Summer Online Workshops

2024 Summer Workshop Series

In the online elementary general music workshops, participants will explore ways to apply the principles of Music Learning Theory to new and familiar repertoire. Participants also will have opportunities to develop their own tonal, rhythm, and stylistic audiation skills and will learn how to help their students develop audiational skills in elementary general music settings.

Dates: Monday July 29th - Friday August 2nd, 2024

Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Eastern Time

Format: Synchronous Zoom Sessions

Faculty: Jennifer Doiron & Robin Giebelhausen

Cost: $150

In the online choral music workshops, participants will explore ways to apply the principles of Music Learning Theory to new and familiar repertoire. Participants also will have opportunities to develop their own tonal, rhythm, and stylistic audiation skills and will learn how to help their students develop audiational skills in choral music settings.

Dates: Monday July 22nd - Friday July 26th, 2024

Time: 10:00am-1:00pm Eastern Time

Format: Synchronous Zoom Sessions

Faculty: Krystal McCoy & Terry Bacon

Cost: $150

In these summer workshops, participants will be introduced to the principles of Music Learning Theory as developed by Edwin E. Gordon, as well as its practical application in early childhood music, elementary general music, piano, and/or instrumental music settings.

FAQ

Will these sessions be recorded?

No, these workshops are not recorded. In order to foster the best experience for all attendees and presenters,  these sessions are synchronous and not recorded. We encourage you to visit the members-only section of our website to access asynchronous materials, including past events & recordings!

Music Learning Theory is new to me...should I attend?

Yes! These courses are designed for all levels of teaching experience and familiarity with MLT.

What if I cannot attend all of the sessions?

We highly recommend registering if you commit to all of the session meetings. Please know that, as this is NOT a Professional Development Levels Course, there is no certification connected to these workshops. Faculty will provide instruction during the indicated event hours only.

Something else would really work better for me...what should I do?

We are always open to your suggestions! Please email your thoughts for future workshops to the GIML Professional Development Commission: professionaldevelopment@giml.org

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