Transformative teaching and learning in an inspiring learning environment.
Combine learning online with only five weeks on campus for three summers in an inspiring learning environment.
IMMEDIATELY APPLICABLE LEARNING
Informed by the most current research, discover practical strategies to help your music students learn more effectively.
Practice what you teach—make music daily in choral, instrumental, and general music lab ensembles with your peers.
PEER MOTIVATION AND ENCOURAGEMENT
Relationships developed with your summer cohort will empower you to reach your potential as a steward of life-long independent music making.
Air-conditioned apartment-style campus housing is available for summer term graduate students.
Website for the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Apply online for your Professional License and stay updated on current issues in education in Massachusetts.
Official website of the National Association for Music Education.
MMEA All- State Conference
Massachusetts Music Educators Association All-State Conference 2018.
Conference attendees may receive graduate credit through Gordon College’s Master of Music Education program for attending the conference. Start earning elective credit even before beginning our degree program. Read more...