Workshops

TRIKE will continue to evaluate safety protocols and follow all guidelines set by our state, as well as Capital University, as our workshops approach. We will keep our Facebook page and website updated with any changes and information.

Pre-registration is recommended, but walk-in registration will also be available at all workshops.


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Chapter Share with COAOSA chapter

September 14, 2024 9AM - 1PM

Plain City Elementary School, 508 S. Chillicothe St., Plain City, Ohio 43064



Join us for a chapter share like none other with the Central Ohio American Orff-Schulwerk Association educators.  Our music educators will share how Kodály and Orff methods can work in harmony.  Experience how these tried and true pedagogies can support each other to enrich your music room.

This workshop will be at Plain City Elementary School at 580 S. Chillicothe St., Plain City, OH 43064

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Erasmia Voukelatos: Mediterranean Voices
September 28, 2024, 9AM - 1PM 
Capital University, Conservatory or Music, Crist Room

Bio and description coming soon!

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Becca Buck and Qorsho Hassan: The Rhythm of Somalia: A collection of songs, stories and traditions
October 19, 2024, 9AM - 1PM 
Capital University, Conservatory or Music, Crist Room








Join us for this engaging presentation on a culturally relevant approach to music education and trauma-informed teaching. Together, we will cover the importance of cultural representation, mirrors and windows in the music classroom, and integrating global music into your daily teaching. We will have critical discussions about the importance and need for global music education vs Eurocentric music education, learn about Somali culture, practices, and values, and discuss the importance of using global music to connect with students and their lived experiences. You will walk away knowing new Somali repertoire directly from Qorsho and Becca's newly published book, "The Rhythm of Somalia," and how to use this resource with your students.



Bio:

Becca Buck  is a K-5th grade music teacher in ISD 191, living in Minneapolis, MN. She received her Bachelor of Music in K-12 Vocal Music Education (2012) and Master of Arts in Music Education with a concentration in Kodály (2018) from the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota. She now teaches at the Kodaly Institute at the University of St. Thomas, instructing Folksong and Materials II and III, and Pedagogy III.


Becca has presented at the local and national level for her work in culturally relevant teaching in a Kodály-inspired classroom, served as treasurer for the Kodály Chapter of Minnesota for 9 years, and received the Spirit of Excellence award in her district in 2020. She is co-lead for her district’s union equity team, recently co-authored "The Rhythm of Somalia," received 2024 MMEA Elementary Music Teacher of the Year, and is a 2024 Minnesota Teacher of the Year finalist.


Qorsho Hassan is an educator, writer, and advocate known for her dedication to promoting equity and diversity in education. She was named the 2020 Minnesota Teacher of the Year. Her work centers around culturally responsive teaching practices and advocating for the needs of marginalized students, particularly those from immigrant and refugee backgrounds. She is a strong voice for inclusive education and strives to power both students and fellow educators to create more equitable learning environments.


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Workshop fees for the 2024-2025 :
$75 for all 3 workshops for OAKE members
$150 for all 3 workshops for Non-OAKE members
$30 for a single workshop (OAKE members)
$60 for a single workshop (Non-OAKE members)
$5 for students and first time attendees

TRIKE is currently accepting the following forms of payment for all workshops:
Cash, Check, Venmo, Tap Pay and Apple Pay




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