What To Do When A Lesson Flops music teachers teacher tips

      We've all been there: you spend an hour on a lesson and are so excited to finally get to share it with your students. You prepare all of the manipulatives and resources and jump right in with your students. Then the worst happens: the lesson completely flops....

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Music Education for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder educational tips exceptional learners teacher tips

      Across the United States there are music educators that are teaching students with varying levels of exceptional needs. One of the sub-sets within this student population are students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

      Just as ASD itself lies upon...

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23 | A Look Back at Season One music teachers show notes that music podcast

 


 

      Wow, is it really the end of season one? I am so incredibly grateful for all of you for supporting me over the past six months as I started this new adventure.

      On this week’s episode I take a look back at season one and break...

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22 | What This Year Has Taught Me distance learning show notes that music podcast

 


 

Thank you for listening to this episode of That Music Podcast.

      This week’s podcast is about things that I learned during this past year of teaching. As the year comes to a close, I have been thinking back on the past year. And let’s be honest, it's...

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Creating Meaningful Performances in General Music educational tips music teachers teacher tips

      Performance is obviously a large part of what music is and how it is taught in the public schools these days. The thing is, sometimes we as music educators get too focused on the final product and forget about the musical moments along the way. While I personally think...

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