Teaching Music in the Virtual Classroom: Elementary Edition

$15.00

by Amelia Garbisch

(35 pages)

This is an eBook for digital download.

Teaching Music in the Virtual Classroom: Elementary Edition contains comprehensive lesson plans and teaching resources designed for distance learning in Elementary Music. Within its pages, you will find tips and strategies to help plan creative lessons using the “CEEMS” method of virtual teaching (collaborate, energize, engage, motivate, support).  Activities include interactive music games, energizing and amusing short activities, and collaborative ideas to help motivate and engage your students.

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This comprehensive teaching guide is designed to help those who teach elementary music classes online.  Within its pages, you will find tips and strategies to help plan creative lessons using the “CEEMS” method of virtual teaching (collaborate, energize, engage, motivate, support).  Activities include interactive music games, energizing and amusing short activities, and collaborative ideas to help motivate and engage your students.  Also within the pages are several full-length lesson plans which utilize the Kodaly, Orff, or Dalcroze philosophy of music education.   These lessons include reproducible pages for use in the virtual classroom.  Simply take a screen-shot and use the graphics the author has provided to help engage your students in the lesson.  A private YouTube link of a Halloween lesson is also included as a bonus Dalcroze-based lesson to do with young Elementary students  – just in time for Halloween!  We hope you enjoy!

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Amelia Garbisch

About the Author

Dr. Amelia Garbisch is the director of music education at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania and is the director of music at Mount Airy Presbyterian Church. Amelia holds an undergraduate degree in music education from Westminster Choir College of Rider University, a Master of Music in choral conducting from Temple University, and a Ph.D. in choral music education, also from Temple University. Amelia studied Orff Shulwerk, and earned her three levels at the University of St Thomas in St Paul, Minnesota where she was mentored by Mrs. Arvida Steen.

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