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We speak technology in the music classroom better than anyone
For over a quarter of a century, we’ve helped tens of thousands of music educators modernize the way they teach, producing the finest professional development sessions in partnership with your state’s music education association technology chair committee.
Everyone at TI:ME is terribly sad to announce the death of Fred Kersten, who passed this week. He was an ardent supporter of the organization for decades, a TI:ME Certified Instructor, who helped countless undergrads become TI:ME certified through his presentation of our course materials at Boston University. He has been a regular presenter at TI:ME and ATMI conferences over the years and in addition to being a gifted thinker, was a warm and genuine human being. He was also an extremely talented jazz recorder player, doing things with a recorder that most people don’t know was even possible. He has had a positive influence on untold colleagues around the
The Technology in Music Education (TI:ME) 2023 National Pre-Conference Day is scheduled on February 8, 2023, the first day of the 2023 Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) Clinic/Convention in San Antonio, Texas. TI:ME will host sessions throughout the rest of the week, and you’re now invited to submit session proposals. The deadline to submit proposals for the TMEA Convention / TI:ME Conference is June 1 at 11:59 PM. Click here to submit!
The 2023 Professional Development Conference hosted by The Ohio Music Educator’s Association (OMEA) will take place in Columbus, Ohio from February 2-4. Nearly 300 sessions focusing on “best practices” in music education, music-related vendors offering the latest in technology, and over 40 ensembles ranging from elementary choirs all the way up to university orchestras! Deadline to submit presentation or performance proposals are May 31st. For more information, visit https://www.omea-ohio.org. In case you are in the area and not at OMEA, Columbus has quite a bit to offer! The Museum of Art, Center for Science and Industry, The Ohio Statehouse, and Wagner-Hagans Auto Museum. Due to its rich history, there are
Each Year We Produce an Average of Over
Hours of Professional Development Sessions for Music Educators Integrating Technology, and we do it at the largest and the smallest state MEA shows, as a service, covering only expenses, or sharing revenues on pre-conference day events.
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Teachers Trust TI:ME
Each year, our 501c3 nonprofit produces over 6000 total individual hours of professional development sessions and we do it at the largest and the smallest state MEA shows, as a service, covering only expenses, or sharing revenues on pre-conference day events. When we help your MEA produce technology training sessions, our trusted 25-year-old brand attracts the brightest music educators and leading music industry manufacturers to submit session proposals.
A TI:ME event means your MEA’s attendees get the best music education technology professional development. Your members know us, and we know what they want to learn.