- Lisa Besman: Meaningful Manipulatives in the Music Classroom
October 20, 2018
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join us for a session on how you can incorporate manipulatives into your Kodály classroom. Come ready to sing and play and use a variety of manipulatives for both melodic and rhythmic concepts. We hope you’ll leave with new song repertoire, new ways of practicing elements, ways to keep all your learners engaged and many ideas to make manipulatives that work for your students. All participants with leave with their own packet of goodies! Want access to EVEN MORE of Lisa’s resources? Don’t forget to bring along your mobile device and download a QR code reader ahead of time!
About the presenter: Lisa Besman is in her 10th year of teaching at Norfeldt School in West Hartford. Recently, she has been the manager of West Hartford’s Inter-Elementary choir. She is a graduate of the University of Hartford and received her Kodály Levels from James Madison University. Prior to becoming a music teacher, Lisa was a casualty actuary at the Hartford Financial Services Group.
Venue: Berkman Recital Hall
Berkman Recital Hall on the Hartt School campus at the University of Hartford.