SOUND IDEAS by Doug Goodkin offers music teachers a variety of ways toreach all students. This extensive book includes over 35 activitiesorganized by musical, linguistic, logical-mathematical, visual-spatial,bodily-kinesthetic, and personal intelligences. Games for choosinginstruments are also included.
SOUND IDEAS offers:
Doug Goodkin offers music teachers a variety of ways to reach all types of learners. This extensive book includes more than 35 activities organized by musical, linguistic, logical-mathematical, visual-spatial, bodily-kinesthetic, and personal intelligences. A great variety of percussion circle games for all ages is included as well as games for choosing instruments.
$33.00 (inc GST)
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Doug Goodkin teaches music and movement to children between three years old and the eighth grade at The San Francisco School, where he has taught since 1975. He is an internationally recognized practitioner of Orff-Schulwerk, teaching Orff courses throughout North America, Europe and Australia. He is the director of the Mills College Orff Certification Course in Oakland, CA and teaches his own course on Jazz and Orff-Schulwerk through San Francisco State University.
Doug has published numerous articles on Orff in contemporary culture and is an author of the Macmillan/McGraw-Hill textbook series Share the Music. He is a founding member of the Orff-based adult performing group Xephyr. Doug is known for his innovative application of Orff-Schulwerk across various disciplines, particularly language arts, jazz, and multi-cultural music.
He received the distinguished Pro Merita Award for his contributions to Orff Schulwerk in July 2000. To contact him, e-mail Doug at Goodkindg@aol.com
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