilitate music partnerships with Jorgensen Center for the Arts, UConn Opera Program, and public schools. Participate in Neag and University-wide Standing Committees: Executive Committee; Admissions; Curriculum and Instruction; Teacher Education; Assessment; Scholarship; University Senate Diversity; University Senate Student Welfare; Budget; NEAG Promotion, Tenure, Appointment Committee; Graduate and Undergraduate Curriculum; Department Chair and Faculty Search Chair; Strategic Planning; NASM, NEASC, and NCATE accreditations Education Outreach Coordinator, Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts, University of Connecticut. Write grants; coordinate JOY! Program for Neelly 2

3 underserved and economically challenged young people; design musical materials for children, parents, teachers, and audiences for attendance to concerts; provide professional development for classroom teachers Director of Three Summers Masters Program in Music Education: responsible for program administration, faculty hiring, as well as supervision and evaluation of faculty Orff Shulwerk Levels Program Director, University of Connecticut: managed all administrative aspects of summer program including faculty hiring, in service teacher admissions, budget Tanglewood Symposium II Pre-Conference Event Organizer and Facilitator. Organized symposium with four plenary speakers and eight respondents Coordinator of the Early Childhood Music Program, University of Connecticut Community School of the Arts: coordinate teaching and curricular processes for children 3 months to five years of age and their family members Director of the Metropolitan Opera Early Notes Music Program: Designed and implemented opera related curriculum in NYC public schools; collaborated with Met officials, NYC Board of Education and Texaco to provide opera outreach to NYC public schools and student visits to Lincoln Center; provided pedagogical assistance to artists in the Metropolitan Opera Young Artists Program Coordinator of early childhood music sessions at National Conferences for Music Educators National Conference and the National Association for the Education of Young Children. COURSES DEVELOPED AND TAUGHT General Methods for Graduate Students (UBD Framework), Seminars on Learning and Teaching, General Psychology, Music Psychology, Educational Foundations and Educational Psychology, Learning Theories, Elementary and Secondary Music Methods, Vocal Pedagogy, Ethnic Music, Choral Methods, Musical Skills, Music Appreciation, Music Theory, Student Teaching and Clinic Supervision/Seminars, Private Voice and Piano, Music for Special Learners, Early Childhood Music, Integrated Arts for Teachers, Research, Measurement and Evaluation, Qualitative Methodology CONSULTING 2010 current: Consultant for American Council on Education. Responsible for assessment of collegiate curricula for programs in U.S. Army and institutions of higher education across the country Neelly 3

4 October, 2009 current: Music consultant for Windham CT Public Schools July-September 2012: Connecticut State Department of Education. Designed early childhood arts framework with measures and outcomes current: West Ed Research Agency. Designed outcomes and measures for State of Illinois early childhood arts framework and State of California Department of Education VPA curriculum July, 2012: Connecticut State Department of Education. Designed early childhood outcomes for state learning in early childhood framework current: Music Consultant for School Districts State of Connecticut Department of Education and school districts including White Plains, NY; Hartford, CT; New York City Board of Education; Rochester, NY; Tulsa OK; Houston, TX Fisher Price Friends, Early Childhood Music Consultant Provided content for video press releases and appropriate applications for interactive musical toys V-tech Corporation, Early Childhood Music Consultant Advised in conceptualization and development of interactive musical toys Metropolitan Opera, Lincoln Center. Responsible for content of outreach programs for Young Artists and public school early childhood music programs. Designed early childhood music program which was implemented in Queens NY Public Schools. The program involved integration of opera content into the school curriculum and the preparation of children for attendance to 26 opera rehearsals and performances at Lincoln Center White Plains NY School District, Early Childhood Music Consultant Provided two years of site-based professional development in early childhood music for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten classroom and music teachers in context of Texaco Foundation grant Sesame Street Music Works Project, Primary Content Advisor Advised on-line group and strategic partnerships group in design and implementation of Sesame Street Music Works early childhood music initiative. Duties included conceptualization of multimedia events, press releases, and products, including videotape, Music Works and Music Toolkit, educational materials, and content for interactive website at Sesame Music Zone. [Videotapes in English and Spanish have been distributed free of charge to over 200,000 persons; over 30 million visits to Sesame Music Zone have been documented since November 12, 2001 web site launch; and the initiative has received over a dozen awards, including New York Festivals Competition, the Telly Awards, and International Film and Video Awards.] Neelly 4

