In order to aid the effort to contain the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, all Graduate Music Education workshop programming for the 2020-21 academic year will be taught remotely.
Workshops will combine synchronous class meeting times using Zoom, with digital engagement materials and resources available in CANVAS, Gordon College's online learning management system.
FALL 2020 TOPICS, CLINICIANS, REGISTRATION
Clinicians: Jesse Hameen II, Andrew Jones
4 Consecutive Tuesdays, 7:15–9:15 p.m.
September 29; October 6, 13, 20, 2020
Class meets live via Zoom on 4 Tuesday evenings. Asynchronous content and self-paced digital engagement with supplemental resources and materials will be required using CANVAS, Gordon College's Digital Learning Management System
This workshop course will survey the elements, historical background and styles of Black music in America. Applicable to music educators of all disciplines, grades K-12.
Learning Outcomes - Attendees will come away with:
Examples of Content and Resources Provided for Asynchronous Digital Engagement
Examples of K-12 Music Classroom Applications:
More about Jesse Hameen II and Andrew Jones
$425: One (1) Graduate Credit
$385: Participation Only | Zero Credits
Graduate credit registration requirements include mandatory attendance during zoom sessions, final project, written assignment or assessment. Participants will be provided with a letter grade and academic transcript upon request.
Participation only registration indicates the participant is not required to submit a final project, written assignment or assessment. No academic transcript provided.
PDP completion documentation is not provided by Gordon College. One graduate credit is the equivalent of earning 22.5 PDPs. Participants are encouraged to work directly with DESE if they wish to convert their graduate credit earnings to PDPs.