Your FREE elementary music teacher professional development course is here. Now you can choose the number of hours and the topics for your professional development credits. It’s easy and can be done on your own time schedule!
HOW IT WORKS:
You’ll choose the number of hours as well as your topics and resources from the Sing Play Create Teaching Tips YouTube channel and blog posts.
Then you’ll answer some easy questions and submit your form.
You’ll receive a certificate with the hours you’ve earned.
You need to get prior approval from your school district before you begin the course.
The Sing Play Create Teaching Tips channel has elementary music videos on topics like STEADY BEAT, RHYTHM, DYNAMICS, PARTNER SINGING, MOVEMENT ACTIVITIES, MUSIC GAMES, SCARF, BEAN BAG, BALL, PARACHUTE, LITERACY AND MUSIC and UKULELE SONGS.
These videos show strategies and tools that will help music educators teach purposefully and creatively.
My goal is to inspire and support music educators in their journey of teaching music to children.
I’m especially dedicated to helping teachers implement movement into their music lessons and develop interactive music lessons that keep their students engaged and learning.
Each of the videos is going to showcase music activities on a particular theme or music concept.
These are in depth how to’s so that you can take this learning straight to your classroom.
If you’re a new music teacher or someone who wants to switch things up in your classroom, then this is the place for you.
By choosing Sing Play Create professional development you’ll have control over your course topics and time.
It’s easy to complete using the google form.
You won’t have to spend a dime:)
You can download the free professional guide and decide if it’s right for you.
Please note that it’s your responsibility to get prior approval from your District before beginning this course. Sing Play Create is not responsible for coordinating with your school district or institution for professional development credit. You will need to verify that this course will be accepted for professional development before you begin the course.