2018 Agenda

Beginning & Developing Music Teacher Workshop
November 1st, 2018
Butler University Indianapolis, IN
Sponsored by Music Travel Consultants


For a more detailed agenda, visit our event registration website. 

8:45 Registration & Coffee/Juice Ford Salon

9:00 Introductions

9:10-9:40 Session I KEYNOTE SPEAKER, Mr. Randy Greenwell Ford Salon Sponsored by Conn-Selmer

9:45-10:30 Session II
Effective Rehearsal Strategies-Instrumental   RG Ford Salon
Effective Rehearsal Strategies-Choral  JP Recital Hall
Effective Strategies-Elementary   PD ED Lobby

10:35-11:20 Session III
Classroom Management Strategies  SF Ford Salon
New Indiana Standards   KG Recital Hall
Sharing Successes/Concerns  PD ED Lobby

11:5-12:20 LUNCH Ford Salon

12:25-1:10 Session IV
Working with Students with Special Needs  JH Ford Salon
Talking with an Administrator   MJF ED Lobby
Teaching General Music/Secondary Setting KG Recital Hall

1:15-2:00 Session V
Emotional Resilience in the Classroom   AH Ford Salon
Assessment Strategies  KG Recital Hall
Talking to An Administrator   MJF ED Lobby
Working with Students with Special Needs JH

2:05-2:45 Sesson VI
IMEA – WOW! They do a lot CT Ford Salon Evaluation Form; Substitute Teacher Forms (1st year teachers only) IMEA Conference Information:    Jan. 17-19, 2019 Grand Wayne Convention Center, Ft. Wayne IN


Susan Finger, Chair, IMEA Beginning and Developing Teacher Workshop, IMEA Past President, Ball State University;
Kevin Gerrity, Undergraduate Coordinator of Music Education, Ball State University
Chris Taylor, IMEA President
Julia Heath, Indiana State University
Penny Dimmick, Butler University
Randy Greenwell, Clinician, Conn-Selmer
Josh Pedde, Artistic Director, Indianapolis Children’s Choir
Mark Finger, Retired Principal, Anderson Community Schools
Lane Velayo, IMEA Executive Director
Anna Hill, Assistant Principal, School 82, Indianapolis