Making Music Cooperatively
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Making Music Cooperatively

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Making Music Cooperatively Using Cooperative Learning in Your Active Music-Making Classroom By Carol Huffman Spiral-bound book 138 pages When cooperative learning is set in place, the students become teachers of other students, and the teacher becomes the facilitator. Ideas come from the students and develop into learning and activity.; Students become more independent and responsible for their own learning and and are more capabe of applying what they have learned to solve prolblems within the framework of the subject. With this book, learn how to incorporate both cooperative learning and active music making together in your classroom. Find help in getting better organized when using cooperative learning. Create an environment where students can develop skills needed for an innovative 21st century. Orff, Dalcroze, Gordon, and Kodaly approaches are all conducive to using these strategies. Contents:Introduction Chapter One: Preparing for Success Chapter Two: Taking Time to Settle In Chapter Three: Getting Started Chapter Four: Setting the Stage Chapter Five: Team-Building Activities Chapter Six: Teaching through Modeling Chapter Seven: Taking Off Chapter Eight: Types of Cooperative Learning Structures Chapter Nine: Student Assessment Chapter Ten: Cooperative Learning Research Chapter Eleven: Lesson Suggestions Coda: A Great Act to Follow Index


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AuthorHuffman, Carol
Barcode ISBN9781579998646
PublisherGIA Publications


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