The Arts | Classroom Reviews

Drama Works! Teaching System – A Creative Way to Teach Across the Curriculum

by Michael Leppert Drama is an activity with far reaching benefits.  Children develop transferable abilities such as confidence, creativity, collaboration, and communication skills ideal for job interviews and presentations.  These 21st Century skills are highly coveted by modern businesses.  Drama is also a great way to make concepts and curriculum from other subjects more understandable and fun through kinesthetic learning.  It is an ideal strategy for differentiated instruction […]

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Bad Wolf Press’ New Musical Play: “Matter and Its Properties: The Science of Stuff”

www.badwolfpress.com/matter-and-its-properties-musical-play 35-minute musical play for grades 2-6 Includes • Script • Teacher’s Guide and • Audio Recording (which contains a vocal and instrumental version of each song) Simple to do – no music or drama experience needed! ============= By Michael Leppert Bad Wolf Press is an ingenious company that creates original plays for schools, churches, […]

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Sujoy Strings – Record-keeping & Planning for String Players & Teachers

Sujoy Spencer www.sujoystrings.com sujoy740@aol.com 470-223-2342 Review by Emerson Sandow As the parent of a former ‘cello player and friend of many string players, keeping a student’s lesson materials, practice schedule and milestones is a frantic job – on top of teaching all of the elements of string method. An experienced and farsighted string teacher of […]

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SoundLife Music Academy – Flexible & Top-Flight In-Home Music Lessons

http://www.soundlifelessons.com/ info@soundlifelessons.com 323-825-9566 By Michael Leppert Chris Vazquez, with a Bachelor’s degree from the Berklee College of Music in Boston, is an accomplished guitarist and music director, who has played all over the greater Los Angeles area and the world, for many years. Chris offers his services as a consultant, providing musicians with aid and […]

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