Several studies show that playing music helps develop cognitive skills of children and adolescents. It instills self-discipline, builds confidence, and socially connects youth with their peers. Content supports Saskatchewan education curriculum, based on concepts in Will Schmid World Music Program, Orff, traditional approaches from African, Latin, Middle Eastern, and North American Music.
Typical Teacher Quotes: “just want to thank YOU again for a wonderful day. I couldn’t have asked for anything more. That resource that you put together for us is perfect and I feel much better about reading the way you did the notation.
Awesome! – Douglas Park School music teacher”
“The workshop was wonderful! : ) W. B.”
· In-School Drum Workshop
From one hour presentations, to full assembly, classroom instruction, half day or full day workshops. All equipment provided for Hand drum and percussion based workshop. These rhythm and movement workshops provide your students with a basic understanding of rhythm in music, how it relates to values, language, and movement. They learn to work together to create interesting rhythm ensemble and rhythm activities. Educative, entertaining, and stress releasing activity for your school. $350 for a half day and $550 for a full day. Many schools set up a “drum room” for the day and rotate all of their classes through this experience. Workshop classes can perform at assembly. All Equipment provided.
Workshop outlline and Price quotes provided on request.
· Professional Development for Teachers from pre-school to secondary – for experienced and inexperienced music educators. Next workshop October 22, 2016, to register contact email@example.com