29 | General Music Jumpstart: A Student’s Perspective music class resources show notes that music podcast

 

      This week’s podcast comes from an Instagram live I did with a General Music Mastermind alumnae. Kate took the course when we did our beta launch over the summer and is going to be taking it again with us this time around.

      Kate shares her...

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Teaching Music Without Performances distance learning educational tips music teachers performances

      No matter where you go or who you talk to, music class is synonymous with performances and concerts. Whether it’s the whole school winter concert or a school assembly performance, opportunities to perform in front of an audience are part of most music class...

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28 | Advocating for Music Education with Rainy Barton music advocacy show notes that music podcast

 


 

      In this episode I share my conversation with Rainy Barton about how we can advocate for music education and our programs.

      Especially now during the time of COVID-19, it is important for us to make sure we are advocating for...

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Tips for Planning for a Long Term Absence music teacher journey music teachers teacher tips

 

      Are you finding yourself coming up on a long term absence and feeling overwhelmed at the thought of lesson planning for while you’re gone? You’re in good company! As I write this, I’m finalizing my lesson plans for my maternity leave that will take...

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Adaptive Music Education: Where Do We Start? exceptional learners music teachers teacher tips

 

This post is based on a podcast episode with Stephanie Powell. To listen to her episode, click here.

What is adaptive music education and why is it important?

      Adaptive anything simply means giving someone the tools that they need to accomplish a goal. Adapting could...

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