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Prelude
By James Hill
Brain Pickers Anonymous | In 2003, when I first visited Chalmers Doane in Nova Scotia, he shared with me his interest in the way brain research could be applied to music education.
Ukulele Reports
In the Uke Loop | The 2010 Langley Ukulele Workshop plus reports from Vancouver Island, BC; Land O' Lakes, ON; and Auburn, CA.
Interview: Chang-Soo Kim
Teaching the Human | Chang-soo Kim is the founder of Bambell Music, the company currently leading the ukulele charge in Korea. He explains why he was initially drawn to the ukulele as a tool for music education and shares his thoughts on the future of ukulele in Korea.
Left..., Left..., Left, Right, Left!
By James Hill
Teaching Techniques for the Whole Brain | Explore a range of ways to engage learners across the entire neurological spectrum, from strong left- to strong right-brain-dominant. Also explore your own neurological style and how that affects the way you teach.
Free Arrangement!
by James Hill
Snow Shovel Blues
| In keeping with this issue's theme of engaging both left- and right-brain learners, the Teaching Notes for this fun, open-ended blues include strategies for going "beyond the page" with students of any neurological persuasion. Free score!
Pedagogy Corner
by Steve Boisen
Solving the Mystery of the Diminished 7 Chord | Steve Boisen of The Barnkickers de-mystifies the diminished chord once and for all in this entertaining, insightful article.
From the Ukulele Yes! Vault
Vintage Re-print | Canons As Reading Weaponry (L. MacPhee), reprinted from Ukulele Yes! Vol. 5, No. 1 (1980). Practical, hands-on strategies for using Canons in your classroom. Essential reading. Free sheet music!

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In This Issue: PRELUDE UKULELE REPORTS INTERVIEW FEATURE ARTICLE FREE ARRANGEMENT PEDAGOGY CORNER FROM THE VAULT



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