Face the Music Publications

Bartel, Lee R. (Ed) (2004). Questioning the Music Education Paradigm.. Volume II of the Series “Research to Practice: A Biennial Series.” Canadian Music Educators’ Association, Lee Bartel, Series Editor.

Bartel, Lee and Cameron, Linda. (2007). Understanding the Conditions of Learning in Early Childhood Music Education. In Smithrim, K.& R. Upitis (Eds) Listen to Their Voices: Research and practice in early childhood music Volume III of the Series “Research to Practice: A Biennial Series.” Toronto: Canadian Music Educators Association.

Bartel, Lee (2004). What is the Music Education Paradigm? In Bartel, L(Ed). Questioning the Music Education Paradigm. Volume II of the Series “Research to Practice: A Biennial Series.” Toronto: Canadian Music Educators Association.

Bartel, Lee and Cameron, Linda. (2004). From Dilemmas to Experience: Shaping the Conditions of Learning. In Bartel, L(Ed). Questioning the Music Education Paradigm. Volume II of the Series “Research to Practice: A Biennial Series.” Toronto: Canadian Music Educators Association.

Bartel, Lee (2004). Music Making for Everyone. In Bartel, L (Ed). Questioning the Music Education Paradigm. Volume II of the Series “Research to Practice: A Biennial Series.” Toronto: Canadian Music Educators Association.

Bartel, L. & Cameron L. (2002). Face the Music: Pedagogical Dilemmas and Binaries in Tension, Proceedings of the RAIME Conference in Norway. Edited by Harold Fiske

Cameron, Linda & Bartel, Lee (1998). "Engage or disengage: A study of lasting response to music teaching." Music Education at the Edge: Needs, Identity and Advocacy. Proceedings of the 1998 International Seminar for Music in Schools and Teacher Education, Kruger National Park, S. Africa. Editors: Sam Leong and Glenn Nierman.Publishers: Stord/Haugesund University College (Norway) and CIRCME (1999).

Dilemmas in Music Education: A Research Report. October 10, 2003. University of South Florida. Presentation to the graduate students and faculty of the School of Music. With Linda Cameron.

Face the Music: Why the Aphorism of Judgement. October 11, 2003. University of South Florida. Presentation to the graduate students and faculty of the School of Music. With Linda Cameron.

Pedagogical Dilemmas in Dance and Music: Balancing the Demands of the Art with the Needs of the Person. Paper presented at American Education Research Association,
April 3, 2002, New Orleans Arts and Learning SIG, With Linda Cameron.

Conditions of Learning in Music and Dance, Feature presentation at the International Colloquium on Sports, Music and Dance, at the School of Physical and Health Education, University of Toronto, September 2001, with Linda Cameron. Paper based on “Face the Music” music and dance interview research.

Pedagogical Dilemmas and Binaries in Tension. Paper presented at the RAIME Conference in Oslo, Norway, October, 2001.

Facing the Music in Education. Paper presented at the Music Education SIG, American Education Research Association Convention, Seattle, Washington. April 2001.

World Congress of the International Society for Music Education, Music in the Schools and Teacher Education Commission, South Africa, Paper presented July 1998, Engage or disengage: A study of lasting response to music teaching. With Linda Cameron.

Canadian University Music Society Conference, Memorial University, June 13, 1997. Conditions of Music Learning. With Linda Cameron.

Orbit 31(1). Lessons from Music. Co-editor with Linda Cameron for this whole theme issue flowing from our Conditions of Learning research. We specifically invited all contributors and worked with them to create their pieces.

Cameron, L. & Bartel, L. (2000). Engage or disengage: A study of lasting response to music teaching. Orbit 31(1) pp. 22-25

Bartel, L. (2000). The Perfect Recording. Orbit, 31(1). p 7.

Bartel, L. (2000). Separation of Audience and Stage. Orbit, 31(1). p 13.

Bartel, L. (2000). Is Music a Sport? Orbit, 31(1). p 18.

Bartel, L. (2000). Today's Systemic Violence Orbit, 31(1). p 37.

Bartel, Lee. (2001). Dilemmas, Tensions, Trade-offs – Can we have both? Canadian Music Educator, 42(4). 2.

Bartel, Lee R. Editorial: Of Love, Lore, and Lenses. Canadian Music Educator: Research Edition, 39(7) 1998

Bartel, Lee R. & Cameron, Linda. What really matters in music class. B C Music Educator, Winter 1996 Vol 39, No 1, pp 10-17 (reprint from CME)

Bartel, Lee R. & Cameron, Linda. What really matters in music class. Canadian
Music Educator, Fall 1996 edition.

Pedagogical Choices: Learning Effects. Keynote address, Royal Conservatory of Music, Art of Teaching Conference, June 30, 2005.

Metro Toronto Music Coordinators - January 13, 1998. Research Report and Discussion regarding Lasting Engagement.

Royal Conservatory of Music - February 16, 1998 Teacher Development Workshop, "Enhancing Motivation through Conditions of Learning." (3 hours) With Linda Cameron.

Women’s Musical Club, February 14, 2002: Lecture: When you “Face the Music” who is the judge?

CBC Radio Interviews (about 5 minutes each)
Toronto Metro Morning - November 19, 1998
Windsor - November 21, 1998
Ontario Morning - November 21, 1998
Ottawa - November 21, 1998
Montreal - November 21, 1998
Winnipeg - November 21, 1998
Regina - November 21, 1998
Calgary - November 21, 1998
Kelowna - November 21, 1998
Prince Rupert - November 21, 1998
CBC TV Newsworld - Talk TV with Anne Petrie - a 45 minute cross-Canada phone- in talk show. December 12, 7:15 - 8:00 pm.
Talk 640 Horseman/Leaderman Show. November 20, 1998

Research Reported in articles in:
Globe & Mail, Thursday November 20,
Globe & Mail Friday November 21,
Globe & Mail Editorial, November 22,
Ottawa Citizen,
U of T Bulletin,
University of Western Ontario Gazette,
Ming Po Chinese Newspaper,
Thompson News Service (130 papers),
Macleans Magazine