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Cultural Practices that are Relevant Increasing Motivation and Participation in the Music Classroom. Presented By: Elizabeth Soules October 27, 2011 - WMEA Convention. Presentation Overview. Culturally Practices that are Relevant (CPR) My Journey Definitions and background of CPR.
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Increasing Motivation and Participation
in the Music Classroom
Presented By: Elizabeth Soules
October 27, 2011 - WMEA Convention
…and thus began my journey in CPR
with my own practice
“A pedagogy that empowers students intellectually, socially, emotionally, and politically by using cultural referents to impart knowledge, skills, and attitudes”
(Sharroky Hollie, in press, Oct. 2011)
*denotes strands addressed throughout presentation
“An underserved student is any student who is not successful academically, socially, and/or behaviorally in school because the school as an institution is not being responsive to the student.”
(Madison Metropolitan School District. (Winter, 2009). MMSD Guidelines to Address Culturally Responsive Practices: Early Intervention Through Assessment. Madison, Wisconsin)
“Whatever is meaningful or relevant to you”
- - National Urban Alliance
Shout Out – what other cultures are there?
(CCRTL Institute 2011/Dr. Hollie)
*See lesson plan template
-If cultural, how will you be responsive?-If a misbehavior, follow through with school procedure.
(blurting out, interrupting)
“I love your enthusiasm, right now we are using My Turn, Your Turn so I am going to ask that you wait until it is your turn”
“I like that you want to share your ideas with your friends, right now we are listening to the instructions and you will have time later to discuss your ideas with others”.
“This is a time when you may do a chair dance”. “If the music moves you to dance a bit, you may do so with your hands”
From CCRTL Summer Institute – Dr. Hollie
(Peter C. Murrell)
Elizabeth Soules - email@example.com
I believe in you!
You believe in me!
Until we meet again,
I’ll be the best I can be!