At Edgewood college it is also possible to receive all three music licenses, and we also require 3 separate nine-week student teaching placements. You can do 9 consecutive weeks, or 18 weeks, half days on each placement. You still need more than a semester to do the 3 of them. I hope this helps.
Beatriz E. Aguilar, PhD
Associate Professor, Music Department
1000 Edgewood College Drive
At UW Oshkosh it is possible to receive all three music licenses by meeting the specific course and competency requirements for each of them. It does require 3 separate nine-week student teaching placements.
Kenneth L. Liske, Ph.D.
Wisconsin Music Educators Association President
Director of Choral and General Music Education
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Department of Music
800 Algoma Boulevard, Oshkosh, WI 54901
office: Arts & Communication Center N228
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On Nov 7, 2007, at 10:55 AM, Hilree Hamilton wrote:
I thought that this message would go to everyone on the list, but if it
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Thanks so much,
I'm seeking some information and hope that all of you can help me out.
First, do you have the possibility of students majoring in Instrumental
Music Ed., Choral Music Ed., and Elementary General? Different schools
may call it different things, here at River Falls, it is possible for
students to get a K-12 Choral or Instrumental degree and then double major
by doing about a year of extra course work to get the other degree as
well. They are expected to do two senior recitals and also to complete 9
weeks of student teaching in each of the three areas of secondary choral,
secondary instrumental and elementary general. I hope that all of that
In addition to knowing if there is a possibility at your schools to get
degrees allowing for all three licensures, if you do, do you require the
three 9 week student placements?
Sorry to take time from your busy schedules to respond to this, but I
would be very happy for any information that you can send me.
Hilree J. Hamilton, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of Music Education
University of Wisconsin-River Falls
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