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Students will integrate teaching-learning theories as they apply to problems which occur in the classroom situations in which the student teacher or intern is working. Prerequisite: Admission II or applied for Admission II and concurrent enrollment in Elementary Education 400 and 401.
 
Teaching Languages Arts Pre-K-8 This course is planned for you to study teaching language arts, to provide practice using instructional materials, and to learn about evaluation strategies likely to enhance communication of all learners. An integrated and constructivist approach to reading, writing, speaking, listening, language study and language diversity will be provided. Prerequisite: Elementary Education 201, Educational Foundations 380 (may be taken concurrently) and Admission I.
 
Is it equal for Special Education Students? … Special education from the student point of view. I was in special education in elementary school and middle school, and experienced the consequences of it in high school and beyond. … I'm David Potter. I Survived Special Education: Not A Joke. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/notajoke/support
 
Are you an elementary music teacher? Maybe you’re worn out, overwhelmed, or feel like it gets harder each year. Hi, I’m Jessica, and it’s my passion to help elementary music teachers, just like you, figure out your unique teaching style. In this podcast, I'll share helpful tips and strategies, work-home life balance tips, and mindset blocks, while helping give you the motivation you need to gain momentum in your teaching so you can continue being the music teacher rock star you already are. ...
 
Tune in as school district superintendent Dr. Joe Sanfelippo and Bammy Awards, elementary school principal of the year, Tony Sinanis explore why telling your education stories and branding your school is so important today.. BrandED offers strategies, tips and tools to help teachers, principals and administrators reclaim the narrative about education and to build communities by telling their education stories one classroom at a time, one school at a time. once school district at a a time. Te ...
 
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In this podcast episode, I'll talk about what to know about students entering the music room. Honestly, when you set yourself AND your students up for success before they even step foot into your classroom, your class time will run smoother than ever. Throughout the episode, I discuss: The importance of meeting your students at the door Doing body …
 
Are the findings of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act equal for Special Education Students? Sources: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act: https://uscode.house.gov/view.xhtml?path=/prelim@title20/chapter33&edition=prelim. I Survived Special Education: Not A Joke. http://www.notajoke.net/. https://www.facebook.com/notajokenet/. …
 
Are Seclusion and Timeout equal for Special Education Students? Sources (Keeping All Students Safe Act): https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/3474/text?r=1&s=2. https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/senate-bill/1858/text?q=%7B%22search%22%3A%5B%22%5C%22Keeping+All+Students+Safe+Act%5C%22%22%5D%7D&r=1&s=1. https://www.congr…
 
While working with students with exceptional needs, you'll encounter students who deal with behavioral challenges. It's so tough as the music teacher knowing how to best work with these students and to stay patient in the process. In this episode, Dr. Erin Parkes discusses how to take an empathy based approach to the behavioral challenges you may e…
 
Is Graduation equal for Special Education Students? Sources (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act): https://uscode.house.gov/view.xhtml?path=/prelim@title20/chapter33&edition=prelim. https://autisticadvocacy.org/about-asan/identity-first-language/ NOTAJOKE.net: http://www.notajoke.net/ https://www.facebook.com/notajokenet/ http://millionaire…
 
Maybe you've wanted to start a side hustle or sell some products or services, but you're not quite sure how. I remember starting out and having all of the questions and no idea how to figure out the answers. In this episode, I'll break down the first steps to consider while pursuing your edupreneur dreams. Some of these tips may be strategies you'v…
 
Are children with disabilities equal as special education students? Is special education equal for special education students? Special Education is defined in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. It requires a Free Appropriate Public Education for disabled students. Special education and related services are provided via an Individualiz…
 
What is a student-centered classroom? How exactly does it empower your music students? In today's episode, Theresa and I talk about these exact topics and help provide you with strategies to move forward with implementing ideas into your classroom. Theresa is a Google for Education Certified Trainer and Innovator, frequently working with teachers t…
 
Personal development for teachers is an important topic, to help you in both your teacher life and for your students. A lot of times the focus is on professional development only, and personal development for teachers is forgotten about. It's important that you know how much you matter as a person, and not just a teacher. Then, show that person to …
 
Whether you already taught in person last school year or you'll be headed back into your building this school year, there's a lot of fear, uncertainty, and unknowns facing not only you, but your students too. In this episode, I'll address some thing to think through as you head into the new school year. We'll discuss: How music class may feel new t…
 
There are so many mindset beliefs music teachers deal with on a daily basis. In this episode, I'm going to tackle the 3 I hear mentioned the most. Today, we're going to talk about the thoughts: "I'm not good enough..." "I feel like giving up..." "My students are behind..." The doors to HARMONY are officially open, but hurry because doors close tomo…
 
