Resonate 2016 Conference
The MSIC is pleased to be offering a wide variety of sessions for Resonate 2016. The sessions include presenters from across the county covering a wide variety of music education areas. This list will be updated as presenters are added and a final schedule will be posted early September for session registration.



2016 Conference Presenters
Nicholle Andrews – Choral
Brad Andrews – Sound Systems
Carole Bestvater – Upper Strings
Greg Bruce – Jazz Ensemble
Karen Bulmer - Low Brass, Mindfulness
Christine Carter - Single Reeds, Mindset & Motivation
Michelle Cheramy – Flute
Sarah Comerford & Lisa Gilliam – Creating Video teaching aids
Nathan Cook – Cello
Rodney de Vries – String Repair & Maintenance
Mary Kennedy – Canadian Music in the Classroom
Alan Klaus – High Brass
Jennifer Nakashima – Google Classroom
Gena Norbury – Orff
Susanne O’Keefe & Yvonne Milley – iBooks
Valerie Peters – Improvisation
Sylvie Proulx – Guitar
Andrea Rose – The Power of Music
Gabriela Sanchez & Jennifer Johnson – Body Mapping
Caroline Schiller – The Voice & How to Use It
Rose Suter & Angela Warren – Orff
Karen Tole-Henderson – Orff Improvisation
Dorothy Vaandering – Restorative Justice
Donalda Westcott – Music Education Apps
Marguerite Wilder - Band
Announcements

Songwriting PD with Tim Baker

Don't forget to check out our Songwriting PD featuring Tim Baker of Hey Rosetta!  It's an awesome PD that you don't want to miss!

 

Posted By: Deanna Higdon on June 15, 2016, 10:37 am


Call for Presenters

Resonate 2016 – Call for Presenters

 The Newfoundland and Labrador Music Special Interest Council invites music educators, music researchers and graduate students in music and/or education to submit a proposal for workshop presentation at the Resonate 2016 Conference, October 14-16, 2016 in St. John’s.

 Sessions run 45-60 minutes long and possible areas include but are not limited to band, choir, strings, Orff, Social Justice in the music classroom, Community music, Technology in Music, Differentiated Instruction, Student Growth and Motivation and Panel Discussions.

 We invite all interested educators to complete the application. We will be looking for presenters covering a wide range of topics and expertise, especially topics expressed as areas of interest by our membership.

Application Deadline: March 1st, 2016

 The Newfoundland and Labrador Music Special Interest Council is a professional learning community serving music teachers throughout Newfoundland and Labrador, under the Professional Development Division of the Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers’ Association, and is an affiliate of the Canadian Music Educators’ Association.

Application

 

Posted By: Deanna Higdon on December 13, 2015, 9:17 am


Travel Grant

Below on the homepage you will see a link to apply for a travel grant.  If you are interested in taking advantage of this opportunity, please fill out the application below.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the MSIC.

Posted By: Deanna Higdon on December 13, 2015, 8:19 am


Welcome!!

Welcome to our new website!  We are so excited to have this new space to share resources, chat on the forum, and link to our Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook accounts.  This site will also allow members to update and renew their memberships with the MSIC quickly and easily.  Please explore the site, register, and give us your feedback! 

Thanks and best of luck as we enter the busy holiday season! :)

Deanna

Posted By: Deanna Higdon on December 6, 2015, 12:11 pm

Membership

Your continued membership is very important to us! You may not be aware that funding for councils from the NLTA is based directly on paid membership. Note also that your membership fees are completely deductible for income tax purposes (see Union and Professional Dues). Please support your council by renewing your membership as soon as possible.

Click here to join or renew your membership.
MSIC Professional Development Travel Fund

The MSIC Professional Development Travel fund is to assist members who are travelling to conferences and/or professional development opportunities over 250km from their residence. This grant can be combined with other travel grants such as those from the NLTA.

To be eligible for funding applicants must be an active member of the NLTA MSIC. All projects must focus on the professional development of educators.

For more information and to apply, please login by clicking here or if you are not a member, please click here to register. Once you are an active member, an apply button will become available to you.

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