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Unlimited Learning in the Music Classroom K-12 - Gregory Foreman

GWCC Jefferson A

This session will provide music teachers with specific strategies to integrate technology in their K-12 music classrooms. Topics will include equipment, computer-assisted instruction, Web 2.0, teacher supports, and performance supports. Sponsored by Alfred Music Publishing Company, Inc.

Yamaha Music in Education: Curriculum, Technology and Assessment Your Students Will Love Katherine - Punwar & Kelly Patterson

Courtyard Lawton

Music in Education (MIE) creates a technology-empowered general music classroom that enables the music teacher to provide a comprehensive music education. MIE places the study of music – a structured, systematic, comprehensive and conceptual instructional framework – at the core of teaching and learning experiences. The technology specifically designed for Music in Education provides an environment in which students engage in music the way professional musicians do: by performing, creating, and responding to music as active participants. Come experience MIE for yourself during IMEA. Sponsored by Yamaha Corporation of America

9:30 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. Building Choral Excellence in Beginning Choirs - Jill & Michael Gallina

GWCC Calhoun

Come sing with us in a workshop that will provide your students with a sound vocal foundation and immediate success as they begin their choral journey. With an emphasis on repertoire, an effective approach to choral development will be shared using multicultural music, classics, partner songs, songs with suggested choreography, and traditional two-part choral literature. Free packets of music will be distributed to attendees. In addition, a demonstration by the NorthWood Middle School Choir from WaNee Community Schools, directed by Tonya Angle, will be presented as part of this workshop. The choir will sing “To Those Who Serve,” commissioned by the NorthWood school community as a tribute to Travis Hunsberger, son of the NorthWood choirs’ accompanist, who was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2008. Sponsored by Hal Leonard

Copyright: I Can’t Do That Without Permission…Now What? - Abrianne Dean GWCC Harrison A

As a music educator, you have probably heard the phrase “you cannot do that without copyright permission” often. Although “fair use” was added to copyright law to help educators in this area, only a few specific situations fall under that umbrella. After a brief overview of copyright law and essential knowledge for music educators, we will examine the whos and hows of obtaining copyright permissions, including the processes of obtaining permission to arrange (print licenses), permission to create CDs/audio recordings (mechanical licenses), permission to videotape (synchronization licenses), and permission to put music on the internet (new media licenses). Handouts with contact information, copyright information and sample request forms will be distributed. (This session is NOT intended to be used as legal counsel.)

Google Tools for the Music Classroom - Kelly Clifford GWCC Jefferson A

This session will model how to use Google Tools in the music classroom. Learn how music teachers in one school district are saving time, money, and paper by building a free Google Music Classroom Website! See real examples of elementary general music and high school band websites and how they are used to attach practice calendars and parent newsletters, create forms and quizzes that students can fill out right on your website, post photo slideshows, use a teacher YouTube account to display student projects on your website…and more. Learn why every music teacher should have a Google Voice Phone Number and how you can use it with your students.

Got Rhythm? Building the Foundation for Music Literacy - Don Ester GWCC Harrison D&E

Rhythm literacy is foundational to overall music literacy. This activity-based session will focus on the effective use of the Takadimi syllables, which provide a tremendously effective and efficient pedagogical tool for developing advanced rhythm literacy at an early age and continuing to expand these skills to the highest level.


2012 IMEA Professional Development Conference

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