A Musical Approach to Empower Children with the Tools to Overcome Bullying and to Build Self-Esteem
Character development and anti-bullying student-produced public service announcements (PSAs) based on their own experiences.
This talk has a strong anti Bullying message as well as sharing the struggles growing up as a second language child not learning to read until the 4th grade. Life changing message for all that hear this talk.
Poetry as theater, transforming poems into scripts and students into fellow actors.
Arts, Music, Dance. Character Ed, Anti-Bullying, Leadership. Health/Fitness. Science/STEM/STEAM, Technology, Engineering, Physics. 3Rs, Reading, Writing/Poetry, Math. Arts & Drama, Theatre, Media Arts, Visual Arts. Literature. Workshops/Residencies.
Scot uses mime, music & participation to cover: bullying education, conflict resolution, tolerance, overcoming obstacles,problem solving, responsibility and how to engage in positive & productive activities.
Award-winning Japanese storyteller Motoko strives to (1) Advance your students’ literacy skills through storytelling and creative writing; (2) Enhance your students’ understanding of Asian history and cultures; and (3) Expand your students’ knowledge of geometry through the art of origami.
Nonverbal communication: Mime,dance, music character,theater.Themes include reading and perseverance for success and overcoming obstacles in life.
Art as a window into culture, to introduce basic values and symbols of the Iroquois.
Bulllying, Cyberbullying and Suicide Prevention
1) Traditional Children’s Game Songs, Stories and Singalongs (preK-1)
2) Neighborhoods and Communities (K-2)
3) World Cultures (K-6)
4) Native Americans – Iroquois or Haudenosaunee life (K-8)
5) Colonial America (Grades 2-8)
6) Westward Expansion and the Gold Rush (K-8)
7) The Erie Canal (K-8)
8) Regions of America (K-8)
9) Immigration to America (Gr. 3-8)
10) War of 1812 (Gr. 4-12)
11) Traditional Music of NYS (9-12)
Women’s Suffrage, Social Studies, American History