Private Consultation Services

2 time GRAMMY Nominated Music Educator John Churchville provides personalized private consultation for music teachers:

  • New and innovative teaching strategies, music lessons, timesaving tips and organizational methods for strengthening your elementary music program 
  • The best hands-on music resources and materials to enhance your music programs 
  • Proven techniques for integrating technology into the general music and instrumental music classroom including fun tools that teach theory, musical literacy and enhanced listening 
  • Practical strategies for creating original music with your elementary students, both in group and individual settings

 

Music Education Consulting Services with John Churchville
Service Title Description* Rate
Personal Development Day One-on-one in person consultation and professional development 6-8 hours. $800 + Travel and Lodging
Personal Development Day in Ann Arbor, MI. One-on-one in person consultation and professional development in Ann Arbor, MI. 6-8 hours. $600
Phone/Video Conferencing One (1) hour consultation over the phone. $100
  *One Free hour of phone consultation is included with every service level.  

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Professional Development Services

 

John provides Professional Development Seminars for Elementary Music teachers all over the country through the Bureau of Education & Research (BER).

 

 

Accelerate Student Success in Your ELEMENTARY MUSIC PROGRAM Innovative Strategies, Engaging Lessons and Cutting-Edge Activities (Grades K-6)

[Click Here for more details on the BER Website]

[Download the official BROCHURE .PDF HERE.]

“John presented the most inspirational seminar I’ve attended in years. Can’t wait to get back to my classroom and try these ideas out with my students.”
– Melissa Ferrie-Healy, K-5 Vocal Teacher

“John is very engaging and knowledgeable! I feel like I can tackle music technology now with a little more ease.“ 
– Mary Abba-Gleason, Choral Teacher

“I loved John’s seminar! I got many useful ideas that I can use right away and others that I can learn to use with my students in the future.“ 
– Stacey Gilcreast, Music Teacher