Greetings to you and congrats to all the people who made our MMEA conference so successful. We had beautiful fall weather, amazing comradery, and lots of new ideas to take back to our classrooms. We are so lucky to have
Happy Halloween, MGMTA members! Dr. Jeremy Dittus made some modifications to his sessions in Missoula and has sent us updated session notes to reflect those concepts and activities. Download them here:
We had a great time in Missoula at the 81st MMEA Convention. MGMTA hosted Saxon Inabnit, Judy Fjell, and Sara Herdina as well as featured presenter Dr. Jeremy Dittus.
Session notes from Missoula are now available for download!
Hello, all you wonderful MGMTA members, Spring is in the air, children are squirming, and some of us are retiring! If you are retiring at the end of this year, or if you know of a music teacher who is
Hello, fellow MGMTA members! My name is Jennifer Skogley and I’m in my eighth year of teaching general music in Helena. I’ve been involved in music my whole life. That might sound like an exaggeration, but it’s really true.
Session notes from Dr. Carolyn Burns are available here.
Happy New Year, marvelous Montana music educators! My name is Abby Nyhof, and I’m the new “Communications Coordinator” for MGMTA. That means I have the privilege of managing this website, its new and improved blog, and soon enough, an increased
Hello MGMTA members, With Fall’s many activities, raking leaves, getting lost in corn mazes, and cooking applesauce, the highlight of this season has to be our Montana Music Educators Association conference every October. While the trees now stand bare, my
Dr. Sylvia Munsen at Great Falls High School, October 20-21, 2016