Pre-Professional Development Workshops ☆

| February 23, 2011

Music and Music Education
Present

Pre-Professional Development Workshops for
T.C. Music Education Student Teachers
and Future Student Teachers Pre-service Teachers

by
T.C. Music Education Supervising Teachers
and Cooperating Teachers

Sunday
March 6, 2010 1pm-6:00pm
Horace Mann 5th Floor

Please e-mail nad2116@columbia.edu to preregister
& list your preferred topics in order of preference
Or register Onsite beginning at 12:45pm

Workshop Schedule

1:00-2:00pm- Welcome & Round Table Discussion on Teaching in the New York City Public Schools. TC grad and NYC Music Educator James Trybendis will offer insights into the classroom, the school and the system. Room 519

2:00-3:00pm – Classroom Management – Nicolás Dosman will offer practical suggestions and techniques to help you get prepared. Room 519
Or
Multicultural Music & Percussion
Want to bust out of the Western Music Tradition but don’t know how? Join TC doctoral student Carla Becker and explore multicultural music with particular emphasis on Percussion.
Room 435

3:00-4:00pm – Conducting -So you took the class, but now you are in front of students. With a Master’s Degree in conducting, Robert Albright will offer a refresher course focused on priorities for the successful secondary conductor. Room 519
Or
String Techniques: Whether you are an accomplished string player or a music educator simply concerned about the music certification exam, TC doctoral student Marie-Louise Bowe will offer techniques helpful for the beginner as well as reaffirming for the experienced player. Room 435

4:00-5:00 pm – Elementary Teaching & Techniques: TC doctoral student and veteran elementary teacher Janie Vance will offer a crash course on everything from classroom organization to elementary pedagogies including proven practical tips. Room 519

5:00-6:00pm – Choral Techniques: Making the transition from choir student to choir director. Veteran choral educator and TC doctoral student Nicolás Dosman will interactively examine successful techniques and considerations for the choral educator. Room 519