Caldwell University plans to offer a Level I Orff-Schulwerk Teacher Education Workshop Program from July 25 through Aug. 5, on campus.
The American Orff-Schulwerk Association approved program is a creative approach to teaching and learning music through speaking, singing, playing instruments and moving. It is an intensive 10-day workshop for music professionals who wish to make music education a joyful, creative experience for teachers and students through the Orff-Schulwerk process. All New Jersey music educators who complete the entire workshop will qualify for 60 hours of professional development credit.
Two certified AOSA instructors, Drue M. Bullington and Kristine Wolfe, will guide participants through an understanding of basic Orff pedagogy, soprano recorder, movement and other special topics.
For more information contact Thomas Charsky at Tcharsky@caldwell.edu. Additional information and a registration form can be found at https://www.caldwell.edu/academics/academic-departments/music.