Professors
Jonathan Bayley
Title
Professor
Nationality
Canadian
Institute
University of Windsor, Canada
Expertise in
Education/Music/Social Sciences/Intercultural competence
Other Reference
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Experience

Publications:

Articles in Refereed Journals

Bayley, J. G., Mio, V. (submitted). An investigation of Canadian undergraduate education students’ personal and professional experiences during a three-month residency in China.

Bayley, J. G., Waldron, J. (submitted). “It’s never too late:” Adult students and music learning in one on and offline convergent community music school.

Zhang, Z., & Bayley, J. G. (in press). Peer learning for university students’ learning enrichment: Perspectives of undergraduate students. Journal of Peer Learning.

Sefton, T, Rideout, G, & Bayley, J. G. (2016). Collaborating in (mis)translation: Opportunities lost and found during a multi year exchange program between Canada and China. Comparative and International Education/Éducation Comparée et Internationale 45(3), http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/cie-eci/vol45/iss3/3

Bayley, J. G., Ellis, J. B., Abreu-Ellis, C. R., & O’Reilly, E. K. (2012). Rocky Road or Clear Sailing? Recent Graduates’ Recollections and Reflections of the doctoral Journey. Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice 21(2), 88-102.

Bayley, J. G. (2009b). Standing out from the crowd: Solo and small ensemble festival preparation. Canadian Music Educators Journal, 51(1), 31-34.

Bayley, J. G. (2009a). Music Festival Preparation: An Adjudicator’s perspective. Canadian Music Educators Journal, 50(4), 31-35.

Bazan, D.E., & Bayley, J. G. (2009). Recruiting Band Students:

Effective strategies for a strong program. Canadian Winds/Vents Canadiens, 7(2), 72-74.

Ellis, J. B., Bayley, J. G., & Ellis, C. A. (2008). Trends in Canadian faculties of education: An overview of graduate programs, curricular offerings, exit requirements, and modes of delivery. Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice, 18(1), 90-97.

Bayley, J. G. (2006). Fundamentals of teaching flute vibrato. Canadian winds/vents canadiens: Journal of the Canadian Band Association, 5(1), 30-33.

Bayley, J. G. (Spring 2005). Fundamentals of successful flute playing. Canadian Winds/Vents Canadiens: Journal of the Canadian Band Association, 3(2), 69-73.

Bayley, J. G. (2004c). Howe’s School for the Clarionett: A mid 19th- century instrumental tutor. Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 24(1), 28-45.

Bayley, J. G. (2004b). The instrumental selection process. Canadian Winds/Vents Canadiens: Journal of the Canadian Band Association, 3(1), 13-16.

Bayley, J. G. (2004a). The procedure by which teachers prepare students to choose a musical instrument. Update: Applications of Research in Music Education, 22(2), 23-34.

Bayley, J. G. (2002). The pedagogy of correct breathing. Canadian Music Educator, 43(3), 35-37.

Berg, W., & Bayley, J. G. (1990). W. J. Hendra: A pioneer musician in Edmonton. Alberta History, 38(4), 1-7.

Articles in Professional Journals

Sefton, T., & Bayley, J. G. (2010). Stop calling it prep! Implementing the new arts curriculum. The Register: Ontario Principals’ Council Exemplary Leadership in Public Education, 12(1), 17-20.

Ellis, J. B., Abreu-Ellis, C., & Bayley, J. G. (2008). Trends in Canadian faculties of Education. Communiqué, 8(3), 26-28.

Bayley, J. G. (1996). Tone production for young flutists. Musicom, 28(1), 13-14.

Bayley, J. G. (1995). Beginning steps to successful flute playing. Musicom, 27(2), 12.

Bayley, J. G. (1994). Flute care and maintenance. Musicom 26(3), 13-14.

Bayley, J. G. (1994). Success building success: An interview with Timothy Hutchins. Flute Talk, 14(1), 9-12.

Bayley, J. G. (1994). A select list of flute recordings for the community musician, educator, or Student. Musicom, 26(1), 12-13.

Bayley, J. G. (1987). “The Nightingale” from Six English Madrigals. Flute Talk, 6(9), 32-33.

Bayley, J. G. (1986). Celebration: A performance study guide. Flute Talk, 5(6), 12-13.

