American Journal of Arts Management

Teaching Notes

Teaching Notes submission instructions

Instructors working in arts management programs and cogent fields are invited to share their experience and examples in designing a class with original content or a term long assignment within a core class. The aim of AJAM’s Teaching Notes section is to build shared knowledge in how to develop activities grounded in pedagogical research that can support stronger arts management education and a thriving professional sector.

Word count: Maximum of 2,000, including references
1. Course title, your name and affiliation, contact information
2. Students Outcomes
3. Theoretical rationale
4. Activities
5. Debriefing
6. Appraisal (including limitations or variations)

References: Include 6 to 12 references. In particular, the theoretical rationale should be grounded in the scholarship of teaching and learning (pedagogical literature).

Submit your article in MS Word, double-spaced, and using the academic writing style of your choice.

Teaching Notes submissions can be sent to:

Julie Voelker-Morris
Senior Instructor II
School of Planning, Public Policy, and Management
University of Oregon