The Philadelphia Music Alliance for Youth’s (PMAY) and School District of Philadelphia are presenting a virtual Shared Professional Development Day on May 13.
There will be nine presenters for interactive sessions that will will be on topics like:
- “The performance process” and performance psychology
- Student engagement through culturally-relevant pedagogy
- Autism in the classroom
- Online technology tools
- Beatmaking and digital music creation in your learning space
- and more!
Speakers include Dr. Suzanne Hall, the Associate Professor of Music Education at Temple University; Performance psychologist Noa Kageyama, a faculty member of The Juilliard School and the New World Symphony; Gregory Offner, a globally-recognized expert on performance; the Founder and CEO of Global Performance Institute; Dr. Zuly Inirio, an Afro-Latina opera singer, scholar, and mental health advocate in the arts; and Mark Wong, co-founder the award-winning educational ensemble Hip Hop Fundamentals. Read the the full speaker list and bios here.
Registration is required to attend. Please click on the link to check out all the sessions, and kindly register as soon as you are able. The last date to register is May 12th by noon.