Thursday, April 15, 2010

PSME holds National Music Education Seminar-Workshop 2010

The Philippine Society for Music Education (PSME) held a National Education Seminar-Workshop last April 6 to 8, 2010. The seminar bore its theme “Enhancing Musical and Pedagogical Skills and Resources for Classroom Teaching” that leveled up educators’ basic when it comes to singing, choral organization, and instruments playing.

The workshop had shared broad range of cross-cultural instructional music materials to teachers and updated them on trends and approaches in classroom music instruction.

The delegates on the seminar-workshop were music, arts, physical education and health (MAPEH) teachers, supervisors, and school administrators from both public and private elementary and secondary schools.

Established in 1971, the Philippine Society for Music Education is dedicated to the advancement of music education. With a membership of hundreds of music teachers, musicians, school music administrators, and students, it seeks to provide directions towards creative and effective music instruction on the pre-school, elementary, and secondary levels. It is committed to raising the level of consciousness on the role of music in the aesthetic development of the Filipino, in the formation, preservation, and transmission of cultural heritage, and in the development of nationhood.

The event was made possible by the efforts of Philippine Society for Music Education (PSME) led by President Leticia G. del Valle together with the organization’s officers and members.

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