Posts Tagged: Orff Instruments

Making It Work: Instrument Storage and Organization

The Active Music and Movement Classroom: So Much Fun “in Store!” Drue M. Bullington A glimpse into one teacher’s answer to the challenges of having students manage the use and storage of a variety of instruments in an active elemental music and movement classroom. One of the best things about being a classroom music teacher… Read more »

Instrument Repair Hospital – AOSA 2015

The 2015 AOSA Professional Development Conference was held in San Diego, CA on November 11-14, 2015. Waves of Learning workshops, exhibits, and performances provided a flood of opportunities for active learning. In one such session, Lissa Ray (aka “Doctor Lissa”) guided her Instrument Repair Hospital interns through the basics of labeling, storing, maintaining and repairing Orff instruments. With supplies found at the local… Read more »

Instrument Hospital – AOSA 2014

If you missed “Dr.” Lissa’s session on repairing Orff instruments at the AOSA National Conference, here are the detailed notes. The care of your Orff instruments is so important in preserving their sound quality and longevity. And if you’re just a little bit handy, you can repair many of them yourself. Use the power point to inform the… Read more »