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Curated from Midnight Music – Katie Midnight – Featuring Brad Fuller When students join Brad Fuller’s ProjectRnB music program, they are greeted with “Welcome to show business…!” This episode is part 1 of my chat with Sydney based music educator Brad Fuller. In 2012, Brad was contracted to redesign the teaching space at Northern Beaches Christian School where he is […]MORE
Do you have to constantly remind and explain to your students about instrument care? This post can help! From the folks at the Conn-Selmer, here are important instrument care and maintenance tips to share with your students. Separate videos for FLUTE – CLARINET – SAXOPHONE – TRUMPET – TROMBONE, all in one post! Tell us what you think! PLEASE COMMENT […]MORE
Curated from Midnight Music, by Katie Wardrobe – Check out more great offerings from our friend Katie Wardrobe at Midnight Music – What’s the deal with Chromebooks? What makes Chromebooks different? So, you’ve discovered that your school has decided to roll out Chromebooks to students. How can they be used in your music classroom? What exactly can you do on […]MORE
Joe Pappas, Interviewed by Ray Benton – Nottelmann Music – Our Podcast-PLUS series contains OPTIONAL video content. This Music Education two-part podcast focuses on valuable tips and ideas on how to build student numbers in a band or orchestra program. Joe Pappas is a very successful band director, adjudicator, music education consultant, composer and publisher from the St. Louis Metro area. […]MORE
By Ray Benton, Technology and Media Specialist, Nottelmann Music, St. Louis – Heard about the Yamaha Harmony Director? This article is a preliminary post to a more comprehensive posting at a later date. The discussion and comment section at the bottom is for curious educators to ask questions and for current users to […]MORE
This article is curated from Mustech.net. Author Joseph M. Pisano, Ph.D. is the creator of many education websites, a lecturer, clinician, trumpeter, and conductor. Most people don’t think about it; but, if you happen to be a marching band director you KNOW it -successful marching band directors have the same skill sets as successful Chief Executive Officers (CEOs). CEOs must be […]MORE
Ray Benton and Chelsea Handley – Nottelmann Music Co. – Chelsea Handley at Waynesville (MO) High School shows you how she put together an incredible but affordable music tech lab with the help of Nottelmann Music. View this video which takes you inside to meet the students where you’ll see how they are achieving Chelsea’s original goal was to reach […]MORE
Curated from Conn-Selmer’s Education Division, CSI Connect – Dr. Tim Lautzenhauser – Conn-Selmer Division of Education – From Dr. Tim, one of the leading clinicians for music educators, comes this article on time-management. The one equalizing factor in this world is time. We all have twenty-four hours in the day; no more, no less. Successful educators are masters at managing time. They […]MORE
Curated from Yamaha SupportED Magazine 2018 vol 1 – Save time and engage young learners in and out of the middle school music classroom using free apps and web-based programs. BY KEITH OZSVATH AND GREG SCAPILLATO Many technology tools exist to ease your workload and move your music program beyond surviving to thriving. To ensure success, select resources that align […]MORE
By Dr. Charles Laux – Curated from OrchestraTeacher.net Why create a full orchestra? Play music of the world’s greatest composers Play music to sound as the composer intended (most of the time) The most well-known classical music ensemble Collaboration among band & orchestra Create a unique experience Challenge students When should I start? NOT in the first year! Anytime after… […]MORE