NEW ENGLAND GIML WORKSHOPS

More Bang for Your Buck with Dr. Heather Shouldice

New England GIML and Michigan GIML are excited to present a live webinar! Join us as GIML faculty member, Heather Shouldice, presents her take on how get “More Bang for Your Buck” in the elementary general music classroom. Elementary music can easily become a disconnected “grab bag” of activities. This webinar will share strategies for short-

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From the Cradle to the Stage with Natasha Sigmund

Join the New England-GIML chapter for a professional development workshop presented by GIML faculty member, Natasha Sigmund.  While learning music might look and feel different in an infant class versus a high school choir, learning to audiate follows the same fundamental process. In this workshop, you will learn about preparatory audiation and what it looks

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Making MLT Work with Jennifer Bailey

Jennifer Bailey (www.SingtoKids.com) is well known as a teacher, clinician, and blogger about all things elementary music! This extraordinary faculty member of GIML, the Gordon Institute of Music Learning, will present her take on how to make MLT work in the general music classroom. In this workshop, you will learn:How she delivers pattern instruction to her

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Teaching Harmony Step by Step with Dr. Heather Shouldice

DATE: Saturday, April 28, 20189:00 am – 3:00 pmOrange Board of Education, 650 Schoolhouse Lane, Orange, CT 06477Helping your students understand and sing in harmony can be a snap! The key is to think about readiness. This workshop will share ways to prepare your students to audiate harmony and engage in practical activities for developing

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Moving For Musicianship with Dr. Wendy Valerio

Saturday, September 23, 20178:30-3:00Leo A. Savoie Elementary School, Woonsocket RIThis workshop is designed to help educators incorporate more varied and expressive types of movement in their teaching to further music understanding and audiation of their students.  Professional Development Certificates The Gordon Institute for Music Learning will provide certificates for 5 contact hours of professional development upon request.

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Putting the MLT in Multicultural Music with Dr. Butch Marshall

April 1, 2017All Saints Memorial Church, Providence RIThis workshop is designed to help educators introduce music of diverse cultures into their teaching within a Music Learning Theory context.Dr. Butch Marshall is an associate professor of music education at Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music. He taught general and instrumental music for eleven years in public schools

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