July 28-August 1, 2014 | North Dakota State University
Join the music education faculty of North Dakota State University and guests Alice-Ann Darrow, Kevin Meidl, Tim Sharp, and Deborah Sheldon for a unique symposium designed to develop effective teaching in music education. This five-day event offers a unique opportunity with a variety of options, including:
- Three hours credit towards NDSU Master of Music in Music Education degree or continuing education for those interested in enriching their teaching
- Separate tracks for instrumental, choral, and elementary music.
- The ability to tailor sessions to your needs and include material from one, two, or all tracks
- The opportunity to spend time working with nationally recognized master teachers
- Connect with colleagues in the region
- Re-kindle your passion for teaching and prepare for the new school year.
- MUSC 790 Degree Eligible Credit (3 graduate credits. May be applied to the M.M. Ed. with NDSU)
- MUSC 600 Professional Development Credit (3 graduate credits. Continuing Education Credit. $450)
For tuition costs, please visit www.ndsu.edu/bisonconnection/accounts/tuition.
- Attendance and participation for five days of the symposium
- A daily journal of reflections detailing each day’s activities and how they may benefit their teaching.
- One written lesson plan utilizing concepts garnered during the week
- A 3-4 page document which articulates proposed implementation of symposium concepts into their current educational setting.
- Writing will be evaluated by a rubric which lists requirements for journal entries and criteria for the proper mechanics needed for a well-written document.
Click here for a PDF of the symposium schedule. Please note it may be subject to change.
Not ready to pursue a degree or hoping to transfer this course into a degree? Consider enrolling as a Non-degree Seeking Student. More information can be found at the NDSU Graduate School.
For more information about this Summer Symposium in Music Education, please contact Charlette Moe or Warren Olfert.