Updated: Feb 2
During a time when virtual and hybrid learning is a reality for many schools and districts, creative expression through music and virtual connections can play a vital role in supporting a child’s social-emotional well-being and help to maintain a strong sense of community.
In partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Second Education, BMP Executive Director Christopher Schroeder will lead the first of four sessions on blending technology and creative expression in the virtual classroom. In this first 90-minute interactive session, music educators, classroom teachers, and curriculum designers will gain new tools and tips for building an engaging virtual classroom that strengthens social connections between students and unleashes their creative expression. Participants will take part in activities that demystify the music-making process, gain new ideas for integrating academic and arts curriculum, and work with various free/low-cost music technology resources that teachers and students alike can begin using right away. Participants are encouraged to attend this virtual session on laptops/desktops computers and be ready to make music together!
Click here to register! Please note, the deadline to register is February 8, 2021.
Zoom login will be sent two days prior to all registered participants.