|MPAME-GE.2021.001||Music Ref. and Research Materials
||MTWR||5:00- 7:30 pm||3||Ed 306||Elliott|
|This course is an introduction to: (a) researching and writing papers, and (b) identifying reference materials and sources. Emphasis is on utilizing the resources of libraries, indices, and the Internet. A major bibliography and research paper are required.|
|MPAME-GE.2114.001||Music For the Exceptional Children
|MPAIA-GE.2029.001||Tech. Resources for Perf. Arts Educators
5:00- 7:05 pm
|Applications of communication and digital technology as designed for performing arts as resources for performing arts educators. Special emphasis is given to the use of the World Wide Web (WWW) as a resource for researching and creating performing arts materials and developing collaboration in the performing arts. Applications of the WWW as an archive for performing arts materials and portfolios are also explored.|
|MPAME-GE.2079.001||Jazz in Music Education||MTWR||1:30 -3:10 p.m.||3||Ed770||I.Shankman|
|A leading jazz educator explores jazz and jazz ensembles for educational settings, with emphasis on repertoire, rehearsal and performance techniques in developing musicianship and cultural understanding. For instrumentalists and vocalists.|
Kodály Summer Institute (Summer Session III)
Comprehensive workshop in the Kodály method. Based on the idea that singing is the foundation for musicianship, the Kodály methodology focuses on music literature experienced through the use of folk and composed songs from children’s linguistic heritage.
|MPAME-GE.2146.001||Kodály: Level I*
||MTWRF||8:00am - 4:45 pm||3||TBA||Kerlin|
|MPAME-GE.2147.001||Kodály: Level II*||MTWRF||8:00am - 4:45 pm||3||TBA||Kerlin|
|MPAME-GE.2148.001||Kodály: Level III*||MTWRF||8:00am - 4:45 pm||3||TBA||Kerlin|
For further information, please visit the Kodály Summer Institute page.
|MPAME-GE.2139.001||Basic Concepts of music Ed||MTWR||12:00- 2:30 pm||3||Ed 307||Elliott|
|Analysis of a wide range of published research on relationships between music education and behaviorism, cognitive development theory, constructivism, humanism, human consciousness studies, self-identity formation, motivation theory, and tests of musical intelligence and achievement. Music Education contributes importantly to this dialectical exchange among competing and complementary theories.|
|MPAME-GE.2082.001||Choral Materials and Techniques||MTWR||3:00- 5:00pm||2||Ed 307||N.Shankman|
The choral rehearsal is more than just singing. This course will provide hands-on experience with vocal and choral techniques for the elementary, middle and high school voice and chorus, rehearsal techniques, choral arranging and composition for various ensembles, including selection and development of repertoire and involvement of students in the arranging, composing and performing process.
IMPACT Workshop (Summer Session IV)
Creative projects developed collaboratively by performing artists, arts technicians, composers, choreographers, directors, and others designed for live and processed performance in various performance venues. The final performance will be on Thursday, August 11th.
|Workshop||IMPACT (Interactive Multimedia Performing Arts Collaborative Technology)||MTWR||9:00am-6:00pm||fee||TBD||Gilbert|
|MPAIA-GE.2031.001||Collaborative Projects in the Performing Arts||MTWR||TBD||3||TBD||Gilbert|
|Graduate students participating in IMPACT workshop can register in MPAIA-GE.2031 if they wish to receive credit.|
|MPAME-UE.1031.001||Creative Performance Opportunities in Music Ed||MTWR||TBD||3||TBD||Gilbert|
|Highschool and undergraduate students participating in IMPACT workshop can register in MPAME-UE.1031 if they wish to receive credit.|
For further details, please visit the IMPACT Summer Program page.