Conn-Selmer's Division of Education is dedicated to supporting instrumental music around the world. Our educational program team is continuously working to better serve instrumental music educators. Scroll below to learn more about the specific music educational programs supported by Conn-Selmer.
Why Should You Attend Conn-Selmer Institute Connect 2021?
Conn-Selmer Institute has long been the gold-standard in professional development for music educators. This year will be no exception! With an exciting docket of 90+ new LIVE online clinic presentations highlighting the most relevant content shared by the iconic leaders in our profession. Conn-Selmer Institute Connect offers:
A series of unforgettable interviews spotlighting our musical heroes.
A program of evening concerts featuring the most revered performers on today’s stages!
Areas of focus include: band, strings, new teacher, collegiate, music administration, marching arts, student leadership, and parent booster!
The Conn-Selmer Division of Education has an expert team of master educators and world-class artists ready to support you and your community. These carefully selected leaders are eager to promote your schools and help advance your instrumental music programs. Our lineup of experienced professionals are available to help with:
Guest Conducting and Program Evaluation Topics Include: Band & Orchestra Pedagogy, Color Guard, Marching Arts, Master Class, Rehearsal Techniques, and Repertoire Selection
Professional Development Topics Include: Fundraising, Grant Writing, Marketing, Instrument Inventory Management, Financial Planning, Program Evaluation, Consultation, and Board Development
Community Support Topics Include: Advocacy, Building a Booster Program, Keynote Address, Parent Education, Recruitment & Retention, and Student Leadership
Administrative Support Topics Include: Evaluation & Assessment, Professional Development Strategies, and Business Management
Job Readiness for Students & Young Educators Topics Include: Interviewing & Resume Building, Balancing Your Personal & Professional Life, and Strategies for the First Five Years of Teaching