2021 Seminars in Music Education: Amateurism, Listening & Creativity in Music Classrooms

John Kratus has long pushed music education forward, most notably through his many articles. Among the most famous of these is his Music Educators Journal article, “Music Education at the Tipping Point.” This article is the most downloaded music education article in history. The GSU seminar will center on several of Kratus’s articles, with substantial opportunity for open discussion . . . valuable for music teachers, college faculty, students, and all interested in the purposes of music education.

John Kratus is Professor Emeritus of Music Education, Michigan State University. He received Bachelor of Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and a Doctor of Philosophy from Northwestern University. Professor Kratus focuses on secondary general music methods, music education foundations, creativity, and philosophy of music education. He is published in the fields of creativity and curriculum development in the Music Educators Journal, the Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, Psychology of Music, Canadian Music Educator, and the Journal of Research in Music Education.

 

Dial-In Information

Registration required, then a link will be emailed before session.  https://music.gsu.edu/seminars-in-music-education/

Thursday, January 21 at 6:00pm to 7:00pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Music, Lecture

Campus

Atlanta Campus, Buckhead Campus, Alpharetta Campus, Clarkston Campus, Decatur Campus, Dunwoody Campus, Newton Campus

Colleges and Schools

The College of Education and Human Development, College of the Arts

Audience

Students, Faculty/Staff, Alumni, Public, Perimeter College Retirees

Tags

School of Music, COTA Feature Event

Department
Center for Educational Partnerships in Music, College of the Arts, School of Music
Host University/Institution/Unit/Company

Georgia State University School of Music

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