Music Education Tech Summit on January 16th via Soundtree Institute
Monday, January 16, 2012
Mark your calendar! The SoundTree Institute will be holding another free METOS event for its members on Monday, January 16, 2012 from 1:00pm – 4:00pm EST. METOS, which stands for the Music Education & Technology Online Summit, is a completely online conference opportunity that has been very successful in the past. New this year is a special edition of METOS – focusing on fostering creativity in the music classroom. Our Keynote Speaker will be Scott Watson, author of Using Technology To Unlock Musical Creativity – a fantastic resource for any music educator looking to get technology into their classrooms to facilitate creative opportunities for their students.
In addition to Mr. Watson, METOS will spotlight the best practices of four exemplary music educators: Amy Burns from Far Hills Country Day School, Barbara Freedman from Greenwich High School, Richard McCready from River Hill High School and Nick Jaworski from the University of Illinois – Champaign-Urbana.
The schedule of events for METOS: Spotlight on Creativity are as follows:
- 1:00 – 2:00 – Keynote Presentation – Using Technology To Unlock Musical Creativity by Scott Watson
- 2:00 – 2:25 – Best Practice: Barbara Freedman
- 2:30 – 2:55 – Best Practice: Nick Jaworski
- 3:00 – 3:25 – Best Practice: Richard McCready
- 3:30 – 3:55 – Best Practice: Amy Burns
- 3:55 – 4:00 – Closing Comments – Jim Frankel, SoundTree Managing Director
To attend METOS: Spotlight on Creativity you must first be a member of the SoundTree Institute. Enrolling is easy, and an annual membership gets you so much more than just this fabulous event. Once you are a member, simply Enroll on theUpcoming Courses page of the Institute. For more information, click here.
We are excited to bring you this event, and hope to see you there. As always, if you have any questions about this or any other aspect of the SoundTree Institute, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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