with Shoshanah Drake
Welcome the spring as we use children’s literature to inspire and invigorate your music class. Whether you are teaching in-person, virtually, or hybrid, Shoshanah will share ideas you can use by taking elemental music ideas such as using rhythmic building bricks, elemental forms, improvisation, rhythmic movement, and more to enhance stories and engage students.
You will be given access the workshop recording and downloadable materials from her presentation.
A certificate of completion can be provided to participants who request one for professional development hours.
Shoshanah has taught music and movement for over 25 years. She currently teaches Pre-K-5th grade and writes the general music curriculum for Montgomery County Public Schools. Shoshanah is an active member of many organizations including MMEA and is the past president of the Middle Atlantic chapter of AOSA. She presents workshops at local, state, and national conferences and teaches Level I Orff Schulwerk certification classes at George Mason University.
one time payment
All registrants will receive access to the recording of the workshop along with downloadable materials.
Certificate of completion can be provided to participants who request one for professional development hours.
"Thank you so much for sharing! You have inspired me and given me the motivation to get through the next couple of months!"