WMEA/VITERBO UNIVERSITY GRADUATE CREDIT VALIDATION FORM This form will document your attendance at the 2014 Wisconsin State Music Conference to receive one (1) graduate credit through Viterbo University. Please indicate and report on your attendance at the various events of the conference. The form is divided into sections based on performances, workshops, and other sessions for each day. There is also a section to record your impressions of the exhibits, as well as any other events you attend while at the conference. You do not need to complete every section, but the sections you complete must reflect attendance at two full days or equivalent of conference activities. Please note that Wednesday, Saturday, and evening sessions, including the WSMA Honors concerts, can all be included in your session attendance. Please address the following in each of your responses: • Describe the ways in which you will apply what you have learned during the conference. How will it affect the way you do things? • How will this conference help you to reflect on your own practice? • How will it help you to assist students and parents in your district? • Feel free to attach additional pages if necessary to elaborate on any of your responses or to provide more information. All forms are due by November 14, 2014 to receive credit. You are encouraged to complete this form during the conference if possible. Forms may be turned in at the Conference Headquarters on the main floor of the Monona Terrace before 4pm on Friday, and also at the ticket sales table at the Middle Level Honors concert on Saturday. If you are unable to complete and return this form before you leave the conference, please mail it by November 14 to: Tim Schaid, Executive Director, Wisconsin Center for Music Education, 1005 Quinn Drive, Waunakee, WI 53597. Grades will be issued within 4-6 weeks, and after that time you may request a transcript. Transcript request forms are available on our website: http://www.viterbo.edu/administration_and_services/registrar/Transcript_Requests_and_Enrollme nt_Verifications.aspx If you have any questions regarding the completion of this form, please feel free to contact Mary Elsner at 800-589-9762 or [email protected] Thank you for choosing to receive credit for the 2013 Wisconsin State Music Conference! Tim Schaid, Executive Director Wisconsin Center for Music Education 1005 Quinn Drive Waunakee, WI 53597 608-850-3566 Please save this top sheet for your records. You may submit the rest of the form to Conference Headquarters on Friday, ML Honors on Saturday, or mail to Tim Schaid at the address above. Thank you! Name Conference Sessions and Performances Please note that session times are subject to change. If you attended a session that is not listed or is listed at a different time, please include it under “Other” at the bottom of the list. Performances are listed in a separate section for each day. Wisconsin Teaching Standards (PI 34.02) and Wisconsin Music Standards (Model Academic Standards for Music) addressed in each session are indicated in the conference program. Please see box on final page for standards descriptions. Thursday, October 30, 2014 – Morning Sessions I attended the following sessions on Thursday morning: 8:00 am - 9:15 am q Academic Service Learning Collaborations Between Higher Education and Pre K-12 Schools for Mutually Beneficial Teaching and Learning – Lois Guderian q Boomwhackers – The Big Band for the Baby Budget – Jim Tinter q Choir Networking Session – Marcia Russell q Complete Musicians Without Compromise, Pt. 2 – Lyda Osinga q EdTPA in Music Teacher Education – Interpreting the Rubrics – Rick Townsend q Hands On Percussive Training, Pt. 2 – Tobie Wilkinson q Health, Creativity and Sustainability for the Music Teacher – Stephen Sieck q Integrating Composition and Improvisation into Band and Orchestra – Brad Carman q Now We Need to Teach Math? – Margaret Jenks q Orchestra Networking – Cynthia Kiepert q Teacher Evaluation, Communication: The Danielson Framework and CMP – Chris Gleason q Technology and the Quaver 6-8 Curriculum – Graham Hepburn q Thirve, Don’t Just Survive in Your First Five Years of Teaching – Julie Brown q Other: ___________________________________________________ 10:00 am - 11:15 am q CMP and the Beginning Musician – Patty Schlafer q Do Recorders & Technology Play Well in the Classroom? –Graham Hepburn q Financial Planning for the Band Director – Michael Kamphius q General Music Jazz Improvisation-Beyond Pentatonic – Jim Tinter q Grant Writing 101 – Anne Pryor q I Hate Mallets! Engaging Percussionists with Mallet Instruments – Erik Holmes q Jazz Literature for Today’s Jazz Ensembles – Chris Behrens q Making a Living as a Freelance Educator – Brad Carman q Making Your Minutes Count in Rehearsal – Andrew Last q Research Poster Session – Lois Veenhoven Guderian & Carrie Gray q SLO Writing Workshop – Day 1 – Bob Berndt & Marcie Peters-Felice q SmartMusic on iPad: 1:1 Technology – Leigh Kallestad q Other:___________________________________________ 11:30 am – 12:45 pm q 4K Music Program Development: Principles and Methods – Lois Guderian & Rick Townsend q Broadway Favorites or Choir: Give My Regards! – The Music of Broadway – Mac Huff q Cello Techniques – Scott Cook q Drumming Up World Music: New Orleans Rhythms and Songs – Steve Campbell q Duct Tape for the Band Room – Mike Fedyszyn