Have you felt stuck or supported as a music teacher? In this episode, I brought in Taylor Middleton to talk about her journey as a music teacher and how she's found the support she needs. What you need won't look the same as any other music teacher and it's important to identify what that looks like for you. As you listen in today, you'll hear Tayl…
 
In this episode, you'll hear from 15 music teachers who all have different stories to share. That's what so cool about meeting elementary music teachers... everyone's story is different. You'll hear what struggles each teacher faced and what they've gotten from being in the HARMONY membership. While listening in, you'll be able to connect with a st…
 
Do you view professional development as only earning PD hours and enough credits just to get by? What if I told you it was about so much more than that. In this episode, let's talk about how you can reframe the way you view professional development and what my favorite way to do that is. Read the blog post that goes hand in hand with this episode r…
 
Planning out the first month of school can seem a little daunting. There are so many decisions to make and things to think about before you teach a single lesson. In this episode, I'll break down the "how to" behind planning for back to school and will walk you through some deciding factors to consider while you're making your plans. Come to the "B…
 
You’ve probably accumulated so many lesson plans from different workshops, trainings, levels courses, friends, and resources. It gets so overwhelming knowing what to do with each lesson plan and how to find what you need when you plan each week. Today, I want to talk about a simple way to keep your lesson plans organized. Want to take a deeper dive…
 
Determining how to structure your class time in the music room can be tricky. You see your students on average for 45 minutes once a week and want to use your time wisely with each class that comes into your in person or virtual music room. In this episode, we'll talk about how to structure what happens in the music room so the time you see your st…
 
Did you learn in college that classroom management was only about the rules and about being strict? Yeah, me too... But, classroom management is about SO much more than that. In fact, forming relationships is the KEY to classroom management. In this episode, I'll be talking about what classroom management is and isn't to help you move forward with …
 
So, now that the school year is over, what do you do now? You’re probably thinking… umm Jessica, absolutely nothing is the answer to that...right? In this episode, we'll talk about how the most important thing you can do is to take a break and then do something fun before you even begin to think about going back to school. Then, begin to process th…
 
Maybe you're teaching music full time, but you've had the desire or passion to pursue something else as a side hustle too. Thinking about doing this can be intimidating and overwhelming. There are a lot of questions to think about like, "what would I pursue" or "but there are already so many people doing what I want to do." The thing is that there …
 
Have you had thoughts about quitting teaching? What do you do with these thoughts and how do you move past them? In this episode, we'll talk about not only identifying where these thoughts are coming from, but what you need to do in order to keep moving forward in your teaching career. Links mentioned in this episode: "Make A Note: What You Really …
 
The end of the school year is inching closer and closer and up goes the energy of your students. Maybe you have guilt about what you haven't done or what you should've done, but haven't really taken the time to appreciate the fact that you've almost taught an ENTIRE school year during a Pandemic. In this episode, I'll address some mindset stuff you…
 
Self care is more than a buzzword. So many times, we hear phrases like "just take care of yourself" or "find the one thing that works for you" or even "pencil in time to get that pedicure." But, self care isn't the same as self soothing. In fact, it's about the daily, mundane, and boring stuff that will help you to feel better every single day that…
 
No two schools are the same. The way you teach at one school won’t be the same as the way you present the same exact lesson at another school. Funding is different, relationship building is so important, you'll need to adjust and adapt what you do a lot, some of your students are dealing with a lot, and you won't have as many resources to work with…
 
The word inclusive means, "aiming to provide equal access to opportunities and resources for people who might otherwise be excluded or marginalized, such as those having physical or mental disabilities or belonging to other minority groups." Every student can and should have the opportunity to receive a quality music education. There are not ifs, a…
 
In today's episode, Casey Hall came on the podcast to talk about culturally relevant music education. We discuss: what culturally relevant music education is why it's so important why forming relationships with your students is so important understanding the culture of your students researching what music your students like Mr. Casey Hall is a Fine…
 
Implementing instructional software in elementary music can be a bit tricky or even overwhelming. In this podcast episode, I share 3 ways you can easily do this with with your students. I'll discuss: Drill and practice Tutorials Simulations Read the blog post that goes hand in hand with this episode right here. Find out more about and sign up for t…
 
I'm so excited for you to listen in to this episode with Eric Young. We talk a lot about how to connect elementary music to secondary music and why it's important for it to be a seamless transition for students. But, Eric also talks about his love for Orff Schulwerk and how it easily transfers to what he does in secondary music as well as what tech…
 
