IDEAS FOR DISTANCE/ONLINE TEACHING AND LEARNING
SOME GREAT IDEAS!    THANK YOU! :-)

Nr.

Title

Author

Country

Language

Content

Target group/ age

Directed to

1

Digital teaching in an Orff-Schulwerk world

Tiffany English

USA

English

Article from Reverberations, AOSA

Directed to teachers

Teachers

2

How to teach Orff-Schulwerk online: Article providing information and inspiration

Olympia Agalianou

Greece

English

explaining processes for online teaching in general

Article for teachers

Teachers

3

Don't forget to wash your hands

Werner Rohrer

Austria

English/ Deutsch

Hand gestures, and speech rhyme to recorded music

Addressing children directly

Primary and Middle School students

4

Mosquito-Juba

Werner Rohrer

Austria

Deutsch

Body percussion with speech rhyme

Addressing children directly

Primary school, grade 3 and 4

5

Regentropfen Kanon.

Werner Rohrer

Austria

Deutsch

3 videos, developing 4 motifs and canon singing sequence of 4 different rhythms, plus creative group tasks

Addressing children directly

Upper Primary and Middle school

6

Music activities for the lockdown

Orff UK: David Wheway, Sarah Hennessy, Andrew Maud, Ian Shirley

England

English

Exploring sounds around the home and sounds for storytelling

Suggestions for teachers, videos for children

a: Four + years of age. b: Seven to eleven years olds.

7

Creating elemental music and movement experiences in an Online Learning Enviroment

Drue Bullington

USA

English

Nonconventional sound sources, speech rhyme literacy

Introduction for teachers and examples addressing children

Upper primary

8

Table rhythms

Doug Goodkin

USA

English

Accumulative rhythm patterns, transfer to nonconventional sound sources

For children and teachers, modelling the orchestration of rhythm patterns

Primary and upper primary

9

Letter to the IOSFS

Krongtong Boon-prakong

Thailand

English

For all members

10

Children's songs

Nanna Hlif Ingvadottir

Iceland

Icelandic

Songs for the children at home performed with a small group of children

Sharing of songs with gestures and accompaniment

Junior primary

11

Experiences with music & dance ed. online

Johanna Kellerer

Germany

Text English

Song and story of a 'time witch' with movement and literacy.

Teaching children directly online with Zoom

Kindergarten and Junior primary

12

Orff-Schulwerk, Vol. 1, p 53

James Harding

USA

English

Echo playing, dynamics, tone, colour, developing formal structures

Suggestions for teachers

Adaptable for any age group

13

Visit to the Zoo

Peta Harper

Australia

English

Responding to music with drawing and movement

Suggestions for teachers

4-7-year olds

14

Die Tintenfliege

Christine Preißinger

Germany

German

Song about the 'Ink-fly' with sound gestures and accompaniment

Class for children online

Junior Primary

15

One Sunny Day and Inner Anner Ooo

Joyce Kojevnikov

Australia

English

learning a song adding acc. with pots and pans

Class for children online

10 - 11-year olds

16

Banaha (from the Dem. Republic of Congo)

Christoph Maubach

New Zealand

English

Creating body percussion patterns, suggestions for movement and listening activity

Suggestions for teachers

9-12- year olds

17

Walpurgis Night

Anu Tähemaa

Estonia

Estonian with English subtitles

Fingerplay, rhythmic and movement improvisation

Synchronous online class showing creative action with children via Zoom

7-12-year old mixed group

18

Variations on "Co-Co"

Robert Grüner

Germany

German

Improvised speech, song, gestures

Performing with children

6-8-year olds

19

C. Saint-Sans: The cuckoo

Thea Krauss -Seeger

Germany

German

Listening activity with drawing

For children

Kindergarten and Primary

20

Tomato salad

Christine Preißinger

Germany

German

Using punch and Judy figures, unscrambling syllables, speech patterns with changing accents

Online class for children

6-7-year olds

21

Dancing Obwisana

Tetyana Chernous

Ukraine

Ukrainian

movement warm up, leading to a dance improvisation with objects to Obwisana

Synchronous examples with children using Zoom

4-6-year olds

22

Marula Tree

Caroline Zeeman

New Zealand

English

Pass the beat and add rhythm patterns to a song with ukulele

Suggestions for teachers

Primary school

23

Elements of music

Jeremy Huntler

New Zealand

English

Rhythmical speech and listening activities

Addressing children directly

Primary School

24

Loo-La, a nonsense song

Janine Wymer

New Zealand

English

Echo singing, body percussion, movement

Suggestions for teachers

Primary School

25

Poem Stardust

Shirley Harvey

New Zealand

English

Poem with movement, music and graphic notation

Suggestions for teachers

Primary School

26

Starting with an artefact

Robyn McQueen

New Zealand

English

Textile, woven patterns from Africa, creation of a rhythmical rondo

Suggestions for teachers

Primary School

27

Koko Elai

Claire Mc

New Zealand

English

Congolese Greeting Song with accompaniment

Suggestions for teachers

Junior and Senior Primary

28

Sarasponda

Celia Stewart

New Zealand

English

Song with movement and rhythmic accompaniment

Suggestions for teachers

Junior Primary

29

Snakes alive

Michele Ellis

Australia

English

Series of activities, listening, playing and dancing to recorded music.

Suggestions for teachers, and playing online with children.

4-9-year olds

30

Playing with a word: Chocolate

Jo Charman

New Zealand

English

Playing with the words, syllables and body percussion patterns.

Suggestions for teachers

Teachers

31

E tu kahikatea, Māori song about providing support

Christoph Maubach

New Zealand/Aotearoa

English and Te reo Māori

Movement explorations, singing and playing accompaniment

Suggestions for teachers

Teachers

As a result of the Coronavirus crisis many teachers have found themselves unprepared for the fact that they have to teach music and dance online. In order to offer them suggestions and support, you will find contributions from colleagues for different target groups on this page.

If you would like to make a contribution yourself, please write to: info.iosfs@gmail.com

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