Bayley, J. G. (1980). Structure I (Linear Abstract - 1976). Musicworks, 12 [no page numbers given]

Others Publications (Music)

Performance notes (ALRY publications, 1986) Pastorale and Folk Dance by

R. C. Bayley, Charlotte, NC: ALRY Publications.

Musical compositions (original works and arrangements) – reviewed by editor

Bayley, J. G. (1986). From Within [in “Solos for Alto Flute”]. Charlotte, NC: ALRY Publications.

Bayley, J. G. (1986). Music for Pan [in “Solos for Alto Flute”]. Charlotte, NC: ALRY Publications.

Bayley, J. G. (1985). Six English Madrigals (arranged and edited for flute trio). Charlotte, NC: ALRY Publications.

Special Edition Catalogue

Bayley, J. G. (1982). Structures I-IV in Latitude 53 Society of Artists, Tenth Anniversary Spring Catalogue. Edmonton, AB: Latitude 53 Society of Artists.

Conference Proceedings, Peer Reviewed

Waldron, J., & Bayley, J. G. (2013). Music Teaching and Learning in the Online Academy of Irish Music: An Ethnographic and Cyber Ethnographic Field Study of Music, Meaning, Identity and Practice in Community. Conference Proceedings, Community Music Activity Commission Corfu, Greece.

Waldron, J., & Bayley, J. G. (2012). Music teaching and learning in the Online Academy of Irish Music: An ethnographic and cyber ethnographic field study of music, meaning, identity, and practice in community. Proceedings of the ISME Commission for Community Music Activity, D. D Coffman (Ed.), CMA 30, 62-6 http://issuu.com/official_isme/docs/2012_cma_proceedings?viewMode=magazine&made +embeded, retrieved November 11, 2013).

Book Chapters, Peer Reviewed

Sefton, T., & Bayley, J. G. (2012). The performing professor: Conflicts of identity and work in faculties of education. In S. O’Neill Personhood and Music Learning: Connecting Perspectives and Narrative Voices. CMEA. Waterloo, ON: Canadian Music Educators' Association / L'Association canadienne des musiciens 'ducateurs.

Bayley, J. G. (2007/2012). Music education in Saskatchewan: An outsider’s perspective. In K. Veblen & C. Beynon (Eds. with S. Horsley, U. DeAlwiss, & A. Heywood), From Sea to Sea: Perspectives on Music Education in Canada. Retrieved from http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/musiceducationE-books/1/ 1 (Wilfrid Laurier Press)

Zhou, Y., Xu, S., & Bayley, J. G. (2011). Intercultural competence and EFL teaching in China. In L. Jin & M. Cortazzi, Researching Chinese Learners. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 138-166.

Other Significant Accomplishments –

Conference Presentations

Chen, Y., & Bayley, J. G. (2018). An investigation of middle school music teachers’ rationale and procedure relating to instrumental (band) repertoire selection. Ontario Music Educators’ Association conference, Hamilton ON (November).

Bayley, J. G., & Mio, V. (2018). An investigation of Canadian undergraduate education students’ personal and professional experiences during a three-month residency in China. Paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Reciprocal learning, Northeast Normal University Changchun, China (May).

Lyu, W., & Bayley, J. G. (2017). An introduction to Chinese music. Ontario Music Educators’ Association conference. Deerhurst ON (November).

Bayley, J .G., & Mio, V. (2017). An Investigation of music education students’ reciprocal learning experiences during a three-month residency in China. Paper presented to the 45th annual conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), Ryerson University, Toronto (May).

Sefton, T., Bayley, J. G., Kutnowshi, M. (2016). Creating pedagogical space through creative collaboration. International Society for Music Education, Glasgow, UK, (July).

Waldron, J., & Bayley, J. G. (2016). A new model of community music school: Exploring experiences of self-learning in one online and offline academy. International Society for Music Education, Seminar of the Commission for Community Music Activity, Edinburgh, Scotland (July).

Bayley, J. G. (2016). Best practices for flute playing. Ontario Music Educators’ Association conference. Niagara Falls ON (November). Flute presentation.

Bayley, J. G. (2015). Best practices for flute playing. Canadian Music Educators’ Association National Conference. Winnipeg, MN (November). Flute presentation.

Xu, S., Bayley, J.G., & Wang, M. 2015). A Narrative Inquiry into Canadian Teacher Candidates’ Cross-cultural Learning Experiences in China. Paper presented at the SSHRC Partnership Grant Project International Concerence, Shanghai, China (May).