5 Washington National Opera, Washington, DC, Early Childhood Music Consultant Assisted in the design of early childhood music program and provided site-based professional development for early childhood classroom teachers and music teachers The National Association for the Education of Young Children, Advisor Assisted in the revision of music criteria for NAEYC teacher education standards. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS Western Illinois University: Development of music business internships with music industry in Nashville, TN. DIT, Dublin Institute of Technology: Assisted in partnerships with UConn opera and DIT opera in March Students performed collaborative opera project. Metropolitan Opera: Worked directly with the Met to establish outreach programs for children in NYC schools and provide professional development for classroom teachers. Sesame Street: Served role of content supervisor for online music making website, music video for Music Works, professional development at national conferences, and outreach to schools. Eastman School of Music: Worked with Rochester Symphony Orchestra to provide Tiny Tots concerts to preschool and school-age children. Eastman students were involved as teachers in the schools for upcoming RPO concerts. University of Connecticut: Coordinate partnerships with public schools to design partnerships in which all music education students to complete internships, observations, and student teaching. Soprano Soloist: Symphony, Chamber, Jazz Atlanta Symphony Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra Penfield NY Orchestra Miami FLA Symphony Orchestra Brighton NY Symphony Northeast Georgia Symphony Jazz Express, Chico, CA Eastman Musica Novae Major Roles: Opera and Theatre Rochester Opera Theatre Memphis Opera Theatre MUSIC PERFORMANCE Neelly 5

6 University of GA Opera Chico State Opera GeVA Theatre, Rochester NY Youtheatre, Rochester NY Blackfriars Theatre, Rochester NY Downstairs Cabaret, Rochester NY Stage III, Rochester NY : Soloist and Emcee, Children s Concerts with Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra 1998 current: church organist and choir director Television and Commercial Broadcasting Featured Soloist: PBS presentation of The Messiah Commericals for Fisher Price Toys Widmer Wines NY (jingle) Sibley s Department Stores (jingle) Kodak presentations and marketing videos IBM trade videotapes Upstate Chevy Dealers PUBLICATIONS Neelly, L. P. (Winter, 2014). Designing Appropriate Assessment in Music. Perspectives, Early Childhood Music and Movement Association. Neelly, L. & Woods, D.G. (2011). Transcending Boundaries in Tanglewood Symposium II, GIA Publications. Neelly, L. P. July Third Wave Feminism is for Music Education: Rethinking Curriculum and Instruction, Published Proceedings of the 8 th International Conference on Education, Samos, Greece. Neelly, L. P. July Music as Cultural Capital: Exploring Relationships of Culture and Inequality in Music Learning and Teaching Processes, Published Proceedings for the Seventh International Conference on the Arts in Society, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK. October, , Transcending Boundaries of Music Learning and Teaching, Experiential Learning with a Feminist Lens. Research Symposium supported by the Society for Educational Studies and the Oxford Centre for Sociocultural and Activity Theory Research, University of Oxford, UK. Neelly, L. (Summer, 2008) Giving Wings to Children s Musical Minds, Early Childhood Movement and Music Association. Neelly 6

