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Jun 11

International Music Education Summit

June 11 @ 8:00 am - June 13 @ 6:00 pm EDT

US$47
International Music Education Summit

Why join us for the International Music Education Summit?

Attend from wherever you are in the world. For three days in June, music educators are glued to their screens, connecting to practical and applicable professional development and each other.

  • Watch from home, wherever you are in the world
  • Contact with some of the finest Music Education trainers from around the globe
  • Professional Development Completion Certificate
  • Experience cutting-edge topics, clinics, and workshops, alongside practical learning you can use in your classroom tomorrow


2020 Sessions

A Copyright Primer for Music Educators by Dr. Steve Martin

Adaptive Music Instruction: Making Music Accessible to Learners With Disabilities presented by Kelly Surette

Advocacy Every Day: Proven and Effective Strategies for Advocating in a Positive and Powerful Way presented by John Mlynczak

Audio for Music Educators: Essentials of Sound Amplification and Recording presented by George Hess

Becoming a Singing School: Creating a Culture of Singing In Your School presented by Justin Hockey

Becoming Your Best Rock Coach: How to Start and Maintain a Popular Ensemble at Your School presented by Steve Giddings

Blending Approaches: Creating a Learner-Centered Experience presented by Steve Holley

Building a Positive Classroom Culture from the First Day presented by Dr. David Pope

But Where Should My Beginners Be By…Pacing Strategies for Beginning Band presented by Danika Narrowing the Achievement GapWhite

Combating Prejudices Instilled By Normative Practices: Successful Confrontation of Complex Social Issues in the Classroom presented by Mia Ibrahim

Creating a Classroom Culture: Implementing Leadership and SEL to Drive Student Engagement and Success presented by Jeremy Ulrich

Creating on All Devices: Simplifying Online Music Technology presented by John Mlynczak

Creative Musicking: The Path to ‘Letting Go’ of Your Creative Inhibitions presented by Steve Giddings

Creativity in the Large Ensemble: Improvisation and Music Creation in Ensembles presented by Thomas Graham

Designing Learner-Centered Rehearsals: Teaching Students to Be Musical presented by Katie Ruzin

Developing Independent and Collaborative Music Students: Daily Routines for Student Growth presented by Julie Trent

Educational Technology in Performance Based Classrooms: Practical and Relevant Technology Integrations presented by Stephen Keys

Engaging More Students Through Active Music Making: Teaching Your Students to Jam presented by Shawna Longo

Exploring Concepts and Inquiry in the General Music Classroom: Using Inquiry to Powerfully Engage Your Students presented by Janine Slaga

Front-Loading Your Choral Rehearsal: Constructing Rehearsal Plans for Maximum Success presented by Christine Bass

Fueling Your Fire: Healthful Habits for Maximizing Your Inspiration and Joy presented by Mary-Elizabeth Brown

I Love My Job But It’s Killing Me: Strategies for Building A Successful Music Program Without Burning Out presented by Lesley Moffat

Project Based Learning in the Music Classroom: Techniques for Successful PBL Implementation presented by George Hess

Implementing Student-Led Conferences: Empowering Your Students to Own Their Own Learning presented by Janine Slaga

Integrating Junk Percussion Into Your Music Program presented by Dana Lamb-Schaubroeck

Investing in Your Professional Relevance: Habits for Creating a Sustainable and Fulfilling Career presented by Fernando Penaloza

Key, Not Key—Why Are Words So Confusing? Deciphering Homonyms, Homographs, and Homophones for Improved Student Comprehension presented by Nicole Douglas

Is Recorder Legit?: Exploring Recorder Pedagogy as an Important Step in Instrumental Education presented by Steve Giddings

Making the Most of Your Method Book: Using Your Method Book for More Than Your Curriculum presented by Ryan Sargent

Maximizing Contact Time with Your Ensembles: Tips for Elevating Your Ensemble to the Next Level presented by Bradley Hartman

Meaningful Technology Integrations for the Elementary Music Classroom: The Best tech for Elementary Students presented by Jim Frankel

Meet Me in the Middle: Strategies for Creating and Managing a Middle School Instrumental Classroom presented by Kris Gilbert

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall. Am I Providing Opportunities Reflecting All? Providing Culturally Reflective Experiences for Our Students presented by Lori Schwartz-Reichl

Mitigating Rot: Teaching Instrument Care to Your Woodwind Students presented by Rulon Brown

More than Arrangements: Improving Rehearsals with Noteflight Learn presented by John Mlynczak

Music Tech Class 101: Successful Strategies for Teaching Music Technology presented by George Hess

Narrowing the Achievement Gap: Ensuring Educational Equity presented by Jake Douglass

New Ways to Bring World Music Into Your Classroom: A Hands-On Approach to Musical Learning presented by Daria Marmaluk-Hajioannou

Organizing for Better Teaching: Practical Tips For Organizing Your Space for Maximum Efficiency and Usability presented by Danika White

Pass the Baton: Specific Approaches for Empowering Students in the Music Classroom presented by Theresa Ducassoux and Kathryn Finch

Percussion 102 Percussion Methods Revisited: Revisiting Percussion Methods for the Modern Music Educator presented by Dave Gerhart

Planning for Next School Year: Reflection Based Approach to Creating Your Successes presented by Jessica Peresta

Roadmap For The Performing Musician: How to Market Your Musical Skills Beyond the Classroom presented by Kyle Hauser

Rockin’ the Middle Years: A Middle School Modern Band In Action presented by Kris Gilbert

Saying No and Staying Quiet: Practical Ways to Find Time to Care for Yourself presented by Theresa Ducassoux

Self Care for the Busy Music Educator: Practical and Sustainable Ideas for You to Try presented by Michelle Rose

Self-Publishing and Arranging for Music Educators: How to Legally Create and Sell Your Music Online presented by John Mlynczak

SING-ALONG! Alfred Choral Reading Session with Andy Beck

Social Emotional Learning Through Music: Relevant and Practical Strategies for Implementing SEL presented by Shawna Longo

Strategies for Social Emotional Learning Implementation: from Sarcasm to SEL presented by David Knott

Teaching Music in an International School: Tips for Teaching Around the World presented by Justin Hockey

Tech To Go: How to Create Music on Any Device presented by Amber Love

The Importance of Women Composers: Bringing the Works of Women Composers into the Elementary Classroom presented by Miriam Capellan

The Millennial Music Teacher: What Sets Young Professionals Apart and What You Can Learn From Them presented by Holly Kessis

The Three-C Music Classroom: Creating a Collaborative Composition Classroom presented by Kris Gilbert

5 Ways to Incorporate SEL into the Elementary Music Classroom: Ready to Use Resources for Implementing SEL presented by Paige Bell and Adrien Palmer

Understanding Copyright and Compliance: A Guide to Copyright for the Modern Music Educator presented by James Weaver

Uniquely Ukulele: Functional and Fun Ukulele Instruction presented by Kris Gilbert

Using Noteflight Learn Easy Composition, Recording, and Assessments presented by John Mlynczak

Using the People’s Library to Inspire Your Students presented by Dr. Jenny Neff

Video Assessments: How to Use Video and Screen Casting to Assess Individuals and Ensembles presented by Thomas Fulton

Vocal Transformation for Your Choirs: Interactive Workshop for Group Vocal Techniques presented by Christine Bass

Your Best Tour Ever: Top Insider Tips for Planning the BIG TRIP for your Band, Choir or Orchestra presented by Stephanie Fox

Details

Start:
June 11 @ 8:00 am
End:
June 13 @ 6:00 pm
Cost:
US$47
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