MEXICO – Music teachers from 26 school districts in the region are committed to learning new approaches to help students improve their vocal and instrumental abilities.
The teachers attended the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation-sponsored Arts in Education Music Conference.
It was held at Onondaga Community College where they learned the importance of teaching students musical improvisation, developing low and high strings techniques, engaging in 21st Century learning, reading sheet music, choral arrangements and instrument repair.
The workshop featured 12 band, orchestra and choral presenters.
CiTi’s Arts in Education program offers a wide variety of artists, performers, venues and authors to help school district employees introduce students to engaging ways of learning.