7 Neelly, L. (2007). Musical ConverSings with Children. Nova Science. Neelly, L. (2002). Enriching Children s Musical Lives: An Interactive Model of Musical Play. Journal of the Connecticut Music Educators Association. LIV(1), Neelly, L. (2002, August). Bringing Opera to Life for Young Children: An Intercultural Collaboration in New York City. Published proceedings of the 25 th Biennial World Conference of the International Society for Music Education, Bergen, Norway. Neelly, L. (2002, July). Practical Ways to Improve Singing in Early Childhood Classrooms. Young Children, 57(4), Neelly, L. (2001). You know the worth of music when the songs run dry. Journal of the Connecticut Music Educators Association, LIII(1), Neelly, L. (2001, Summer). A Model for Collaborative Reflection: Giving Voice to a Developing Portrait. Early Childhood Connections: Journal of Music- and Movement-Based Learning, 7(3), Neelly, L. (2001, May). What You Live You Learn: Developmentally Appropriate Music Practice. Young Children, 56(3), Neelly, L., & Fox, D. B. (2001, Winter) Building Blocks: A Music Intervention Program. Early Childhood Connections: Journal of Music- and Movement-Based Learning 7(1), [Also published in conference proceedings of the Early Childhood Commission of the 24 th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Music Education, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, July, 2000.] Neelly, L. (2002, August). Forging New Musical Territory: An Interactive Model of Musical Play for Preschool Children. Poster presentation and published proceedings of the 25 th Biennial World Conference of the Early Childhood Commission of the International Society for Music Education, Copenhagen, Denmark. Neelly, L. (2003, March). Tune in with your child through music. Neelly, L. (2002, Winter). Putting It All Together with Music. All Children Considered, University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension System, 10(3), 3-4. Neelly, L. (2001, August). Music as Developmentally Appropriate Practice: Early Years Are Learning Years. The National Association for the Education of Young Children. Neelly 7

8 Sesame Workshop. (2002, November). Two Parent Music Guides for the Sesame Street Music Works Early Childhood Music Initiative: Music Works Toolkit, videotape and educational manual (200,000 distributed) Online parent guide at www. sesamestreet.com. Sesame Music Zone, [Primary Content Advisor] Neelly, L. (2001, August). Kindergarten Music Curriculum: Metropolitan Opera Early Notes Music Program. Neelly, L. (2000). A Year in the Life of A Pre-Kindergarten Music Teacher: Collaborative Early Childhood Music Practice. Doctoral dissertation. University of Rochester, Eastman School of Music. [Advisor: Donna Brink Fox, Ph.D.] Neelly, L., Kenny, S., & Wolf, J. (2000). Start the Music. MENC: Reston, VA.. Start the Music. [Recorded songs for online portion of Start the Music]. INVITED PRESENTATIONS AND SYMPOSIA March 20, Music and the Brain. Invited presentation to the University of Connecticut Medical School Symposium on Aging, University of CT. October 13, Music and the Core Curriculum. Cape Cod Music Collaborative. August 13, Integrating Music Assessment in the New Connecticut State Core Curriculum. Presentation at the Third Annual Assessment Workshop for the Connecticut State Department of Education, Rocky Hill, CT. July, Third Wave Feminism is for Music Education: Rethinking Curriculum and Instruction, Presentation at the 8 th International Conference on Education, Samos, Greece. July, Music as Cultural Capital: Exploring Relationships of Culture and Inequality in Music Learning and Teaching Processes, Seventh International Conference on the Arts in Society, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK September, Heterotopia, the Secret of Artistic Processes, Third International Conference on the Image, Poznan Poland. October, , Transcending Boundaries of Music Learning and Teaching, Experiential Learning with a Feminist Lens. Research Symposium supported by the Society for Educational Studies and the Oxford Centre for Sociocultural and Activity Theory Research, University of Oxford, UK. October 22, 2011, Education for Everyone: Many Perspectives Many Voices. Annual meeting of the National Network for Education Renewal, Hartford, CT. Neelly 8