Sefton, T, Rideout, G, & Bayley, J. G. (2014). Collaborating in (mis)translation: Opportunities lost and found during a multi year exchange program between Canada and China. Paper presented at the Transforming Canada-China Educational Cooperation: Significant Legacies and Future Challenges, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China (May).

Bayley, J. G. (2014). Reciprocal Learning Lessons and Gifts from Canadian Perspectives Panel. 1st Annual Canada-China Reciprocal Learning Partnership conference (April)

Bayley, J. G. (2013). The Arts and School Curricula: A Round Peg in a Square Whole? Paper presented at the China-Canada Symposium on Teacher Education, South West University, Chongqing, China (May).

Waldron, J., Hopper, P., & Bayley, J. G. (2013. Offline in the online, online in the offline? Music learning and teaching at the Online Academy of Irish Music’s summer school, County Clare, Ireland. Music & Lifelong Learning symposium, Columbia, SC. (October).

Waldron, J. & Bayley, J. G. (2012). Music Teaching and Learning in the Online Academy of Irish Music: An Ethnographic and Cyber Ethnographic Field Study of Music, Meaning, Identity and Practice in Community. Paper presented at the Community Music Activity Commission Seminar XII, Ionian University at Corfu, Greece (July).

Sefton, T., & Bayley, J. G. (2012). Implementing the New Arts Curriculum: Leading the Way to Change. Paper presented to the 40th annual conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), Wilfrid Laurier/Waterloo University (May).

Bayley, J. G. (2010). Preparing for Graduate School: Purpose, Preparation, and Perseverance. Paper presented at the Ontario Music Educators’ Conference London, ON (November).

Bayley, J. G. (2010). Music festival preparation: An adjudicator’s perspective. Paper presented at the Ontario Music Educators’ Conference London, ON (November).

Sefton, T., & Bayley, J. G. (2010). The performing professor: Issues of identity and work of artist/musicians in academe. Paper presented at the International Conference on the Liberal Arts, St. Thomas University, Fredericton, NB (October).

Sefton, T., & Bayley, J. G. (2010). The performing professor: Issues of identity and work of artist/musicians in academe. Paper presented to the 38th annual conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), Montreal, PQ (June).

Sefton, T., & Bayley, J. G. (2009). The performing professor: Issues of identity and work of artist/musicians in academe. Paper presented at the American Educators Research Association (AERA), San Diego, CA (April).

Bayley, J. G. (2008). Music festival preparation: An adjudicator’s perspective. Paper presented at Music Conference Alberta, Red Deer, AB (November).

Bayley, J. G., & Bazan, D.E. (2008). Recruiting, instrument selection and retention in instrumental programs. Paper presented at Music Conference Alberta, Red Deer, AB (November).

Ellis, J.B., Bayley, J. G., & Abreu-Ellis, C. (2006). Poster session,” Graduate Education Programs Across Canada,” McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, (June 19)

Bayley, J. G. (2006). “The use of linear abstracts as a stimulus during free improvisation.” Paper accepted to the 34th annual conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), York University, (May 27)

Bayley, J. G. (2005). “How Smart Art We? Reflections on Howard Gardner’s Theory of Musical Intelligence.” 2005 Ontario Music Educators Association Annual conference, (November 17-19)

Bayley, J. G. (2005). “Music Repertoire Selection: A Second Look at the Julliard Repertoire Library Project” CSSE, (May 28-31)

Bayley, J. G. (2005). “How Smart Are We? Reflections on Howard Gardner’s Theory of Musical Intelligence” Paper presented, 33rd annual conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, University of Western Ontario, (May 28-31)

Bayley, J. G. (2005). Music Education in Saskatchewan, “Pan-Canadian Think Tank on Canadian Music Education”, University of Western Ontario, (May 25-27)

Bayley, J. G. (2005). “The Musical Instrument Selection Process: What’s a Teacher to Do,”Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters, Eastern Michigan University (March 4, 5)

Bayley, J. G. (2005). “How Smart Are We? Reflections on Howard Gardner’s Theory of Musical Intelligence”, Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters, Eastern Michigan University (March 4, 5)

Bayley, J. G. (2005). “Where is Music Going? Where should it go?” Artist & Educators Institute, Bemidji, MN (June 13-17)

Bayley, J. G. & O’Reilly-Scanlon, K. (2003). Rocky Road or Clear Sailing: Recent Graduates’ Recollections and Reflections on the Doctoral Journey. Paper presented, 31st annual conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, CSSE, (May 28-31) Halifax, NS, Canada

