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TITLE: Make Band a “Home” for Everyone

SOURCE: Curated

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DATE: January 12, 2022

Curated from The YAMAHA Educator Suite – by Jarrett Lipman – How can you make band a place that everyone enjoys? From student musicians who want to be the very best in the all-state contest, to those who are more casual and never practice outside of class, to athletes who want to participate in band, to students who want to…

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TITLE: 5 Time Burglars to Avoid

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DATE: December 22, 2021

Curated from the YAMAHA Educator Suite -by Don Stinson – Time is a precious commodity. As music teachers, we not only have to protect classroom time, but we have to carve out a few minutes (or hours!) here and there to take care of our must-do, non-negotiable tasks. In order to be as productive as possible, you must be mindful…

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TITLE: 7 Self-Care Tips for Music Educators

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DATE: December 21, 2021

Curated from the YAMAHA Educator Suite – by Curtis Dean – Teaching music is a creative job that relies heavily on human interaction and personal connections with your students. While this profession is immensely rewarding, it is also very challenging, and if you don’t take care of yourself, you run the risk of burnout. In this article, we look at…

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TITLE: 5 Major Assets of Teaching Instrumental Music

SOURCE: Curated

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DATE: December 17, 2021

Curated from the Yamaha Educator Suite – by Steve Graves – When we jump into the school year, we’re often forced to just start planning curriculum and deal with the course of events that gets in the way. We don’t have time to take a good look at what we need or already have to work with. But it’s essential…

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TITLE: If We Want to Maximize Learning, is It Better to Focus on Our Failures or Our Successes?

SOURCE: Ray Benton

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DATE: November 15, 2021

Curated from the Bulletproof Musician – by Noa Kageyama, Ph.D. Is it better to focus on our failures or our successes?   Whether it’s an audition, a math final, or your herculean efforts to prepare a non-dried-out Thanksgiving turkey for once, it’s never fun to fail, make mistakes, or fall short of your goals. Which probably explains why there are so many…

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TITLE: 5 Tools to Get Your Motivation Mojo Back

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DATE: November 10, 2021

Curated from the Yamaha Educator Suite – by Kathryn Drury Wagner – Music educators, here are 5 tools to get your motivation mojo back. Experts tell us there are strategies to get your motor running again, to feel more energized, and yes, motivated.  Ah, if only motivation came in a bottle, and you could crack open the cap and chug…

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