Introduction. TED 387 Music Methods Dr. Steve Broskoske. This is an audio PowerCast . Make sure your volume is turned up. Sound will begin on this slide. Introduction to the Course. Course Objectives. As a result of this course, students will...
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TED 387 Music Methods
Dr. Steve Broskoske
This is an audio PowerCast. Make sure your volume is turned up. Sound will begin on this slide.
As a result of this course, students will...
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You BEFOREthis course.
You AFTERthis course!
Teachers support (kindergarten) learners by providing ongoing opportunities that integrate arts and humanities into cross-curricular areas.
(National Association of State Boards of Education Policy Update, Vol. 8, No. 13, August 2000)
Linguistic: writing journals, making speeches, advocating, retelling, and reading.
Musical: singing, performing, reading and writing poetry, and playing instruments.
Logical-mathematical: outlining, calculating, analyzing statistical information, and creating timelines.
Visual-spatial: drawing, using guided imagery, making mindmaps, and using graphic organizers, maps, charts, and graphs.
Body-kinesthetic: role-playing, enacting simulations, playing games, and using manipulatives.
Intrapersonal: doing self-reflection tasks, practicing higher-order reasoning, questioning, and taking personal inventories.
Interpersonal: participating in group work, practicing cooperative learning, mentoring, tutoring, and conducting field interviews.
Naturalistic: fishing, hiking, camping, farming, and investigating the natural world.Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences
Music uses several Multiple Intelligences.
BUT--so you will be human!