REGISTRATION for CREDIT is an ONLINE registration process and requires admission to the graduate school either as a degree bound or non-degree student. Click here to apply to the WSU graduate school. If you have questions about the workshop content, contact the person listed on the workshop description. Costs for Summer 2013 Workshop Credit vary according to location and fees. Offerings and costs are subject to change. For graduate admission assistance contact: Mark Foley, Graduate Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org, or John Paul Johnson, Summer Workshop Coordinator email@example.com .
Please try to be admitted as soon as possible if you plan to take summer workshops. Then, try to enroll before the workshops begin. If that is not possible, we may be able to help you enroll on site but it may delay posting to your transcript.
NON-CREDIT registration is $60.00 (with the exception of the Kodaly program) payable to WSU School of Music Workshops. Offerings and costs are subject to change. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org workshop graduate program questions or the contact person listed below for each individual workshop.
For information on Kodaly Certification Courses-- see www.wichita.edu/kodaly
Kodaly Applications June 2-13. MUS E 767 (CRN# 34685) 2 credit hours. NOTE: Only students who have completed the Kodaly Certification levels may participate in this workshop. Contact: email@example.com
Kodaly Children's Choir June 2-8. MUS E 750P (CRN# 34686) 1 credit hour.
Participants may observe Elaine Quillichini in her work with the children's choir for 15 hours during the choir week by arrangement. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marching Band Drill & Design Workshop: June 16-18. (CRN# 34703) This 3 day workshop is aimed at band teachers who do it all in marching band. Presenters Michael Berryhill & Heath Hopper teach bands in Mississippi and have scored highly in Bands of America competitions. Participants will engage in numerous activities aimed at designing drill and developing marching technique to create a show that is musically, visually, and educationally relevant for their students. Participants will leave this workshop with:
Guitar Workshop Levels One and Two: 2015 Tentative Dates : June 20-24. M-Th 8:30-4:30 and 8:30-1:30 at Senseney Music, 2300 E. Lincoln, Wichita. This is the famous NAfME guitar workshop. Co-sponsored by NAMM and Senseney Music. See http://www.guitaredunet.org/apply/ to pre-register and for details. Our own WSU alumnus Matt Gerry is assisting Seneney's Jim Hill with the arrangements. Location is scheduled to be held at Senseney. Housing can be arranged at WSU residence hall if needed. Contact: email@example.com. Note: I will work with you to take additional 1, 2 and 3 or credit hour options if you want WSU credits but this will require separate tuition payments beyond the $379 fee collected by the Guitar Workshop group. Full disclosure-- the workshop includes an option for credits from Vandercook university.
Hillside Connection Arranged by contract for June. MUSE 750U (CRN#34698) 1 credit hour
The Hillside Connection is designed for music educators attending a special conference or workshop. The Hillside Connection will help participants apply what they have learned to their individual school setting. WSU faculty will consult with participants individually. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teaching Middle School Choirs: Being Successful with Adolecent Singers MUSE 750AG (CRN 34864) June 16 and 17 9:00-4:00; June 18 8am-12pm. Gretchen Grace Harrison: Choir Director, Frontier Trail Middle School, Olathe, KS. Director, Vivo, Allegro Community Children's Choir program. Nathan Dame: Harpool Middle School, Denton, TX and instructor KU. Two directors nationally recognized for their abilities with adolecent singers. Topics: understanding the voice, vocal techniques, vocalization, changing voic, sight-sining, choosing music, curriculum development and more.
The Comprehensive Choral Director: June 25 1:00-5:00p.m. June 26-27 9:00-4:00. (CRN 34702) Tom Wine, Michael Hanawalt, JohnPaul Johnson and Jeanne Vance- WSU Choral Faculty. 15 one-hour presentations on topics such as: Teaching Cycles, Score Study, Warm-ups, Sight-sining; Spiritual Performance Practice, History/stylisic awareness, IPE and Choral Diection, Recruiting, Administration/Faculty relations, and more. "Pick the brains" of multiple presenters. Contact: email@example.com .
Ann Marie Stanley General Music Workshop: HANDOUTS for attendees are on googledrive. . MUSE 750 (CRN# 33824) Dr. Stanley's work at Eastman School of Music is reknowned. Enjoy 3 great days of tips, techniques and fun in general music for ALL AGES! An expert on MOTIVATIOn theory--she has wonderful suggestions for making the most of time with your students. Learn about students' three basic needs: Competence, Autonomy and Relatedness through interactive collaboration. Through musical engagements and creating/sharing lesson plans and units we will apply the research in a practical way. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
WSU Orchestra Directors's Retreat: Dates July 17-18 MUS E 750AF (CRN34701 ) 2 credits
Guest Clinician: Mary Havenstrite, one of the leading string educators in Texas. Session topics include intermediate and advanced teaching techniques, the "self-propelling" classroom and strategies to help students overcome bad habits. Participants are asked to bring two favoriate pieces to read. Contact email@example.com for information.
Showchoir Connections This workshop will NOTbe offered in 2014. Thanks to Valerie Mack for her great work over the years! Look at the Comprehensive Choral Director this year!!!
Hillside Connection Arranged by contract. MUE 750U (CRN#34699 - July only) 1 credit hour
The Hillside Connection is designed for music educators attneding a special conference or workshop. The Hillside Connection will help participants apply what they have learned to their individual school setting. WSU faculty will consult with participants individually. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kansas ACDA Conference July 11-13 MUSE 751K (CRN# )
July TBA Contact email@example.com for information.
KASTA Conference: (CRN 33596) Enroll in the Orchestra Director's Retreat
( For information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or monitor the KASTA website) 2 credit hours
Receive workshop credit for attending the Kansas American String Teachers Association Conference. Clinics include topics relevant to string and orchestra teachers. Participants will attend concerts and Chamber Music at the Barn. Contact: email@example.com
2014 St. Louis: Bernstorf and Hansen Session
2012 St. Louis: Bernstorf and Oare Powerpoint: Implications of Inclusion: Don't be Outwitted
2012 St. Louis: Oare and Bernstorf: PDAE
2011 Dallas: Bernstorf, Hunt and Johnson Poweroint: Tattoos, Timecards, and Technology
2014 KMEA Special Learners Sessions: Scott Iseminger
2014 KMEA Research Poster: Bernstorf and Kobialka
2013 KMEA Board meeting: Bernstorf and Brezinkofer:
2013-2014 Research Session: Ricketts, McKellar, Bernstorf, Ellsworth: Relationships Between Instrumental Music Participation and Academic Achievement in Low SES Students
2012 KBA Session: Oare and Bernstorf: Integrating Reading: What's the Score?
2012 Research Session: Oare and Bernstorf: PDAE Grant: USD 259 and WSU Kodaly Training
2014 Atlanta: Bernstorf, Oare, Hirsh, Simmelink, Taylor Session: Student Teachers and Kodaly
2012 Phoenix Bernstorf Poster Session: Preschool Music in the US and Kenya
2012 Phoneix Bernstorf Poster Session: Accentuating Literacy
2011 Dallas: Bernstorf and Johnson: Communication Aritistry through Choral Literacy
2012 Bernstorf: Music and Literacy for Shawnee Mission Kansas School District