Incorporating Mindfulness and Including Scaffolding in the Kodaly Classroom
September 28, 2019
University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond
Workshop Fees: $15 – OAKE Member, $30 Non-Members, Students FREE
Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) experience the world differently in the areas of socialization, communication, and cognition. Because of these differences, they often need accommodations and modifications in the music classroom.
As part of this workshop, many ideas for adapting the environment
will be introduced and reinforced. Also, it will be fun! 🙂
Tanya LeJeune lives in Denver, Colorado, and is in her twenty-fourth year of teaching music. She currently teaches K-5th Grade general music at Jefferson County Public Schools, and Kodaly Level I courses at the Colorado Kodaly Institute at Colorado State University. Tanya is past president of ROCKE and has serves as OAKE Member at Large. She has also served on the Elementary Music Curriculum Advisory Committee for Jefferson County Public Schools since 2000. Tanya has presented music education workshops and in-services for several school districts, universities and colleges in Colorado, as well as SMEA, AOSA Rocky Mountain Chapter, NKE and OAKE.