Why work with Segue Consulting Partners?
Looking for practical, research-based support for your music or extra-curricular programs? With more than three decades of administrative and classroom experience, we’re here to partner in your work to maximize student learning! Segue Consulting Partners offers a variety of dynamic services tailored to meet your needs:
- Standards-based music curriculum development
- One-day workshops on a variety of music-related topics
- Onsite professional development in music – clinics or workshops,
Professional Learning Communities (PLCs), ongoing coaching and support
- Field study workshops for educators – travel, learning, fun!
- Student surveys for athletics and other extra-curricular activities – ideal for every school looking to understand and improve extra-curricular programs
Contact Us to inquire about bringing the experience and expertise of Segue Consulting Partners to your school or district.
What are our clients saying?
Annie, Minneapolis, MN - January 2015
“This workshop was full of useful examples and ideas. Assessment has been something I've wanted to improve on, and now I feel like I have tons of ideas to work with. I'm much more confident about what I'm doing!”
Susan Porter, Platte, SD
“Until today, I have dreaded sitting through another standards based workshop. After spending the day with Wendy and Christine, I am excited and anxious to take my new tools home and get to work!”
Cheryl Jeska, Marshall, MN
“Wow! I am convinced that in just one day Wendy and Christine significantly lowered my blood pressure on a topic that previously caused much consternation! Awesome presenters on a timely topic… liberating information to music teachers at any level of experience!”
Sue Anderson, Cambridge, MN
“The day was full of great reminders and motivating for me to do my best to motivate each student.”
Lisa, West Fargo, ND - November 2014
“This was a fun day filled with a lot of useful information - by far the best 'music conference' company. It is so nice to have information that applies to me and that I can use to improve my instruction, and ultimately make music more meaningful for my students.”