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With the challenges of teaching during the COVID 19 restrictions, you’ll find several posts to help you through this challenging time.
Since you’re ALWAYS LEARNING, we’re ALWAYS ADDING MORE!
NOTE: our posts do not necessarily appear in chronological order, as some are ordered according to the season.
To benefit all band directors, The Nottelmann Blog provides this curated, special article on sterilization precautions regarding the Covid-19 Pandemic – COVID-19 and Instrument Cleaning The NFHS, NAfME and the NAMM Foundation recommend the following guidelines for handling musical instruments during the COVID-19 school shutdown period. These guidelines are designed for use by music educators and educators may use these […]MORE
An exclusive webinar from Nottelmann Music, with Rob Babel – Whether your jazz ensemble meets daily or once or twice a week – whether you have years of experience or you are new to teaching jazz – you’ll find lots of tips and ideas in this webinar on jazz ensemble best practices. This is a blog version of our complete […]MORE
Curated from MusTech.Net – by Dr. Joseph M. Pisano – A number of people have been asking me to refer them to online Jazz Resources or Jazz Resources for Teachers that are able to be found or used online with their students. I have a number of posts on MusTech.Net related to this topic, but some are older and somewhat […]MORE
This is an exclusive PODCAST-PLUS version of our webinar from Nottelmann Music – The learning-from-home scenario in the spring of 2020 has forced music educators into online teaching. Avoid the pitfalls and learn the best practices of teaching with quality audio in this webinar with Evan Brown, Education division at Presonus. About the Clinician – Evan Brown is the Education Market […]MORE
Curated from Presonus – by Education Manager Evan Brown – With the rapid shift to online learning many educators are experiencing due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, many are scrambling to get their home office set up and ready to continue teaching their students. While working from the comfort of your home can seem great, it can often present challenges that […]MORE
Curated from Educatorstechnology – Here is a handy visual we published awhile ago featuring some important tips to help you make the best of the new Google Forms in your instructions. You will get to learn how to create a survey, poll or a qui; how to create a form from a spreadsheet in Google Sheets; how to add a […]MORE
Now more than ever, there’s a need for Music Educators to learn from home. Nottelmann Music provides TWO PLACES providing ESSENTIAL learning for ALL music educators! NPD Webinars The Nottelmann Blog In keeping Nottelmann Music’s 65-year-plus tradition of supporting music educators, we offer these pages to support your everyday teaching. Nottelmann Professional Development is here to instruct and provide you […]MORE
Curated from J.W. Pepper’s CUEDin – More time at home means more time to practice and create music. But keeping motivated, organized, and stress-free can be challenging. That is when music experts who have worked on their craft for years can help. J.W. Pepper has had the opportunity to interview numerous successful musicians who are leaders in their fields. Here […]MORE
Most music educators are now faced with online teaching. Whether you’re a pro at it or just getting started, here’s a clearing-house on ideas, sources, and tips. Curated from JW Pepper’s music education blog – In this challenging time, the music education community has been doing what it does best: working together to keep students engaged in deeply meaningful choral, […]MORE
Presented by Joe Pappas, Nottelmann Music Clinician – One of the most difficult aspects of being a music director at any level is anticipating the needs, growth and budget of the school music program. Many times we are faced with needs that exceed the annual budget and are forced to find other means to support our programs. By using the […]MORE