TI:ME returns to live conferences this December, beginning with the NYSSMA conference in Rochester, NY. The NYSSMA Winter Conference is December 2–4, 2021. The TI:ME Pre-Conference begins Thursday morning at 8:15. TI:ME presenters include Radio Cremata, Caitie Dwinal, Kris Gilbert, Fred Kersten, Shawna Longo, Marjorie LoPresti, John Mlynczak, Meaghan O’Connor-Vince, and Jason Panucci. Don’t miss […]
This is a great year to plan to attend the Tennessee Music Educators conference in Nashville. The conference is April 27-30, 2022. The deadline for proposals is September 15, 2021. For additional information, see http://www.tnmea.org/call-for-session-proposals.html. As a quick update, plans also continue for TI:ME collaborations with NYSSMA, TMEA, and OMEA. As we are emerging from […]
We are going back to Texas for our Pre-Conference and full week of PD sessions! Get those tech proposals in for TI:ME National Pre-Conference and TMEA! TMEA Clinic Proposals Due June 12022 Texas Music Educators Association Clinic/ConventionSan Antonio, February 9–12, 2022All 2022 TMEA Clinic/Convention proposals must be submitted online by June 1 to be considered. […]
After a one year hiatus due to the pandemic, Technology in Music Education (TI:ME) is pleased to announce the return of its (almost) annual Music Technology Composition Festival for 2021. The contest is open to students of any age enrolled in school. Entrants must be TI:ME Student Members. Membership during the entry period and until May […]
Do you know an educator who is making great differences by incorporating Music Technology into music education? TI:ME is proud to announce that nominations are now open for the Mike Kovins Teacher of the Year Award for 2019. In order to nominate a deserving colleague, click here or type this URL into your chosen browser: https://goo.gl/forms/MmvXa7ytD6iE09ym1 […]
Opus 5: “Amplify: Technology”
Sponsored by TI:ME, Technology for Music Educators
Amplify: Technology – Teaching the Tech-Savvy Generation.
How do we integrate technology in a meaningful way that engages students and provides new opportunities that were never before possible?
This Opus, or learning track, will be led by John Mlynczak.
John Mlynczak offers an extensive range of experiences in music education and is a frequent national clinician. Mr. Mlynczak is President of the Technology Institute of Music Educators and Managing Director of Noteflight, a Hal Leonard company. John is also an Adjunct Professor of Music Technology at LSU, a Graduate Instructor at VanderCook College, and a Google Level-2 Certified Educator. Mr. Mlynczak is a passionate advocate for music education and technology, serving on the NAMM State Advocacy Coalition, the NAfME Advocacy Leadership Force, and is Advocacy Chairman for the Massachusetts Music Educators Association. Mr. Mlynczak holds degrees in music education, music performance, and educational leadership.
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If you would like to submit a session proposal for the upcoming 2019 Tennessee Music Educators Association Conference (April 10-13, 2019), please find the link below: Session proposals for the 2019 Tennessee Music Educators Association Conference (April 10-13, 2019) may be submitted here at TNMEA.org: The deadline for submission is September 30th, 2018. Please contact […]
TI:ME is thrilled to announce the Gold Standard composition category winners in the 2018 TI: ME Electronic Music Composition Contest. The contest received hundreds of entries and was judged by a panel of distinguished experts in the field of electronic Composition Contest Winners Announced. Grand Prize Winner:June Aino, Central Connecticut State University, Teacher: Charles MelocheHow […]
TI:ME is Presenting in 2019 at the TMEA Conference in San Antonio, Texas! The deadline for submitting session proposals is tomorrow, June 1st! Click here to submit your session proposal before the deadline!
TI:ME Ohio MEA 2019 Call for Proposals TI:ME invites you to submit a session for the 2019 Ohio Music Educators Association Professional Development Conference! All proposals must come through the conference portal. The portal allows a department chair to submit for multiple clinicians, so this is a great way to partner with other music teachers […]