Jordan Mroziak is Adjunct Professor of Musicianship and Coordinator of Student Services at the Duquesne University School of Music. He designed and teaches courses in Duquesne’s City Music Center Music Technology Program , an iPad-based program for middle and high school students. Jordan specializes in informal learning environments and approaches that facilitate authentic and creative learning experiences in the arts.
His Sprout-funded project, take p-ART, is a collaborative effort with Hear Me and The Labs at CLP that works at the crossroads of technology, art, and media literacy. Take p-ART seeks to broaden youths’ understanding of how to effectively participate in civic dialogue in an effort to better their own communities while simultaneously educating youth about their media-saturated environment.
At Duquesne, Jordan designed a new course for the university’s core curriculum, Rock & Roll: An Unruly History. Jordan aids in professional development of faculty involving implementations of technology in their pedagogy. He has presented at the ISTE and ATMI conferences on music technology, creative informal pedagogy, the TPACK model, and related topics.