Learning Through Teaching

Learning Through Teaching: Student Teaching Challenges and Opportunities Janine Kolinski, a 2012 music education graduate, reflects on her student teaching experience. Where did you student teach? I student taught with two different traveling music teachers. So, I actually taught at four different schools: Slinger Middle School, Slinger High School, Slinger Elementary, and Allenton Elementary. How [Continue Reading…]

Music and Seminary: A Very Compatible Duo

2010 Graduate Andrew Mosier recently answered some questions regarding his current seminary training in Pennsylvania. What have you been doing since your graduation?  Since graduation I have gotten married, moved to Pennsylvania, started working at Chick-fil-A, started working on my M.Div. at Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, begun work towards my counseling certification with CCEF (Christian [Continue Reading…]

Recent Grad, Micah Lomax, Reflects on Grad School Experience

Micah Lomax graduated from Maranatha in 2010 with a BS degree in Music Education. Micah was accepted at Florida State University as a Graduate Teaching Assistant, and he recently completed his MA in Music Theory. Additionally, Micah was privileged to be inducted into Pi Kappa Lambda which is the only national honors society for music. [Continue Reading…]

Alumnus Christina Brier on Grad School, Personal Discipline, and Cross-Country Skiing

Alumnus Christina Brier (’11) has now completed her first semester of graduate study in Harp Performance at the Eastman School of Music, and she recently gave some insight on her experience there. What is a typical day like for you? Between practicing, orchestra/wind ensemble rehearsal, chamber coaching, technique class, and studio class, I often play [Continue Reading…]