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Syllabus of Success

By Eddie Tuduri on Aug 11, 2017 at 06:44 PM

Syllabus for Success” is a pledge by the organization to be accountable from the top down. Organizations and Special Education facilities embrace the TRAP program at every level. Sustainability and follow-through is the aim of this approach and the facilities that have come on board have stayed on board.


A Miracle in the Wings

By Eddie Tuduri on Jan 24, 2016 at 07:34 PM

Are Miracles real?


The Rhythmic Arts Project: Using Rhythms to Teach Academics and Life Skills

By Eddie Tuduri on Sep 01, 2015 at 12:00 AM in Trap Learning Skills, Trap In Action, Trap Multi Sensory Approach

The Rhythmic Arts Project educates individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities by embracing a curriculum that encompasses rhythm as a modality to address basic life and learning skills as well as reading, writing and arithmetic. There is always a need for innovative teaching in our society. The Rhythmic Arts Project accomplishes this by other than conventional means. Introducing this rhythmic concept gives the participants a fun way to approach basic life skills and scholastics that is as enjoyable to learn, as it is to teach; a win-win situation all around.


Musicians & Charity

By Eddie Tuduri on Jul 25, 2015 at 12:00 AM in Trap Music

A word about Musicians and Charity ....
Shortly after my return from Canada to Los Angeles in 1985, I founded a new charity called
“Musicians for Unicef”


Autism Parenting Magazine

By Eddie Tuduri on Aug 01, 2013 at 12:00 AM in Trap Learning Skills

I’ve had the privilege of working closely with children and adults with Autism and others
with Intellectual and Developmental Differences. I’ve surrounded myself with brilliant
teachers, therapists, parents and doctors who have shared their expertise, guidance and
inspiration for more than 16 years.



The Rhythmic Arts Project has enriched the lives of my student’s. The level of student engagement has greatly increased and they are very focused on their drumming. The self-regulation component of TRAP is a skill my students will benefit from throughout their lives. Starting and stopping on cue and eyes focusing on the leader as well as low, just right and high body levels are strategies that are showing improvement with our drumming sessions. My students are receiving the needed extra sensory input from the extra auditory and physical sensations of their music. With the TRAP Program you can teach students most skills from developing learning to learn skills to equations. My students especially enjoy the challenges of patterns, signing colors, learning phone numbers and addresses. The greatest effect of this program is the excitement and elation my students feel before, during, and after their Rhythmic Arts lesson. The source of this joy can be accredited to multiple aspects of the Rhythmic Arts Project including its environment of inclusion and celebration, along with Eddie and his easy going positive spirit. The TRAP program fosters an environment that allows each of my students to express themselves with their own individual style of percussion. This in turn permits each student to feel like a “star” during drumming and dance solos that are immediately followed by peer praise. Denise Pannell, MS Triton Academy
Denise Pannell
Ventura County Board of Education