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Choir/Vocal

TITLE: Levels of Thinking

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DATE: November 5, 2019

Curated from Conn-Selmer – by Frank Troyka, Educational Consultant – Something all of us hope to instill in our students is the ability for them to take responsibility for their own learning. As musicians, independence and interdependence are inherent in virtually everything we do. As a young teacher, I found myself trying to bear the burden for student achievement somewhat […]

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TITLE: Strategies For Success: Thoughts For New (and Veteran) Teachers

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DATE: November 4, 2019

Curated from Conn-Selmer – by Dr. Charles T. Menghini – In every case, it boils down to the little things. Simple acts. Things that we can incorporate into our way of living. They become a part of who we are and help to define our success (or failure). In the end, the little things in life are the big things. […]

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TITLE: Music Education Mentoring in Missouri – A Crucial Program

SOURCE: Ray Benton

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DATE: October 17, 2019

A Podcast Interview with Steve Litwiller, MMEA Mentoring Chair – by Ray Benton – An Exclusive podcast from Nottelmann Music – Did you know that forty-four percent of new teachers leave teaching within five years?  Learn how MMEA Mentoring Chair Steve Litwiller and educators in this program are making a real difference!  If you’re a Missouri Music Educator and new […]

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TITLE: Tim Lautzenheiser Speaks on the Power of Learning

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DATE: October 15, 2019

Curated from Conn-Selmer’s CSI Connect – by Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser – Conn-Selmer’s VP of Education, Tim Lautzenheiser, encourages us to discover the power of learning and the reason there is no end to power of music in our students lives.

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TITLE: 10 Easy Ear-Training Exercises for Choir

SOURCE: Ray Benton

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DATE: October 15, 2019

Great info here for choir directors.  Read on, pass on to colleagues.  Curated from Smartmusic’s Music Educator Blog – by Andy Beck. As a former high school choir director, I recognize both the challenges and rewards of teaching aural skills within the context of large group rehearsals. While time is often tight, and concert schedules tend to dictate priorities, there […]

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TITLE: How to use Google Classroom to Submit Recorded Singing and Playing Assignments

SOURCE: Curated

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DATE: September 27, 2019

Curated from Midnight Music – by Sarah Taylor – Streamlining student data collection the easy way One afternoon, I was sitting at my desk in my chorus classroom. My 6th graders had just left. The high school girls ensemble was after my planning period. I was preparing for a meeting with my administrator who wanted an update on my data-driven […]

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