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Kevin.Facer at maine.gov
Thu Oct 9 08:18:40 EDT 2014
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The Fifth International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education<http://reg.conferences.dce.ufl.edu/ISAME> will be held February 18-21, 2015 at the Williamsburg Lodge located at 310 South England Street in Williamsburg, VA, USA.
The music education faculties of the University of Florida School of Music, the Shenandoah Conservatory of Shenandoah University, and James Madison University will host a Symposium on Assessment in Music Education in February 2015, at the Williamsburg Lodge and Conference Center, Williamsburg, Virginia. The purpose of the symposium is to bring together music education professionals worldwide to share the latest research, thought, and practice in music education assessment. We invite primary and secondary school music educators, higher education professionals and music education researchers, national, state and local education officials from across the world to join us in Williamsburg.
Bruce Taylor<http://www.brucedtaylor.com/index.php> has extensive experience with Common Core State Standards. As an arts education consultant for Atlanta Public Schools and the University of Chicago's Urban Education Institute, Bruce is developing structures and methods that demonstrate how to use the arts to increase overall student achievement as mandated by Common Core. He is soon to publish Common Sense Core Arts Standards that will put his principles into easily digestible form.
On behalf of Maine Humanities Council:
Why Darwin Matters program: Join the Maine Humanities Council on Sat., Nov.15, at University of New England in Portland, for the Dorothy Schwartz Forum on Art, Science, and the Humanities: Why Darwin Matters. This will be a unique opportunity to trace links, actual and potential, between the traditional arts and humanities and the field of evolutionary biology. Combining text-based humanities with the visual arts, the performing arts, science, technology, and popular culture, we'll take a deep and varied look at the life and work of Charles Darwin, one of the most influential thinkers in human history. We will offer free admission to 15 students (K-12 and/or college students) and a discounted rate of $15 for up to 20 K-12 educators on a first come, first served basis. CEUs will also be available. To register, visit http://www.mainehumanities.org/darwin/.
Visual and Performing Arts Specialist
Downeast Regional Representative
Maine Department of Education
MDOE<http://www.maine.gov/doe/index.html> - VPA<http://www.maine.gov/doe/arts/>
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