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World Peace Music Project

Your Name and Title: Yoshiro Miyata, ProfessorSchool or Organization Name: Chukyo University,Toyota, JapanCo-Presenter Name(s): Ayumi Ueda Founder of Woman of the World, Anne Mirtschin, Lorraine Leo, World Peace Song Project PartnersArea of the World from Which You Will Present: Japan, USLanguage in Which You Will Present:  EnglishTarget Audience(s): TeachersShort Session Description (one line): This is an introduction to World Peace Music Project Connecting Schools Across the globe.We propose…See More
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World Peace Song Music Project

Teachers are invited to join the World Peace Song Music project under the direction of Professor Yoshiro Miyata, Chukyo University..  The song was composed for World Museum by the internationally acclaimed Women of the World group for children to sing.  Students from around the world will learn the main chorus of the song in English.  They will be asked to think of what peace means to them to write lyrics in their native language that they will record with a melody.  Both tracks will be…See More
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World Peace Song Music Project

Teachers are invited to join the World Peace Song Music project under the direction of Professor Yoshiro Miyata, Chukyo University..  The song was composed for World Museum by the internationally acclaimed Women of the World group for children to sing.  Students from around the world will learn the main chorus of the song in English.  They will be asked to think of what peace means to them to write lyrics in their native language that they will record with a melody.  Both tracks will be…See More
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"Are you interested in a World Peace Song project? If you are, here is the facebook group link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/741169739394984/"
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"Are you interested in a World Peace Song Project.  If you are, you can join at this link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/741169739394984/ Thanks,  Lorraine"
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"Would your music teacher be interested in joining a World Peace Song goup in facebook where we sing a song that was written for World Peace from around the globe with the songwriters? "
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"Are you interested in a World Peace Song project with students from around the world?  If you are, go to our facebook page and ask to be a member.  A music background is helpful or join with a music teacher."
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Light the Candles All Around the World Project

Fourth graders in our school are singing 'Light the Candles All Around the World' by Teresa Jennings for their holiday concert on December 15th.  I have invited interested teachers, students and friends to share a photo of a candle from wherever they are located to add to our google map.  The image that is shared can be a scanned drawing, an original photo of a candle with or without students (back of head okay).  No student names are included.  If you'd like to join this short…

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At 2:41pm on November 20, 2013, Robert Johnson said…

Hi Lorraine,

As sponsors of the Global Education Conference, I would like to offer you a complimentary 60-day trial of our online science curriculum. Science4Us is an interactive standards-based science curriculum. Our program provides foundational skills for kindergarten through second grade students. Science4Us engages students and increases teachers’ comfort while building math and literacy skills.

If you missed our presentation on using Science4Us to build a STEM foundation in early learners, you can see the recorded presentation here.

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