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On today’s episode of The Anacrusic Podcast, I’m chatting with the fantastic David Row. If you don’t know David from his wonderful blog, podcast, or weekly facebook lives, you are in for a complete treat. Aside from being a terrific Orff-inspired pedagog, David is one of the friendliest people I have ever had the pleasure of interviewing on the podcast. Today, we talk candidly about what it’s really like moving to a new campus (something we’ve both done a TON of), and why you shouldn’t feel guilty about making the move.
Check out more from David on his website here→ makemomentsmatter.org
David Row loves teaching music to kids. A Nebraska native and Midwesterner at heart, David now lives and teaches in the Cherokee County School District outside of Atlanta, GA. He holds a Master’s Degree in Music Education from the University of Missouri – Kansas City Conservatory, completed three levels and a master course in Orff Schulwerk training, and has extensive experience with critical thinking in the arts.
David is an active clinician and has presented workshops at state and local conventions across the country. He loves sharing and networking with other educators and tries to actively engage the larger music education community through his podcast, social media, and with “Musical Monday” LIVE videos on Facebook where he shares his lessons for the week along with favorite resources, tips, and tricks. On his blog, MakeMomentsMatter.org, David shares ideas about classroom content, management, lesson plans, critical thinking, and much more!
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