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Boomwhacker Dice | Chance Composition Worksheets
Boomwhatcker dice composition is a fun game for your elementary music classroom! Add this music activity to your lesson plans today and get ready for back to school! #MusicGame #InstrumentGame #ElementaryMusic #MusicTeacher #LessonPlan #BackToSchool
Inclusive Music Blueprint
Music education is for everyone, but so many teachers feel ill-prepared to provide high-quality music education for self-contained classes of students with exceptional needs.In this mini-course you'll learn my Inclusive Music Blueprint to make planning high-quality, differentiated lessons for self-contained classes a breeze! #Music #Teacher #Course #Education #Disability #SpecialNeeds #Inclusive #Elementary
Music Education for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Allowing our students with Autism Spectrum Disorder to be successful in the music classroom can be hard. Music educators are often ill-prepared to work with students with more profound learning needs. However, research suggests that including students with ASD in our music classrooms is something that can be influenced by a students' least restrictive environment. #asd #autism #musiceducation
Music Teachers: What You Need To Know About Re/Sound! | That Music Teacher —
Want to find out how to turn your mainly traditional folk music repertoire more current, authentic and culturally diverse all for FREE?! Check out this awesome resource for music teachers!! #MusicTeacher #Resound #FreeResource #CultureDiversity #
Doggie Doggie | Folk Song Kit
Grab these visuals as a fun learning activity for your elementary music class. Doggie doggie is a fun folk song and these visuals make it even more fun - your students will love them! #MusicGame #MusicActivity #ElementaryMusic #MusicTeacher #MusicClass #LessonPlans
5 Reasons Why I Love Elementary Music (And You Should Too!)
Since elementary music teachers usually see all of the kids in a building, rather than just the kids who choose to take music, students' interests and skills can vary greatly from year to year. This means that no day is ever the same. Just when you think you have a foolproof lesson that is a hit, you find a group of fifth graders just too cool to even try! Or, you are in the middle of the best lesson of your life and it starts to snow...
The 3 Biggest Lessons 2020 Taught Us
Pandemic teaching is something none of us ever expected, but we did it! Now that summer is here and I’ve had a moment to think, I realize that 2020 wasn’t all bad. There were moments of laughter, of innovation, and of true collaboration. It was an incredibly challenging year, but I think there were still lessons that we can take with us into the new year.
What Happens to the Teenagers? (with Lesley Schultz)
In this episode I share a conversation I had with Lesley Schultz about the fate of our teenagers after they leave our classrooms. Lesley shares her experience with teaching general music at the secondary level and how we as elementary music teachers can work together to help better serve our students.
Teach and Collaborate With Other Subject and Content Areas in Music
As a specialist and quite possibly the only music and/or content area teacher in your school building, collaboration with other teachers is important. This helps you build relationships with other teachers, which is fantastic, because being a specialist can be isolating at times. Students love to make connections to what we are learning in music class and their general classroom studies! There are many ways you can incorporate other subjects into your general music class!