Philip Duker is Associate Professor of Music at the University of Delaware where he teaches music theory. Phil has been using just-in-time teaching since 2010 and started incorporating standards-based grading and flipped classroom approaches in 2012. He has published articles in Perspectives of New Music, Music Theory Online, and the e-book Engaging Students: Essays in Music Pedagogy. Many of his research interests involve late 20th century music and lie at the intersection between music and the humanities. Phil holds a Ph.D. in music theory from the University of Michigan (2008). He is sporadically active on Twitter.
Bryn Hughes teaches music theory at the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. Bryn has recently started incorporating flipped pedagogy, just-in-time teaching, and standards-based grading into the written theory curriculum at the Frost School. He has presented research on atonal music analysis, popular music, and music cognition at numerous regional and national conferences, including the South Central Society for Music Theory, Music Theory Southeast, the Music Theory Society of the Mid-Atlantic, Music Theory Midwest, the Society for Music Theory, the Society for Music Perception and Cognition, and the International Conference for Music Perception and Cognition. Bryn holds a Ph.D. in music theory from Florida State University (2011). You can follow Bryn on Twitter.
Meghan Naxer is a doctoral candidate and graduate teaching fellow at the University of Oregon pursuing a PhD in music theory. Meghan has presented research on late nineteenth-century form, music theory pedagogy, and rhythm and meter at regional, national, and international conferences including the West Coast Conference for Music Theory Analysis, the Mythopoeic Society Mythcon, and the European Music Analysis Conference. Her work can also be seen in Engaging Students: Essays in Music Pedagogy and How Music Works. Meghan is also an active flutist in Eugene, OR and performs in the “Asculta!” woodwind quintet. You can follow Meghan on Twitter.
Kris Shaffer is Instructor of Music Theory at the University of Colorado–Boulder, editor for Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing, and lead author of Open Music Theory. His work appears in Music Theory Online, Hybrid Pedagogy, Digital Humanities Now, and Engaging Students: Essays in Music Pedagogy (for which he also served as coordinating editor). Kris holds a Ph.D. in music theory from Yale University (2011). Follow Kris on Twitter and Github.