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Saturday, January 25
 

10:00 CET

Inquiry in the music room: dance and movement
Dance and movement activities as meaningful links to your UOI’s in the music room:
We'll look into connections to math and language by exploring patterns, colors and architecture through dance and movement, and I'll also include Orff instruments.

Former dance experience isn't necessary, an open mind and movement-friendly attire are highly recommended!


Outcomes:
This workshop aims to introduce you to the basic elements of dance (time – space – energy, different levels) and show you some possible connections to PYP units. It will hopefully spark your own creativity and help you to connect with your own “inner dancer”!

Speakers
avatar for Andrea Seelbach

Andrea Seelbach

PYP Music & German Teacher, Intl School of Stuttgart e.V.
- Dance and movement ("Orff principles") in the music room- Enhancing the PYP in Music- Ideas for making schools more "eco-friendly" and sustainable- Breastfeeding and support of young families (Seriously. I've been a La Leche League Leader since 2006.)


Saturday January 25, 2020 10:00 - 11:00 CET
America 1

13:15 CET

Saturday Night Live
Participants will prepare a performance piece for the Saturday Night Gala at AGIS.
The piece will involve playing the Djembe (African Drum), singing and dancing.
Participants should bring their Djembe, if not one will be provided.


Outcomes:
Participants will have a a great time performing live on stage at the AGIS 2010 Gala and will gain experience for preparing a performance with their students.

Speakers
JD

Jonathan Dexter

Music Teacher, International School of Hamburg


Saturday January 25, 2020 13:15 - 14:15 CET
Atelier

14:30 CET

Gentle Djembe
This session will present and practice ideas for a drum circle. The workshop will focus on basic rhythms and playing them in canons, call and response, improvisation and to accompany songs.
Please bring a djembe if you have one, if not one will be provided.

Speakers
JD

Jonathan Dexter

Music Teacher, International School of Hamburg


Saturday January 25, 2020 14:30 - 15:30 CET
Atelier

14:30 CET

Making Thinking Visible in the Drama Classroom
In this workshop we will look at different Thinking Routines developed by Project Zero (Harvard's School of Education) and how they can help us make thinking visible in the Drama classroom. We will practically explore a wide range of Thinking Routines and discuss when and how they can be used in the Drama classroom. Participants will be engaged in trying out the routines and on planning ahead on how they can be implemented in their classes.

Outcomes:
Participants will leave knowing a wide range of Thinking Routines and clear examples of how they can be used in a Drama Classroom to promote and develop student's thinking, making it visible, and developing a culture of thinking in the classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Isabel de Moraes Rodrigues

Isabel de Moraes Rodrigues

Teacher, Bavarian International School
I am a Secondary MYP Drama/ DP Theatre Teacher, as well as the MYP 1-3 Service as Action Coordinator.


Saturday January 25, 2020 14:30 - 15:30 CET
Asia 2