“Inner city school added six hours of music a week for every student – school is now in top 10% nationally in reading writing and math; 74% of kids met nations reading standard, higher than national standard, “
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”
If you are a music ed geek like we are, I just know you will LOVE this episode with Eric Branscome! He gives stellar advice for young… Read more “Episode 22 – Try the Chinese Food! with Eric Branscome”
Working with English Language Learners is one of my all time favorite things to do! In this episode, I give you a few tips for making your… Read more “No English, No Problem!”
This episode features Michael Chandler and his journey from organist to music education professor. Chock-full of great advice for young educators, Dr. Chandler discusses interview skills, life… Read more “Episode 18 – The Journey of a Music Educator”
In this episode, I talk about a few tips for recruiting and retaining student musicians. Enjoy!
This episode features the hopes, history, dreams, and goals of some of Brianna Hampton and Krista Mergen, two of our future music educators! These young students give… Read more “Episode 16 – Future Music Educators”
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”