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Providing Professional Development for Music Educators with online courses. district specific workshops, and week-long summer courses.


March 27 - May 5, 2017 - online

  • New Standards Part II
  • Music Composition Techniques and Teaching Methods

Opus 32 for students grades 2-12. Works-in-project must be posted to online mentoring by early February. Live Performance Monday, May 15, 2017.

July 17 - 21, 2017 - location Lyndon State College

3 graduate credits or workshop credits only

  • First Steps with Betsy Green
  • Summer Institute - Music and Technology

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Sandi MacLeod

Spring 2017 New 2014 Music Standards: Further Implementation (MUS 5710)

Online Professional Development through Music-COMP, a recognized professional development provider in collaboration with Castleton University for graduate credits.

Cost: Each course is available for 15 hours workshop credit only ($299 each) or for one graduate credit ($419 each). Take one course or more during the winter/spring 2017 session. Each course content includes: Research and best practice on the topic, online posts and discussion with classmates, dcument planning and implementation into your own music classroom.

New 2014 Music Standards: Further Implementation       
MUS 5710 - Begins March 27, 2017 - May 5, 2017

Instructor: Sandi MacLeod, Ed. D.

In section one, participants explored the historical underpinnings and compared the new standards to prior standards and state documents. This course will explore additional 2014 Music Standards documents to support implementation into their own curriculum including Knowledge, Skills and Dispositions and a focus on the Model Cornerstone Assessments. Participants will develop an implementation rationale, time line, and subsequent learning project with students to utilize the 2014 Music Standards within the participant’s music program. Discussion will explore challenges and solutions from participants regarding implementation of these 2014 Music Standards.

This course requires 2.5 hours participation per week for six weeks to complete successfully.

No in-person meetings, no specific dates or times to meet, except 2 Skype sessions TBA. Assignments are due on a weekly basis. Work to your schedule throughout the six weeks of your course.  

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