Michael R. Rogers
Michael R. Rogers, Founding Editor of the Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy, is the author of Teaching Approaches in Music Theory (2004) and co-author of the multi-volume, Tonality and Design in Music Theory (2005), as well as numerous journal articles on pedagogy and analysis. His teaching appointments have included the University of Maryland, University of Arizona, Michigan State University, Australian National University, and the University of Oklahoma, where he was the Kenneth and Bernadine Russell Endowed Professor of Music Theory (now retired). His current appointment is as Visiting Professor at the University of Oregon, where he teaches part time and continues his research on the role of intuition in musical performance.
Critical Thinking in Music Teaching
Non-Tech Teaching in a Technological Age
Linear-Derived Harmony, by Arthur Komar
How Much and How Little Has Changed? Evolution In Theory Teaching
The Jersild Approach: A Sightsinging Method from Denmark
The Rich Messiness of Music: Teaching Theory in Music with Contradiction and Paradox