Yes, it’s important to talk about the syllabus and the handbook, and all of the other BORING things, but is this the kind of a tone you want to set for your students??? NO! So, start the class with music blaring from your room.
Good Day and Welcome to our 14th episode of the #MusicEdLove Podcast brought to you by the Music Education Department at the University of Tennessee at Martin. … Read more “Episode 14 – First Year Fortunes, Flops, and Fistbumps”
Consider a Well-Paced Classroom to be the DAILY VITAMIN your students need for optimal musicking.
Good Day and Welcome to our 12th episode of the #MusicEdLove Podcast brought to you by the Music Education Department at the University of Tennessee at Martin. … Read more “Episode 12: It’s All About the People with Scott Laird”
This episode of the #MusicEdLove Podcast is called “From Elite to Extinct” and deals primarily with that kid in the back of the ensemble. The kid who… Read more “Episode 11: From Elite to Extinct”
This episode features Steve Vutsinas, Brent Idleman, and myself in a Music Ed Would You Rather, an assessment chat, and random nuggets of knowledge. Enjoy and don’t… Read more “Episode 10: Nuggets of Knowledge Assessment Style”
Briana R. Priester, MT-BC is a seasoned music therapist and educator who specializes in early intervention, family coaching, and classroom inclusion. She received her music education degree from… Read more “Episode 9: Music Therapy with Briana Priester”