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Music Education Workshops

Summer 2017

This year’s music education summer courses include the following topics:

Orff Schulwerk Level 1 & 2 Certification


Paul Hallsted, Karen Benson, Joshua Block, Luis Delgado, Robin Giebelhausen

June 5-16 • MTWRF 8:30-4:30

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This course focuses on training music teachers to implement the creative music and movement approach developed by Carl Orff. The Orff approach uses instruments such as xylophone to improvise and compose music. Training includes recorder and movement classes.

Level I is open to undergraduate music education majors and certified music teachers. Teachers who are not certified in music should contact Robin Giebelhausen about enrollment.

Students who enroll in level II courses must have successfully completed level I course work and should also have completed a year of music teaching following level I course work.

Instructors:
Paul Hallsted (Level I), Karen Benson (Level II), Luis Delgado (Recorder), & Joshua Block (Movement). 
Coordinator:
Robin Giebelhausen

Participants not desiring university credit pay a workshop fee only:
Before April 15: $550
April 16-May 16: $600
After May 17: $650

Up to three hours of university credit can be earned. A $548 workshop in addition to tuition. There will be approximately $100 in required materials for the course. For further information contact Robin Giebelhausen at rgiebes@unm.edu.

Comprehensive Musicianship through performance (CMP)

Chris Gleason, Margaret Jenks, Randy Swiggum, Ruth Striegel, & Art Sheinberg
June 12-15 • MTWR 8:30am-5:00pm

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For 40 years, the CMP Model has been helping K-12 band, choir, orchestra, and general music teachers engage all students in rich musical experiences that go beyond simply teaching skills and technique.  This profound yet intuitive model addresses many current music education initiatives.  Inspiring and practical—come be reminded why you love teaching music! Intended for Band, Choir, Orchestra, and General Music Teachers, K-12.
 
Instructors:
Chris Gleason, Margaret Jenks, & Randy Swiggum.
Coordinators:
Ruth Striegel & Art Sheinberg
 
Participants not desiring university credit pay a workshop fee only:
Before April 15: $300
April 16-May 16: $325
After May 17: $350

Up to two hours of university credit can be earned. A $300 workshop fee is in addition to tuition. For further information contact Art Sheinberg at ashein@unm.edu.

Kodaly Institute, Levels 1 & 2

Shelly Cooper, Regina Carlow, Juan Hernandez, & Penny Voss
June 19-30 • MTWRF 8:30am-5:00pm

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The UNM Kodály Institute aims to nurture and celebrate the gifts and strengths of each participant. Coursework includes study of philosophy, pedagogy and musicianship championed by noted Hungarian composer, teacher and philosopher Zoltan Kodály.

Level I is open to undergraduate music education majors and certified music teachers. Teachers who are not certified in music should contact Regina Carlow about enrollment.

Students who enroll in level II courses must have successfully completed level I course work and should also have completed a year of music teaching following level I course work.

Instructors:
Shelly Cooper (Pedagogy), Regina Carlow (Solfa), Juan Hernandez (Conducting/Choir), & Penny Voss (Choral Topics).
Coordinator:
Regina Carlow

Participants not desiring university credit pay a workshop fee only:
Before April 15: $550
April 16-May 16: $600
After May 17: $650

Up to three hours of university credit can be earned. A $548 workshop fee is in addition to tuition. There will be approximately $100 in required materials for the course. For further information contact Regina Carlow at rcarlow@unm.edu.

Non-Credit registration is now open!

To find out more information about summer music education workshops at UNM, or to be added to our music education summer workshop email list, please submit your name, email, and course that you are interested in attending.

NON-CREDIT:
If you do not want university credit, pay the workshop fee at the University of New Mexico Marketplace: https://secure.touchnet.com/C21597_ustores/web/ Click on Music Department and follow the links.

CREDIT:
To register for university credit and pay tuition and fees use LoboWeb: my.unm.edu. If you are not currently a UNM student, first complete the non-degree admission process at unm.edu/apply.

Summer tuition at UNM will be approximately $310 per semester hour (tuition amounts are established by the New Mexico Legislature and are not known until later in the spring). An additional course fee will be charged alongside tuition approximately equal to the non-credit workshop fee.

REFUND POLICY:
For non-credit students, all fees can be refunded minus a $50 deposit until 2 weeks before the workshop. 2 weeks prior, you can receive a 75% refund; 1 week prior, 50% refund. Once the workshop begins, no refund is available.

For credit students, tuition and fees can be refunded until the day before the semester begins (June 6). For more details: http://online.unm.edu/student/refund.html.

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