This session will give you the tools to create meaningful musical experiences for the children in your classroom using songs, literature, and dance and movement. These experiences will be presented through an ABAR and DEI lens to help ensure that the music you are presenting is responsible. By combining techniques from the Orff Process and weaving them into the Montessori philosophy of following the child, you will leave this session with lesson ideas that you can begin using right away.

Meaningful, Inclusive, and Responsible Music Experiences for Social-Emotional Learning
with Robin Hoch
Tues, Sept 27, 2022
7:00PM-8:30PM PST

Online via Zoom. You will receive the link and password via email before the workshop.
You must be a current, paid member of BAMA to register for the workshop. If you are not a BAMA member, please register prior to filling out this form:

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Robin Hoch (she/her) holds an ABAR certificate from the American Montessori Society and is the Director of Music and Media Arts at the Montessori Academy of Colorado as well as a music instructor at the Montessori Education Center of the Rockies. A dedicated and driven music professional, her focus is on leadership and merging equitable and responsible music education with the Montessori philosophy for the holistic benefit of the school community. Robin brings 19+ years of experience as a classroom teacher into coaching those who are less experienced in music education with the goal of bringing purposeful, meaningful, and successful music experiences to their students and their communities.
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