How do we connect our students with authentic experiences in the music classroom? And, how do we grow our own musicianship to serve the needs of our students best? In this high-energy, interactive professional development for music teachers, you’ll walk away with the tools you need to meet ALL learners in engaging music-making. This event is for music educators at all levels and content areas. The four-hour workshop includes a meet and greets (with Nashville DJ Louric Oshay), three professional development sessions from Nashville clinicians Jasmine Fripp, Otto Gross, and Franklin Willis, and a collaborative session on creative music-making. Come for the community and stay for the city! All of the events will be held at the National Museum of African American Music located in Nashville. So, grab a discounted ticket to the museum and check out all that Nashville has to offer!
[Note: All registrants will receive a certificate for four hours of professional development credit. Specific details will be emailed out the week of the event. For information on travel and visiting NMAAM, you can check out their website here.
Register for the in-person event before October 20th or grab a ticket to the live stream event here!