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MUSIC EDUCATION MUSIC EDUCATION - Simpson College

Past clinicians featured in

Simpson’s Workshops in

Music Education:

Peter & Mary Alice Amidon

Eunice Boardman

Pam Bradford

Angela Broeker

Jay Broeker

Susan Brumfield

Dee Coulter

John Feierabend

Lillie Feierabend

Dr. Leigh Ann Garner

Virginia Giglio

Helen Kemp

Cynthia Lilley

Sanna Longden

Ellen McCullough-Brabson

Linda McEachran

Andrew McMahan

Joy Nelson

Sarah Richardson

Martha Riley

Julie Scott

Wendy Sims

Robyn Swanson

Jill Trinka

Marilyn Wood

Sister Lorna Zemke

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Des Moines, Iowa

Permit No. 5740

Department of Music

701 North C Street

Indianola, Iowa 50125

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MUSIC EDUCATION

Lillie H. Feierabend

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Multiple Intelligence in the Music Classroom

Nyssa Brown

Saturday, January 25, 2014

National Standards: Activities and Assessments

with Global Music and Activities

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC


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MUSIC EDUCATION

Lilli e H.

Name ________________________________________

Address________________________________________

MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE

IN THE MUSIC CLASSROOM

This session will outline a typical

elementary music lesson and discuss

and demonstrate how the same

material can be used to strengthen

and develop music intelligence as

well as other intelligences. I will share

strategies and techniques that will

support the Music curriculum and

the Verbal Linguistic and Logical

Mathematical curriculums, as well. By being aware of

the impact Music has on the other intelligences, we are

better able to nurture the whole child in our quest to

help them become musical.

Lillie is known for her work with young children

and for instilling a love of music within them. This

is her twelfth year at the University of Hartford

Magnet School and her thirteenth as a director for

the Connecticut Children’s Chorus. In 1998 she

received the Teacher of the Year Award from Canton

Schools (CT) for her innovative and inclusive

music programs. In 2008, Lillie received both the

Teacher of the Year Award from UHMS and the

Outstanding Elementary Music Educator Award from

the Connecticut Music Educators Association. Lillie

is a frequent clinician at local, state and national

conferences. She also teaches at Silver Lake College in

Manitowoc, Wisconsin, Gordon College in Boston,

and The Hartt School at the University of Hartford.

She is Past President of KESNE, and a member of

NAfME, OAKE, CMEA and ACDA, where she

served as the National Children’s Honor Choir Chair

for the 2010 Conference.

NATIONAL STANDARDS:

ACTIVITIES AND

ASSESSMENTS WITH

GLOBAL MUSIC AND

ACTIVITIES

Nyssa Brown is a choral and

general music educator at South

View Middle School in Edina,

Minnesota. From 2007-2012,

she served as Music Education

Coordinator for Minnesota’s Perpich Center for Arts

Education, coaching teachers in over 100 school

districts across the state of Minnesota in developing

standards-aligned curriculum and assessments. Ms.

Brown taught elementary school vocal and general

music at Park Spanish Immersion School in St.

Louis Park, Minnesota from 1998-2007. Passionate

about teaching in a global context, Nyssa taught at

the American Embassy School in New Delhi, India

and in both Namibia and South Africa, through a

fellowship offered by the Eastman School of Music’s

Umculo: The Kimberley Project.

Ms. Brown was one of ten finalists for 2004

Minnesota Teacher of the Year and received a

prestigious Milken Educator Award in 2004 from

the Milken Family Foundation. In 2006, Nyssa was

chosen by Education Minnesota, a state affiliate

of NEA and AFT, to represent Minnesota at the

national level in NEA’s Foundation Award for

Teaching Excellence. Nyssa is a faculty member of

the Kodály Levels Course at Indiana University and

the University of St. Thomas. She also serves as an

adjunct professor at the University of St. Thomas and

Augsburg College.

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City State Zip

Home phone___________________________________

Work phone____________________________________

School________________________________________

Email_________________________________________

Please check one: Teacher Student

Lillie H. Feierabend

September 14, 2013, 9 a.m.-Noon, 1-3 p.m.

Teacher $30

Student $10

Nyssa Brown

January 25, 2014, 9 a.m.-Noon, 1-3 p.m.

Teacher $30

Student $10

Both workshops

Teacher $50

Total to attend both workshops and

receive one hour of graduate credit $200

Amount enclosed: $____________

• Check or money order only (Sorry, no credit cards)

• Please make checks payable to:

Simpson College Music Department

• Postmark Deadline: September 7, 2013

Mail to: Dr. Michael Patterson,Workshop Coordinator

Simpson College Music Department

701 North C Street

Indianola, IA 50125

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