Using positive procedures allows us to stop the continual discipline struggle and have the freedom to enjoy our students and their music making.
Source: Making It Work: Positive Procedures – Teaching With Orff
Make Room For Music. Share a photo of your music classroom or cart with us for a chance to win a fabulous prize from MMB Music!
Source: Make Room For Music: Photo Contest – Teaching With Orff
Michael Chandler shares his rhythm and movement lesson for upper elementary grades 4-6, which is set to the poem Good Better Best.
Source: Good Better Best – Teaching With Orff
Shannon Pahl shares her lesson for class composition using So, La and Mi in conjunction with Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.
Source: Class Composition Using So, La, and Mi – Teaching With Orff
Creative Sequence combines the creative process with a clear understanding of sequencing, organizing, and lesson planning.
Source: Creativity and Active Engagement – Teaching With Orff
In her latest installment of Making It Work, LeslieAnne Bird shares her approach to long range planning for her music classroom.
Source: Making It Work: Long Range Planning – Teaching With Orff