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 to teaching, you need to listen to this. If you’re an experienced music educator, listen and find out how you can help by PAYING IT FORWARD! If you know of a new music teacher that could use a mentor, find out how to get them connected to MMEA Mentoring!
Get connected to MMEA Mentoring. Contact Steve Litwiller by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next MMEA Mentoring Clinic Session – Wednesday January 22, 2020 – MMEA Annual Conference, held at Margaritaville Lake Resort Lake of the Ozarks, Osage Beach, MO. Registration and schedule will be posted Fall of 2019 at https://mmea.net/2020-mmea-conference-clinic-sessions/.
More Postings, Selected Links for Young Teachers – From The Nottelmann Blog
Five Things to Do in Your First Five Years of Teaching – Advice for New Music Educators
Music Ed Mentor Podcast #054: Mastering Classroom Management
Go With The Flow – What To Do When Your Plans Change
How Do I Get Started With Technology In The Middle or High School Music Classroom? A Free Guide – from Katie Wardrobe, Midnight Music
Editor’s Choice – 10 Concert Band Pieces You May Have Missed – Grade 2/Easy – by Ray Benton
Preparing for the First Concert of the Year – by Joe Pappas