Music Education

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What kind of musical education do you have?

Poll closed Mar 10, 2004.
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  1. The Skull

    The Skull Power of the Force

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    What kind of musical education do you have?
  2. fidosax

    fidosax New Member

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    I have a BME in Music Ed (saxophone of course!)
  3. The Skull

    The Skull Power of the Force

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    Hey thats great, fidosax. So are you teaching now?
  4. jeaniesing

    jeaniesing Super Moderator Staff Member Super Mod

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    BS Music Ed...... and then some miscellaneous 40ish credits that somehow don't equal a Masters degree ;)
  5. M.O.T.E.

    M.O.T.E. New Member

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    I just pluk away and play..... :)
  6. djussy J

    djussy J New Member

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    Does a B Science count??? I did an elective music subject in amongst it. (It was worth 1 point out of the 70 needed for a degree)

    I have no real qualifications, but I teach sax at school as a break from Science, Maths & IT.
  7. jeaniesing

    jeaniesing Super Moderator Staff Member Super Mod

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    I think your fine edged sarcasm qualifies you quite well djussy ;)
  8. dcd

    dcd MB Tripper

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    me too :)
  9. djussy J

    djussy J New Member

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    So Jeanie, have you actually started "Officially" studying for a msters degree?
  10. Pol

    Pol Stuck on the M1 <img src="images/smilies/shakehead Staff Member Super Mod

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    None...just picked upthe guitar...buoght a little song book 20 yrs ago and i'm still pluckin away !
  11. jeaniesing

    jeaniesing Super Moderator Staff Member Super Mod

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    Nope...... should I be ashamed? I'm severely limited in my choices of study because I live in such a rural area..... I can do the principalship thing (NOT)... Plain old Education (not interested)... and Special Ed. (d'ya think I'd ever see a music class agin with that degree and our current shortage??) Sooooo....... until I can get a degree LOCALLY in ed. psych or p'r'aps computers? I'll stick with my mish-mosh of credits :)

    And how about you Dj?
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  12. djussy J

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    I have two degrees. I'd like to do the masters thing but I'm so busy trying to do everything at school that I'm flat out. I also work in a rural school, but we are 1 hour away from adelaide, so it's not that rural.

    I am currently adapting a series of maths books for South Australia for a major australian publishing company. Unfortunatley this absorbs every moment I have outside of work (hence I escape to MB!).

    I decided that if I did this, uit would be better for me than a masters degree and I get paid for the Job too!

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