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Clinician: WSU Alum and Grad Student--Lindsay Jervis
Info: 9-12 am, Oatville Elementary School, 4335 South Hooever Road, Haysville, KS
At this workshop, Lindsay will walk you through the steps she takes when she creates rhythmic and melodic visuals for her classroom. Bring your laptop and create alongside her in PowerPoint. There will be built in work time so that you can leave with visuals you can use in your classroom.
Mrs. Jervis has been teaching elementary music for five years and is currently teaching at Oatville Elementary School in USD 261. She completed her Kodály Certificate at Wichita State University and is working towards her Masters in Music with a Kodaly Emphasis at WSU. In 2013, Lindsay began creating resources for the Kodaly inspired classroom. She shares her ideas and creations on her blog at pursuitofjoyfulness.blogspot.com as well as on TeachersPayTeachers.com, an open marketplace where teachers can share with other teachers around the world.
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 2015 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 1-12. MUS E 767 (CRN# 32968) 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 1-7. MUS E 750P (CRN# 32960) 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.
Hillside Connection: Arranged by contract for June. MUSE 750U (CRN#32625) 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.
General Music Workshop: Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Comprehensive Choral Director: CANCELLED June 24 - 26. MUSE 790c
(1 hr). Clinicians: Tom Wine, Michael Hanawalt, JohnPaul Johnson and Jeanne Vance.
Technology for the Music Classroom June 29-30. (1 hr). MUSE 750AJ Recording, sound amplification, creative applications, and educational applications. Clinicians: Aleks Sternfeld-Dunn & Steve Dare.
Instrument Repair : July 7-9. (1 hr). MUSE 750 AJ (CRN# 33321) Instrument repair for the band and orchestra director. Clinician: Fred Sullivan from Lighthouse Music Services.
Orchestra Conducting: Dates July 20-23 MUS E 750AF (CRN# 33176 ) 2 credits
Guest Clinician: Jeffrey Grogan, New Jersey Youth Symphony InterSchool Orchestras of New York and Mark Laycock, Wichita State University. For detailed information: Conducting Workshop Link.
Hillside Connection Arranged by contract. MUE 750U (CRN#32626 - 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: email@example.com.
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