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Thursday, February 24 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
No Touch Games and Dances

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Do COVID protocols have you scratching your head as to how to play music games? Even without COVID, some students may be hesitant to touch or join hands, and yet singing games and movement activities are a rich source of music for teaching many concepts and for reinforcing skills such as pitch and steady beat. In this session, Joyce will introduce fun and engaging games that students can do without any touching, plus you'll learn strategies to help you adapt some of your old favourites.

As a music specialist, I know first-hand the value of sessions which focus on the particular context of the music classroom. Games and movement are an integral part of music education activities, and this session will provide valuable strategies for making them fun without contact between students.

Speakers
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Joyce Holoboff

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Joyce Holoboff has taught elementary music and junior high band with Wolf Creek School Division for 29 years. She uses a hybrid approach combining elements of Kodaly, Orff, and world music in her elementary instruction, and she loves teaching beginning recorder. She directs choirs... Read More →

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Thursday February 24, 2022 2:15pm - 3:15pm MST
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