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become the most Inspiring Music Teachers

Spring 2022 MECA

Continuing Education Courses

Online

Teaching Choral Music in Title I Schools

Date

February 14-April 10, 2022

Course Code

7212

Credits

2

Tuition

$710, due in full with registration

Overview

Choral music is for all. Join this course to learn how to teach choral music in Title I school settings in all locations urban, suburban, and rural. Learn choral tips and tricks with dealing with administration, recruitment, fundraising, parental engagement, and building your program. This will be a chance to review, retool, and revise your current practice to make sure you are providing the best opportunities for all of your students.

Instructor

60156861338 60AA482A 8207 48EA A61F C898E4C79100 2 Dr. Chantae D. Pittman

Dr. Chantae Pittman

Dr. Chantae D. Pittman is the Director of Choral Activities at Campbell High School in Smyrna, GA in the Cobb County School District, and adjunct professor at Georgia College and State University. Dr. Pittman is passionate about all forms of music. She is a proud graduate of Tennessee State University having received her Bachelor of Science in Music Education in 2010. She has since earned a Master’s Degree in Music Education at VanderCook College University (Chicago, IL, 2013). In May 2021 Dr. Pittman graduated from The University of Georgia where she completed her Doctorate in Education with an emphasis in Choral Music Education. During her 12-year career in choral music education she has taught students from elementary through high school. Due to that experience, and her demonstrated commitment to excellence in performance, she is highly respected as a choral clinician, music education consultant, instructor, grant writer, and adjudicator. She is very active as a soprano soloist and choral musician as a member of the Grammy award winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus since 2011, and the Atlanta Women’s Chorus since 2020. Having performed with orchestras, choirs, and small vocal ensembles throughout her career as a musician, Dr. Pittman proudly continues to learn, grow, and develop as a musician and pedagogue. She is a proud and active member of the Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA), National Association for Music Education (NAfME), National Educators Association (NEA), Georgia Association of Educators (GAE), Sigma Alpha Iota, Professional Music Fraternity, Inc., and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
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