Graduate Music Education


Distance Learning:

Each semester, fall and spring, a graduate music education course is offered with a variety of sites working as one classroom through live, interactive video-conferencing technology. Students are able to make presentations, discuss, and work as one group with sight and sound in tact. The sites typically used are the KU campus, Leavenworth Middle School, Garden City Community College, Pratt Community College, and the Edwards campus. Other sites are available with sufficient time for arrangements. Or availability can occur from virtually any computer anywhere. Please contact me for more information.

Courses:

There are four graduate music education courses that are offered over a two-year period through the distance sites.

Calendar of Course Offerings:

Fall 2010: Practical Applications in Advanced Methodology in the Music Classroom, MEMT 823
Spring 2011: Leadership and Program Development in Music Education, MEMT 830
Fall 2011: Curriculum Development in Music Education, MEMT 845
Spring 2012: Current Trends in Music Education, MEMT 816

Music Education & Music Therapy
Distance Classes
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Curriculum Development in Music Education - Music Education and Music Therapy at The University of Kansas
Dr. Debra Hedden - dhedden@ku.edu +1 785 864 9638


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