q FINE.COM Using Creative Tools in the Music Classroom – Gretchen Wahlberg * Sandy Lantz q Funding Your Program – Angela Maniaci & Samantha Gamble q Middle School Bays Lead by Fearless Females – Karen Zuidema q Need Quantitative Data? Use SmartMusic! – Leigh Kallestad q Start with Why – Matt McVeigh q PDP Mentoring Session – Judy Bond & Mary Anne Zupan q Other: ___________________________________________________ Why did you choose to attend the sessions that you did? Please describe insights you gained or learned by attending the Thursday morning workshops: Thursday, October 30, 2014 – Afternoon Sessions I attended the following sessions on Thursday afternoon: 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm q Assess? No Stress! – Gretchen Wahlberg & Sandy Lantz q Beyond the Blues Scale: Practical Improv/Jazz Instruction for ALL Students – Brad Carman q Creating a Digital Composition Course at Your School – Steve Kurr & Michael Hayden q Flipped Music Classroom and Gaming – Agnieszka Slater q Google, Music Education and You – Mike Fedyszyn q Listen to Teamwork! Rhythms of Cooperation for Primary Music Classroom – Steve Campbell q Rehearsal and Re-Hearing: Building Better Ensemble From the Inside Out – Andrew Mast q A Potpourri of Techniques and Ideas for Choral and General Music Teachers – Crystal Hogan q SLO Writing Workshop – Day 1 (repeat) – Bob Berndt & Marcie Peters-Felice q Other:_________________________________________________ 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm q A Madrigal Dinner: How-Tos and Why-Fors – Sharri VanAlstine q Close Reading: Literacy Practices Applied to Music – Margaret Jenks & Meredith Pucci q NAfME Collegiate Networking session – Abigail Pulvermacher q Do You Speak Orchestra? What Band and Choir Directors Should Know – Thomas Dickey q Improvisation in the General Music Classroom – Roger Sams q Setting the Standards – Music for the Middle School Chorus – Mac Huff q The Frenzied Instrumental Conductor’s Guide to Score Preparation – Gary Stith q This Piece Rocks! How the Principles and Practices of CMP Help Your Students Appreciate Everything in Their Folder – Carrie Gray q Unlocking the Mysteries of the Jazz Rhythm Section – Douglas Syme q Using Eurhythmics to Instill Musical Instincts – Diana Popowycz q Other: ___________________________________________________ Why did you choose to attend the sessions that you did? Please describe insights you gained or learned by attending the Thursday afternoon workshops: Thursday, October 30, 2014 – Performances I attended the following performance(s) on Thursday: 11:00 am q Beloit Memorial High School Concert Choir 1:00 pm q Lakeshore Youth Philharmonic Sinfonia 1:30 pm q Muskego High School Wind Ensemble q Carthage Women’s Ensemble 3:15 pm q Wisconsin College and University Faculty Woodwind Ensemble q Carthage Women’s Ensemble q Other performance not listed: _____________________________________________ Please describe insights you gained or learned by attending the performances: Friday, October 31, 2014 – Morning Sessions I attended the following sessions on Friday morning: 8:00 am - 9:15 am q A John Cage Circus – Nathaniel Wiess q Achieving Excellence and Maintaining Passion: Post-It Moments for Your Career – Eric Johnson q Band Networking Session – Pat Pollock q Band Today: It IS All About the Numbers – Monte Dunnum & Kory Dahlen q Effectiveness Project K-12 Developing SLO – Rebecca Charbonneau q General Music Networking – Renee Hanson q Music and Movement Activities to Develop Basic Speech and Language Skills – Beth Coppoc Gunshor q No Matter What the Score, 4/4 is 4/4: Conducting All Ensembles – Donald Schleicher q Rolling Out a Mentoring Program – Lynn Seidl q Singing in Spanish – Eduardo Garcia-Novelli q Standards Based Grading in the Music Classroom – Jill Jaeckel q Use Finale to Create Interactive SmartMusic Files – Mavis Kallestad q PDP Mentoring Session – Judy Bond, Jon Gilliland & Mary Anne Zupan q Other: ___________________________________________________ 10:00 am - 11:15 am q Critical Mistakes to Avoid when Building or Renovating Your Music Facility – Michael Ferch q The Great Choral Treasure Hunt XII: - Margaret Jenks & Randy Swiggum q Jacks All Around Us – Gretchen Wahlberg & Sandy Lantz q Measure of Success for STRINGS! Unlock the true potential of your beginning string students! – Carrie Gray q Performing the Classics with the Modern Concert Band: Bringing Transcriptions to Life – Thomas Fraschillo q SLO Writing Workshop – Day 2 – Bob Berndt & Marcie Peters-Felice q So You Want to be a Music Major: What Students and Their Teachers Should Know – Robert Franzblau q Song Writing in the Elementary/Middle School Classroom – Jim Tinter q Top Five Finale Time Savers for Band, Choir and Orchestra Directors – Mavis Kallestad q Other: ___________________________________________________ 11:30 am - 12:45 pm q Bringing Excitement to Your Choir Everyday: It Starts on the Podium – Paul Torkelson q Creating Connections and Effectively Getting Involved in Your School Community – Christine Hayes & Leyla Sanyer q Creative Music Making for Concert Band and Strings – Kirk Moss & Matt Turner q Dispelling Digitophobia – Mike Fedyszyn q Music in the Middle: Making Middle School General Music More Engaging – Ashley Singer q Only the Informed Survive: A Band Director’s Survival Guide – Lizabeth Rosenthal q Popular