AFPC/NCEA Webinar - Technology and Sacred Music

Technology has quickly made it into the hands of teachers and students around the world. But where does it fit into education and sacred music? In this webinar, Theresa Ducassoux will introduce participants to various tech tools that can be utilized in music education to build community, share exemplars, support music reading, and connect with students inside and outside of the classroom. Participants will learn how to use tools such as Flipgrid and Google Apps for Education to enhance their music teaching to best impact student learning.


Presented by: Theresa Ducassoux ​​​ Band & Orchestra Director

Theresa Ducassoux is currently a music educator in Arlington, Virginia. She spent the first 13-years of her career teaching music in a variety of settings in Southeast Pennsylvania and was a guest conductor for the Archdiocesan Elementary Music Festivals in Philadelphia, PA. Theresa has a bachelor's degree in music education from Penn State University and a master's degree in instrumental conducting from West Chester University. She is also a Google for Education Certified Trainer. As a member of the Personalized Learning Design Team in Arlington, Theresa frequently incorporates technology into her teaching as a way to enhance and personalize student learning. Theresa blogs at and can found on Twitter, @TDucassoux.