“Diane Orlofsky is an experienced choral conductor who is best known in the state of Alabama for her work with pre-service music educators. As a music education methods specialist at Troy University, she has published many articles on teacher education and keyboard training and her book, Redefining Teacher Education: The Theories of Jerome Bruner and the Practice of Training Teachers was published by Peter Lang Publishing in May, 2002. Orlofsky is an active clinician, conductor, and researcher and has held numerous national and regional positions of leadership within MENC. She is currently the Research Chair for AMEA and was named an American Fellow in 1997 by the American Association of University Women. She is also the recipient of numerous teaching awards while at Troy University, including the Ingalls Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching, the Phi Kappa Phi Distinguished Scholar award, and the A.A.T.E. Outstanding Teacher Educator Award.

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