47 | Seamless Transitions in the Music Classroom classroom management show notes that music podcast

 


      Transitions can make or break a lesson. By thinking through the ways in which our students (and us as the teachers) move from one activity to the next, we are able to help make our lessons more streamlined and seamless.

      This year I’m...

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How Your Teens Can Help You Create Class Expectations back to school classroom management classroom tips

      Picture this: it’s the first day of school. You put on your best teacher outfit and feel refreshed and ready to start the year. Your classroom is *nearly* complete, and you feel set up and ready for the new year. 

      Your students arrive and...

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Community Building in the Music Classroom classroom management classroom tips first year

      The music room is a magical place. At any given time, someone walking in can hear folk songs being sung, students collaborating, instrumental improvisation, and many other beautiful sounds. But just ask any music teacher and you’ll quickly realize that the magic of the...

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41 | Building Relationships in the Music Classroom with Katie Holbrook classroom management show notes that music podcast

 


 

      In this episode I share a conversation I had with Katie Holbrook about how we as elementary music teachers can build meaningful relationships with our students.

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      Katie Holbrook is a Georgia-based third year music teacher and...

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The Intersections Between Music Education & Music Therapy classroom management exceptional learners music teachers

This post is based on a podcast interview with Lauren Marcinkowski, MT-BC, M.Ed.. To listen to her episode, click here.

What is music therapy and why is it important?

      Music therapy is a clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individual goals...

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