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Jordan Mroziak

Adjunct Professor
Mary Pappert School of Music
Musicianship

School of Music 202
Phone: 412.396.5058

Education:

Ed.D., Instructional Technology, Duquesne University, 2012
M.M., Music Technology, Digital Pedagogy, Duquesne University, 2008
B.M., Musich Technology, Duquesne University, 2006
Biography

Jordan Mroziak is Coordinator of Student Services and Adjunct Professor of Music at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA. He is currently pursuing an Ed.D. in Instructional Technology with an emphasis on popular music pedagogy, aesthetic education, and critical & informal pedagogy. He has designed courses for the university core curriculum including Rock & Roll: An Unruly History as well as designing the online and music technology programs at City Music Center. His research focuses on creative pedagogy with technology, popular music, the TPACK and SAMR models, maker education, and aesthetic education. Other work includes his participation in Arts Educator 2.0, a professional development project that worked to aid art teachers in the K-12 field with their usage of technology in the classroom. His informal education project, take pART, received grant funding in order to work at various locations in the Pittsburgh area educating youth about digital/physical art creation and media literacy. Jordan presents regularly at various national conferences including SXSWEdu, New Media Consortium, Digital Media and Learning, and ATMI.

Conference Presentations

DIY Tech: Cultivating Creativity through Transformed Teaching
SXSWedu
March 2015
Austin, Texas

Personalized Learning: Mobile Strategies for Engaging Students
New Media Consortium
July 2014
Portland, Oregon

Digital Attributions: Exploring the Role of Music Technology in Adolescents' Music Ability Self-Perceptions
Association for Technology in Music Instruction/College Music Society
November 2014
St. Louis, Missouri

I Want You to Want Me: Informal Blended Faculty Development
Association for Technology in Music Instruction/College Music Society
November 2013
Boston, Massachusetts

Welcome 
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 Technology

Association for Technology in Music Instruction/College Music Society
November 2012
San Diego, California

Express Yourself!: Web 2.0 Blogging Tools in a Music Appreciation Course
Association for Technology in Music Instruction/College Music Society
November 2012
San Diego, California

Music 2.0 - Web Tools of Creative Pedagogy
Association for Technology in Music Instruction/College Music Society
October 2011
Richmond, Virginia

Remix/Reboot: Enhancing and Evolving Digital Music Curriculum through Technology
International Society for Technology in Education
June 2011
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Effective Practices: TPArtsCK
International Society for Technology in Education
June 2011
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania