Mildred Yi
Lecturer, Music Education

Music Education (on leave, Fall quarter 2019)

Mildred Yi serves as lecturer in Music Education where she works primarily works with music teacher candidates for the Single Subject Teaching Credential in Music for California schools.

As a music teacher educator, she has presented research and clinics at state, national and international conferences in topics including: Designing Learning Using Multimedia Cases for Developing Pedagogical Content Knowledge; Practice Teacher Performance Assessment; Gender Issues in Hiring Practice of Music Educators, and Instrumental Conducting for Music Education Students. Mildred Yi currently holds a faculty position at Vanguard University of Southern California, where serves as Conductor of University Orchestra, Coordinator of Music Education, and co-directs the Chamber Music Consortium. She has also served as guest conductor for Newport Mesa Schools’ All-District Orchestra Festivals and has hosted and adjudicated Solo & Ensemble Festivals.

Yi holds Ed.D and Ed.M in Music and Music Education from Teachers College at Columbia University; a M.M. in Instrumental Conducting from San Francisco State University; and a B.A. in Music from the University of California at Berkeley.

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