Recent MIE NewsBlog Postings by NEC Guided Interns & MIE Faculty
New @ the MIE NewsBlog
NewsBlog Writers for Fall '11
Our MIE NewsBlog team is expanding! Welcome NEC students Devin Ulibarri, JuHye Lee, Katheryn Naler, Melody Jenkins, Katy LaFleur, Lauren Flaherty, Rob Flax, Pui Duangpon, and NEC-MIE Alumnus Andrew Gushiken, as they post documentation and reflections from (respectively) the Josiah Quincy Upper School and Atrium School.
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Fall Registration Begins Soon!MIE Courses to be announced soon!
Are you doing any teaching this semester? Whether you are volunteering at a community center, doing performance outreach, TA-ing a Theory class, teaching private lessons, or doing something else in education ... come talk to Randy Wong about courses or internships that can help you get the teaching experience you crave.
Research Internships AvailableWork at the CMIE Research Center
We are now accepting applications & Internship Proposals for those who are interested in combining their MIE Internship with a work-study/student aide position. Limited positions available! Please contact Randy Wong, Director of MIE Guided Internship Programs, if you are interested. Call: 617-585-1299 or drop by the CMIE Program Office in JH 315.
The MIENC-LLSN Online Digital Portfolio System is now showcasing Learning Laboratory School Network Digital Portfolios from around the U.S. Portfolios are available for public viewing; just visit digitalportfolios.music-in-education.org.
This Spring (2011), MIE@NEC celebrates its 5th annual Online Portfolio Showcase, to highlight the accomplishments and learning practices of our students. Excerpts of student portfolios will be assembled into 'best practice' and 'process-oriented' portfolios and displayed here on the MIE@NEC website. Portfolio work will be chosen on an "opt-in" basis. See the Portfolio Showcase
Each semester, MIE students can be found doing a wide variety of internships, from conducting their own research projects via the MIE Research Center to teaching private lessons, coaching youth ensembles, conducting Artist Outreach, or exploring connections between literacy and music. Find out how you can become a part of MIE@NEC's successful Guided Internship Program.
Do it now!
Jazz drummer Richie Barshay, speaks about his involvement in the MIE Concentration and his experiences as a teaching artist abroad. Read