Elizabeth Sokolowski is Head of the Music Education Division of the School of Music at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pa. She is responsible for the curricular components of the Music Education Program, and teaches graduate-level courses in K-12 Music, Curriculum Design, Assessment, Music Pedagogy and Methodology, and Music Technology.
A graduate of Temple University with a Bachelor of Music in Music Education degree, she has attended graduate studies at the University of the Arts, West Chester and Villanova universities, and earned a master's degree at St. Joseph's University from the Educational Leadership and Educational Administrative and Supervisory Program. Sokolowski holds a Pennsylvania Instructional II Teaching Certificate and a Pennsylvania Administrative and Supervisory Certificate.
In addition to her role at the University of the Arts, Sokolowski presents at state and national music conferences and provides professional development and in-service sessions for music educators on Current Trends in Music Education, Music Technology Integration, Curriculum Design and Development, and 21st Century Learning and Creativity in Music Education.
She is published in the Pennsylvania and Alabama Music Educators Association journals and TI:ME National publications, solely and in collaboration with Ralph Ford, Professor of Bands at Troy University.
She holds membership in the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association, the Music Educators National Conference, the Technology Institute for Music Educators, the National Band Association, and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.