CSU Music faculty and students will present at 2021 Virtual CMEA Conference

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Christina Herman

The Colorado Music Educators Association clinic conference will take place online for 2021. Information about registering for the annual conference is available at cmeaonline.org.

CSU music education graduate student Christina Herman has been selected to present a session titled: Student Perceptions of Online Peer Learning in Preservice Music Teacher Education: Motivation, Social-Emotional Learning, and Classroom Climate

Session description: Graduate research presentation of findings and implications from a study regarding student experiences and perceptions of an online peer teaching unit in an undergraduate music education course.

Music Education Professor and director of CSU's University Chorus, Dr. Seth Pendergast, will present a session titled: Creative Music-Making with Technology: Any musical style, any Teaching Format, and any Budget

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Seth Pendergast

Session description: This year, many music teachers are exploring distance music learning, creative musical projects, and cloud-based solutions for facilitating student collaboration. However, some music teachers remain unfamiliar with creative pedagogy and cost-effective technology for creative musical projects. In this session, we will explore (a) web-based tools for music composition, (b) pedagogy for teaching music composition with online tools, and (c) student collaboration via web-based platforms. The pedagogy discussion will address practical project ideas and basic frameworks for designing your own creative projects. We will discuss how to structure creative projects for a variety of musical styles and formats. The technology portion will address free/affordable web-based platforms for home, school and multiple devices. Finally, we will review practical resources for extra projects and information.