Last week, I had the opportunity to attend the TI:ME National Conference in Louisville, Kentucky as a part of the first-ever TI:ME Leadership Academy. I was chosen as one of eight music education students to participate in this academy, and was blown away by the incredible ideas and conversations generated by participants and instructors alike.
After a 6.5 hour drive with Dr. Joseph Pisano, I am finally here! This year, the TI:ME (Technology Institute for Music Educators) Conference, held in conjunction with JEN (Jazz Education Network) is taking place in Louisville, Kentucky.
TI:ME Leadership Academy
I have the privilege to attend the conference as a part of the TI:ME Leadership Academy. I am very excited to be participating in this way, and look forward to collaborating and working with the other participants of this academy. The participants all look to be very qualified, which should make for some really interesting discussion. Stay tuned, as I will be sharing my thoughts and lessons right here on MusicEdMajor.Net!
If you are attending this conference, I would love to meet up with you! Send me a Tweet @andrewritenour, or email firstname.lastname@example.org!
I am very excited to be traveling to Cincinnati, OH tomorrow morning to attend my first TI:ME (Technology for Music Educators) Conference! Alongside meeting many colleagues with whom I have collaborated, I will also be making my national presenting debut during the conference. I have set up a special TI:ME 2011 Landing Page for the conference with tons of information, but here’s the readers’ digest version: [Read more...]
It has been a busy week, but the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic is over, and I’m finished with all the wrap-up posts on the conference here at MusicEdMajor.net! I wanted to take this time to do a quick recap of the week of Midwest, highlighting some of the good times and blog posts along the way! For a full live recap of Midwest, visit the Midwest Clinic 2010 Landing Page, which will let you replay the live-blog I did throughout the week. Here are some of the great experiences I had this week: [Read more...]
While at the 2010 Midwest Clinic, I had the opportunity to talk to Peter Boonshaft and the folks at Alfred about their new beginning instrumental method book series, Sound Innovations. I did a full-length interview with Dr. Boonshaft about the project, and after almost a week of learning about and studying the method, here is my review. [Read more...]