Exploring Sound Art Provocations

Diamond Arrington & Kaijeh Johnson
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Join early childhood music educators Diamond and Kaijeh as they introduce sound art and explain how you can implement it in your classroom. Watch as they use household and natural materials to create an inviting space that’s perfect for exploring sound art. You’ll leave with ready-to-use ideas that can turn your classroom into a magical, musical wonderland!

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Diamond Arrington
Diamond Arrington
Diamond Arrington is a trained choral music leader and early childhood educator who believes all K-12 education should be more like preschool. A current graduate student at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Diamond is passionate about utilizing the arts and play as liberating forces within marginalized communities, especially those serving BIPOC and diversely-able children
Kaijeh Johnson
Kaijeh Johnson
Kaijeh Johnson is an opera singer, gospel musician, and educator currently working as a teaching artist on the Expanding Horizons Through Music program. Currently undertaking his master’s in Human Development at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Kaijeh is passionate about bringing the arts to underserved American communities through sound-making, creativity, and holistic education.
Disclaimer - This resource has been produced independently of and not endorsed by the IB. Toddle’s resources seek to encourage sharing of perspectives and innovative ideas for classroom teaching & learning. They are not intended to be replacements for official IB guides and publications. Views and opinions expressed by the authors of these resources are personal and should not be construed as official guidance by the IB. Please seek assistance from your school’s IB coordinator and/or refer to official IB documents before implementing ideas and strategies shared within these resources in your classroom.