Course Lecturer (MUGT 354-001)

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Hiring Unit: Department of Music Research

Faculty: Schulich School of Music

Course: MUGT 354-001: Music for Children (3 credits)

Term: Winter 2023

Schedule/Location: Mondays at 11:35 a.m. – 2:25 p.m. in Education Building, room 115

Remuneration: Based on salary scale for 3 credits according to MCLIU Appendix 1.

Teaching Qualification Requirements:

  • Education

    M.A. or M.Ed.(Music Education preferred)

  • Experience

    Teaching experience in the specific field at the post-secondary level

  • Other

    Expert knowledge and professional experience in Orff, Kodály and/or Dalcroze methodologies and the Quebec Education Program (Elementary Music); strong organizational skills

Posting Date: November 24, 2022
Application Deadline: November 27, 2022, 11:59 p.m.

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Hiring Unit:

Music Research

Course Title:

Music for Children

Subject Code:

MUGT 354-001


Education Building, Room 115


Mon., 11:35 am-02:25 pm

Deadline to Apply:


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