We have several updates to our KCM workshops, including an exciting partnership with several MKMEA chapters. Please register for this important, relevant workshop series with Amy Lewis!
Profits will be donated to a midwest civil rights organization.
Click here to register and pay online.
KCM is partnering with the Chicago Area Kodaly Educators on a miniseries with Amy Lewis, continuing the work on the topic of race in the music classroom. Be sure to sign up for the full two-part miniseries! Workshops will be held as two interactive webinars on Thursday, 7/30/2020 & 8/6/2020, from 1:00 – 3:00 pm, CDT. Check out the CAKE workshop webpage to register and access resources!
Part 1: Engaging in Critical Race Theory in the Music Classroom
Critical Race Theory (CRT) provides a lens to critically consider how race effects everyday life. Participants will engage and further understand the three tenets of Critical Race Theory (ordinariness, counter-narratives, and intersectionality), and how they relate to the music classroom.
Part 2: Practical Applications of CRT in the Music Classroom
Participants will continue to explore and discuss explicit connections to practical applications in the music classroom, as well as the current unrest we are experiencing.
The cost of the two-part miniseries is $20 for OAKE Members, and $30 for Non-OAKE Members. Profits will be donated to a midwest civil rights organization.
If you attended the April 2020 CAKE workshop on Critical Race Theory, you are welcome to just register for part 2 of the miniseries for $10 for OAKE Members, and $15 for Non-OAKE Members.
This miniseries is co-sponsored by:
CAKE – Chicago Area Kodály Educators
KCM – Kodály Chapter of Minnesota
KEI – Kodály Educators of Iowa
KMEK – Kodály Music Educators of Kansas
NoCKA – North Coast Kodály Association
TRIKE – Tri-City Kodály Educators of Ohio