APSI® Music Theory – Teacher Training

                            Joel Phillips, AP® Consultant

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APSI® Music Theory – Teacher Training

NOTE (May 20, 2019): We have extended the application deadline for this course and will continue accepting registrations until the class has filled. Please be aware that requests for on-campus housing are subject to approval and availability–we can no longer guarantee on-campus housing for all participants. Check with the Summer@Eastman office before submitting a request for on-campus housing.

June 26-30, 2019 / Wednesday-Sunday, 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on Sunday)
Rooms: ESM 320, ESM 443, ESM 70 (or SLC computer lab)

AP® consultant: Joel Phillips, Westminster Choir College of Rider University

For high school teachers who would like to teach AP® Music Theory. This AP® Summer Institute emphasizes music theory skills and teaching strategies. It also distills the examination’s content and scoring and provides many insights into how teachers may better prepare students for the examination. The course is open to people who have never taught AP® Music Theory before as well as to experienced teachers who would like new ideas; past participants are welcome to take the course again. Participants frequently comment that, in addition to improving their teaching, the course gives them greater confidence in teaching music theory. Enrollment limited to 20 students.

Click here to view this course listing on the College Board’s website.
Click here to learn more about the College Board’s 2019 AP Summer Institute Scholarships.

Planning your arrival and departure:
First scheduled activity: Class begins Wednesday, June 26 at 8:30 a.m.
Last scheduled activity: Class ends Sunday, June 30 at 12:30 p.m.

Housing & Meals:
Housing and meals are not included in the course tuition. Participants may choose to stay in student housing at the Eastman Student Living Center for an additional fee or make their own arrangements to stay off-campus. The 2019 rate for Student Living Center housing is $81/night (this includes three [3] meals daily in the Dining Center). Participants staying off-campus may purchase lunches at the Dining Center. Information about housing and area hotels can be found here.

Professional Development Hours: 30
$1,670 / 1 credit     CRN 21942
$500 / noncredit     CRN 21921

Click HERE to apply

Read our blog: Summer@Eastman Spotlight: APSI® Music Theory – Teacher Training