How Music Helps: Self, Others, and In Action

How Music Helps is designed to introduce students to music in health and provide musical experiences that foster exploration of how music can help Self, Others, and In Action. Block 3 is designed to give students the unique opportunity to experience first-hand how music helps in action. Students will participate in community music groups as group members where they will also be encouraged to lead musical experiences to their peers (weekly), and if applicable, members of the outside community (biweekly via Zoom). (Outside community members may include individuals from group homes, those with special needs, etc.) Students will be able to connect with their peers, as well as other community members, by working collaboratively to help themselves and others through music-making.

Block 3: Saturdays | March 26, 2022 – June 4, 2022

How Music Helps: Self, Others, and In Action
Time: 9:45am – 11:10am
Location: LuHi Campus
Classroom: Lower Level – 112
Instructor: Ms. Alexandra Timoshenko

Seats filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.
*Courses subject to enrolled

Course Details:
Level MS: 6th – 8th grade

  • Preparation for weekly group music-making
  • Verbal (and written, if preferred/applicable) debriefing on past group music-making
  • Weekly: Participating in music groups (as members) with Block peers
  • Biweekly: Participating in music groups (as members) with outside communities to further expand skills/connect musically with others

Level 101: 9th – 12th grade

  • Preparation for weekly group music-making
  • Verbal (and written, if preferred/applicable) debriefing on past group music-making
  • Weekly: Participating in music groups (as members) with Block peers
  • Biweekly: Participating in music groups (as members) with outside communities to further expand skills/connect musically with others

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