Saturday, January 29, 2022
12:30 pm ET
Via Zoom

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Have the events of the last two years made you re-evaluate your idea of what a music program can (and should) be? 

Have you discovered new ways of teaching music and engaging with students?

Between adapting a traditional instrumental or vocal program for online instruction, integrating new technology into music classes, or exploring unconventional approaches to music education, the last two years have highlighted the creativity of music teachers and their ability to think outside of the box.

At the same time, the necessary discussions about equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility in education have led music teachers to reflect on their own teaching practices, and reimagine their music programs. 

This workshop is a chance for pre-service and early career music teachers to discuss some of the big issues confronting them, and to learn from each other through the sharing of experiences, ideas, and resources. 

Discussion topics include:

  • Culturally Responsive and Relevant Pedagogy (CRRP)
  • Social justice and music education
  • Music education in the Covid-19 era
  • Technology
  • Creativity

Registration is FREE and participants will receive a detailed resources document following the workshop.

ABOUT YOUTH4MUSIC

Youth4Music is a program dedicated to Canadian youth inspiring and building community through music. Through the creation of regional, provincial, and national teams, youth leaders are empowered to collaborate in the development of projects that raise the awareness of the benefits of music in our lives. Youth4Music is a program of the Coalition for Music Education in Canada. Led by youth, for youth, through music.

ABOUT THE COALITION FOR MUSIC EDUCATION

Youth4Music is a program of The Coalition for Music Education, an organization made up of parents, students, educators, and business people from varying walks of life who support school music programs and highlight the importance of music education for all young people in Canada. More info: www.coalitioncanada.ca