It’s hard to believe we are almost two weeks into 2020! The past year has been a whirlwind. There were several awesome professional opportunities, including a new job, my experience at the Google Innovator Academy and two exciting projects that will
Last year I enjoyed putting together my Top Five Blog Posts of 2018, and feel that’s a great way to kick-off the upcoming blogging year. Here are my top five most-read posts published in 2019.
This was such a fun post to write! In August 2018 I took a course in Conversational Solfege, which at its most basic, uses the sound before sight approach. I incorporated this method into my teaching of beginning
Over the last few years a focus in my teaching has been to empower the students in my music classes. One way I have done that is by having students perform jobs in music classes.
It’s no secret that I love using technology in my music classes! I think there are some great apps that can help students increase their knowledge of music and benefit students in instrumental music classes.
The week after a concert can be tricky, especially if you are right before winter break or summer vacation. It’s tempting to show a movie, give students a study hall, or something similar, but here are five alternatives that can spark creativity and help empower music students.
It’s no secret, one of my favorite EdTech tools is Flipgrid! Several times a year Flipgrid makes updates that have amazing implications for music teachers!
Other Notable Posts
While not published in 2019, these two posts still received a record number of views this year!
Thanks for your continued reading and support! I look forward to another great year of blogging to come!
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