Orff Schulwerk Teacher Education Course, Levels I & II

ESM Summer sessions 2016

INS 438
Orff Schulwerk Teacher Education Course, Level I
INS 444
Orff Schulwerk Teacher Education Course, Level II

As of June 5, 2018, we are still accepting applications for both levels; we will continue accepting applications (waiving the $50 late-application fee) for as long as space remains. Please note: requests for housing and meals in the Eastman Student Living Center after our June 1 deadline are subject to approval and will be charged at higher rates: $99/night if booked between June 2-15, $109/night if booked after June 15.

July 16–27, 2018 / Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Rooms: Level I, ESM 404; Level II, A902;
Recorder Room, A707; Bookstore A704

Faculty: Karen Medley, Janet Robbins, Jim Solomon, Mary Helen Solomon
Program Director: Donna Brink Fox
Program Administrator: Jennifer Alhart Davis

This two-week education session helps educators develop an understanding of the teaching and learning process using the Orff Schulwerk approach to music and movement. The daily schedule at all levels includes focus on rhythm, melodic experience, Orff instrument technique and musicianship, movement, recorder playing, improvisation, Orff theory, orchestration, and special topics sessions. Level I must be completed to enroll in Level II. The AOSA level certificate is awarded for completion of the two-week course; there is no distinction between credit and noncredit enrollment in awarding the level certificates. For more specific information about the Orff Schulwerk offerings, contact Donna Brink Fox, program director, at dbfox@esm.rochester.edu or call (585) 274-1020 to speak with her assistant.

Professional Development Hours: 65
Tuition:
INS 438 Level I
$4,830 / 3 credits           CRN 19153
$840 / noncredit             CRN 19141                  
INS 444 Level II
$4,830 / 3 credits           CRN 19170
$840 / noncredit             CRN 19164                  

Planning your arrival and departure:
First scheduled activity: Class begins Monday, July 16 at 8:30 a.m.
Last scheduled activity: Final group demonstration/performance, Friday, July 27, 1:30-3:00 p.m.            

“A life-changing experience for those looking for an effective approach to teaching.”  – 2017 participant

Click HERE to apply