9 October 20, 2011, Rethinking Music Teacher Education for the Greater Good of All Learners: Perspectives of Music Teachers, National Conference of the New England Research Association (NERA). July 1, 2011, Transformative Pedagogy: A New View of Music Education. Paper presentation at the College Music Society International Conference, Seoul, Korea. November 2008, Tanglewood Symposium II, Presentation to the National Association of Schools of Music, Seattle, Washington. November, Musical Conversings with Children. Presentation to the New York State School Music Association. April, Musical Conversings with Chidren. Presentation to the Connecticut Music Educators Association. July, Musical Stepping Stones and Milestones. Keynote presentation, Kindermusik International Conference, San Antonio, TX. July, Maestros as Musical Messengers. Keynote presentation, Kindermusik International Conference for Master Teachers, San Antonio, TX. August, Forging New Musical Territory: An Interactive Model of Musical Play for Preschool Children. Poster presentation at the Biennial Meeting of the Early Childhood Commission of the International Society for Music Education, Copenhagen, Denmark. August, Bringing Opera to Life for Young Children: An Intercultural Collaboration in New York City. Paper presentation at the 25 th Biennial World Conference of the International Society for Music Education, Bergen, Norway. July, Building Blocks: An Early Childhood Music Program. Paper presentation at the Early Childhood Music Commission at the 24 th Biennial World Conference of the International Society for Music Education, Kingston, Canada. August 10, Music Matters During the Early Years. Presentation, Mu Phi Epsilon Music Fraternity, National Conference, Cincinnati, OH. March 7, Nurturing Children s Musical Development: An Appropriate Research Agenda in Music Education. Presentation to the United States Congressional Educational Caucus, Washington, DC. April 10, The Role of Music in Children's Development. Presentation to United States Senators, Hart Office Building, Washington, DC. Neelly 9

10 April 13, Start the Music: Conversations, Connections, and Constructions. Coordinator and presenter at the Music Educators National Conference Early Childhood Day, Biennial Conference of the Music Educators National Conference, Nashville, TN. April 10, Nurturing the Music Learning of Children. Presentation, Biennial National Conference, Music Educators National Conference, Nashville, TN. November 2, Start the Music. Coordinator and plenary speaker, Annual Convention of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Anaheim, CA. November 3, Exploring Links Between Musical and Literacy Development. Workshop at the Annual Convention of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Anaheim, CA. March 18, Start the Music: A Kid s Party on Capitol Hill. Presentation for Congressional families, Rayburn Office Building, Washington, DC. November 18, Collaboration in Early Childhood Music. Workshop, Kennedy Center for the Arts, Washington, DC. November 9, 2000 Start the Music. Coordinator and plenary speaker at the Annual Convention of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Atlanta, GA. November 9, Adults Musical Roles with Young Children. Panel member at the Annual Convention for the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Atlanta, GA. October 11, Panel Member, A Chorus of Voices on Music Education. Symposium sponsored by Harper s Review, Loyola University, New Orleans, LA. September 14, An Opera Infused Curriculum. Presentation for the New York City Board of Education and the Metropolitan Opera Company, Lincoln Center, New York. July 14-16, Panel Member, Start the Music, Early Childhood Summit. United States Department of Education, Washington, DC. April, A Qualitative Study of Early Childhood Educators Music Learning Processes. Paper Presentation, Early Childhood Music Special Research Interest Group, Biennial Conference of the Music Educators National Conference, Cincinnati, OH. April 11, Developing Artistry in Elementary Choirs. Presentation, New Hampshire Music Educators Association, Concord, NH. April 11, Music for All Children. Workshop, New Hampshire Music Educators Association, Concord, NH. Neelly 10

