Marysol Quevedo’s teaching is guided by a student-centered approach through the practices of Backwards Course Design, Decoding the Discipline, and Authentic Assessments. She has participated in IU’s Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning‘s Course Development Institute, where she focussed on pedagogical issues and  learned the principles of Backwards Course design and Active Learning Techniques.

Courses Taught

Department of Musicology, Frost School of Music, University of Miami

  • Special Topics Graduate Seminar: Art Music of Latin America in the 20th and 21st Centuries (Spring 2021)
  • Music of the Baroque-Graduate Survey (Spring 2020)
  • Independent Study-Graduate Student: Special Topic on Music of Puerto Rico (Fall 2019)
  • Introduction to Cuban Music (Fall 2019)
  • Contemporary Music-Graduate/Undergraduate Survey (Fall 2019; Fall 2018; Fall 2017)
  • Music Bibliography-Graduate (Spring 2020, Spring 2019)
  • Music of the Romantic Period-Graduate/Undergraduate Survey (Spring 2019)
  • Independent Study-Graduate student: Special Topic on Contemporary Women Composers of Latin America (Spring 2019)
  • Music of Latin America-Undergraduate Survey (Spring 2021; Fall 2020; Fall 2018; Fall 2017)
  • Symphonic Literature-Graduate/Undergraduate Survey (Spring 2018)
  • Special Topics Seminar: Musical Circulation and Experience in the Circum-Caribbean Region (Spring 2018)
  • Independent Study-Graduate Student: Special Topic on Colombian Folk Music (Spring 2018)

Musicology Department, Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University: Instructor

  • Romantic Music-Graduate Survey (Summer 2017)
  • Music in the U.S.-Graduate Survey (Spring 2017)
  • History and Literature of Music II: 1750 to the Present-Undergraduate Survey (Summer 2014)
  • Graduate Review of Late Music History: 1750 to the Present (Spring 2014)

Latin American Music Center, Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University, Instructor

  • Latin American and Latino Popular Music and Culture (Spring 2016, Fall 2015, Fall 2013, Spring 2013, Spring 2012)
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