MusicEdConnect is an opportunity for teachers to attend a national conference online, without travel expenses.  Since sessions are live, attendees can connect with the presenter to ask questions, just as a conference.  Want to watch a session again? No problem.  View video archives online.  Connect and network with teachers who were also in the session to find out how they applied the ideas.  Is your favorite part of a convention the showcases and exhibits?  No problem!  We have those, too.  Best of all, you don’t have to leave home and can sit in your most comfortable chair in your pajamas, if you wish.

Michelle Sisler

At a very young age, Michelle discovered her talent and love for music. Through Michelle’s creative and fun teaching style, she has effectively taught piano to many students (ages ranging from 6 to 83). Michelle’s use of technology and creative teaching materials have gained her national recognition and a unique place at the forefront of music education. Her materials allow teachers to incorporate technology into music lessons. Michelle has presented sessions at The National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy, Music Teachers National Association conference, and various state conferences and local groups. She has written technology articles for Keyboard Companion, a series of technology articles in Clavier, and reviews in American Music Teacher. Michelle has co-authored Studio Makeover, Technology “Addition”®, Double Click Curriculum®, Are We There Yet? A Musical Journey Around the Globe®, Road Trip: America the Beautiful, and Sebastian Sharp and the Case of the Missing Manuscript, all available from Keys to Imagination LLC.

Linda Christensen

Linda Christensen teaches applied piano, group piano, and music technology at Wayne State College in Wayne, Nebraska. She is in high demand as a clinician and has presented numerous national and international workshops focusing on the integration of technology into music

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