What Now? Music Ed. & COVID-19

Join distinguished music educators José Antonio Díaz, Helen H. Cha-Pyo, Shamie Royston, Julius Tolentino, William Leather, Nic Meyer, and Penelope Smetters-Jacono PLUS a roundtable of Jazz Education Network chapter organizers and directors for a pro-active discussion about how the COVID-19 crisis could shape music education for the months and years ahead. The panel will discuss: The state of music education […]

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Using Music to Teach Critical Thinking and Math Join Mari Mennel-Bell, MA, MSW, as we dive into language arts, math, geography, history, science & test taking strategies through the lens of jazz! In this JazzSLAM, session 1 of 3, we will take a close look at the relationship between jazz and world geography/history, migration, African & Native American rhythms […]

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Listening with Sean Jones

Join Grammy-award winning trumpeter & master jazz educator, Sean Jones, for a special, interactive listening session. Sean takes viewers on a journey through some of his favorite music and answer questions from the Facebook Live Audience.

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Jazz Ed. Research & Practice

Moderated by Dr. Monika Herzig, Chair of the JEN Research Committee and Editor of Jazz Education in Research and Practice (JAZZ), this all-star panel will discuss: Best practices for research & writing tips for everyone Submission process & options for Jazz Education in Research & Practice Vol. II Presenting at the 12th annual Jazz Education Network Conference […]

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How-To Virtual Jazz Band

Join master jazz educator Julius Tolentino for a step-by-step tutorial on creating your first virtual video or audio collaboration. Before creating the video below, Julius had NO EXPERIENCE with audio or video production.  All registrants will receive a FREE step-by-step “how-to” guide on creating your first virtual collaboration. Julius will discuss the pedagogy of virtual collaboration, […]

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