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Session Details

D. Cultural Responsiveness and Social Justice in Music Therapy Education
(Event: 2019 AMTA Conference - Innovate! Integrate! Motivate!)

Nov 20, 2019 1:00 pm - Nov 21, 2019 6:00 pm
Session Type: Additional Course
Track: .

Description

Learn to integrate culturally responsive practice within existing curriculum as well as develop new curricula that focuses solely on culturally responsive music therapy practices. Explore intersectional identities, different cultures, and learn to incorporate cultural responsiveness into music therapy practice.

Schedule:
Day 1 - Topics - Format
1 - 2 pm - Introductions, centering experience, group rules, self-evaluation, sociocultural humility, & journal introduction
Didactic, Discussion, & Experiential

2 - 2:45 pm - White fragility and majority - minority dyads
Video, Didactic, Discussion, & Experiential

2:45 - 3 pm - BREAK

3 - 5 pm - Exploring our Identities and Intersectionality, Kimberle Crenshaw, Patricia Hill Collins, Interlocking Systems of Oppression
Didactic, Discussion, & Experiential

5 - 6 pm - Dinner

6 - 7:30 pm - Exploring our biases, Peggy McIntosh, deconstructing comments about colleagues and students, how does our understanding of culture fit
Didactic, Discussion, & Experiential

7:30 - 8:15 pm - Microaggressions
Didactic & Discussion

8:15 - 8:30 pm - BREAK

8:30 - 9:45 pm - Minority stress, weathering, translation fatigue
Didactic, Discussion, & Experiential

9:45 - 10 pm - Group closing
Experiential

Day 2 - Topics - Format

8-11:30 am - Monopoly - Address intersectionality
Experiential

11:30 am -12:30 pm- Lunch

12:30 - 1:30 pm - In the Classroom: Facilitation with minority students - how to deal with difficult conversations, how to deal with bias in the classroom
Didactic, Discussion, & Small group work

1:30 - 2:45 pm - Structural Choices for Curriculum (syllabi, textbooks, articles, classroom guests), codes of conduct/dispositions, different models for incorporating topic (whole class, in curriculum, immersion)
Didactic, Discussion, & Small group work

2:45 - 3 pm - BREAK

3 - 4 pm - Ethics of Cultural Responsiveness
Didactic & Discussion

4 - 5 pm - Operationalizing the training by developing session plans/class plans for the future
Small group work

5-6 - Wrap up, needs going forward, sharing experiences from training, self-evaluation, closing experiential
Discussion & Experiential

Objectives:

  • Attendees will demonstrate how to situate students in their intersectional social identities; and reflect on implicit bias, microaggressions, and minority stress (CBMT domains IV.A.1, IV.B.11) 
  • Attendees will state ways to explore different cultures in the classroom or clinical internship (CBMT domain IV.A.1)
  • Attendees will explain how they will create inclusive and safe learning environments and how to hold space for difficult dialogues at their programs. (CBMT domains IV.A.1, IV.B.11)  
  • Attendees will demonstrate how to teach both didactically and experientially how to operationalize culturally responsiveness into clinical music therapy practice. (CBMT domain IV.A.1)

  

 
 


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