SELF-CONFIDENCE AND RHYTHM: ACTIVITIES WITH DEAF CHILDREN

Today I wanted to work on the pulse and on the self-confidence in the session of Sounding Out - music and deaf. I started with Pedro Consorte's 'Rhythmic cards' game to introduce the idea of pulse and rhythm through the vision and the reading (really helpful with children with hearing impairment). We used the cards... Continue Reading →

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LIFE OF A TEACHER

I didn't run the best session ever? I will do it another day. This is the best opportunity for me to learn, to understand how to improve and to try to do better next week. I'm still feeling upside-down, though.

COOPERATION IN MUSIC

How can we do the same with music? "Really fun way to get some art up on the walls within a week and bring your school together through collaboration! On the first day of art each student created a leaf that represented who they are - then I created a tree on the wall to... Continue Reading →

NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN THE MUSIC THERAPY SONG-WRITING

This is just one part of the session but it's been really important with the work with T., expecially because with him everything is based on improvisation, composition and songwriting due to his sensory process disorder and the difficulty in keeping a long attention and concentration.

CIRCLE-SINGING BETWEEN MY MOUNTAINS

It's not Brasil, New York or London; it's my land and I'm proud to be here learning and sharing what I found amazing all around the world: a sense of community, love for people, faith in life. Music makes us better...

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