CSU Offers Continuing Education Credit at CMEA

2022 CMEA Continuing Education Credit Details

As a unique benefit to those attending the annual Colorado Music Educators Association conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado State University will once again offer Continuing Education Unit Credit during the 2022 event being held at the Broadmoor Jan. 26-29, 2022. The credit can be used for re-licensure, and salary step increment.

CSU representatives will available for assistance at the conference on Wednesday, Jan. 26 (evening); Thursday, Jan. 27 (all day); Friday, Jan. 28 (morning). Please visit our table in the CMEA main registration area.

2022 Cost/Registration:

  • $115: 1-credit hour (attendance/reflections on 13 units of CMEA sessions)
  • $230: 2-credit hours (attendance/reflections on 26 units of CMEA sessions)
  • Registration deadline: February 15, 2022

2022 Assignment

  • Your summary and reflections about each unit (approx. an hour of instruction) can be submitted electronically through email or via Canvas, CSU's online course portal.
  • The online assignment allows for attending 13/26 sessions, including workshops, concerts, masterclasses, lectures, and all professional organization meetings.
  • Each reflection should be a brief, one-two paragraph reflection summarizing content and applicability to your work as a music educator.
  • Reflections must be submitted to Adam.Torres@colostate.edu by Feb. 20, 2022
  • The assignment is available here (PDF)
  • MU 590D Course Syllabus is available here (PDF)

2022 Grades

  • Grades will be assessed and posted as Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory. If your work submitted merits an Unsatisfactory assessment, the instructor will reach out with specific feedback and give you an opportunity to reach Satisfactory status by Feb. 27, 2022.

A Message from the Instructor

On behalf of the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance at Colorado State University, I hope this message finds you and your loved ones safe and healthy during this challenging time.

Thank you for all of the work you have done to keep the foundation of music education in tact during the pandemic. You have embraced this daunting task and risen to the challenge, and I could not imagine the state of music education without your collective work and sacrifice of time and routine.

I am excited to see you in person at the annual CMEA conference in 2022. CSU will once again offer continuing education credits for you. As you know, this is a great (and relatively inexpensive) course to use for moving up the pay scale ladder or towards recertification hours.

Like last year, CSU Online will make absolutely no exceptions for late registrations. My advice is to register well in advance so that we can troubleshoot any issues prior to the hard registration deadline of Feb. 15, 2022.

Please contact me with any specific questions regarding this year’s CMEA continuing education credits through CSU. Again, thank you for everything you have done to keep music alive in the hearts and minds of a future generation of leaders, artists, and music patrons. Be safe, be well.

—Adam Torres
adam.torres@colostate.edu

Contact

Adam A Torres

Senior Instructor of Music

Adam.Torres@colostate.edu