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Lisa Sullivan
September 12, 2015
9:00am-1:00pm

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LSullivanLisa Sullivan, has been teaching at Mohawk Trails Elementary in Carmel, IN for 26 years and in 2008, she was named Carmel Clay Teacher of the year. Lisa holds a BM from Butler University and a MAE from Ball State University. Lisa currently serves as the Region VI representative for AOSA and she has presented at AOSA and IMEA conferences as well as multiple local chapters of AOSA across the country. She currently teaches Orff Level I at Anderson University in Anderson, IN and DePaul University in Chicago, IL. Lisa has recently published her first teacher resource, titled Playing with Improvisation: Technology with Integrity in the Orff Classroom. Lisa also teaches Orff Curriculum and Orff Technology classes at Anderson University.

BethAnn Hepburn
October 10, 2015
9:00am-1:00pm

Pathways to Process:

Journey down many pathways to develop musicianship and literacy with the Schulwerk in your classroom. Move as the impetus to process a song with Dalcroze quick reaction activities, and use movement as a starting place for student elemental compositions. Explore using speech to develop ensemble skills, rhythmic awareness, and as the basis for improvisation. Sing and play with material suited for grades k-6 with a focus on improvisation and composition. Lessons will focus on several pathways the teacher may take to build skills with children.

hb-w11BethAnn Hepburn teaches 4th-6th graders at Henry Defer Intermediate School in Streetsboro, Ohio. She has the distinction of Master Teacher from the Ohio Department of Education. She is a teacher education instructor for the American Orff-Schulwerk Association and is on faculty for orff certification courses at Trinity University in Texas, The University of Hawai’i, and The University of the Arts Pennsylvania at Villanova. BethAnn is a frequent presenter for Orff chapters throughout the United States, and has trained teachers in China, Scotland, Singapore, and India. She is the past PD chair for AOSA, and current PD chair for General Music for OMEA. BethAnn is on the Board of Trustees for the American Center for Elemental Music and Movement. She is the co-author of Purposeful Pathways, Possibilities for the Elementary Music Classroom Books.

Cyndee Giebler
April 9, 2016
9:00am-1:00pm

NEW LOCATION:
St. Pete College
6605 5th Ave. N.
St. Petersburg, FL 33710
HS building, room 118

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