This workshop provides activities and ideas assisting teachers with music in the classroom. We will reach within the tradition of storytelling, clapping games and simple folk dances using Colombian music to explore singing, dancing and playing
No previous experience is necessary for involvement in this workshop.
Teachers will be able to take away a range of ideas that can immediately be included in classroom practice. Download poster HERE
Alex Sanchez holds a B.A. of Music from Universidad Pedagogica National (Colombia) and a Level III Certification from the San Francisco International Orff Course. As a member of the ACOLORFF board, he has taught workshops to music teachers in Bogota and nearby towns. Currently, he works at a private school in Bogota, where he teaches music to preschool children, developing the music process through the Orff approach.
Angela has worked in big and small private schools since 2011, successfully using each opportunity to create tailored learning plans to guide each student in the achievement of their own music goals. In her current job as a music teacher and choral conductor, she has worked on developing lesson plans based on Orff proposal and Kodaly methodology.
To register for this workshop:
Register your name and details online HERE. Then, use your own internet banking facility to make a direct deposit into the ONZA account at BNZ 02 0248 0073940 97 (Reference: Your surname; Code: PTSAN19 Entering your surname means you will be registered. Credit card payment is also available.
Registration closing date July 1.
- Registration Fee $10
For inquiries email: Hayley Hunter