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GIML Quarterly Workshop
With Beth Bolton
GIML is excited to present Audiation Soup: New Tunes for a New Era with Dr. Beth Bolton on Saturday, May 6th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm EST. This workshop is FREE for GIML members.
with Michael Martin and Sharon Saul
Join Michael Martin and Sharon Saul to hear more about Jump Right In for Strings: Third Edition on June 10, 2023 at 11:00am EST. Bring your instrument and play along as they go through some of the new lesson plans! This workshop is free for GIML members.
GIML Video Project
Have something great going on in your classroom? Are you rocking your LSAs after taking a PDLC? Are your students singing bass lines in Lydian tonality? We want to see! Please consider sharing video of your great teaching with the GIML Video project.
New Audio Resource
New years of audio lectures are now available! Listen to the out of print audio lectures from Dr. Gordon. This audio is now available in the audio section of the members-only area.
Reminder: New Password for Members Only
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PDLC Registration is Open!
Take a Summer PDLC
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, Piano 1 and 2, and our brand new Choral strand! Registration is now open for these life-changing courses.
From the Archive
Do you know someone who is a “metaphor merchant, trader in analogy, and a symbol monger?” If this sounds familiar, you have listened to the Reimer/Gordon Debate on Music Learning that was featured in the December 2022 GIML For your Audiation Newsletter located under From the Archive . . . If you have not listened to this debate, we highly recommend you do.
Did you know that Gordon’s notes for the opening remarks for this debate can be found in the Edwin E. Gordon Archive? The 10-page paper can be found under Papers and is titled, Gordon's and Reimer's Visions of Music Education - Complementary or Contradictory? Almost everything written in the paper is spoken in the remarks. We recommend you follow along with this paper while listening to the debate. It is interesting to see what parts of the opening remarks Gordon chose not to read at the debate. For example, he left out one paragraph toward the end where he discusses appreciation. This transcription may provide a valuable resource when quoting or paraphrasing Gordon’s opening remarks in research.
Gordon’s remarks can be found at the Edwin E. Gordon Archive under Papers. It is listed as the second entry, below the entry, Forward¸ that was featured in last month’s GIML For your Audiation Newsletter.
Gordon's and Reimer's Visions of Music Education - Complementary or Contradictory?
Gordon Davignon, Historian Committee Chair
Denise Guilbault, PhD
Diane Lange, PhD
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