Workshop video is now available!

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Dear friends,

The video of the Bellevue Washington workshop using songs from this year which took place in January is out. We used a student filmer so some of the footage is shaky, but the content is good. Because of that we are offering a discount. Here is the link to buy the video.

https://gumroad.com/l/musicWorkshop2018

This video also includes a Nursery portion with some darling 2 and 3 year olds.

Take care,

Sharla

18 Responses

  1. Shawna

    I have purchased the Bellevue Washington workshop three times now and for whatever reason it’s not downloading properly. It says it’s downloaded and I start watching it and then if I take a break and come back to it it says access denied. The same thing is happening with the digital book I downloaded. My husband is really mad at me for having bought it multiple times. I’m a new primary chorister and I am teaching on Sunday. I want to be prepared and implement the principles you teach because I really like what I see and it’s really important to me, but how can I do that when I can’t even maintain access to either the book or the workshop?
    My phone number is 435-668-2612

    • Sharla Dance

      I just sent this on to my Tech guy. He is going out of town tomorrow, but I hope he will get back to you quickly.

    • Josh

      Glad we got this taken care of Shawna! Let me know if you need anything else. -Tech Son 🙂

  2. Sally

    Sister Dance, In the workshop you mention that it is easy to change the key of the songs on lds.org. Will you tell us how and where please?

    • Chelsi

      Hi Sally – When you click on a song title in the LDS music library, the page that comes up with the music will have a key signature drop down box at the top. You can click that and transpose up or down to your preference.

      Here’s a link with detailed instructions as well (under the paragraph “Music Player”) – https://www.lds.org/music/help?lang=eng

      Good luck! 🙂

  3. Kellie Esplin

    Hello Sharla!
    I must be having the same problem as Shawna above. I have ordered the workshop a few times, but have not been able to find it in my email and access it like previous years. I show the receipts in paypal, but my searches come up empty. Please forward my info. to your tech. Thanks so much!!!! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE all that I have learned from you!!!

  4. Holly

    I downloaded the workshop. It is so helpful thank you so much. I am just wondering if you can help me build a supply of the hands on tools. Did you make them or buy them? Also. You gave out lots of handouts at the workshop. Is there a place I can download the handouts? Thank you so much for your video. I used the rhythm sticks and paper plate ideas last Sunday and it was the best singing time I’ve had so far. 🙂

    • Sharla Dance

      Did you notice what the topic of the handouts were? I would love to send them to you.

  5. LaLauna Bandmann

    I bought the March video on the 23rd and watched it some then went back to watch again and I couldn’t download it. So I paid again on May 2nd since I couldn’t get it to play. Any chance of a refund?

    • josh

      I refunded the 2nd purchase and resent you the receipt for the first. Thanks! Let me know if you need anything else.

  6. Lindsey

    Sharla,

    I purchased the workshop and had watched about half of it when my computer crashed and I lost it. Is there anyway I can get access to be able to finish watching it?

    Also, thank you so much for the sharing the workshop and all the teaching ideas. I love using your ideas and improving my teaching skills.

  7. Crystal Bankhead

    I was just put in as primary music leader and have almost finished your workshop which is super helpful. In it you talk about teaching a song with three activities per song. Do you do those three activities on the same day using other songs in between or do one activity with the song one week and then a different activity for that same song the next week and so forth?

    • Sharla Dance

      One of the principles that science teaches us is that you need to be actively involved with a song for about 5 to 7 minutes,then you will need to have another experience with the song after you have slept. Primary is perfect because it comes every week. Do one activity of 5 to 7 minutes with the song one week, then the next week, do a different activity with the same song. It really cements the song into the memory and the children have several different memory hooks from the different activities to remember the song!

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