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MusicEd Blogs is a collection of the best music education blogs from around the internet. We cover general music education, band, choir, strings, music education methodologies, and more. Our blogs are relevant to elementary, middle school, and high school music teachers.

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  • Music Ed Mentor Podcast #029: Classroom Life Hacks
    While I think it’s unlikely that anyone interested in podcasts isn’t familiar with the term, a life hack is a tip or trick that makes your life more efficient or productive. I can think of no place in greater need of helpful life hacks than the music ... read more
    Source: Professional Music EducatorPublished on Aug 18, 2018By Elisa
  • Music Ed Mentor Podcast #028: Solutions for Struggling Programs
    Today my guest is one of my favorite resources to tap for all things related to program growth: Bruce Rockwell. In this episode we share tips for struggling programs. Whether you’re just starting at a new school where you plan to rebuild a diminished program, ... read more
    Source: Professional Music EducatorPublished on Aug 18, 2018By Elisa
  • Music Ed Mentor Podcast #027: Developing Student Leadership
    Summer is a great time to contemplate ideas or strategies you may wish to implement next year. In this context, I’d encourage everyone to consider how they develop student leadership in their programs. My guest this week is student leadership guru Duane Huff. While Duane’s ... read more
    Source: Professional Music EducatorPublished on Aug 18, 2018By Elisa
  • Music Ed Mentor Podcast #026: The Essentials of Sight Singing with Mr. D
    While we all know we should devote some of our precious rehearsal time to sight singing, many of us (especially us instrumental teachers) don’t do it. If you feel like you already don’t have enough time to do everything you want to accomplish in class, ... read more
    Source: Professional Music EducatorPublished on Aug 18, 2018By Elisa
  • Music Ed Mentor Podcast #025: Google Tools for Music Teachers
    My guest for this episode is music technology guru and master educator Katie Wardrobe. Her Midnight Music website offers amazing resources for music educators including help with all things tech – from lesson plans to general advice. I invited Katie to join me for this episode because ... read more
    Source: Professional Music EducatorPublished on Aug 18, 2018By Elisa
  • Music Ed Mentor Podcast #024: Tech Success in the Music Classroom
    If you’ve ever wondered about which technology you should be using in your classroom, this episode is for you. Joining me are two of my most tech-savvy contacts, Stephen Keys and Ryan Sargent. Stephen is a Google certified educator and trainer, an Apple teacher, a ... read more
    Source: Professional Music EducatorPublished on Aug 18, 2018By Elisa
  • Music Ed Mentor Podcast #023: Year-End Checklist
    The school year is almost over – and in my case, things are ending with a bang! Three weeks ago the band teacher at my school had surgery and needed a week off. I agreed to sub for him while he was out, especially since I’ll be ... read more
    Source: Professional Music EducatorPublished on Aug 18, 2018By Elisa
  • Music Ed Mentor Podcast #022: Elementary Music for Secondary Teachers (Part 2)
    Many music educators leave college planning to lead a secondary school music program, but find employment teaching elementary music. In our previous episode, master elementary music teacher David Row and I had a great discussion about how to get started with an elementary program. As ... read more
    Source: Professional Music EducatorPublished on Aug 18, 2018By Elisa
  • 11 Things a New Music Teacher Should Know About Their First Year
    Advice and Resources for your first year! Your First Year Teaching So you landed your first gig as a school music teacher. What now? I went from teaching part time at a very small rural school of 53 students to teaching over 400 students in my second. So essentially, I ... read more
    Source: Steve’s Music RoomPublished on Aug 17, 2018By Steve Giddings
  • Music Room 2018
    Relational Teaching. This is important in my community. Important, discussed, encouraged, and celebrated. Challenging for those of us who teach huge numbers of students. Our co-curricular faculty (Spanish, art, music, PE, media, science, and tech) decided to forego the typical team or class awards in favor of celebrating the individual ... read more
    Source: O for Tuna OrffPublished on Aug 17, 2018By Aimee

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