September 12, 2020 | 10am-1pm
Dr. Karen Howard
World Music Pedagogy in a Kodály Setting
Karen Howard is Associate Professor of Music at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in elementary and secondary general music, choral methods, diverse music traditions, and is the director of graduate music research. She is also one of the instructors for the Smithsonian Folkways Certificate Course in World Music Pedagogy. Karen is the author of World Music Pedagogy: Secondary School Innovations and First Steps in Global Music as well as several journal articles. Karen has recently become the founder and editor for a new venture through GIA Music – World Music Initiative – which will feature authors with expertise in particular music cultures with focus on sociocultural and sociohistorical context for use in education settings. Her research interests are in creating anti-bias teaching and learning environments, and empowering teachers to feel confidence in diversifying their musical worlds.
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$15 for members
$20 for non-members
Free for students
*This is a virtual workshop that will take place via Zoom.