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IMEA Members – Here is an opportunity for YOU to participate in the future of your association!


Sign up as an IMEA fall recruitment campaign volunteer!


We want to represent all music educators in Iowa. And to be truly able to represent them, we need to engage them! With more music educators getting involved in IMEA and NAfME, meeting content becomes richer. Programs are more successful. And EVERYONE learns more. Know a colleague that should be a part of what we’re doing? Now’s the time to ask them!


Sign up on or before August 31, 2014. No previous volunteer experience is required. And when you DO sign up, we will contact you to arrange for “virtual” training with your colleagues. Then you’ll be ready for a fun volunteer experience that is expected to begin approximately September 1st and end on or around December 15th.


A FREE membership renewal. Invite five non-members you know to join the association. And when they do, you can have YOUR next membership renewal paid for!

To sign up (or for more information, a volunteer job description, and instructions), just click here, send us your contact information, and let us know you’d like to volunteer. Thanks for your help!


Note: This message has been approved for distribution by NAfME on behalf of the Iowa Music Educators Association. Questions concerning this campaign may be directed to Peter Doherty or Adriane Darvishian at NAfME Headquarters or Martha Kroese with IMEA.

Iowa MEA

Iowa Wesleyan College will host a 2 ½ day workshop with Carol Krueger, “Developing the Independent Musician”  June 23-25th

View the full brochure here.

Check-in will be held on the main floor of Old Main on the Iowa Wesleyan College campus. Please register online by going to www.iwc.edu/exl and clicking on “Class Registration.” Please contact Margaret Runaas at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have any questions.

The workshop will take place in Room 300 on the 3rd


floor of Old Main.

601 N Main Street

Mount Pleasant, IA 52641

Iowa MEA

The 2014 NAfME All-National Honor Ensembles the applications are open, the application deadline is May 16, 2014.  This year the process will again be completed through Acceptd.com.  The applications are set up so that students can complete the application, pay the fee, and upload audition materials on their own.  Once the application is complete, the student’s director will receive an e-mail through the Acceptd requesting an endorsement of the student’s application.  One of the benefits of using Acceptd is the ability for students to complete a profile and upload media that may also be used for them to apply directly to college and university music programs.  This online platform also allows reviewers and the selection committee to complete the selection process virtually.

To see the new topic, follow this link: http://execrecital.nafme.org/topic849-2014-allnational-honor-ensembles.aspx

Iowa MEA

On-line registration is now available for Drake University's Comprehensive Musicianship Project (CMP) course, which will be offered June 24-27.  CMP brings K-12 band, chorus, orchestra, and general music teachers together for a four-day workshop that consists of demonstration rehearsals and classes, presentations, and small group discussion, as well as substantial time devoted by each participant to the formulation of a teaching plan usable in the coming school year.

CMP is a planning process, not a curriculum.  The CMP model (music selection, analysis, outcomes, strategies, assessment) aligns perfectly with the Iowa Core, which schools throughout the state are mandated to implement.  Our CMP team can guide you with concrete ways of thinking and planning that insure inclusion of the Iowa Core concepts in your music classes and performing ensembles.

Read more: Summer 2014 Comprehensive Musicianship Project at Drake

Iowa MEA

Dear Iowa Music Educator,

As a music teacher for more than twenty-years, teaching exclusively students with severe behavior disorders, I can certainly relate to the challenges you face in your classroom with students who have disruptive behaviors. I would like to know what you are faced with on a regular basis because there is such little research in our field concerning behavior challenges in music education—it is really important to document what the actual data is from current music teachers.

Read more: Music Educator Survey Assistance Request

Iowa MEA

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