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Curated from NAfME – by Peer J. Perry, D.M.A. – 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
From Where It’s A-T, by Audio-Technica Question: How do I mike a marching band? Answer: It’s that time of year again when high school band directors really start kicking it into gear, getting everything ready for the upcoming marching band season. They should have already selected the music they will be playing and started choreographing the show. The site for […]MORE
The Selmer Music Guidance Survey student aptitude test is no longer in print, but below are all of the elements a music educator needs to administer the test. Print out the Student Sheet, play each of the four parts recorded below, and use the answer key to grade the completed Student Sheets. Selmer Music Guidance Survey Student Sheet Selmer Music […]MORE