NATS Chat - Defining Evidence-Based Voice Pedagogy (EBVP): A New Framework
December 13, 2020
DECEMBER NATS Chat
Guests: Lynn Maxfield, Ken Bozeman, and Lynn Helding
Topic: Defining Evidence-Based Voice Pedagogy (EBVP): A New Framework
Sunday, December 13, 2020 at 7:00 PM EDT/4:00 PM PDT
Evidence-Based Voice Pedagogy is a term used synonymously with science-based, function-based, or fact-based voice pedagogy. There is a precedent for defining Evidence-Based Voice Pedagogy (EBVP) with a broader understanding. There has been a new framework presented by NATS Chat moderator, Kari Ragan, for EBVP to be more clearly defined. Modeled after Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM), this new framework includes three essential components: 1) Voice Science, 2) Voice Teacher Expertise and Experience, and 3) Student Goals and Perspectives. In November of 2018, the Journal of Singing published her article outlining this new framework. This NATS Chat will further develop each component using the expertise of 3 other panelists, Lynn Maxfield, Ken Bozeman, and Lynn Helding. Please join us for this important conversation.