April 12, 2012 – 8:00 – Noon. Downtown Marriott Hotel, Anchorage.
Our annual meeting is a great opportunity to network with your colleagues from all over the state and to learn more about professional growth opportunities and resources.
April 12, 2012 – 1:00 – 4:00. Downtown Marriott Hotel, Anchorage.
Educational leaders not only lead schools and districts – they lead complex organizations. How can leaders learn to understand their organizations from multiple perspectives and intentionally employ strategies that will help to improve and transform them? The frames serve as lenses and windows on the world of leadership and management, and they can help leaders shape powerful strategies for advancing their improvement efforts.
Tuesday, May 28 – June 7
Kaleidoscope School of Arts and Science – Kenai AK
This course is an American Orff-Schulwerk Association approved course and is listed on the aosa.org website (click on professional development, click on approved courses, search for Kenai Peninsula Borough)
(4) 500-level graded credits – University Credit through Alaska Pacific University
This course covers the basic philosophy and pedagogical principals of Orff Schulwerk (school work). The German composer, Carl Orff, along with his colleague Gunild Keetman, developed an approach to music and dance education based on the central idea that music, movement and speech form an inseparable unit. Course content will include pedagogy, movement, Orff instruments, recorder, hand drumming, and drama, as well as integration across the curriculum. PREREQUISITES: Successful completion of an American Orff-Schulwerk Association approved course in Orff Schulwerk Level One.
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