|Course Number:||MUS 5710 CFS3|
|Instructor:||Matt LaRocca DMA & James Frankel Ed|
|Location:||Lyndon State College, Lyndonville, VT|
|Dates and Times:||July 17 - July 21, 2017, 8:30 am - 5 pm|
|Tuition:||$1,329 for three graduate credits; $200 additional for housing Sunday - Thursday and breakfast/lunch/dinner|
Note: Please register directly with Music-COMP. Music-COMP will then give you the link to Castleton's online registration form.
This week-long institute offers a variety of workshops highlighting current technology tools to enhance teaching and learning. Throughout the week, select from at least two different topics centered around technology in elementary, middle level, and high school. Topics include: digital audio recording, composition strategies with both notation and sequencing programs, video for music classrooms, assessment, and more. All tools and apps are low cost or free. Register now to probe new topics and develop projects for your teaching and student learning.
No prerequisites although you must supply your own laptop for the week.
Each strand in the summer institute is designed as a hands-on learning experience supported by direct instruction, instructor coaching, and peer review and feedback. The entire group will come together for a one-hour session each afternoon that will focus on the new National Core Music Standards. Through the assigned readings and class discussion, participants will explore their own school curriculum and projects within the Summer Institute courses. Participants will identify where music and technology applications will enhance their respective curricula for Creating, Performing, and Responding as articulated in the NCAS document.
This Music and Multimedia Technology Summer Institute is offered in collaboration with Castleton University and the Center for Schools.
• Explore new technologies for music education to improve their own content knowledge and skills in this growing content area in music education.
• Examine assessment and instruction through various cloud computing programs to utilize in their own classrooms.
• Develop music and technology projects to use with students.
• Become familiar with the new National Core Arts Standards and develop plans for implementation within their own curriculum.