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Webinars for Professional Development in the Arts series 12: Informed Teaching, Boundless Musicianship

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In this webinar, we will focus on best practices of music educators in the classroom and the rehearsal hall. With research-based evidence, we will share ideas about your identity as a music leader. How do you approach your students? What skills are the most important and how are our students best served by the teacher? We will cover methods of effective curricular development and noteworthy ideas for successful instructional delivery with attention to comprehensive musical skills and nurturing creativity.

Deborah Confredo (formerly Sheldon) is Professor and Director of Graduate Programs in Music Education in the Boyer College of Music and Dance at Temple University. Founder and conductor of Temple’s Night Owls Campus/Community Band, Confredo’s specialties include instrumental rehearsal techniques and teaching methods, assessment, research, music psychology, conducting, wind band literature, community bands, and informal music learning. Dr. Confredo has taught elementary and secondary instrumental music in Pennsylvania and New York. She has co-authored the texts The Complete Woodwind Instructor: A Guidebook for the Music Educator and Lessons in Performance (FJH), and is editor of Superior Bands in Sixteen Weeks, and Chorales and Rhythmic Etudes for Superior Bands. An instrumental editor, arranger, author, and consultant for the FJH Music Company, she is lead author for the FJH publication Measures of Success®, a multi-level band method for beginning and intermediate instrumentalists. Her numerous academic articles are published in the most recognized journals in music education. Dr. Confredo is in demand as clinician, adjudicator, guest conductor, and lecturer.

This talk is part of the Pedagogy, Language, Arts & Culture in Education (PLACE) Group Seminars series.

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