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TITLE: Communication and Collaboration: What You’re Doing Wrong and How to Make it Right

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DATE: September 25, 2020

Curated from Smartmusic’s The Music Educator Blog – by Elisa Janson Jones – Now more than ever, it’s important for us to practice collaboration and to creatively communicate in ways that are meaningful for others—especially our students. Sometimes we forget how essential these soft skills are for us to learn. Skills like confidently reaching out when we need help, and…

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TITLE: Teaching Remotely The Second Time Around With Aileen Miracle

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DATE: September 12, 2020

Curated from Midnight Music – This episode of the Music Tech Teacher Podcast features Aileen Miracle of Mrs. Miracle’s Music Room.  Aileen talks about teaching elementary music remotely – what worked and what didn’t work the first time around and what her plans are for the 2020-2021 school year.  She also shares some of her favourite tech tools and tips….

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TITLE: Minna Chung: On the Mysteries of Intonation and a Few Things We Can Do to Play More in Tune

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DATE: September 9, 2020

Curated from The Bulletproof Musician – Like most Suzuki youngsters, I went through a phase where I had little stripes of tape placed on my fingerboard to guide where my fingers ought to go. Which I’m guessing was my first lesson on intonation, and the idea that there’s a precise place on the fingerboard, where if you put your finger…

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TITLE: Music Ed Mentor Podcast #79: Upbeat Mindset in Downbeat Times

SOURCE: Curated

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DATE: September 3, 2020

Curated from Smartmusic’s the music educator blog – by Elisa Janson Jones – Six months ago, when the school shut down first started, I reached out to my friend Dr. Matthew Arau to join me for a series of webinars we called “Living in Tune.” Our goal for these webinars was to give people a single time—once per week—to get…

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TITLE: Joel Vanderheyden Loves Jefferson College’s New Nottelmann Sound Systems!

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DATE: August 16, 2020

With budgetary assistance from Joe Pappas and the Jeffco Viking Band Camp,  Jefferson College’s music department was looking for a great sounding and versatile sound systems for the band and choir rehearsal rooms.  They wanted portability, great sound, and high quality recording capability.  Joel Vanderheyden contacted me with specific criteria in mind and I set out to design a system…

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TITLE: How to Use Templates to Stay Productive as a Music Teacher

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DATE: August 4, 2020

Curated from Midnight Music and our good friend from “down under,” Katie Wardrobe – I love templates for many reasons and they can truly increase your productivity! I share the benefits of using templates, some ideas for places you can incorporate templates into your everyday life and give some tips on how to save them.   Check out Nottelmann Music’s…

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