Recent Presentations

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Research Presentations

Zabanal, J. A. (2020). The status of string orchestra in Virginia public schools. Poster presentation at the American String Teacher Association National Conference, Orlando, FL. (abstract)

 

Geringer, J. M., Zabanal, J. A. Bridges, C., Madsen, C. K. (2019, March). How fast should that music go? Musicians’ tempo preferences for frequently heard classical and popular music pieces. Poster presentation at the American String Teacher Association National Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

 

Zabanal, J. A. (2019, March). Effects of performing with different instrument types on violin and viola intonation. Poster presentation at the American String Teacher Association National Conference, Albuquerque, NM. (abstract)

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Zabanal, J. A. (2019, January). The transition from full time student to teaching internship. Florida Music Education Association Professional Development Conference. Tampa, FL.

Clinical Presentations

Zabanal, J. A., Miller, C. (2020). May I see your hall pass? Sociological issues new and younger teachers face in the classroom. Presented at the Ohio Music Education Association Professional Development Conference. Cincinnati, OH. (handout)

 

Zabanal, J. A., Lape, C. (2020). In tune or out of tune? Teaching tuning independence of open strings to beginning string players. Presented at the Ohio Music Education Association Professional Development Conference. Cincinnati, OH. (handout)

 

Zabanal, J. A., Bugaj, K. (2019). Artistry in strings: Building a characteristic sound as a non-string player. Presented at the Florida Music Education Association Professional Development Conference. Tampa, FL.

 

Zabanal, J. A., McDonald, T. J. (2018). Recruiting strategies for the string orchestra teacher. Presented at the Virginia Music Educators Association State Conference. Hot Springs, VA. (handout)

 

Zabanal, J. A., Laux, C. C. (2018). Assessment practices for the 21st century string classroom. Presented at the American String Teacher Association National Conference, Atlanta, GA. (handout)