MMEA

Working together for Music Education

The purpose of the Manitoba Music Educators' Association (MMEA) is to support and promote music education and provide a unified voice for music education in our communities.

Music for Life

We believe that the ultimate goal of music education is to foster independent and creative musicians, equipped for life long engagement with music and music making.

 

 
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Relationship + Community

We believe music education helps students create meaningful relationships with others. Music education has the potential to build a sense of community within a school as well as create connections in the wider community

Collaboration

We believe that collaborations among music educators and between educators, parents, music industry, educational leaders and other stakeholders are fundamental to the future advancement of music education initiatives.

Leadership

We believe our organization is most influential and effective when music educators speak with a united voice. We value cooperation with school divisions, provincial and national professional organizations and governments.

Professionalism

We believe that music education should be taught by professionally trained music educators with proficient knowledge and skills in the areas of music performance, pedagogy and musicianship. We value, encourage, and promote ongoing professional development.

Research

We believe that students are best served through research based practices that support Music Educators' instructional decision-making, as well as historical and philosophical research that provides perspective in designing curriculum to meet the needs of students and communities.

Advocacy

We believe that the best advocacy for music education is strong music programs. We believe it is the responsibility of the MMEA to individually and collectively take all practical and appropriate action steps to promote the mission and values of the organization.

Nature of Music

We value music as a unique discipline requiring specific knowledge and skills, the development of which is nurtured by pedagogically sound musical experiences.

Opportunity

We believe that every student has the right to a high quality music education that engages students of diverse backgrounds, abilities, and experiences in music making.

Music Making

We believe that active engagement in music making through singing, playing, listening, conducting, composing, arranging and improvising is central to music learning and the development of musicianship.

Events

Music Month
May 2018
Information now available >>

MUSIC MONDAY
2018 information is not available at this time.
Website >>

TEMPO 2018
Friday, October 19, 2018
Application forms for Session Presenters and Student Chamber Ensembles
now available here >>. Deadline: Feb 16, 2018

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AMAM Leadership Conference

10th Annual
Thursday, Oct 19, 2017
Centre culturel franco-manitobain
340 Provencher Blvd, Winnipeg

Presenters
Alvin Law: The Miracle Of Music, Motivational Speaker

Registration
Deadline: Friday, Oct 6, 2017

Brochure with fillable form

Details >>