WHEN: Saturday, October 16 from 9:00am-1:00pm
WHERE: Hunziker Hall, William Paterson University or Virtually! (If attending virtually, Zoom link will be emailed prior to the workshop time).
REGISTER: To register for the session please visit our registration page
Lorelei Batislaong is a 14-year veteran of the elementary music classroom. She received a BM in
Music with teacher certification from Southwest Texas State University and a MM in
Instrumental Conducting from Texas State University. She served on the American Orff-
Schulwerk Association National Board of Trustees as Region III Representative and is a former
chair of the AOSA Diversity and Inclusion committee. Lorelei is the State Director of the Texas
affiliate of the National Association for Music Education and is the Deputy Director of
Decolonizing the Music Room. Along with presenting local, state and national clinics, Lorelei is completing a Ph.D. in Music and Human Learning at The University of Texas at Austin. Her research interests include: Teacher decision-making, inclusivity in the music classroom and the teaching profession, and generally wondering why everything is the way it is and how it could be better.