Growing as a music educator means trying your hand at unfamiliar instruments and techniques, engaging with the cultures from which they come. Edwin Anderson, a Florida-based teacher, percussionist, and composer, embodies this spirit of exploration. He’s devoted much of his career to introducing musicians of all ages to the possibilities… Read more >
Music instructor and clarinetist Michelle Lucia-Ingle’s research on using software applications to learn, teach and play clarinet has taken her from the University of Florida’s online Master’s in Music Education program to the Thompson Symposium at Penn State University to the pages of the International Clarinet Association’s journal The Clarinet—and… Read more >
Mary Witaszek discusses faculty involvement in her education and how she immediately applied what she learned to her classroom teaching. The fact that this program was online was definitely the biggest reason I chose the program – because I did not want to take off time teaching. I like teaching too much…. Read more >
Graduates Jason Longtin and Chasity Smith discuss the power of the program’s distinctive online learning environment, which included sharing blogs with fellow students. The program has completely transformed the way I think about teaching, the way I think about education. There are skills that I have learned in this program that… Read more >
Katherine Powell, a student in the online Master of Music in Music Education (MMME) program, and her pupils at Molino Park Elementary School already are reaping the benefits of the teacher’s advanced music education from the University of Florida. The Escambia County School District, Pensacola, Fla., recently honored Powell with… Read more >
Melody Kneezel discusses the benefits of graduating from a highly-regarded music education program; building lasting connections with classmates; and balancing work, school and family. The curriculum is actually the best part of this program. It was unbeatable. I can’t imagine having learned anything better than what I learned. I was immediately… Read more >
Graduates Kendra Gannaway and Martha Lavender discuss how learning from both world-class faculty and classmates with diverse music backgrounds transformed their lives. A lot of our assignments are teaching applications, where we take activities and we actually try them with our students. My students have absolutely loved being my students in… Read more >
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