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THE NEW JERSEY MUSIC EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION a federated state association of NATIONAL ASSOCIATION for MUSIC EDUCATION News From Our Division Chairs


SPECIAL EDUCATION Multi-sensory learning approach reaching all learners in Grades K-5


Making Connections: Using Repertoire to Enhance the Social- Emotional Needs of Students with Special Needs


Music for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder Behavior Management for Special Learners


SPECIAL TOPICS: Interactive Focus Sessions for Classroom Music, Choral Music, Instrumental Music, Special Ed, Technology, Recruitment and Retention. Bring your questions, concerns, techniques to share.


Mindsets, Motivation, and Performance. Tips For Music Educators Instrument Repair: What Not To Do! “Just The Music Teacher” It’s Not Me, It’s My Brain!


A Full day of Collegial Networking and Camaraderie in summer garb! See you there…register now !


Technology Marjorie LoPresti


732-613-6969 marjorielopresti@gmail.com


Summer is a great time to explore free tech resources and get some hands-on training. Here are a few ways to get started:


• Explore the wealth of resources put together by Rachel Michel and Shawna Longo with help from Amy Burns. Visit www.njmea.org/ classroom/technology to spend some time in the virtual music tech sandbox!


• Attend the NJMEA Summer Workshop • Sign up for free tech resources and updates at http://midnightmusic.com.au/ • Join and explore the I Teach Music Technology group on “Facebook.” Even if you don’t teach music tech full time, this forum provides a place to keep on top of what’s new and to get your questions answered fast. Group members share excellent web resources and updates on new products and software.


• Explore ti-me.org and consider becoming a member. HUNDREDS of classroom-tested lesson plans, ideas, and advice on technology for the music education, plus free subscriptions Electronic Musician and other publications.


• Take an online or week-long seminar. Check out www.musicedtech.com, www.midiworkshop.com, Central Connecticut State (http:// web.ccsu.edu/smi/courses.asp) or University of the Arts (http://cs.uarts.edu/sms/courses) for course listings. Do you teach with technology? Please share your expertise by volunteering to lead a session at the NJMEA Summer Workshop! You


don’t have to know everything about a topic to present a session. Share what you do in your classes--lessons and projects that work with your students. The Summer Workshop has a really relaxed, supportive environment for presenters as well as attendees. This is also a great time to start thinking ahead about proposing a session for NJMEA 2018! Plans are in place for the 7th annual NJ Student Music Technology Expo! The event will be held on Friday, May 12th at Rowan and on


Monday, May 15th at Rutgers. Registration is closed, but if you can get a PD day and would like to come check it out, please email njmeat- echexpo@gmail.com. We would love to have you join us for this unique event so that you can participate with your students in the future.


& TEMPO 20 MAY 2017


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