Jane Kuehne

Associate Professor

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Office: 5090 Haley Center

Department: Curriculum and Teaching

Campus Mail: 5040 Haley Center

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Phone: (334) 844-6852

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Academic Area

Music Education


Ph.D. in Music Education; Certificate in Computers and Music; Certificate in College Teaching, 2003, Florida State University

M.Mus. in Music Education, 2000, University of Texas at San Antonio

B.Mus. in Music Education, 1992, University of Texas at San Antonio

Professional Experience

2011 - Present

Associate Professor of Music Education, Auburn University College of Education - Department of Curriculum and Teaching

2005 - 2011

Assistant Professor of Music Education, Auburn University College of Education - Department of Curriculum and Teaching

2003 - 2005

Assistant Professor of Music Education, Hartwick College

2000 - 2003

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Center for Music Research, Florida State University

1997 - 2000

Choral Director, Assistant Band Director, General Music Teacher, Mentoring Program Co-chair, School Action Committee Member, Northside Independent School District, Rayburn Middle School (San Antonio, TX)

1993 - 1997

Elementary General Music Teacher, Choral Director, grades 6-8 and 9-12, Parental Involvement Co-facilitator, Lytle Independent School District (Lytle, TX)

1992 - 1993

Elementary General Music Teacher, grades Pre-K - 2, Pearsall Independent School District (Pearsall, TX)

Teaching Interests

  1. Elementary and Vocal/Choral Teaching Methods
  2. Applications of Technology in Music Education, Digital Media Creation in Music, Multimedia Research and Design, Web Design for Educators
  3. Psychology of Music, Music Reading/Sight-singing Instructional Techniques, Music Education Philosophy
  4. Undergraduate Field Experience and Clinical Residency (Internship) Supervision
  5. Graduate Research Supervision (Masters, Ed.S., Ph.D.)

Research Interests

  1. Music Reading/Sight-Singing in the Choral Classroom
  2. With Colleague Dr. Guy Harrision, Access to String Music Education in the U.S.
  3. Effects Deficit Language in on Pre-Service Music Educators' Views of Families and Students
  4. Effects of Multi-Subject Area Collaboration on Pre-Service Teachers' Views on Collaboration and Co-Teaching (new)
  5. Race Conversations in Our Classrooms (new)
  6. Effective use of Technology in Music Instruction/Education