7 Ways to Teach a Song

7 Ways to Teach a Song

There have been a handful times I've just wanted to sing the darn song and plan the darn game. In those cases, I have to admit, I have made my children victims to lining out a song. I know, I know. Did you shudder at the mere mention of the good ol' "your turn, my...

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Active Assessment

Active Assessment

If you're anything like me, I've always shuddered at the word assessment. I mean, it's not like it's a warm fuzzy that snuggles against your shoulder and makes you feel happy and excited about teaching. It's latent with expectation, pressure, and stress. I've learned...

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Tips for the Traveling Music Teacher

Tips for the Traveling Music Teacher

If you are an elementary music teacher, there is a strong possibility that you have been a traveling teacher at some point in your career. I am currently on my second round of being split between two buildings. It comes with a unique set of challenges, some of them...

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#fridayfinds – Lakeshore Learning

#fridayfinds – Lakeshore Learning

Welcome to a new series on my blog, #fridayfinds! I was lucky enough to spend almost a month in Baltimore teaching Kodály levels this summer. On the weekends, my colleagues and I took many an adventure to area hang outs. One of those, was of course Lakeshore Learning....

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