INTRODUCTION AND APPLICATIONS FOR THE CLASSROOM (EDUX9330)
July 24-28, 2017:
This course creates an exciting collaboration between new and experienced music, dance and classroom teachers. It provides a foundation in the Orff Schulwerk and offers new insights into bringing music and dance into the daily life of children. Participants will:
- Experience the Orff approach through the shared elements of music, dance and language.
- Rediscover the connection between musicians and dancers, Create new ways of integrating music and dance into the science, math, ESL, and language curriculum.
Research will provide a theoretical foundation, while model lessons and videos of children’s classes will give practical applications. The course will be of equal value to those seeking an introduction to Orff Schulwerk and those looking to enlarge their understanding of Carl Orff’s visionary idea: “The place where it (the Schulwerk) can be most effective and where its connections with other subjects can be explored, developed and fully exploited…is the school.”
Children’s poetry or nursery rhyme book; journal.
Location : This year’s Intro. and Master course will be held at The San Francisco School at 300 Gaven St, SF, CA 94134. (www.sfschool.org) Students must arrange their own housing and meals. Please do not contact the SF School for information, but direct all questions to email@example.com
Orff Schulwerk : Introduction and Applications for the Classroom (EDUX9330)
Instructor : Janet Greene
Dates : July 24-28, 2017
Times : 9:00 – 4:00
Cost : $525 (no credit)/ $635 (credit)
Location : The San Francisco School 300 Gaven St.San Francisco, CA 94134