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Friday, February 8 • 11:15am - 12:15pm
Resources for Indigenous Learning in the Music Classroom

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Are you struggling with finding ways to incorporate Indigenous content into your elementary music classroom? At this sharing session we will explore a variety of resources, cultural artifacts, storybooks, and other means that will support Indigenous learning in the music classroom. Activities presented stem from resources that many schools may already own, can be easily purchased, or can be found through public libraries; they are not stand-alone activities. An Elder is the best person to access for cultural teachings; this session instead will provide ideas to supplement current teaching practices to support Indigenous learning.


Lynnette Newton

Lynnette Newton is Alberta born, Alberta bound. True to character, she loves nature, children, the study of both and has had over 25 years in the classroom. Navigating elementary school was a steep challenge with success in literacy coming later in life. Lynnette completed her Rehabilitation... Read More →

Courtney Richard

Courtney Richard is an elementary music specialist for Elk Island Public Schools. She has completed her Orff Level I and II training, Intellidance certification, and received her Master of Education degree in Elementary Education with a focus on Music Education from the University... Read More →

Friday February 8, 2019 11:15am - 12:15pm
Chateau Lacombe: Strathcona Room
  • Room Details Open Max Capacity - 100
  • Grade Focus K-6
  • Tags English