Summer Music Programs

 
Summer Institute for Music Teaching and Learning
Cheryl Dubsky
Program Coordinator
Boesel Musical Arts Center
(440) 826-8065
cdubsky@bw.edu
(440) 826-8069 (fax)

Registration is now open!

Click REGISTER HERE to go to the Registration Page.

Housing will be available on-campus for the Gordon Institute in the newly renovated, air-conditioned and suite style Davidson Commons. Click here for the housing application.

 

Orff-Schulwerk courses and housing will be off-campus at the Andrews Osborne Academy in Willoughby.  Click here for the housing application.

 


 

All programs are offered for credit for both Graduate and Undergraduate Students.

International students may register as a not for credit student and must call the Outreach office to pay for their course between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm Eastern Standard Time, Monday - Friday at 440-826-2365.

 

(International students are responsible for attaining their own visa.)

Summer Institute for Music Teaching and Learning

Providing high-quality professional development for music educators in workshops coordinated with Ohio Standards and contextualized for the music educator.


Invest a few hours this summer...

...apply new ideas & techniques in your music classroom
all year!

             

  

2014 Offerings are listed below.

Please note: the professional development courses are not available for non-credit or audit.

Guitar Skills for Teachers   
June 16-18; 12:00-4:30 pm; Kulas Musical Arts Building #318  

Lalene Kay, Instructor; 1 credit; $185
Foundational guitar skills for use in accompanying singing, exploring harmony and teaching guitar.
Participants may bring any acoustic guitar or rent one from BW for a small fee.

Music Education in the Cloud
**This course is now closed**

June 23-26; 9:00 am-4:30 pm; Kulas Musical Arts Building #012
William Bauer, Instructor; 2 credits; $315
Numerous free and inexpensive, high quality, online technologies are available to 21st century music educators and their students. This workshop will help focus on the development of technological skills and pedagogical strategies for utilizing these tools to help students create, perform, and respond to music. In addition, participants will explore applications of the technologies to organizational and administrative tasks, as well as ongoing professional development.                                         

Orff-Schulwerk Teacher Education Course Level I*       
July 7-18 (Monday-Friday); 8:00 am-4:30 pm; Off-campus*
Tim Purdum, Laura Webster & Alan Purdum, Instructors; 4 credits; $610
Develop Orff-Schulwerk principles and techniques through instruction in recorder, pitched and unpitched percussion, singing, movement, and Orff process.  An A.O.S.A.-approved course 

Orff-Schulwerk Teacher Education Course Level III* 
July 7-18 (Monday-Friday); 8:00 am-4:30 pm; Off-campus*
Michelle Przbylowski, Laura Webster & Alan Purdum, Instructors; 4 credits; $610
For those who have successfully completed Levels I & II, advanced instruction in recorder, pitched and unpitched percussion, singing, movement, and Orff process.  An A.O.S.A.-approved course 

Gordon Institute for Music Learning Theory, General Music I+ 
July 21-August 1 (Monday-Friday); 8:30 am-5:00 pm; Boesel Musical Arts Center #064
Jennifer Bailey & Herbert Marshall, Instructors; 4 credits; $710
Audiation, Gordon’s Music Learning Theory, and their applications in the General Music Classroom. Participants will learn new approaches to musicianship, pedagogy, and assessment. Some prior knowledge of MLT is helpful for this course. Tuition includes required $100 fee for Gordon Institute membership and certification. 

Gordon Institute for Music Learning Theory, Instrumental Music+
July 21-August 1 (Monday-Friday); 8:30 am-5:00 pm; Boesel Musical Arts Center #149
Richard Grunow & Kathy Liperote, Instructors; 4 credits; $710
Audiation, Gordon’s Music Learning Theory, and their applications in the Instrumental Classroom. Participants will learn new approaches to musicianship, pedagogy, and assessment. Some prior knowledge of MLT is helpful for this course. Tuition includes required $100 fee for Gordon Institute membership and certification. 

*Orff-Schulwerk courses will take place off-campus at the Andrews Osborne Academy in Willoughby, Ohio; housing is available. 

+On-campus housing is available during the Music Learning Theory courses.

Registrations is now open!

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