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Lisa Neher Sep 9
It's vocal health month for the singers in my studio! Each week in September we are focusing on things we can do to keep our voices healthy and singing for the long term.
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Elizabeth Stafford Sep 6
The things I do for 🤣
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Kate Sep 17
Thread. 2 years ago, I went to collect a 6 yr old boy for his 1st 🎻lesson. He wasn’t in his classroom, he was in the room where the angry children go to calm down. Glowered at me for first 5 mins of lesson, then gradually thawed...
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Kathleen Peercy Sep 1
Is there anything better than playing an instrument & watching the reactions of students? I don’t think so. Instant calm, instant engagement, instant reflection. Making great kids through music. I love my job.
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Damarys Wichowski Jul 17
I highly recommend this book for any music educator, specifically middle and high school directors (band, orchestra, chorus). With current changes, we need music in our lives! Connecting it to SEL is critical for our students this upcoming year.
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David Row Sep 1
Word wall is up! I might use it diff. this year - refer to it during recorded videos or Zoom meetings, but I still wanted the resource there to use now and in the future. How many other music teachers out there group by category/vocab and don’t do alphabetical?
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nancyflanagan Aug 7
I’m not Pollyanna, telling music teachers to keep your chin up, try something new. You’re righteously sad about your good work being threatened. What I offer is this: 6 suggestions for doing some authentic music teaching during a terrible time.
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Musicians' Union Jul 18
Music teachers: read the latest advice on returning to workplaces and working in out of school settings >
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Joanna Ross Hersey Aug 28
Tonight we held an online vigil for my student who passed, and at one point a student shared how he loved that they would always do “those stupid tuba dances” in the stands at games. I will love that quote forever ❤️
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Jonathan Savage Jul 9
Very pleased to have my name added to this letter with 400 other colleagues printed in today: . We must do all we can to support in schools at this time.
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Music Teachers Association Sep 10
So many school music groups are starting rehearsing again now - please tweet pictures / clips and use the hashtag . This isn't self-promotion - it's helping all in show what is possible... that all pupils and all schools
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Carey Crows Jul 31
Just published this article with a list of sources in McGraw Hill's online blog, "The Art of Teaching." Thanks to all of my awesome colleagues and friends who contributed. Hope it's useful to music teachers (and general ed teachers)!
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Dr. Guadalupe López-Íñiguez Sep 28
Research project of my life submitted for evaluation. Many years leading to this. I hope the fairies sprinkle some magic dust on me 🧙‍♀️💫🧚‍♀️ Well, at least I have grown 3 grey hairs in this wisdom- & paradigm shifts-seeking process (!) 😂🤦‍♀️🤓
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nafme Sep 15
Read about “Educating Students without Technology Resources” in the August issue of ‘Teaching Music’ pages 60–62:
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Nate Holder Aug 7
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Tasha Angeles Aug 26
So excited to start working with my Spartan Woodwind class again! We’re riding the wave 🌊 adjusting to a new format 💻 and having fun making music 🎼🎶🎵 It’s going to be great year! 😎
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Katie Wardrobe 🎤 Aug 10
Free webinar (tomorrow!): Best Tech Tools To Increase Engagement In Remote, Hybrid & Face-to-Face Learning 👉 [replay link will be sent to all registered teachers]
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Megan Holkup Aug 8
Might lose cred with my music Ed friends here but just a PSA: it is still possible to teach music that isn’band/choir. Furthermore, it might be more than “okay” if we did...
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CharangaMusic Sep 2
Calling all instrumental teachers! Start Now – a new 10-step COVID-adapted WCET course – is now available on the platform. Focusing on listening, rhythm work, improvising & composing, it’s perfect if you’re looking for a blended learning approach
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Coventry Music Sep 2
Excellent session to finish our CPD sessions today before we join colleagues across the country with tomorrow. Getting our team ready to engage and support pupils returning to school and music making
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