We invite you to join a supportive and driven community of students and faculty who share a passion for advancing music education with Transformative Teaching and Learning.
GRADUATE MUSIC EDUCATION FALL WORKSHOP SESSION 2017
Friday, September 22 | 4:30–8:30 p.m (dinner provided)
Saturday, September 23 | 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. (lunch provided)
The School Choral Program: Cultivating Community, Creativity, and Social Consciousness
Clinician: Mary Ellen Junda, Ed.D
Expand on traditional approaches to choral instruction with the aim of developing a community of singers who are comfortable with creative, spontaneous and diverse approaches to making music in a variety of settings. Earn graduate credit or PDPs for participation.
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“Gordon has given me the tools to encourage even my youngest students to create and improvise, building their confidence far beyond just learning about music.”
Ben Glaser, M.M.Ed. '17
K–5 General Music Teacher, Revere, MA
“The joy of gathering each day as a professional music community in peer-led ensembles has been invaluable to my growth as an educator and performer.”
Alison Yankowskas, M.M.Ed. '16
Elementary General Music, Strings, and Chorus Teacher, Sandown, NH
“Gordon puts me at the center of what is evolving nationally in the field of music education. Exploring current research helps me connect methodologies and assessment techniques to meet my students’ needs.”
Brian Freed, M.M.Ed. '17
Middle School General Music and Middle/High School Chorus Teacher, Epping, NH
“Gordon has given me the confidence to articulate how musical learning contributes to the 21st –century skills children need to succeed as adults.”
Sara Carson, M.M. Ed. '16
Elementary and Middle School General Music and Chorus Teacher, Waltham, MA
Gordon College is fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM).