Singing and Playing Virtually: Engaging Music Makers in an Online Environment
The coming school year has posed some anxious questions for music educators: What will the 2020-2021 school year look like for students in our music classes? Will we be physically with the students, teaching through the computer, or navigating a hybrid model of school? How can we engage children in active music making with an online experience? In this session we will learn about and explore online tools like acapella, Chrome Music Lab, and Sound Trap that facilitate children singing, playing, and creating in a virtual music class.
Tanya LeJeune lives in Denver, Colorado and has completed her twenty-fourth year of teaching music. She has taught K– 8th grade general music at Jefferson County Public Schools, and Kodály Level I courses at the Colorado Kodály Institute at Colorado State University. Tanya is past president of ROCKE and has served as Member at Large for OAKE. She has served on the Elementary Music Curriculum Advisory Committee and is teacher mentor for Jeffferson County Public Schools.Tanya has presented music education workshops and in-services for several school districts, universities and colleges in Colorado, as well as CMEA, AOSA Rocky Mountain Chapter, NWKE, ROCKE, ATKS, OKE, OAKE Western Division Conference, and OAKE. Tanya’s most recent endeavor is the general music education podcast Music Teacher Coffee Talk she hosts with friend and colleague Carrie Nicholas.
Rocky Mountain Orff & ROCKE are inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Tanya LeJeune | Singing & Playing Virtually: Engaging Music Makers in an Online Environment
Meeting ID: 878 6308 7062
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