December 18-19, 2020

Innovation. Connectivity. Empowerment.

Connectivity is the best thing to come out of technology. Learn new ways to connect with your students, parents, 

and colleagues by implementing technology into your curriculum, music-making, and communications.


Track 2: Connectivity

This track is for educators looking to innovate instruction in private lessons, small group instruction, and full-sized classes. New instructional practices, or new variations on old techniques, all scaled for music educators regardless of group size. 

Track 1: Innovation

 Get the tools you need to empower learners and yourself on another level. From the Social Emotional Learning curriculum to Trauma-Informed teaching you can effectively teach any student no matter the obstacle. This track also includes sessions meant for YOU. Learn ways that you can set boundaries, stay organized, and take a breath! 

Track 3: Empowerment

Tune into the future of music education:

SPEAKERS

Learn from Leaders.

Leila Viss

Teacher, Author, Speaker

Synchronize Strategy, Founder

Presenting: Innovation Required - Teaching Through COVID and Beyond

Presenting: Blooming within Boundaries: A Recipe for Budding Composers

Lee Whitmore

Presenting: What Students Really Learn When They go to Music School

Mike Grande

Rock Out Loud Live, Founder

Full speaker lineup coming soon!

Presenting: Building the Dyslexic Brain with Music

Ms. Becki Laurent

The Music Studio, Director

Presenting: What I've learned from 200+ podcast interviews and counting... 

Tim Topham

Top Music Co. Founder

 Presenting: Tips & Tools To Boost Sight Reading When Time Is Limited

Grace H. Lee

Note Quest, Founder

Presenting: Get Back Your Time - Time Management Tips to Avoid Burnout

  

Carly Walton

Teach Music Online, Founder

Presenting: I Love my Job 

but it's Killing Me

Lesley Moffat

Author, Band Director

Presenting: Redesigning Music Advocacy

Stacey Swanson

Music Education Advocate

Presenting: Growing Up Gritty: How to Sharpen Students’ Stick-to-it-ive-ness 

Nicola Cantan

 Piano teacher, Author, Blogger 

Presenting: Why We Should Break the Cycle of Eurocentric Music Approaches

Darlene Machacon

SEL Music Educator

Presenting: Trauma-Informed Pedagogy: The Power to Transform

Dr. Gloria Tham-Haines

Professor, Music Educator

Panel Discussion: Partnering DIY Platforms and Traditional Lessons 

Dr. Gail Fischler

 Piano teacher, Author, Blogger 

Presenting: Adapting Music Camp Online: Educate, Engage, Enrich

Jennifer Foxx

Presenting: Music Pedagogy in the Age of Neuroscience 

Mike Pope

Bassist, Composer, Educator

 Piano Studio Owner, Blogger 

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