by Sister Lorna Zemke, including an interview by John M. Feierabend.
How do you best engage musically with kids from birth to age five?
On this remarkable DVD, Sr. Lorna Zemkeóone of the most beloved and admired early childhood music educators in the United Statesóshares her practical wisdom and knowledge, gained over decades of classroom experience.
Sr. Lorna shares props, toys, and concepts that are a true treasure trove for anyone working with young children. Her ideas literally seem to spill out of this 2.5-hour DVD and can be immediately put to use in any early childhood classroom.
Through it all, Sr. Lornaís wonderful spirit is certain to inspire those working with young children for many generations to come.
Sr. Lorna Zemke of Silver Lake College is widely recognized as a true pioneer of music education in the United States.
She was one of the first to introduce the music education approach of Zolt·n Kod·ly to an American audience, and she established the first undergraduate Kod·ly music education program in the United States.
Sr. Lornaís early childhood and Kod·ly music education courses have attracted legions of specialists from around the country and the world, and she is much sought after as a speaker and clinician.