This forum invites attendees to consider and explore issues of a common musical language, curricular transformational processes and inclusivity, and the blending of assessment with IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accountability).
Javier Clavere, is an award-winning performer and scholar that crosses over the worlds of keyboard performance, music theory, music technology, sacred music, and semiotics. As a polymath, his research interests include semiotics, systems theory, entrepreneurship and the arts, semioethics, Stoicism and Christianity, sacred music and signs, popular music and semiotics, Foucault studies, semiotics and globalization, multi-modality, and the semiotics of educational processes. His research in educational leadership includes peace and conflict resolution-transformation through the arts, as well as leadership in systemic change, diversity and inclusion, higher education administration, assessment in higher education, and strategic program design. His love for technology allows him to research music production and audio engineering, recording and live streaming.