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Are you passionate about advances in the practice of music education? Do you love learning about music, music theory, and new approaches to teaching and creativity? If so, the online Master of Music in Music Education (MMME) program at UF may be the perfect fit for you.
Learn more about this innovative program by participating in a live online information session, presented by UF School of Music faculty and staff members.
The presenters will discuss and answer questions about these topics and more:
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Benefit from the UF’s heritage of academic excellence and complete an NASM- and CAEP-accredited master's program entirely online.
As an Enrollment Advisor with the University of Florida, Michael helps students take the next step towards their goals. He helps students throughout the admissions process so that they can be set up for success. Michael has 18 years of experience in education as an Academic Coordinator and as an Enrollment Advisor. Michael holds a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing from Benedictine University (Lisle, Illinois).
As a graduate advisor with the University of Florida, Tori helps students take the next step towards their goals. She helps students throughout the admissions process to set them up for success, and has over six years of academic advising experience. Tori holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Culture with a concentration in Legal Communication from Howard University (Washington, DC).
Dr. William I. Bauer is professor and director of the Master of Music in Music Education Distance Learning Program at the University of Florida, where he teaches undergraduate and graduate classes, and guides graduate student research. His current research interests include technology for music learning, creative thinking in music, and lifelong musicking. Previously he taught at universities in Ohio, Indiana, and Virginia, and was an instrumental (band and orchestra) and general music teacher for eight years in the Ohio public schools.
Dr. Bauer’s book, Music Learning Today: Digital Pedagogy for Creating, Performing, and Responding to Music (2nd edition, is published by Oxford University Press. His numerous research and pedagogical writings appear in prominent journals and chapters of edited books. He has been a frequent presenter at conferences and other events throughout the world. Dr. Bauer is the series editor of the Research Informed Music Learning book series and the editor of the peer-reviewed music education research journal Research Perspectives in Music Education. He has served as a member of the editorial boards of the Music Educators Journal, Journal of Music Teacher Education, Journal of Research in Music Education, and Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education; he is former editor of Contributions to Music Education. He was named an Apple Distinguished Educator by Apple, Inc. in 2003 and a Google Certified (Teacher) Innovator by Google in 2008. To learn more, visit http://billbauer.net.
Dr. Bauer holds a Ph.D. in Music Education from Kent State University, a Master of Music in Music Education from Bowling Green State University, and a Bachelor of Music Education from The Ohio State University.