Dear OMEA Members: The 2017/2018 Winter issue of Triad is now available for your consumption. This is a very exciting issue with some great content in all areas. As is the tradition, the issue contains a great preview of our … Continue reading The Winter TRIAD is Live!
If you haven’t done so already, check out the OMEA Apparel Store HERE! Get yourself some gear to wear to the 2018 OMEA PDC, to an adjudicated event, or just out to have fun! There’s a wide array of men’s … Continue reading Have you ordered your OMEA apparel yet?!? Available until October 31st!!
How is your Latin? I had three years of it, yet was stumped when the four words ars longa, vita brevis appeared today in Education Week’s article “The Arts Have Much More to Teach Us.” After 50 years of arts-learning … Continue reading Selected Readings from Jim Dowdy, OMEA Music Education Advocacy Chair
OMEA is excited to announce that the first Triad of the 2017-2018 academic year is now available to download from the OMEA website HERE. It is so incredibly easy to access and immerse yourself in the information contained in the … Continue reading Fall 2017 TRIAD Now Available!
Music teachers have long recognized a relationship between performing music and language development. Read this article about opera singer Reyna Gordon, who began asking questions such as “What happens in our brains when we listen to music?” and “What happens in my … Continue reading Selected Readings from Jim Dowdy, OMEA Music Education Advocacy Chair
OMEA Executive Director Roger Hall accepting the Lowell Mason Award Roger and Jennie Hall at the NAfME National Assembly after accepting the Lowell Mason Award. OMEA Executive Director Roger Hall stands with past Lowell Mason Scholars OMEA … Continue reading OMEA and OCMEA Photo Highlights from the NAfME National Assembly
Dear OMEA Member and/or 2017 OMEA Conference Clinician, As the year comes to a close, don’t forget about the May 31 deadline for the following Professional Development Conference items: 2018 PDC Session Proposal Applications (Online Portal) LINK – There is a … Continue reading Important OMEA PDC Deadlines Approaching!!
As music teachers, we’ve known for years about the important role our subject takes in meeting the needs and interests of our students. In this opinion piece from The Hechinger Report, Bobby Riley and Cheri Sterman talk about the importance of … Continue reading Recommended Readings from Jim Dowdy
The 2017 edition of Teaching Guitar Workshop is coming to Gahanna-Lincoln High School in a few months. This five-day Level 1 workshop will take place July 10-14. It is designed for K-12 music educators that want to start or enhance a … Continue reading NAfME Summer Guitar Workshop
Too many times we feel as if decision-makers consider our subject area non-essential and unimportant. In this article from Education Week Teacher, Nancy Flanagan talks about the importance of music and the arts, and offers reasons why they are so important and should be included in the school day. Jim Dowdy Continue reading Recommended Reading from Jim Dowdy, OMEA Music Education Advocacy Chair