Today it is our extreme pleasure to welcome Director of Music Education and Associate Professor at George Mason University: Dr. Charles “Chuck” Ciorba. In this episode, we… Read more “The Jazz Cat on Improvisation”
Welcome to EPISODE 30 of #MusicEdLove! This episode is coming out via special request for those of you preparing for Assessment! Here are our 7 tips for… Read more “7 Tips for a SUPERIOR Assessment Season”
“If you see a student in your classroom who is willing to take on a leadership position, knows how to delegate, knows how to be in front… Read more “Music Teachers Needed! with Dr. Annalisa Chang”
Welcome back to an exciting new school year! In this podcast, we aim to get you off to a great start with a few overarching goals for… Read more “Spark Some Joy!”
Dian Eddleman has been teaching school music in public and independent schools for more than thirty years and is presently Choral Director at the University School of… Read more “Effective Leadership with Dian Eddleman”
In this episode, I talk about a few tips for recruiting and retaining student musicians. Enjoy!
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.
This episode is called “Boredom Busters Part II: Round and Round and Round We Go” and today I will give you a few more ideas for building… Read more “#MusicEdLove Podcast Episode 5: Boredom Busters Part II – Round and Round and Round We Go”
Our very existence is threatened annually, and we cry out at the inequity of the threat, and yet many continue to only value the talented ones. You may be thinking, “This isn’t true though!” but I urge you to sit down with a big group of music educators and listen. Listen carefully, because once your eyes and ears are open to the exclusionary trends within this field, you will notice more and more that what we often do is segregate our own students into the talented and supported versus the “untalented” and underrepresented, whether we do it intentionally or not, it is there.