Come join us at our next workshop:

Terri Scullin

Bringing Books to Life: Using Music and Drama to Enhance Children's Literature

Saturday, 10 September 2015

In this workshop participants will be introduced to several hands on lessons that use music and/or drama to enhance students’ experiences with a variety of literature. Activities will be geared for use by general music teachers or any one who shares literature with children.

Terri Scullin graduated from Boston University in 1988 with Bachelor’s Degrees in Music Education and Vocal Performance. She received all three levels of Orff-Schulwerk training at the University of 
Massachusetts / Lowell and obtained her Orff-Schulwerk Training Certificate in 1990. She has been very fortunate to work in schools where Orff-Schulwerk training is required and supported. She taught for 10 years in the public school system of Andover, Massachusetts before relocating to Arizona in 1999. She currently teaches general music and drama to students in Preschool – Grade 4 and directs the annual Spring Middle School Musical at the Tesseract School in Paradise Valley, Arizona. She has presented for the Cambridge and Westwood, MA Public Schools, MMEA All State Conference, ASU Orff Level Courses, and for the Greater Arizona Reading council. She also presented workshops at the 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2013 National Orff-Schulwerk Association Conferences and at several Orff chapters nationwide. She has also presented corporate team building workshops in drama and music for Cricket and American Express.

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All workshops are held at Rowland Hall School, 720 South Guardsman Way in SLC

Registration and Continental Breakfast at 8:30 a.m. 

For pre-registration contact Debra Koford, 801-595-8793 or at uaosatreas@gmail.com 

Workshop hours: 

9:00 a.m-noon and   1:00-3:00 p.m. 

Box Lunches are available at each workshop for $6.00. Pre-order by the Wednesday BEFORE each Saturday workshop.  Lunches include a sandwich, potato salad or chips, a cookie, and water. Contact Marilee to order lunch: kmutah@aol.com

USU credit is available for a nominal fee (must attend at least 3 workshops for credit). Licensure points are also available at no charge.