YOU WILL LEARN
Creating an environment where every child is able to feel safe enough to take chances and try new things is one of the best ways to help your students succeed.
As music teachers we collect all kinds of songs and materials to use in our classrooms, but finding authentic, high-quality repertoire and resources can be tricky.
We all know that data is important, but sometimes it can be hard to make sure that we are actually using data and assessment in a meaningful way!
We cannot do everything alone. It is important for us to make sure we have a system of support to fall back on when we need it.
I never thought I would be where I am today, teaching elementary music. But through an unexpected change of events, my undergraduate courses, and my field placements, I knew it was my calling.
As much as I loved it, when I entered the teaching world I was a little… lost. So now I’m here, helping other educators fill in the gaps so that we can focus on what really matters: making music with kids.
In this free workshop I'll share my top three secrets on how to be the best elementary music teacher you can be without burning yourself out.