Please enjoy the latest installment of For Your Audiation.
What's Happening with GIML?
Here are the upcoming events you should know about!
Faculty Hangout with Andy Mullen
The next online Faculty Hangout, facilitated by Andy Mullen, will be a choral music Q&A. Free for members! This faculty hangout will take place on Wednesday May 11, 2022 at 7:00 PM EASTERN time.
Exploring Piano Repertoire
Join GIML faculty members Janna Olson and Marilyn Lowe as they discuss Deeper Learning Through Audiation at the upcoming Quarterly Workshop on May 15, 2022, 2-5pm EASTERN time.
Queering the Music Classroom
Join the the Race and Social Justice working group for this free member event with Dr. Erin Cross. We will be exploring gender inclusive practices for K-12. This event takes place May 22, 2022 at 3:00 PM EASTERN time.
2022 PDLCS are Live!
Register for 2022 PDLCs!
Registration is now live for Summer 2022 Professional Development Levels Courses! Courses offered this summer include Elementary General Level I, Instrumental Level I, and Piano Level I & II. For those interested in college credit, contact the site manager for your course.
Spread the word: Carol Gordon Scholarship applications due May 15th
Are you a college/university faculty member interested in learning more about Dr. Gordon's Music Learning Theory and incorporating it into your teaching of future music educators? Are you interested in attending one of our summer Professional Development Learning Courses (PDLCs) to learn more? If yes, we encourage you to apply for a Carol Gordon PD Scholarship. Scholarship recipients can attend a summer PDLC for free, paying only travel/housing/food costs. This is a great opportunity to learn more about MLT, and share it with your music education students.
New member resource!
You will need your 2021-2022 membership password to access the Members Only area.
Past Quarterly Workshop with Holley Haynes and Carin McEvoy
Members can now access the recording of the February Quarterly Workshop with Holley Haynes and Carin McEvoy, "Elastic Lessons: Stretching your planning to do more with less in early childhood music settings."
Audiation in the Wild Podcast
Explore the podcast by Eric Rasmussen and Beau Taillefer. Each week, Eric and Beau discuss MLT with in-depth, investigative conversations about how music is learned. Occasional guests from experts of music pedagogy round out this podcast.
Each month, one GIML member shares a video teaching a tune to expand our repertoire and connect us through musicking.
Thank you to this month's contributor, Jess Glaser, for sharing her tune.
If you would like to share a tune in future months, please email Andy Mullen from the Media Commission (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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