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#GIML 2023 Conference
Call for Session Proposals
The 2023 International Conference on Music Learning Theory will be held in Oak Park, IL (just outside Chicago) August 1-3, 2023. In-person and virtual attendance options will be available.
Are you interested in presenting a session at this year's conference? Session proposals are NOW being accepted, through December 23. Click on the button below to submit your proposal.
Instrumental Faculty Hangout with Richard Grunow and Christopher Azzara
Learn more about the new JRI for Recorder series! Join us on Saturday, December 10th at 1 pm.
Summer 2023 PDLCs Are Here!
Hop on over to the Summer 2023 page and check out what we are offering this summer, including Early Childhood, Elementary General 1 and 2, Instrumental, and our brand new Choral strand!
Race, Social Justice & Equity Commission
The GIML board officially approved a motion to make the Race and Social Justice working group an official commission within the organization. If you haven't seen the great work they are doing, please visit their page.
From the Archive...
One of the most interesting debates in the world of music education is the Reimer/Gordon Debate on Music Learning: Complementary or Contradictory Views? held on April 8, 1994 at the MENC National Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Travel back in time and have a front row seat to the debate by going to the Edwin E. Gordon Archive at the University of South Carolina.
You can also access the recording in the Audio section of the Gordon Archive.
Make some popcorn, grab your favorite beverage, and buckle yourself in for a lively discussion about music learning. We hope you will explore this recording at the Gordon Archive.
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