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Friday, February 18 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Music Matters - Advocacy for Music Education in Our Schools

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Anyone who teaches music knows how powerful music education can be to our students. However, when difficult decisions within schools need to be made, it can be hard to prove to others the value that music holds in the education system, even though we inherently know this value. This session will share with you the latest research on music education through the lenses of cognitive development, social emotional learning, and mental health. We will be sharing with everyone the key points and amazing results of current research in an easy-to-digest format so that you will be prepared to educate the people around you about the importance of music education for all students, and how it should be implemented for use as a cognitive, emotional, and social intervention within schools.
Target audience: Music teachers K-12

Join the session: https://sd23.zoom.us/j/61632211220


Speakers
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Kimberly Gorman and Carmen McDowell

SD23 teachers and presenters, SD23
Kimberly and Carmen are currently doing their Masters in Music Curriculum through the University of Acadia. In addition to focusing on improving their teaching methods and developing spiral curriculums for music at the middle school level, they are also continuing their research into... Read More →


Friday February 18, 2022 10:30am - 12:00pm PST