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Composition Curriculum Development and Project Design for Music Teachers
Travis Ramsey, Instructor

2 Graduate Credits or 2 PD/workshop Credits ($900/$750)

January 25 - March 25, 2020

Meeting Times:
● In-person: Saturday, January 25, 2020, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm (location TBA). Snow date: February 1, 2020
● Online: eight weekly assignments including discussion posts, independent projects, and reflections on other participants’ work between January 25 and March 25.
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This course is designed to help music teachers learn how to design composition projects to implement in their own curriculum. Begin by completing instructor-provided composition projects and reflecting upon them. After, discuss the philosophy and process of integrating composition into your school and develop your own individual projects.
Course Objectives:

Objectives:
● To discuss/reflect on composition projects for a variety of grade levels, including topics of prerequisite skills, project length, flexibility and modifications, deliberacy of student work, notation, feedback, publication, and performance.
● To create three composition projects for your own students that are focused on three different age levels, develop students’ skills in specific area(s). are connected to the students’ other studies or interests, can be completed in a relatively short time period.
1 Day Workshop plus 2 Credit Online Graduate Course: $900.00
1 Day Workshop plus Online Course for PD Hours: $750.00
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