11 February, 21, Children s Music Learning. Workshop, Maryland Music Educators Association, Baltimore, MD. February, 22, Music and the Community. Workshop, Maryland Music Educators Association, Baltimore, MD. February 22, Reaching Across Learning Contexts through Music. Workshop, Maryland Music Educators Association, Baltimore, MD. September 21, Making Music Together: A Music Workshop. Connecticut Association for the Education of Young Children, Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, CT. March 8, Early Childhood Music: An Infusion Process. Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY. March 3, Start the Music. Coordinator and presenter for the Early Childhood Music Day for Early Childhood Professionals and facilitator of panel discussion on early childhood music at the Eastern Regional Division Meeting of the Music Educators National Conference, Pittsburg, PA. November 7, Music and the Young Child. Workshop, White Plains School District NY. November 8, Creating Bridges: Music and the Early Childhood Curriculum. Workshop, New York City Board of Education, New York. November 3, Starting the Music for Classroom Teachers. Workshop, White Plains School District, White Plains, NY. September 22, Constructing Bridges: Connecting Musical Experiences for the Elementary General Curriculum. Workshop, Tulsa, OK City School District. September 16, A Model for Collaborative Practice in Music Education. Research presentation at the TEMPO Institute, Rochester, NY. May, Tiny Tots Concerts. Song leader and emcee for Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. May, Bridging Children s Musical Understandings: An Early Childhood Music Workshop. University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. April 12, Children s Early Start to Music Learning. Workshop, Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY. March 15, Sharing the Music: Professional Development in Early Childhood Music. Workshop, Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY. Neelly 11

12 February 20, Measuring Musical Development. Workshop, White Plains NY School District. June 24, Music During the Early Learning Years. Workshop, Hartford Public Schools Second Summer Institute, Hartford, Ct. June 26, Creating a Symphony of Learning for the Young Child. Workshop, Hartford Public Schools Second Summer Institute, Hartford, CT. November 17, Early Childhood Music Works. Workshop, University of Connecticut Community School of the Arts, Storrs, CT. October 20, Diversity in Music Education. Workshop, Connecticut Music Educators Association, General Music Conference, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. October 20, Conversations, Connections, and Constructions: Facilitating Musical Development. Workshop, Connecticut Music Educators Association, General Music Conference, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. Professional Expertise and Related Press Releases (December 12, 2001). Children Write Operas, Design Instruments on Music Web Site. Education Week. (2002, Winter). New Sesame Street Initiative Brings Music Making to Kids and Parents. Yamaha Key Action. (December 15, 2001). Music Prof Teams with Sesame Street. Entertainment Today, Los Angeles. (November 15, 2001). UConn Educator Tuning Up Sesame Street. Hartford Courant. (December 2002). Comunicare attraverso la musica. (December 2002). Esprienze: Musica e infanzia non è mai troppo presto. (March 25, 2002). Educator Calls for Funding to Probe Role of Music in Early Learning. The Advance, University of Connecticut. Babyclassroom.com. Music and Brain Development: What You Can Do At Home ScholasticMagazine. Sing Your Way to Reading Success: Help your preschooler get ready to read by filling her life with music. Interviewed by Abby Newman Wyoming Public Schools, Summer 2005 Insight Learning with Music Babyzone. A Guide to Preschool Movement, Music, and Art, Stephanie Watson Neelly 12

13 (2002, April). Representatives Support Music Education at House Briefing. Music In Our Schools Advocacy Update. (March 6, 2002). Media Advisory, Congressman Bob Clement, United States Congressional Education Caucus. (2002, April). Music Education Legislation Discussed During Music in Our Schools Month. NAMM Sound Waves. Education Watch. Music in Our Schools Month. (2002, April). Music Education Experts Testify on Capitol Hill. Press Release, National Association of Music Merchants. AWARDS 2005 Outstanding Faculty Member, University of Connecticut School of Fine Arts 2003 Connecticut Music Educators Association, Outstanding University Music Educator Who s Who of American Women 1996 Golden Apple Teaching Award, Western Illinois University 1991 Outstanding Teaching Assistant, Eastman School of Music PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Association for Curriculum and Development American Educational Research Association Connecticut Association of Arts Administrators Mu Phi Epsilon Music Fraternity Phi Beta Kappa Phi Kappa Phi Phi Kappa Lambda Music Educators National Conference Connecticut Music Educators Association Early Childhood Music and Movement Asso. International Society of Music Education National Association for the Education of Young Children College Music Societies Neelly 13

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