B63 From drawing to visual culture : a history of art education in Canada by Harold Pearse. F76 From the National Gallery of Canada. This site includes a section that offers in-class activities and many other resources to help arts teachers. Take the VMC into the classroom with interactive lesson plans and learning resources for teachers and students. The website was given a Parent's Choice Award for its family-friendly introduction of world music to young people and it's resources for teachers, parents and special education professionals.
Easy Music Theory with Gary Ewer This site contains 26 free music theory lessons which include some audio examples and printable quizzes.
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Music: A Powerful Teaching Tool 2. Review quote "This is the book I have been waiting for! I have tried to use music in my classroom for years and have always felt like I fell short of the mark, but didn't know how to fix it. Now I have a better understanding of how to use music in my classroom in a fun and effective way. Opel, Science Curriculum Specialist "As a High School Principal, I am always seeking creative ways for my teachers to impact student learning in positive ways.
After reviewing this book, I am convinced that music can not only benefit student learning in the 21st century classroom, but can invite students and teachers to be energized and focused on instruction. This book will definitely be a book study option for my faculty during their weekly PLC meetings in the future. Are you looking for a classroom strategy that will motivate your students, encourage positive energy and mood, and help to insure your students are ready and able to focus?
The Rock and Roll Classroom shares the "why, when, and how" to use music in your own classroom. This comprehensive work not only applies to enhancing classroom instruction, but has a world of information on the topic of music as it affects us every day. This is especially geared to a person's development in learning from birth throughout one's life as a learning tool to add to the other strategies of learning in all aspects of life. About Richard Allen Learn more about Rich Allen's PD offerings Richard Allen is an international consultant with more than 25 years experience coaching trainers and educators.
Allen is also a popular keynote speaker at international conferences, and he facilitates moti vational and teambuilding workshops. Allen started his educational career as a high school math and drama teacher. In , he became a lead facilitator for SuperCamp-an accelerated learning program for teens-and has since worked with more than 25, students worldwide. He completed his doctorate in educational psychology at Arizona State University, where he studied how the human brain receives, processes, and recalls information-knowledge that informs all aspects of his training strategies.
Willy Wood, MA in English, is a highly sought-after speaker on how the human brain learns and effective teaching practices. He speaks regularly in school districts across the United States and at national and international brain and education conferences, with a focus on sharing and modeling practical classroom approaches extrapolated from current cognitive psychology and neuroscience.
Wood began his educational career as an English teacher, teaching high school and university level literature and writing classes for 14 years.
Wood wrote the state's Curriculum Frameworks for Communication Arts, led the development of the state's communication arts assessment, and started the state's first intensive K-3 professional development model for improving reading instruction the Missouri Reading Initiative. During his time as a teacher and state educational consultant, Mr. Wood became fascinated with exploring the biological underpinnings of effective teaching and learning.
He left DESE in to become a full-time educational consultant and presenter so he could share his passion for brain-compatible teaching practices with educators around the world. The author lives in Missouri with his wife, Debbie, and has three sons. He can be reached at his email address: wordmanw yahoo.
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