TI:ME Mike Kovins Teacher of the Year Award 2017
The Technology for Music Education (TI:ME) recognizes an outstanding music teacher who successfully integrates technology into the music classroom at the TMEA/TI:ME Southern Regional Pre-Conference Day. This will be held in San Antonio, TX, on Wednesday, February 14, 2018.
First and last name
1. Applicants must have a minimum of three years of professional teaching experience and/or research in music technology and must currently be teaching PreK-12 students, at the college/university level, or adults.
2. Applicants must be TI:ME members for at least two years and in good standing.
3. Members of the TI:ME Advisory Board, Board of Directors, and previous recipients are not eligible.
4. If you were nominated the previous year and did not receive the award, your application is automatically resubmitted for this year.
1. Both the Nominee and the Nominator must be members of TI:ME.
2. The Nominee must be a member of TI:ME in good standing for at least two years.
3. Application, including all supportive materials, are due January 1, 2018. They can be submitted as hard copies or electronically.
4. The decision will be made by the TI: ME Award Review Committee and will be announced around January 8.
1. Vita of Nominee.
2. Narrative of the Nominee's accomplishments.
3. Supporting written or scanned documents from students, parents, colleagues, supervisor, etc.
4. Video or teaching portfolio demonstrating excellence in music technology.
5. Copy of the teaching schedule of Nominee.
6. Nomination materials submitted no later than January 1,2018.
The Nominee will have demonstrated outstanding abilities in at least three (3) of the following areas:
1. Development and use of technology with music students creatively and effectively.
2. Demonstrating the use of technology that enhances the national and/or state standards.
3. Utilizing current research in music technology effectively.
4. Demonstrating research of significant importance to the field of music education and technology.
5, Developing music technology performance ensembles that exhibit a high degree of excellence.
6. Demonstrating exemplary training of teachers in the field of music education and technology.
7. Publishing articles, books, CD-ROMS, and related materials that are of significance in the field of music education and technology.
8. Demonstrating leadership and creativity in the field of music education technology and being active in professional organizations, e.g., presenting at conferences, workshops, webinars, etc.
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