Virginia Music Educators Association Conference

VMEA In-Service Conference
The Homestead
November 21-23, 2013

Shenandoah Conservatory will offer academic credit in conjunction with the VMEA In-Service Conference. Up to three credits – offered concurrently in three individual courses of one credit each – may be earned at the undergraduate or graduate level. Credits may be used for certificate/licensure renewal or can be applied to degree programs. 

» Conference course offerings (PDF) 


 

Why should music educators attend VMEA? 

  • Refreshes and enhances teaching skills.
  • Serves as an opportunity for quality professional development.
  • Provides information and training on the latest research and trends in music education.
  • Reviews the latest developments in music technology.
  • Affords networking opportunities with fellow music teachers from across the Commonwealth.
  • Provides clinics and workshops presented by master teachers and leaders from across the United States.
  • Provides opportunity to visit with music industry professionals and discuss the latest in curriculum materials for use in the classroom.
  • Presents outstanding performing groups conducted by fellow teachers.
  • Provides opportunity for meaningful and relevant recertification points.
  • Provides new thoughts and ideas to be used in the classroom immediately.

 

  • Information and registration forms for college credit for the 2013 conference will be posted in September.
  • For additional information please contact: Dr. David Zerull dzerull@su.edu  

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