2014 Fall Workshop Series

KMI 505 / 1 Graduate Credit  *
Instructors: Martha S. Holmes
Clinicians: Dr. Mary Ellen Junda, Dr. Mary A. Epstein, Martha Holmes, Betty Hillmon, Jeffrey Rhone
Dates: September 20, 2014; October 25, 2014; January 10, 2015
Place: Boston University, College of Fine Arts Building, 855 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215
Time: 9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.

* No Pre-requisite.

Graduate Credit Workshop Rate: $350

AMC Registration Fee: $40

Course Description
100% attendance and participation in all three workshops is mandatory for earning a graduate credit. Furthermore, students will submit a written reflection paper to the instructor no later than two weeks following each workshop and according to specific guidelines set by the instructor.
This Workshop series is a great way to network in the field with other music educators and earn professional development points toward recertification or licensure too. No matter if you are a college student, a novice teacher or a veteran music teacher, these workshops will electrify your teaching. The series is presented as a joint collaboration between the Kodály Music Institute (Dr. Mary A Epstein & Jonathan Rappaport, Directors) and the Boston Area Kodály Educator (Martha Holmes, President).

Register & Pay Boston Area Kodály Educators to attend the 2014 Fall Workshop Series
All students need to register separately and pay for attending the Boston Area Kodály Educators (B.A.K.E.) workshops by going to www.bostonareakodaly.org

Register & Pay Anna Maria College to earn a Graduate Credit for attending the 2014 Fall Workshop Series
In addition to paying the registration fees to Boston Area Kodály Educators, students looking to receive graduate credits from Anna Maria College for attending this professional development workshop series should submit the online registration form.

Note: After submitting the online registration form, Anna Maria College's Registrar Office will contact you regarding a payment of  $390 total in tuition and fees ($350 tuition and $40 registration fee) that will be due.

If you have any questions about earning Graduate Credits for this workshop series, please contact John Delaney at jdelaney@annamaria.edu or Megan Ankuda, President of B.A.K.E. at megan.ankuda@gmail.com

Workshop Clinicians:  
Saturday, September 20, 2014
Clinician: Dr. Mary Ellen Junda
Topic: Upper Elementary/Middle School Choral Strategies
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Clinicians: Dr. Mary Epstein, Betty Hillmon, Martha Holmes
Topic: A Journey Through African-American Music, Jewish/Israeli Songs, and the context in which Americans first brought the Kodály Philosophy from behind the Iron Curtain
Saturday, January 10, 2015
Clinician: Jeffrey A. Rhone
Topic: Hidden and Lost Meaning in Children's Folksong