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2015 Symposium Early Bird Registration Rate Ending August 1st

There are just a few days left to register at the early bird rate for the 2015 Symposium on Music Teacher Education.  Visit the official 2015 Symposium page at smte.us/2015 to download the registration form. Forms must be received by fax or mail by August 1st to receive the early bird registration rate. For questions about registration, please contact symposium@smte.us. See you in Greensboro! … Continue Reading

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2015 Symposium Accommodations Information Available

The Conference Host Hotel for 2015 is the Marriott Greensboro Downtown. To receive the special rate of $129.00 per night, please reserve your room directly with the Marriott. You may call them at 336-379-8000 and mention the group name, “Music Teacher Education Symposium.” If booking through the Marriott website, use the group code GSMGSMA when selecting your reservation dates. Rooms will be held … Continue Reading

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Proposal Decisions for 2015 Symposium Now Released

The review of proposals for the 2015 Symposium on Music Teacher Education is now complete! The primary author of each proposal should have received a notification with the reviewers' decision. Authors of accepted proposals must confirm their intent to present using the link in the notification email or from the 2015 Symposium page. If you are a primary author and did not receive a notification by … Continue Reading

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2015 Symposium Registration Now Open

Registration is now open for the 2015 Symposium on Music Teacher Education: Toward a Stronger, Richer Community. Please visit the 2015 Symposium Page for details, including the downloadable registration form. Note that the early bird registration with the lowest fee has a deadline of August 1st. Authors who submitted proposals will be notified of reviewer decisions and program selection by June … Continue Reading

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Proposal Review Now Underway for SMTE 2015

The review of proposals has begun for the 2015 Symposium on Music Teacher Education. We received 308 proposals--a new record for this event! All proposals will be blind-reviewed by a committee of teacher educators drawn from the SMTE Executive Board and ASPA Facilitators. Decisions will be announced and authors notified by June 15th, 2015. For all information and updates about the 2015 Symposium, … Continue Reading

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Proposal Submission for SMTE 2015 Now Closed

We received over 300 proposals for the 2015 Symposium on Music Teacher Education--the largest group of submissions ever! The proposal submission period is now closed. Primary authors who submitted a proposal should have received an automated confirmation by email. If you did not receive a confirmation or experienced any technical difficulties, please contact communications@smte.us immediately. … Continue Reading

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