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Kent State University Online Master of Music in Music Education
Dr. Wendy K. Matthews, the Program Coordinator for the Online Master of Music in Music Education, shares her ideas for motivating your ensemble in her blog post for the National Association for Music Education. Motivating Your Ensemble: Ignite a Spark! By NAfME Member Wendy K. Matthews When making music with others, the ense…
Kent State University Online Master of Music in Music Education
Dr. Wendy K. Matthews, the Program Coordinator for the Online Master of Music in Music Education, shares her ideas for music games for your beginning ensembles in her blog post for the National Association for Music Education. Strengthen, Motivate, and Play: Music Games for Your Beginning Ensembles! By NAfME Members Wendy K. Matthews and Joy O’Day-Bianch…
Kent State University Online Master of Music in Music Education
Dr. Wendy K. Matthews, the Program Coordinator for the Online Master of Music in Music Education, shares her ideas for infusing creativity into next your ensemble rehearsal in her blog post for the National Association for Music Education. Infusing Creativity into Your Next Ensemble Rehearsal! By NAfME Members Wendy K. Matthews, BethAnn Hepburn, and Eliz…
Kent State University Music Education Masters Online Degree Graduate
Let’s all welcome Dr. Jasmine Hines to Kent State University as a new assistant professor in the music education department! “I’m delighted to welcome Jasmine to the School of Musi…
BREAKING DOWN BUSINESS – PODCASTING WITH KENT STATE’S COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
On this episode of Kent State University’s College of Business Podcast, Breaking Down Business, hear from Amy Grincewicz, Ph.D., director of instructional designer for the College of Business Administration. Amy shares about the progress the college has made in seeking Quality MattersTM (QM) Certification for online courses to provide high-quality instruction to students.
Woman elementary school teacher testing talking to girl. Education, individual learning, child psychology
Educational psychology involves both teaching and learning. But how does that work? It works because educational psychology is concerned with the scientific study of human learning. How a child or adult learner actually learns, while identifying learning, social or behavioral issues that can also impede learning. Finding a Specific Definition Educational Psychology at Kent State University is “a field for those interested in the application of psychologi…
Dr. Sara Bayramzadeh named recipient of the Kent State University New Faculty Outstanding Research and Scholarship Award
Kent State University has announced the recipients of the New Faculty Outstanding Research and Scholarship Award (New ORSA). These awards recognize the hard work and dedication of faculty who have been at Kent State for 10 years or less and are sponsored by the University Research Council.