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2018 國際奧福冬令營

2018 國際奧福冬令營

日期 | 11.23.2017 00:00 -02.03.2018 04:47 Save to calendar

地點 | 台中市私立慎齋小學 黑盒子劇場 406台灣台中市北屯區慎齋小學

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講師介紹

ChetYeng Loong教授現任美國夏威夷州立大學音樂教育系主任、美國夏威夷教育協會主席以及美國奧福協會全國期刊編委。Loong教授為美國奧福,高大宜協會認證的教師,定期在世界音樂教育年會全美奧福年會、全美高大宜年會和全美音樂教學大會上發表演講,她在幼兒、小學,世界音樂教學方面的研究成果定期發表在世界領先教育期刊上,所有相關文章亦發表在TRIAD、奧福期刊、高大宜期刊以及幼兒早期教育等主流媒體上。

21世紀世界主流兒童音樂教育

音樂教育是對兒童實施教育不可替代的方式。據現代科學調查研究的論證,音樂學習對於兒童大腦與神經、智力、情緒智能、社會性的發展,對於本國本民族傳統文化的傳承、世界文化的認同有著直接有效的作用。

音樂是一種獨特的 智能,在一九八三年,哈佛大學“加德納”教授(1983)揭示音樂智慧智能可以幫助並增進兒童整體學習的效果。孩子渴望學習,教導孩子的音樂材料和練習可幫助孩子們整體的發展。 

音樂是人類不分種族、跨越國界而溝通的共同語言。在此培訓中,我們將討論如何將音樂、音樂活動、音樂教育融合在21世紀的教育中,充分幫助學生建立活躍,創造、健康的思維和思想,形成21世紀所需要的才能。

2018台灣奧福教育協會國際冬令營

台中場:世界主流幼兒音樂教育

 

2018台灣奧福教育協會國際冬令營

台北場:21世紀世界主流兒童音樂教育

Dr. Loong, a native Malaysian Chinese, has completed all levels in Kodaly and Orff-Schulwerk and is certified in both of these methods. Before coming to the University of Hawai‘i, Dr. Loong taught music in the public schools of Malaysia and at Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio.

She has presented at local (Cleveland Orff-Chapter, Hawai‘i Islands: Kaua‘i, Maui, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i

Island, New York City Orff-Chapter, Hawai‘i Orff-Schulwerk Chapter, NOCKA, Baldwin-Wallace College, Cleveland State University, Kent State University, The University of Akron, The University of Hawa‘i), state (HAEYC, HMEA, LCCC, MMEA, OAEYC, OMEA, Peak-Arts Association, Boulder, Colorado, WMEA), regional (MENC, MKMEA), national (Suzuki National Conference, MENC, OAKE, AOSA), and international (ISME, Kuala Lumpur and Beijing) conferences. Dr. Loong has also presented internationally in Korea (Gyeongin National University of Education, Korea Music Education Society Conference, Seoul National University of Education), Malaysia (Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Universiti Teknologi MARA, University Malaysia Sabah), and a series of Early Childhood Music workshops in China (Beijing, Changsha, Chifeng, Guiyang, Kaifeng, Nanjing, Shandong, Shanghai, Suzhou, Urumqi, Xian, Yiwu, and Yunnan).

As a researcher, Dr. Loong has presented at the MENC poster session, the Early Childhood Music Conference at Michigan State University, the Desert Sky Research Symposium at Arizona State and the Symposium for Music Teacher Education, Greensboro, North Carolina. Her research on early childhood and elementary music has been published in several leading journals (Bulletin of the International Kodaly Society, Early Childhood Connections, Early Childhood Spotlight – MENC, Kodaly Envoy, Malaysia Music Journal, Perspectives – ECMMA, Triad, and Orff Echo).

Currently, Dr. Loong serves as chair of the music education area at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, president of the Hawai‘i Music Education Association. She also serves on the editorial board of the Orff Echo, Korean Journal of Research in Music Education, a reviewer for
the Malaysia Music Journal, and a member of the steering committee of the Alliance for Active Music Making in General Music Teacher Education.

She was the past conference chair of HMEA and past chair of the AOSA Research Committee. Dr. Loong is the director of the Bambini, Stellini, and Angeli Ensembles for the Hawai‘i Youth Opera Chorus. In 2012, Dr. Loong was awarded as the outstanding music education alumni from the University of Akron where she completed her bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

Mainstream Children's Music Education for the 21st Century

The early years of a child’s life are critical in laying a firm foundation for all future learning. Music is a vital stimulus to physical, cognitive and social development. In addition, early childhood music education is not something that operates autonomously in a culture; rather, it functions powerfully among various cultures. Teaching authentic musical materials from around the world is vital in the early years, helping children understand that human beings are both universally alike and culturally different.

Furthermore, Gardner (1983) suggests that musical intelligence is a separate intelligence. By teaching to increase musical intelligence, teachers help students develop into well-rounded individuals.
In this workshop, 21st Century skills will also be addressed. 21st Century skills include critical thinking, problem-solving, innovation, creativity, collaboration, and communication, not just the 3R’s (reading, ‘riting, ‘rithmetic). Children will have opportunities to share their thoughts, ideas, and feelings through various activities such as music and movement, art, gardening, and pretend play.


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