Eurhythmics for the School Music Classroom

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This summer, Colorado State University will hold its 3-credit graduate-level course, “MU 524 Eurhythmics for the School Music Classroom,” virtually from June 16-25, 2021. Non-credit instruction will also be available. Learn how to captivate your students, and apply Eurhythmics principles to create effective, age-appropriate lesson activities for immediate use. You will strengthen your own creativity, musicianship, and ear while learning ways to make the most of space constraints, curricular alignment, differentiated instruction, and assessment. You will also learn ways to clearly communicate benefits of incorporating Eurhythmics within your curriculum, as well as strategies for advocating for your students and program. The course will be co-taught by AES Master Teaching Artists, Mr. Fritz Anders and Dr. Jacobi, and follows the AES curriculum for those who’d like to pursue their Eurhythmics Certificate. Registration information will be available in late March at: https://www.online.colostate.edu/courses/MU/MU524.dot

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Date

Jun 16 - 25 2021

Time

No instruction on 6/19 - 6/20
8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Location

Virtual
Dr. Bonnie Jacobi

Organizer

Dr. Bonnie Jacobi

Other Organizers

Fritz Anders
Fritz Anders

Speakers

  • Dr. Bonnie Jacobi
    Dr. Bonnie Jacobi
    Coordinator of music education and the Director of the Colorado Kodály Institute.

    Associate Professor of Music Dr. Bonnie Jacobi was recently invited to join the editorial board of the Journal of Historical Research in Music Education (JHRME). Founded in 1980, the Journal is an international, peer-reviewed music education journal published through SAGE Publications and housed within the National Association for Music Education (NAfME).

    According to the publication’s website, the JHRME is the “only music education journal whose topics focus solely on the diverse international history of music education including biographical, methodological, sociological, historiographical and qualitative studies of music teaching and learning.”

    Dr. Jacobi has been published in the Journal, including her paper, “Music in Higher Education for Females in Nineteenth-Century America.” 46 (2001)

    At Colorado State University, Dr. Jacobi serves as the coordinator of music education and the director of the Colorado Kodály Institute.

  • Fritz Anders
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