Welcome to the Treasure State Orff Chapter!
Spring Workshop with Lisa Sullivan
Saturday, March 13th, 2021
March 13, 2021 9am-12pm
For the Times they are A-Changin’: Orff in this New World
This session will explore how we interact with our new music education world using a curricular lens. Lessons for in-person, remote, and asynchronous instruction, focused on active music making will be shared. Plan to bring recorders and be prepared to move.
Lisa Sullivan currently teaches K-2 music at Madison School in Skokie, IL. Previously, Lisa taught K-5 music at Mohawk Trails Elementary in Carmel, IN for 28 years. In 2017, Lisa was named the Elementary Music Teacher of the Year by Indiana MEA and in 2008, she was named Carmel Clay Teacher of the year. She holds a BM from Butler University and a MAE from Ball State University and published her first teacher resource during the summer of 2014 titled Playing with Improvisation: Technology with Integrity in the Orff Classroom. Lisa served three years as the Region VI representative for AOSA and has presented at multiple NAfME, AOSA, and IMEA conferences. During the summer months, Lisa teaches Orff Schulwerk Levels, and Orff Curriculum at Anderson University in Anderson, IN and DePaul University in Chicago, IL.
The course number on the pd4 portal is 13828 (3 credits are offered)
If you are planning on attending, please fill out this form
A zoom link will be emailed to you on Friday, March 12th. If you do not receive the link or have troubles logging on, feel free to call/text Brandon Ensley (406) 240-4618.
Treasure State Orff is an affiliate of AOSA. For more information about the
American Orff-Schulwerk Association please visit aosa.org
“The American Orff-Schulwerk association strongly encourages members to be positive and discreet when discussing our organization, specific courses and/or teachers, and the Orff movement. The very nature of the Orff Schulwerk philosophy embodies a broad spectrum of expressions exploring different paths to arrive at artistic and educational goals. Members are encouraged to recognize and remain open to varied approaches and to celebrate both our differences and our similarities.”