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ArkMEA 2021 All-State Virtual PD Sessions

ArkMEA is hosting the following presentations at our upcoming Arkansas All-State Virtual PD Conference. Please visit asboa.org and click on Director/Teacher Registration for PD. This year's All-State PD is being offered FREE to attendees. Sessions start February 26th, 2021and repeat on February 27th, 2021.
Friday, February 26th, 2021
9:00-9:55 am - Dr. Daniel Abrahams: Informances: Performances that inform as a way for virtual concerts that are student-centered and move beyond the virtual ensemble.  

10:00-10:45 am - Dr. Jeffrey Murdock: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: Being culturally responsive to pedagogy during the educational process.

11:00-11:55 am - Rick Salonen: Jazz Pedagogy: Jazz education tips and tricks for all.

12:45-1:55 pm - Dr. Timothy Oliver and Dr. Sarah LabovitzFocus on What You Can Do, Not on What You Can't: Modifying your music curriculum in meaningful ways.
2:00-2:55 pm - Dr. Christa Kuebal: Development of High School Musicians: A Panel Discussion presented by Christa Kuebel, Kevin Coker, Dennis Giotta, Jennifer Hawkinson, and Tiffanie Manes.

Saturday, February 27th, 2021
10:30-11:25 am - Dr. Daniel Abrahams: Informances: Performances that inform as a way for virtual concerts that are student-centered and move beyond the virtual ensemble.  

11:30am-12:15 pm - Dr. Jeffrey Murdock: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: Being culturally responsive to pedagogy during the educational process.

12:30-1:45 pm - Rick Salonen: Jazz Pedagogy: Jazz education tips and tricks for all.

2:00-3:10 pm - Dr. Timothy Oliver and Dr. Sarah LabovitzFocus on What You Can Do, Not on What You Can't: Modifying your music curriculum in meaningful ways.
3:15-4:10 pm - Dr. Christa Kuebal: Development of High School Musicians: A Panel Discussion presented by Christa Kuebel, Kevin Coker, Dennis Giotta, Jennifer Hawkinson, and Tiffanie Manes.

Stay tuned for information on our third Mini-Webinar celebrating MIOSM 2021!

Tuesday - March 9, 2021

6:00-7:00 pm

Campfire Conversation

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Music In Our Schools Month 2021

Click the MIOSM logo and the PDF to the right for all the information you'll need to participate in this year's virtual MIOSM!

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Past Campfire Conversation:

Landing the Part

If you missed our February webinar, Landing the Part: Interview Preparation and Tips for Music Educators, check out the video replay below. Click on the button below to open a copy of the Google Slides presentation for this Campfire Conversation.  

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The new Arkansas Fine Arts Academic Standards for Music will take effect for the 2021-2022 school year. The new standards are now available and can be accessed below. Arkansas music educators may review and utilize these standards before they officially take effect next school year. 

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for Music

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