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July 2020
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July
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Summer Virtual Learning Series – Amy Abbott

He said, She Said, They Said: The Importance of Gender Neutrality in the Music Room Our ultimate goal, as teachers, is to ensure that their students feel safe, respected and a valued member of the class community. Therefore, it’s important to look at various aspects of our classrooms, ensuring that ALL students are seen and respected for who they are as an individual. One prime example of this is gender neutrality. In this session we will explore the importance of…

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July
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Summer Virtual Learning Series – Karen Petty Session 2

Barnyard Beauties and Farmyard Favorites Using Orff media of speaking, singing, moving, playing and creating, we’ll explore songs and materials with a Farm / Barnyard theme – animals and crops. This workshop will incorporate folk songs, children’s literature and singing games. Session 1: Materials will be appropriate for primary grades K-2. Session 2: Materials will be appropriate for intermediate grades 3-5. Please bring soprano and/or alto recorders. Karen Petty has been an Orff Schulwerk educator for almost 40 years (still…

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July
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Summer Virtual Learning Series – Veronica Starcher & Matthew Pedregón

PBIS & SEL: Making Sense of Whole-Child Learning Let CASEL be your guide! Learn how CASEL’s Social and Emotional Learning Competencies can be integrated with what we already do in the music classroom. Join us as we explore joyful music making, collaborative group work, and storytelling through the lens of social and emotional learning to address the needs of our students. Matthew Pedregón teaches elementary music in south suburban Denver and has taught in schools representing a broad range of…

August 2020
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August
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Summer Virtual Learning Series – Barbara Grenoble and Peggy McCreary

Manipulatives for the Orff Classroom Both teachers believe that, just as in play, children learn concepts by manipulating objects. During this workshop, many items will be shared that can be used, not only in a real classroom, but in a virtual one as well. Don’t forget to bring a paper or plastic cup, a sharp pencil, a piece of string (not nylon) and a paperclip. Barbara Grenoble is a graduate of Eastman and received her Teacher’s Certificate in Orff Schulwerk…

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