Herbert Marshall, Ph.D., joins the Kent State University Music Education faculty as a specialist in early childhood and general music teacher education. He holds degrees from Michigan State University, Syracuse University, and Temple University and taught for 11 years in upstate New York. He has completed teacher education courses in Orff-Schulwerk, Music Learning Theory, Weikart, and Laban. He is the author of Strategies for Success in Musical Theatre, and serves on the Music Educators Journal’s advisory board. Other publications include book chapters in texts from Oxford, GIA, and Rowman & Littlefield, as well as journal articles. He has led workshops and presentations throughout the United States as well as in Malaysia, South Africa, Lithuania, Spain, and Scotland. Dr. Marshall is an active clinician, consultant, and conductor and teaches workshops for the Gordon Institute for Music Learning.
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