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TITLE: “Developing Musicians or Directing the Band?” 6 Survival Tactics for the Middle School Band Director 

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DATE: December 19, 2019

Curated from BandWorld – by Benjamin Davis – “Traps” in the Daily Life of a Middle School Band Director You may be familiar with the adage, “He couldn’t see the forest for the trees.” If we were to reverse the wording of that expression, we have an accurate description of what happens to many middle school band directors. Middle school […]

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TITLE: 15 Relevant Educator Questions to Strengthen Student Enjoyment in Class

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DATE: December 7, 2019

Curated from TME, The Music Educator Podcast – by Bill Stevens – What questions should you consider when preparing to teach?  This short podcast presents Bill’s 15. The Music Educator Podcast is about analyzing, nurturing and discussing what takes place in the music classroom as it relates to 21st-century education. This podcast compliments the educational vision of The Music Educator […]

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TITLE: How Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Impacted Music Education

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DATE: December 5, 2019

Curated from the JW Pepper blog – By Mary Rogelstad – It’s said the first thing Fred Rogers did when he returned home from emergency surgery for stomach cancer was go straight to his piano. His wife Joanne has shared with friends how much her husband loved playing that piano. His grandmother bought the nine-foot Steinway concert grand for Fred […]

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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: Creating Positive Classroom Behavior

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DATE: November 1, 2019

Curated from Conn-Selmer – by Dr. Tim Lautzenhauser – We often hear fellow teachers talk about a student’s ill-disposition or bad attitude and how it has a negative impact on the group. Perhaps more than any subject in the school curriculum, the attitude of the students plays a crucial role in the forward progress (or lack of) of the music […]

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TITLE: 3 Reasons Why Now — More Than Ever — America Needs Music in its Schools

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DATE: October 30, 2019

Curated from Get Banded, a blog published by Jupiter, Mapex, and Majestic instruments – by Anthony Mazzocchi  For the first time ever, music is now cited in federal statute as a stand-alone subject in schools. The timing could not be better.  After all, provision for the arts in school curricula should be a no-brainer requirement of a well-rounded education.  However, just […]

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