[IAEP] Music education and textbooks
alan.nemo at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 7 08:40:36 EDT 2011
What is her approach? Her plans and goals? What is she looking for in the way of
ancillary materials? (Did the charter school come through with instruments,
P.S. Singing, sight singing, and parts singing (plus dancing, etc.) is one of
the best ways to introduce real music to all children in the earliest grades.
The instruments probably should follow in this process rather than being the
center of an early music program.
From: Valerie Taylor <vtaylor at gmail.com>
To: iaep at lists.sugarlabs.org
Sent: Thu, July 7, 2011 5:02:16 AM
Subject: [IAEP] Music education and textbooks
The new charter school I'm working with doesn't have $15,000 for the
K-8 music textbooks the music teacher requested. Here is a great
opportunity for ebooks if they are available.
I would appreciate any suggestions, links, resources.
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