Bayley, J. G. (2002). The Musical Instrument Selection Process: Teacher Control or Student Choice. Paper presented at the 2002 Saskatchewan Music Conference, (November 1-2) Saskatoon, SK, Canada

Bayley, J. G. (2002). The Internet as a Teaching/Learning Resource. Paper presented, Saskatchewan Music Conference, (November 1-2) Saskatoon, SK, Canada

Bayley, J. G. (2002). Arts Education OCRE presentation with Dr. Ann Kipling Brown, Dr. Linda Lang, Professor Lois Martinson, Dr. Norm Yakel, and University of Regina Arts Education students at the National Visual Art Education Conference, “Through the Looking Glass: Fact or Fancy.”(October 11-12), Saskatoon, SK, Canada

Bayley, J. G. (2002). The Internet as a Teaching/Learning Resource. Paper presented, Wyoming Music Educators Association Annual All-State Conference, Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA

Bayley, J. G. (2002). Graduate Studies: Purpose, Perspective, and Preparation. Paper presented, Wyoming Music Educators Association Annual All-State Conference, Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA

Bayley, J. G. (2001). Graduate Studies: Purpose, Perspective, and Preparation. Chaired and coordinated presentation with Dr. E. Wasiak (University of Lethbridge) and Dr. T. Dust (University of Alberta), Alberta Music Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Bayley, J. G. (2001). Flute Tips and Techniques for the Music Educator. Paper presented, Alberta Music Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Bayley, J. G. (2001). Do Birds Sing?: Reflections on Howard Gardner’s Theory of Musical Intelligence. Paper presented, 8th International Conference on Teacher Research sponsor by School Division No. 38 (Richmond, BC) and the University of British Columbia, Richman, British Columbia, Canada

Bayley, J. G. (2001). Snow Angel. Multidisciplinary (Dance, Music, Poetry, and Visual Art) Presentation, First Winter Conference on Arts Education, Dr. A. Kipling Brown, Dr. L. Lang, Dr. N. Yakel, and Dr. M. Taylor, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA

Bayley, J. G. (2000). The Musical Instrument Selection Process. Paper presented, Mighty Peace Teacher’s Convention, Grange Prairie, Alberta, Canada

Bayley, J. G. (1999). Developing Tone and Technique in Your Woodwind Section. Paper presented, Peace Wapiti Teacher’s Convention, Grange Prairie, Alberta, Canada

Bayley, J. G. (1999). Conducting with Musical Expression. Paper presented, Mighty Peace Teacher’s Conference, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada

Bayley, J. G. (1998). Getting Your Flutes Off to a Good Start. Paper presented, Alberta Music Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Bayley, J. G. (1993). Flute Tips and Techniques for the Music Educator. Paper presented, Alberta Music Conference, Banff, Alberta, Canada

Honours and Awards

2009 Composer Michael R. Miller wrote flute solos for me to be performed in his Voices from Our Past for chamber orchestra, chorus and solo flute during A Musical Legacy: A Celebration of New Brunswick Composers, Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton, NB (July 16)

2009 Music for Pan (Solos for Alto Flute, ALRY Publications); original compositions chosen by the National Flute Association (USA) as an audition piece for the 2009 National Collegiate Flute Choir Competition

2007 Vignette Project: A celebration of past national festival winners from New Brunswick National Music Festival, Moncton, NB, Canada (August)

2001 Leighton Studio residency, Banff Alberta with Tom Kanthak (financially supported by the Surdna Arts Teachers Fellowship and the Transdisciplinary Project Fund = $2,350)

1988 Awarded Distinction - Bachelor of Education, University of Alberta, Canada

1988 Music for Pan (Solos for Alto Flute, ALRY Publications); chosen by the National Flute Association (USA) as a required audition piece for the first Professional Flute Choir Competition

1987 From Within (Solos for Alto Flute, ALRY Publications); finalist selection, National Flute Association’s (USA) Newly Published Music Competition

1985 Province of Alberta Graduate Scholarship ($2700)

1981 YELYAB II - for Solo ‘C’ Flute; performed by the internationally renowned flutist, Robert Aitken, Third Festival of the Alberta Composers’ Association, University of Lethbridge, (February 27)

1980 National touring exhibit of my graphic music score; “Linear Abstract I” (Banff School of Fine Arts, Alberta, Canada)

1975 National Competitive Festival of Music – First Prize (Senior Woodwinds)