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Jesse Espinosa Aug 13
It's not that difficult to figure this out. Embrace the Arts and support them wholeheartedly. If you want the next level up, this is how you do it.
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🎶 MsJ 🎶 Aug 15
Planning for Year 1 & Year 2 using colour coordinated notes. Works for handbells, boomwhackers, hand chimes. Gets small children reading music at an early age.
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NAfME Aug 16
Congratulations to NAfME member Susan Ives! Susan is the recipient of the 2019 Sweet Adelines / National Association for Music Education Award.
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Band Director Aug 18
Earn credits by reviewing your resources! Spend the credits on items for you and your students!
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Miss Lorren Rahn 17h
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Taylar Powis 23h
Music is a global language with over 20 countries represented! And a growth mindset board “Think like a Musician”.Classroom-in progress...
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Alejandra Lizama-Fontaine Aug 19
I wonder... what amazing things I will witness my students accomplish this school year!
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KavodMusic 22h
We'll post our first week's playlist tomorrow! Each week, we will share what we've been listening to, as well as what we've been learning :)
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Director's Assistant 5h
Teachers, what a great reminder this is of how important your work in music education is. Thank you for all you do, from all of us at Director's Assistant!
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John C. Davis 7h
For many students, music is an important way for them to express, and to find their place in this world. Supporting school music programs supports the hopes and dreams of our wonderful students who deserve to be heard.
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Gautam Menon Aug 19
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ETM 54m
Who says isn’t fun! Our teachers are busy getting ready for the new school year! How are you preparing? Comment below!
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cameron paulin 2h
Saw this today. What a great way to welcome students and give ownership.
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Jessica Barnard Aug 13
I had my back turned for a second to turn on the move-it music for first grade & I overheard someone say, “I wanna be a music teacher one day.”
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Bull Run Middle School Band 🦅 7h
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Rosalind Aug 19
It's Christmas for my students!
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TwoSigmas 22h
A 2 year study by the BCI at shows that exposure to music and music instruction accelerates the brain development of young children in the areas responsible for language development, sound, reading skill and speech perception.
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Corinna Grossman 19h
I ❤️ that I get to make music with children every day! Thank you for checking out my wish list for my elementary general music classes. So thankful for
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Joshua C. Fleming 22h
Being able to express yourself with music can help regulate emotions and create happiness. That’s why I encourage my students to express themselves in music class wether singing, moving, dancing, or playing instruments.
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C.Araujo Aug 20
You are deeply loved & respected, Ms. Cabada❤️❤️As a professional musician 🎼 with decades of experience & as an indefatigable advocate for ; you are an incandescent epitome of the transformative power an educator possesses. 🌟🌟🎻
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