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Warren Music Center- Room 122, APU

Workshop 1: Teaching Music to Students with Differences and Disabiliites

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Workshop 1: Teaching Music to Students with Differences and Disabiliites
Workshop 1: Teaching Music to Students with Differences and Disabiliites

Time & Location

Sep 23, 2023, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM PDT

Warren Music Center- Room 122, APU, 901 E Alosta Ave, Azusa, CA 91702, USA

About The Event

Workshop #1: Teaching Music to Students with Differences and Disabilities

Clinician: Dr. Alice M. Hammel

Saturday, September 23, 2023

Registration: 9:00-9:25am 

Workshop: 9:30am-3:00pm

In person OR online (Zoom)

About the workshop:

This workshop will focus on ways we can meaningfully include students who learn differently in our music classrooms and ensembles. We will focus on cognition, communication, and socialization needs as we explore ideas for creating experiences that allow all students to achieve meaningful and achievable objectives each day. This active day will include active experiences to illustrate concepts and time to answer your specific questions.

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About the Clinician:

Dr. Alice Hammel, Virginia Music Educator Association Outstanding Educator (2018) and current President of the Virginia Music Educators Association, is a widely known music educator, author, and clinician whose experience in music is extraordinarily diverse. She is a member of the faculty of James Madison University, and has many years of experience teaching instrumental and choral music in public and private schools. Dr. Hammel has put these varied experiences to great use while compiling a large body of scholarly work. She is a co-author for four texts: Teaching Music to Students with Differences and Disabilities: A Label-free Approach, Teaching Music to Students with Autism, Winding It Back: Teaching to Individual Differences in Music Classroom and Ensemble Settings, and Teaching Music to Students with Differences and Disabilities: A Practical Resource. Dr. Hammel is Past-President of the Council for Exceptional Children – Division for Visual and Performing Arts Education and was recently awarded their Past President Award for Excellence.

Location

Azusa Pacific University

Warren Music Center- Room 122

Parking:

You may park in Lot C, right next to Warren Music Center. Map: https://bit.ly/3zYpN3I 

Pricing:

$30 KASC Members/$40 Non-Members (Members will get a coupon code for $10 off!)

**If you would like to purchase lunch ahead of time, please follow this link: https://forms.gle/bQ2Ame3dVbfmg4si9

Cost: $17; KASC will provide water. Please bring cash to the workshop if you place a lunch order. Thank you!

FREE Full-time students:

If you are a full-time student and want to attend our workshop for free, then become a FREE member of OAKE with KASC as your chapter! Be sure to select "full-time student" as your membership type.

https://www.oake.org/become-a-member/

(Current student members will receive a coupon code for free admission via email. If you become a full-time student and haven't received the coupon code, email us at kascmail@gmail.com and we will provide it!)

*NOTE* The email containing the Zoom Link will be sent to you on Friday, September 22nd at 9:30am.  Our email automations are sent from "notifications@wixevents.com" and the subject will be "Workshop #1 Tomorrow! (Zoom link included)". Please check your junk mail if it seems you did not receive this email! You may register all the way up until 9:30am on the day of the event.

Tickets

  • Workshop #1: In Person

    9/23/23; registration 9:00 am, workshop 9:30 am.

    $40.00
  • Workshop #1: Zoom access

    9/23/23; registration 9:00 am, workshop 9:30 am. (MUST ATTEND EVENT LIVE DURING WORKSHOP HOURS. There will be no recording available.)

    $40.00

Total

$0.00

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