The Boyer College of Music and Dance offers a variety of opportunities for intermediate and professional development each summer. In Summer 2021, the workshops below were offered in an Online format. Please check back later for Summer 2022 workshops.

 

Audiation and Music Learning

Beth Bolton, Alison Reynolds
July 6-30 (Online)
Non-credit: $975 (3.75 CEUs) | PA Resident: $3,367 (3 CH) | Out-of-State: $4,432 (3 CH)
Audiation and Music Learning, a seminar-based course with time for musicking and movement, provides opportunities for you to design and integrate audiation-based practices into your curricular context(s).

 

Composer Diversity in School Instrumental Music

Deborah Confredo
June 8-July 3 (Online)
Non-credit: $975 (3 CEUs) | PA Resident: $3,367 (3 CH) | Out-of-State: $4,432 (3 CH)
Four synchronour panel sessions also available separately ($30/0.2CEUs each)
The Composer Diversity in School Instrumental Music full course and workshop—four synchronous panel sessions with instrumental music educators and approximately 29 hours of asynchronous learning activities—will focus on the evaluation, selection and study of robust appropriate school band literature written by a diversity of composers.

 

Improvisation

Nathan Buonviri
May 10-June 7 (Online)
Non-credit: $975 (0.6 CEUs) | PA Resident: $3,367 (3 CH) | Out-of-State: $4,432 (3 CH)
Improvisation explores improvisation for PK-12 music teaching through scholarly research and practice as well as hands-on activities.

 

Inclusive Arts Education: Social and Emotional Learning

Dustin Cates, Deborah Confredo, Rollo Dilworth, Suzanne Hall, Elizabeth Parker, Alison Reynolds
June 21-25 (Online)
Non-credit: $575 (0.87 CEUs) | PA Resident: $936/$1,231 (1 UG/G CH) | Out-of-State: $1,521/$1,586 (1 UG/G CH)
In Inclusive Arts Education: Social and Emotional Learning, we will explore the intersection of social and emotional learning in a variety of arts education settings with the goal of helping attendees make immediate application to the classroom and rehearsal.

 

Inclusive Arts Education: Through the Looking Glass – Activism, Advocacy and Relevance

Dustin Cates, Deborah Confredo, Rollo Dilworth, Elizabeth Parker, Alison Reynolds
June 28-July 2 (Online)
Non-credit: $575 (1 CEU) | PA Resident: $936/$1,231 (1 UG/G CH) | Out-of-State: $1,521/$1,586 (1 UG/G CH)
The Inclusive Arts Education: Through the Looking Glass - Activism, Advocacy and Relevance course/workshop will help you develop processes that are immediately applicable in navigating change through a core system of beliefs that is driven by inspiration and innovation.

 

Keyboard Harmony

Lindsay Weightman
June 28-August 2 (Online)
Non-credit: $975 (2.25 CEUs) | PA Resident: $3,367 (3 CH) | Out-of-State: $4,432 (3 CH)
Keyboard Harmony is designed for music teachers with basic keyboard skills who seek a refresher in or extension of keyboard versatility to enhance music making in the classroom: harmonization, sight reading, accompanying, score reading, technique, transposition, improvisation, figured bass, playing by ear, popular and classical styles.

 

Music Learning and Development

Mary Kate Newell
June 8-July 3 (Online)
Non-credit: $975 (2.6 CEUs) | PA Resident: $3,367 (3 CH) | Out-of-State: $4,432 (3 CH)
Music Learning and Development challenges you to consider meanings of music learning and music development in the context of responsive, life-long music learning (including English language learners and students with disabilities).

 

Temple University Night Owls Summer Band

Lauren Ryals
May 10-August 2 (Online)
Non-credit: $50
Temple University Night Owls Summer Band welcomes all band instrumentalists with at least two year of experience on their instrument (no matter how long ago) to join this summer virtual band.

 

Interested in other for-credit offerings? Search the course catalog.