Teachers Trust TI:ME
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.
TI:ME (Technology In Music Education) is now accepting nominations for the 2023 Mike Kovins Teacher of the Year Award. This award is highly prestigious, and each year is awarded to an outstanding educator in the field of Music Education using Technology. Previous winners are: Amy Burns – 2005 Karen Garrett – 2006 Michael Fein – 2007 Ace Martin – 2008 Wayne Splettstoeszer – 2009 Rick Dammers – 2010 Joe Pisano – 2011 Barbara Freedman – 2012 Richard McCready – 2013 Catie Dwinal – 2014 Will Kuhn – 2015 Marjorie LoPresti – 2016 Stephanie Sanders – 2017 Cherie Herring – 2018 Shawna Longo – 2019 Anne Fennell – 2020 Stefani Langol
TI:ME is pleased to announce the results of its 2022 composition festival. Winners are indicated below. Please join us in congratulating these outstanding young composers! TI:ME is pleased with the quality and quantity of the entrants. More than twice as many students entered the composition festival in 2022 as in the previous year. We are anticipating similar results in next year’s festival. Plan now to have you students enter in 2023. Watch our web site for announcements.Original Composition – Notation Middle School, Forbidden Love by Callan Fox, The Hockaday School, TX, student of Yung-Fang LudfordHigh School, TIE: Bridget by Davis Shanks, Katy ISD, TX, student of Matthew PorterHigh School, TIE: Alla Luna by Makenna Harding-Davis, Natomas Charter School, CA, student
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
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.
When TI:ME partners with your state music education association, we deliver more than a trusted brand ...
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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.