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WHO’S ON DECK? For each session, we hope that a couple (2) of colleagues will forge ahead and sustain the momentum we generated in our first get together. We heartily encourage people to share their pedagogical work-in-progress, warts and all. So, who will it be? Please get in touch with us at MusicInContext@gmail.com so we …

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First session: Bloomingdale School, 2013.03.02 

1. Discussion/Introduction: What brought you here today? Each person spoke about his or her background and how it was shaping his/her hopes and expectations for the day’s teaching and learning exchange. 2. A proposed format: some ideas about how we may proceed Share our work as teaching artists and performing artists Conduct a form of research …

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Learning\Teaching as a Creative Act: A Pedagogy of Trust 

Join facilitators William Bauer and Michael Joviala for the inaugural meeting of... A Performing Arts Learning and Teaching Exchange When: March 2, 2013; 3:00pm - 5:00pm Where: Bloomingdale School of Music, 323 West 108th Street, New York, NY 10025 How much: No cost, pre-registration required For educators who want to integrate their creativity and their …

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Vision Statement Draft  ☆

Performing Arts Learning and Teaching Exchange (PALxT) : Vision Statement (draft) We know of no supportive environment in which performing arts educators, at any level of experience, may explore their craft freely and openly. All too often, performing arts teacher training—when it exists at all—is conducted in an unsystematic manner; worse, teacher trainers frequently use surprisingly constricting pedagogical methods that …

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