Songwriting as Comprehensive Music Education – Stephen Dowling q Sing With Glee – Pop Hits for a New Day – Mac Huff q Teaching Effectiveness in the Urban Music Programs – Angela Maniaci & Samantha Gamble q The Quality of Musicality in Teaching and Learning Music – Judy Bond q Other____________________________________________________ Why did you choose to attend the sessions that you did? Please describe insights you gained or learned by attending the Friday morning workshops: Friday, October 31, 2014 – Afternoon Sessions I attended the following sessions on Friday afternoon: 1:00 pm – 2:15 pm q Business Side of Being a Band Director: Financial Accountability – Rick Ghinelli & Michael Kamphius q Contemporary Vocal Pedagogy for the Choral Instructor – Corinne Ness q How to Play and Teach the 12 Bar Blues in General Music – Jim Tinter q iTeach Music: Interactive Technology in Elementary General Music Education – Manju Durairaj q Recorder Apprentice – Wendy Barden q SLO Writing Workshop – Day 2 (repeat)- Bob Berndy & Marcie Peters-Felice q Vocal Jazz for the Choral Music Educator – Timothy Buchholz q WiASTA Soundpost Tradepost – A Marvin Rabin Tribute q Wisconsin State Dance: The Polka – Joel Blahnik q Other: ___________________________________________________ 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm q CMP: One Acronym to Rule Them All – Chris Gleason & Margaret Jenks q Converting to Digital: Our First Year as a 1:1 Music Department – Greg Redner & Lansing Dimon q Enter a Student – Exit a Teacher: The All-Important Student Teaching Experience – Brad Schnieder q iListen WI: Tailoring Listening Lessons to Fit an Educational Framework – Aimee Swanson & Jackie Vandenberg q Musical Worlds: Understanding Our Cultural Roots in General Music Teaching – Beatriz Aguilar, Sheila Feay-Shaw & Alena Holmes q Percussin Section Cleanup! How to Achieve the Best Sounds Out of your percussion Section – Keith Lienert q Secrets and Successes of a Middle School Musical – Krystie Stingle & Melissa Van Dyke q The Care and Feeding of a Drum Set Player: Drum Set 101 – Steve Houghton q Other: ___________________________________________________ Why did you choose to attend the sessions that you did? Please describe insights you gained or learned by attending the Friday afternoon workshops: Friday, October 31, 2014 – Performances I attended the following performance(s) on Friday: 10:00 am q Carroll University Concert Choir 1:00 pm q WSMA Exemplary Soloist Recital 1:45 pm q Carthage Wind Orchestra q Arrowhead Union High School Wind Ensemble 3:00 pm q Cedarburg High School Jazz Ensemble q Other performance not listed: _____________________________________________ Please describe insights you gained or learned by attending the performances: Exhibits All attendees should visit the exhibits during the conference. Please describe your impressions on what was helpful to you, information or products/services that may assist you in your profession, etc.: Other Optional Activities If you attended any of the evening or Saturday sessions, please indicate what you attended and give your impressions below: q Vic Ferrari Symphony on the Rocks - Wednesday, 7:00 pm q WSMA High School Honors Band/Orchestra Concert – Thursday, 4:30 pm q WSMA High School Honors Treble/Mixed Choirs Concert – Thursday, 8:00 pm q WiASTA New Music Reading Session –Laura Burns– Thursday, 7:00 pm q WYBDA Reading Session – Nate Weiss – Thursday, 7:00 pm q WSMA High School Honors Jazz Concert – Friday, 11:30 am q WSMA Adjudicator Workshop - Saturday, 8:00 am q WSMA Middle Level State Honors Concert - Saturday, 1:00 pm q Other: ___________________________________________________ Signature By my signature I verify the attendance and participation as noted above. Signature _______________________________________________ Date ____________ Address _________________________________________________________________ City __________________________________ State __________ Zip _______________ Phone _______________________ Email _____________________________________ Instructor Signature _______________________________________ Date ____________ WISCONSIN STATE STANDARDS: Wisconsin State Teaching Standards (PI 34.02) are listed numerically. Teachers in Wisconsin will: 1. Know the subject they are teaching. 2. Know how children grow. 3. Understand that children learn differently. 4. Know how to teach. 5. Know how to manage a classroom. 6. Communicate well. 7. Be able to plan different kinds of lessons. 8. Know how to test for student progress. 9. Be able to evaluate themselves. 10. Be connected with other teachers and the community. Wisconsin Music Standards are also referenced because this course will reinforce or teach new ideas that teachers can use in the classroom with their students. Standards are labeled alphabetically as they are listed in the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards for Music. Students in Wisconsin will: A. Sing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music. B. Play, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music. C. Improvise music. D. Compose and arrange music. E. Read and notate music. F. Analyze and describe music. G. Evaluate music and music performances. H. Relate music to the other arts and disciplines outside the arts. I. Relate music to history and culture.
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