Connect with a Diverse Community of Music Educators
Students, faculty, and workshop clinicians represent a diverse range of teaching disciplines, including choral, general, and instrumental music teachers of all ages, ranging from Pre-K through 12th grade and beyond.
Develop and Improve Musicianship
Master of Music Education Lab Ensembles and intensive workshop elective curriculums reflect real world classroom and ensemble experiences, where teachers play, sing, dance, and move daily, in order to steward life-long music making with their own students.
Navigate Teaching Licensure Progression
Personalized mentoring and individual plans of study allow for navigating non-traditional paths leading to successful achievement of teaching licensure credentials for all disciplines of K-12 music education.
Friday, February 1 | 4:30–8:30 p.m.
Saturday, February 2 | 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
The School Chorus: Cultivating Community, Creativity and Social Consciousness
Mary Ellen Junda
Culturally Responsive Teaching in Music Education
Engaging Creativity Through Student-Led Composition Projects and Activities
Dr. Simon Hutchinson
“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
“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
“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 College is fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM).