The Gordon Institute for Music Learning

Mid-Atlantic Chapter

SAVE THE DATE!

Virtual Chapter Share

Sunday, October 18, 1-4 p.m.

GIML members: FREE    non-GIML members: FREE

Do you have successful online teaching resources that you have been using? Would you like to share them?  Are you looking for more online teaching ideas? 

Please follow this link to the MA-GIML

"Shared Online Music Teaching Resources"

to add your resource or look for some to use!

Please be sure to include your name and contact info in the file so if someone has a question, you can be contacted.  Thanks!

GIML MISSION STATEMENT

The purpose of GIML is to advance music understanding through audiation. We believe in the musical potential of each individual. We support an interactive community with opportunities for musical and professional development.

For an important recent message from GIML president, Cindy Taggart, please click here.

MUSIC LEARNING THEORY

Music Learning Theory is an explanation of how we learn when we learn music. Based on an extensive body of research and practical field testing by Edwin E. Gordon and others, Music Learning Theory focuses on the teaching of audiation, Gordon’s term for hearing music in the mind with understanding. Teaching methods help music teachers establish sequential curricular objectives in accord with their own teaching styles and beliefs.

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