Written by a classroom music teacher and co-published by NAfME, Uke Can Do It! provides tools, resources, and guidance for teachers in the development and maintenance of a successful ukulele program.
Suitable for those with or without prior experience in ukulele, the easily referenced and concisely written book includes:
* Strategies for proposing and outfitting a ukulele program
* Classroom management tips
* Support for use with special learners
* Learning sequences in ukulele technique
* Ideas for classroom use and performance
* Scales and chord charts with fingering
* And more!
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Philip Tamberino is an elementary music teacher who developed the first classroom ukulele programs in the New York metro area and has since conducted professional development for the National Association for Music Education, the New York State School Music Association, and area colleges and school districts to promote the use of the ukulele as a school instrument. He is also the author of Uke Can Do It 2!: Classroom Ukulele Method and the founder of the website UKE Can Do It!, currently the largest network of school ukulele teachers on the Internet.Review:
Well written and better than most I've seen...a meaningful effort to promote 'ukulele education. (Byron K. Yasui, ukulele virtuoso and professor emeritus of composition and music theory, The University of Hawai'i at Manoa)
Philip Tamberino's guide to including the ukulele as a significant component of the school music program is comprehensive, inspirational and informative...a wonderful resource for all music educators. (Victor V. Bobetsky, associate professor and Director of the Teacher Education Program in Music at Hunter College of the City University of New York)
Thanks to Tamberino's teaching, I have successfully incorporated ukulele instruction in my methods classes with great success. Tamberino's text is full of practical ideas which will enrich your teaching and foster student learning. Hands-on learning at its best! (Joseph A. De Leo, adjunct instructor and student teaching field supervisor, Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions, New York University)
Uke Can Do It will prove to be an invaluable resource to anyone who is thinking of starting a ukulele program at their school. Phil has thought of everything—from gathering support and funding to accessible repertoire to final performances—and presented it in a friendly guide that will be useful to teachers just starting a program and to those who are already enjoying the instrument with their students. Starting a uke program is a big undertaking with even bigger rewards; Uke Can Do It makes it a manageable, guaranteed-to-succeed project for anyone who wants to give it a try. (Rachel Knataitis-Dobbs, K-8 classroom music teacher in Rochester City School District, Rochester, NY)
Uke Can Do It! provides everything music educators need to develop a ukulele program in their school, including...a guide for first time ukulele buyers, beginner instruction in how to play the ukulele. . . .strategies for proposing and outfitting a ukulele program, classroom management tips, scales and chord charts with fingering, and more. (Music Educators Journal)
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