TI:ME carries out numerous professional development activities each year. Foremost among them are it’s conferences, webinars, courses, certification programs, and it’s leadership academy. Additional professional development activities are available through its other programs: website, newsletter, awards, research, and chapters.
TI:ME holds an annual national conference, most recently in conjunction with the Texas Music Educators Association each February.
TI:ME holds a central regional conference with the Ohio Music Educators Association each January.
TI:ME held it’s first northeast regional conference with NYSSMA in December of 2015.
TI:ME held it’s first micro conference with Tennessee in April of 2015.
TI:ME held a joint conference with NAfME in Nashville in October of 2015.
TI:ME’s conference will be expanding in future years. See the TI:ME web site for upcoming announcements.
TI:ME holds free monthly webinars on various topics in music technology for its members. Sign into the site to see the list of links and free registration information.
TI:ME has written approximately ten courses which help music teachers learn and use technology in the classroom. Course topics include notation, production, instruments, instructional software and apps, multimedia, and systems.
TI:ME recognizes the achievements of music teachers who complete level 1 and level 2 music technology courses through a certification program. Alternative certification is available for level 1 courses. Members and non-members can see our list of sites.
Every year TI:ME invites a group of undergraduate and graduate music students to attend music technology training at it’s national conference. Students who are accepted receive an expense paid trip.