Artie & Denise 2022: Live Inspired in Indianapolis (In-Person + Virtual Recorded)

This workshop will begin on July 18, 2022

We can't wait for you to join us soon!

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Price
$175 USD
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When?

In-Person Workshop:

July 19th, 2022 – July 21st, 2022

Virtual Recorded Sessions:

August 8th, 2022 – August 10th, 2022

Please note: You will have access to the virtual recorded sessions until December 31st, 2022.

Looking for Virtual Recorded Sessions with Live Q&A only?

Where?

The Arabian Room at the Murat Shrine
510 North New Jersey Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

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Hotels

We are not blocking hotel rooms for this symposium. Please book your accommodation using your preferred method. Other attendees may be willing to share accommodations. Please reach out in the Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1645059135608479

What’s Included?

  • 16.5 hours of in-person instruction
  • Access to the Recorded Virtual Conference with Live Q&A from the presenters
  • Handout Book
  • Certificate of hours
  • An eclectic mix of topics
  • A 25% discount code to the Musicplay store (this code will be provided upon registration)

Price

$175.00

Credit Card: please sign up for the symposium above

Purchase Orders: please use the following registration form

Please note: The last day to sign up for the Live (in-person & virtual recorded) symposium is July 17th, 2022.

University Credit [Optional] – Available for the In-Person Event ONLY

Upon completing the symposium and submitting the assignments, participants will receive 1 Graduate Credit from Adams State University.

There is an additional cost that must be paid directly to Adams State University. Once you have registered for the In-Person event you will be emailed the link to register with the University.

Course Schedule

Our Presenters:

  • Artie Almeida
  • Denise Gagné
  • Greg Gilpin

Cancellation Policy 

The workshop fee is non-refundable.

In the event of a cancellation related to Covid-19, teachers will be given access to the recorded conference and an additional $75.00 credit to the Musicplay Store.

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Tuesday, July 19th, 2022
Wednesday, July 20th, 2022
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Kids love percussion instruments and you’ll love these lessons that utilize non-pitched percussion, hand drums, and large drums, as well as non-traditional percussion instruments like Kickballs, Firestix, and Pop Toobs. Our focus will also be on the building blocks of music, including beat, rhythm, form, and phrasing.  Learning Targets: Participants can deliver rhythmic instruction in a variety of ways...
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Worksheets can be great tools, but many kids learn the most through games, manipulatives, and centers.  In this session, we’ll have fun learning to read and write music using a variety of strategies.  You’ll play note name and rhythm games that are easy to set up in your classroom and FUN for kids of all...
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Join your colleagues in lessons and games that will have your children singing joyfully, while addressing pitch, direction, steady beat, phrases and audiation. We will take a Little Melody Walk, go on a picnic, sing with our Beat Buddies and more, during this session that offers students fun and challenging opportunities for musical growth. 
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Singing games combine songs, movement, and social interaction in an authentic musical learning experience. When children play singing games, they sing and hear many repetitions of a melody laying the foundation for learning multiple musical concepts.  Develop student’s musicality through moving and responding to music. Folk dancing is a fun way to teach phrasing, form and...
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Thursday, July 21st, 2022
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The recorder is one of the best tools for teaching children to read and play melodies.  It’s affordable enough for most students to be able to have one at home.  Boom whackers or desk bells are great tools – but few children will have a set of them at home!  As it becomes possible to...
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Explore unique and motivational lessons to introduce children to basic music theory in age-appropriate ways. We will use pointing pages, non-pitched percussion, stretchy bands, and other motivators to lay a solid foundation for our young musicians to carry with them into middle and high school music-making experiences. Where there’s passion . . . there’s retention! Leaning Targets: ...
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Bring your ukuleles and get ready for a session that lays out a sequence and gives you many great ukulele teaching tips.  We’ll play, sing, and take some finger breaks.  You will be given many resources in this session that will make teaching the ukulele easy for you and fun for your students! Learning Targets:...
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This collage-style session will offer a wide variety of lessons for elementary music students. Barred instruments, children’s books, songs, props, as well as non-pitched and pitched percussion, will offer you lots of possibilities for keeping your students engaged and eager to return to their music classroom the next week! Learning Targets: Participants can deepen students’ understanding of various musical concepts, including...
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