You have the option to take this workshop for college credit (undergraduate or graduate). The advantage is it can be applied toward a degree--now or in the future. Course name MUS4980-002 (undergraduate) and MUS6980-002 (graduate) and is valued at 1 credit hour. Below is a guide to help you proceed, depending on your student status.
CURRENT UT STUDENTS (undergraduate or graduate) If you are pursuing a degree and are already enrolled at UT, just register for the workshop as you would for any other class. However, you must still register here as a student taking the workshop for college credit and pay for your course pack by July 30.
GUEST STUDENT If you are enrolled at another institution, enroll with UT as a Guest Student (undergraduate or graduate) and earn credit for the course in that way. Check with your home institution to verify that it will allow the course to transfer.
UNDERGRADUATE If you are not enrolled at UT, and want to take the workshop for college credit, you will need enroll with an SPU application, a type of enrollment known as "special student status." This helps to simplify your enrollment process when you're taking a class or two, or a workshop, and are not currently pursuing a degree program. The workshop can still be applied to a degree in the future. A $40 application fee is all that is required to get started. No transcripts or test scores are required for the "special student status" application. Financial aid is not available for this student status.
Get An SPU Application This application is not available online but can be filled out in person at the Admissions Office (Rocket Hall, Suite 1300), or one can be faxed or mailed to you upon request. Call 419.530.8888, or email the UT Undergraduate Office of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GRADUATE You can obtain graduate level credit for this workshop if you hold an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution. You can earn credit toward a graduate degree program at UT even if you are not enrolled at UT in a graduate degree program. Visit the UT College of Graduate Studies web site and apply for a Graduate Non-Degree Application.
DO I STILL NEED TO REGISTER HERE OR JUST THROUGH UT ADMISSIONS? Both! Whether you are applying as an undergraduate, graduate or guest student, we still need to register you here for the workshop. Click the Register Now button on the right and sign up as a student taking the workshop for college credit.
COSTS While the cost of participation in the workshop is waived for students taking the workshop for college credit, you are still responsible for the course pack fee of $5. This must be paid by the first day of the workshop. For details on UT enrollment fees and tuition costs, contact the UT Admissions Office (undergraduate level) or the College of Graduate Studies (graduate level).
An introduction to the highly creative and integrative Orff-Schulwerk process of music and movement education for elementary education teachers and students. Designed for beginners to the Orff-Schulwerk, experienced teachers who hold Orff Levels and want a different perspective are also welcome Led by Orff-Schulwerk specialist and Music Education professor, Dr. Pamela J. Stover.
A hands-on workshop to introduce the Orff-Schulwerk process of music and movement education to undergraduate and graduate music education or elementary education students as well as to practicing music and elementary teachers. Designed for beginners to the Orff-Schulwerk, experienced teachers who hold Orff Levels and want a different perspective are also welcome. We will explore creative paths of learning through speech, movement, drama, and music including recorder and pitched and unpitched percussion (the Orff Instrumentarium). You will learn how to lead your students in simple improvisation and composition activities and collaborative learning. This workshop is designed for those who are new to the Orff Schulwerk, however those holding Orff Levels or Certification are welcome to attend.
Who Should Attend
This workshop is intended for Music Educators, members of Orff-Schulwerk chapters, Music Education majors, classroom teachers.
Monday-Wednesday, July 30 - August 1, 2012, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Registration & Check-in
Payment must be made by the start of the workshop. Register today by clicking the registration link at the bottom of this page. You can also register multiple participants (up to 8) from the same institution at the same time if you so desire. Check-in for the event is Monday, July 30 from 8-9 a.m. in the UT Center for Performing Arts. The CPA is located on main campus at the corner of Towerview and W. Rocket Drive. Use the West Entrance off Secor Road.
During the workshop, parking is provided free of charge. Parking passes at UT are now electronic. Information about your vehicle is provided to campus police and entered into a data base. Once you are in the data base, you do not need to display a parking pass and may park anywhere on campus where students can park. To use UT handicapped parking you must also display the handicapped parking placard. When you register, you will need to provide the following: Make, Model, Year, Color, State, License Plate #, and Indicate if you have a Handicapped placard. Have this infromation handy when you register.
COLLEGE CREDIT INFORMATION
You have the option to take this workshop for college credit. The advantage is it can be applied toward a degree--now or in the future. Details are in the box to your left.
Participant $100 (includes course pack)
College Credit Participant - $5 (covers course pack) The participant fee is waived if you are taking the workshop for college credit. You are responsible for all applicable tuition/fees.
Online payment: Visa, MC, Amex, & Discover or PayPal are accepted.
Checks: Make check payable to UT College of Visual and Performing Arts.
Deadline for Payment: July 30, 2012 (this includes the course pack fee for students taking the workshop for college credit.)
Deadlines for fees for tuition, enrollment: If you are taking the workshop for college credit, follow the applicable enrollment guidelines.
CANCELLATION NOTE: In the unlikely event that enrollment in this workshop does not meet its minimum requirement, it will be cancelled. All monies paid by registered participants will be fully refunded. If a participant chooses to cancel his or her registration prior to the event, they will receive a refund of any money paid. Refunds to those students taking the workshop for college credit will follow University of Toledo admissions policy. Visit UT's Rocket Solutions Central for more information http://www.utoledo.edu/rsc/
We look forward to having YOU join us!