|FA SEM 15||EDU 32300 11||Methods of Teaching Elementary School Music|
|FA SEM 15||MUS 24200 11||Music Theory II|
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Katherine Herrell earned a bachelor of arts in music from Truman State University where she studied voice with R. Paul Crabb and Jacqueline Collett. Her master of business administration studies at Maryville University were completed during her years working for Anheuser-Busch, Inc. where she was involved in project communications, training, and change management. Herrell returned to her passion for music and for teaching and earned a master of arts in education from Lindenwood University and worked as a music specialist teaching grades pre-K through middle school. She has been active in liturgical music for over 30 years. Herrell started teaching at Lindenwood University in January 2008 as an adjunct instructor. She served as a part-time faculty member beginning in 2011 before joining the full-time faculty in January 2012. She earned her Doctor of Education degree in 2014. The title of her dissertation was The Development and Validation of a Rubric to Assess Undergraduate Solo Vocal Performances and to Enhance Feedback to the Performer to Improve Future Performances. She is also a member of several professional organizations including the Missouri Music Education Association, The National Association of Music Educators (MENC), the Society for Music Teacher Education, and the American Orff-Schulwerk Society (St. Louis Chapter).
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