Teacher Symposium – In-Person and Virtual Options available
June 6-9, 2022
Butler University, Lilly Hall
9:00 am – 2:30 pm
Optional Extended Session is from 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
(Virtual Session begins two weeks after in-person sessions. The virtual format will be available for one month.)
Additional $15 for the extended session – Conducting Intensive with Joshua Pedde
An online platform will be available for virtual participants to submit questions and have discussions as they navigate through the recorded sessions.
Certificate of professional development hours completed will be provided.
Download the Symposium Flyer
We’re always evolving to meet the needs of our community of colleagues. Each year, the ICC Teacher Symposium designs new sessions and hosts special guest speakers! Every Symposium is different – join us this year for our 7th annual Symposium!
Now Available: Comfort Level Tracks
Split sessions will provide a choice based on the level of experience and comfort level with the session topic. Ex: Vocal Pedagogy for experienced singers, as well as an introduction to vocal technique for those teachers less experienced in the choral world!
The Symposium welcomes all music teachers and directors – from all backgrounds – schools, churches, community choirs, elementary through high school.
Symposium participants have the opportunity to observe the ICC’s SOAR Summer Music Camp student sessions and are welcome to attend the Choral Fest: SOAR concert performance on June 9, 2022, at 7:00 pm at Clowes Memorial Hall at Butler University. A complimentary ticket will be provided.
The 2022 Symposium will cover these topics and more:
- ICC’s New Curriculum and Published Resources
- Maintaining Personal Motivation in Our Field
- Social-Emotional Learning
- Kodály Methodology
- Beginning Teacher Concerns & Support
- Movement in the Choral Classroom
- Conducting Technique
- Vocal Pedagogy
- Conducting & Movement Connections
- And more!