National Piano Foundation Scholarship ApplicationMTNA’s Pedagogy Saturday RMM Teaching TrackChicago Marriott DowntownChicago, IllinoisMarch 22, 2014
Thanks in part to a generous grant from the NAMM Foundation, the National Piano Foundation is offering a limited number of scholarships up to $500 to MTNA member piano teachers who are interested in and committed to learning more about Recreational Music Making (RMM), and developing an RMM program for their studio and/or their community. These scholarships are to be used for travel, lodging, membership and registration fees and other costs associated with attending MTNA’s 2014 “Pedagogy Saturday RMM Track” event.
The RMM Teaching Track at Pedagogy Saturday 2014 is an excellent opportunity for piano teachers to learn about RMM teaching, with a variety of topics and presenters that include:
To be considered for a scholarship, applicants:
Scholarship applicants must submit:1) a short application form 2) a resume of their teaching experience, and 3) a 500-word essay on why they want to pursue RMM teacher training and how they plan to implement a program in their local community.
Scholarship awardees must sign an agreement stating they will adhere to the following requirements of receiving the scholarship:
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