R – I had the joy of presenting two workshops and a reading session for the New Hampshire Music Educators state conference yesterday and it was a blast. Wonderful to see former students-now-teachers, friends and colleagues as we talked shop together and had a great time doing so. For each workshop, I prepared an online pbworks site so that all the files and documents would be downloadable (is that an actual word?) and also so the participants would have instant access to links bringing them to even more resources and sites. It’s all public domain, including my stuff, so for anyone who’d like to access it all, here is the site I used:


The main page gives more information about the Maine Arts Assessment Initiative as well as the Summit on Arts Education we’re holding in July. At the bottom of that page are links to each of my sessions: “Chorus classrooms in the 21st Century”, and “Topics in Standards and Assessment: keeping it manageable, making it relevant!” If you care to access either of these, enjoy the resources and feel free to contact me with any questions or thoughts along the way: rwesterberg@yorkschools.org.

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  2. Zoe says:

    Thanks for presenting yesterday. It is always inspiring and thought-provoking to hear your perspective!

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