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Launched in October 2018, we now are up to 105 postings and GROWING! The Nottelmann Blog is a single place that music educators can turn to when they want to explore ideas, teaching tips, and product information. We offer both exclusive and curated material from national and local experts. Fresh and updated regularly, discover articles, interviews, podcasts, informational videos, and more, searchable by category, title, topic, and contributor. Visit here often for brand new content! NOTE: the page order of our posts is NOT dependent on the most recent date, but is rotated often depending on the school-related season.
Curated from Audio-Technica’s Blog, by the A-T Blog Editor – Whether you’re just beginning with content creation or looking to upgrade your audio gear, Audio-Technica offers a variety of equipment to help you capture the perfect audio for podcasting, broadcasting, streaming, and more. We’ve rounded up some of the best microphones, headphones, and wireless systems that podcasters, social media and YouTube […]MORE
Sandy Feldstein – Artists House Music – In this clip from www.artistshousemusic.org – There are things they don’t teach you in college about being a band director that are important to know; things that go beyond teaching someone to play an instrument. Sandy Feldstein offers excellent advice about soliciting support of other teachers for your program, recruiting kids for your […]MORE
Peer J. Perry, D.M.A. – National Association for Music Educators – As you use more and more technology in your teaching, you might find yourself eventually intertwined in a technological web of software, hardware, apps, desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones, interactive white boards (IWB), etc. As part of their functionality, these devices and applications interact with one another using a variety of […]MORE
Curated from the Conn-Selmer Division of Education – by Dr. Tim Lautzenhauser – “I just can’t seem to get motivated.” “There is so much to do and yet I find myself just sitting around as more work piles up. There is nothing motivating me to get it done.”The successful teachers seem to be so motivated; how do they do it? I wish I could be […]MORE
Rachel Maxwell and Jessica Shields – Smartmusic, The Music Educator Blog – We see 375 band students every day and have very few discipline issues or distractions during class. Here are six music classroom management strategies we use in our program. Rachel Maxwell currently serves as the director of bands at Traughber Jr. High School and as the Jr. High performing arts […]MORE