Music for Young Learners
Integrating Music into instruction for children in PK, 4K, and Primary Classes
Presented by the UWSP Music Department, the College of Fine Arts and Communication, and the Helen R. Godfrey University Child Learning & Care Center Present this workshop.
Saturday April 25, 2015
This workshop is intended for early childhood specialists, music specialists, and classroom teachers who want to expand music and movement in their curricula. In a hands-on presentation, we will explore ways that music and movement can lay the foundation for learning in the arts, as well as support learning in other disciplines, especially language and math. Come to Sing, Play, and Move!
Registration Cost is $35. (Members of NCWO may register for the reduced rate of $10)
Schedule of Events:
8:30-9:00 Registration (Noel Fine Arts Center, Room 201)
9:00-10:30 Presentation by Dr. Marshall
10:45-11:30 Demonstration with Children
11:30-12:00 Follow-Up Discussion
12:00-1:15 Lunch (on your own)
1:15-2:45 Presentation by Dr. Marshall
Herbert "Butch" Marshall
Herbert Marshall is
Associate Professor of Music Education at Baldwin Wallace University,
where he's the early childhood and classroom specialist. Along with 11
years of public school experience, he holds degrees from Michigan State
University, Syracuse University, and Temple University. He is certified
in Music Learning Theory and Orff-Schulwerk and is a sanctioned
instructor in Music Learning Theory. He is published by Oxford, GIA,
Rowman & Littlefield, as well as in NAfME journals. He is an active
consultant and clinician, including several presentations for the
Alliance for Active Music Making.