The 2014 Summer Session is June 5-July 18. The deadline for applications is May 1, 2014. Application information and contact information can be found at the bottom of this page.
What can I expect?
The SEAT Program presents a series of music education seminars and courses focusing on teaching techniques, advanced study in selected areas, and independent on-site research projects and practica based on your individual interests. Some of the opportunities you can expect from SEAT are... music making labs, technical support, small ensembles, cooperative learning, computer technology, creative solutions, on-site instruction, distance conferencing, and cohort groups.
What focus areas can I explore?
The SEAT program provides opportunities for you to focus on your own particular areas of interest. A sampling of topics follows:
Elementary: Orff, Dalcroze, Kodaly, learning styles, research applications, eclectic approaches
Instrumental: Score study, conducting studies, instrumental methods, curriculum development, recruitment strategies, and motivation
Choral: performance practice, sightsinging methods, vocal technique, rehearsal strategies, repertoire, and diction.
General Requirements for Admission
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Questions: Contact Susan LeCroy in the Graduate Music Office
Phone: 706.542.2743 Email: email@example.com