A formal music education is so important. But, it's not the end all be all to learning. It’s not that having a music degree doesn’t matter, because it does. It just means that although you have your degree, never stop learning from others, growing as a music educator, thinking outside of the box, and not staying stuck in your ways. In this episode,…
 
In this episode, Lori Burke and I discuss her story as a songwriter and how you can help your students write songs with ease. She gives so many actionable steps including choosing a topic, using music to write a story, changing up the words to a familiar melody, and so much more. We also discuss the importance of music education and music teachers …
 
This episode is an interview with JoEllyn Sumner of The Tuneful Teacher. She, like a lot of you, shifted to virtual teaching both as an elementary music teacher and in her parent child music classes. We talk about how parents and teachers are looking for creative ideas to do with their children while you're at home more than you usually are. JoElly…
 
It’s March which means it’s officially music in our schools month! Your students may have heard you mention this, but aren’t quite sure what exactly it means. First of all, talk about why music in our schools month exists. Of course you’re teaching music all year long and not just the month of March. The first National Music in our schools month oc…
 
Advocating for your music program can come in many different forms. In this conversation with Rainy Barton, we discuss ways to advocate for yourself with your administration, the families of your students, and in the community. You'll hear so many awesome tips and get some new ideas that you can begin trying right away. Rainy Barton graduated from …
 
This episode is with the amazing Katie Wonderly of Ms. Wonderly Makes Music. I LOVED this conversation and we talked about so much including using technology, teaching during a Pandemic, how to use social media while still being you, and letting go of imposter syndrome. Katie is so real and authentic and this episode will feel like you're a part of…
 
February is Black History Month and celebrating the amazing black musicians, musical artists, and styles of music from black culture is so important. But, celebrating black history all school year long is equally important and in this episode we'll talk about why. Consider these questions throughout the school year in your music room: What do you h…
 
In this episode, I give you ways to talk to your family and friends about what you REALLY do as a music educator and how to explain to them why you need their support now more than ever including: Explain what you do Tell them why you’re tired Show them a sample lesson you’ve recorded Be proud of yourself and share your work Tell them it’s changed …
 
Preparing to have a substitute teacher in the music room is so tough. Most of the time you get a non-musical sub, and knowing what to leave for them and how to keep it simple for yourself is a bit tricky. In this episode, Liz Kutschke gives some amazing advice about how she prepares for having a substitute teacher and shares her struggles in how to…
 
Have you ever seen a baby crawl? Each child learns to crawl at different times and does it when they're ready. They then also learn how to walk in their own time frame. Just like a baby, you have to learn the basics first this school year, just like when you were a brand new teacher. Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither is teaching. You’ll always…
 
The year of 2020 was probably one of the hardest years many of us have ever faced. Right along with you, I had to pivot with what I talked about on this podcast. I knew I still wanted a sense of normalcy with helping you to be the best music teacher and to keep moving forward with confidence, but I also knew I needed to have episodes, both solo and…
 
Maybe you feel like you're on a music teacher island, especially this school year. You already feel alone as an elementary music teacher, and this year, you're craving a sense of community and a support system more than ever. In this episode, you'll hear from 5 music teachers, just like you, who are a part of the HARMONY membership community. They …
 
The overwhelm is so real right now. In this episode, I share a story about how I had a tech week from heck, how I continued moving forward, and I want to help you to do the same. It's so important to keep moving forward no matter what. A lot of it is about mindset, although this doesn't mean that everything is all sunshine and rainbows, but about f…
 
This school year, you've probably had to adapt instruction... like a lot. This "new normal" can cause serious feelings of overwhelm, and to be honest, you probably miss teaching music like you usually get to in a regular school year. In this episode, I'm joined by Taylor Nardone, who shares how he's adapted his instruction for his students. He talk…
 
As a music teacher, you know the Winter months (especially December) can be the most stressful time of the year! You want to have joy during the Winter months, but it's so hard trying to meet the needs of your students while their energy levels go way up. Have you heard the phrase "if you can't beat them, join them?" This is kind of the philosophy …
 
Today's episode is with Steve Giddings, from stevesmusicroom.com, who is an amazing music educator not afraid to think outside of the box. In this episode, we discuss rock and popular music ensembles and also what informal learning really is. We also talk about creativity in the music room and how to help your students be their most creative selves…
 
2020 has been one for the record books and it’s been a lot to deal with. It’s so easy to only see the negative parts of this year because that’s what’s thrown in our faces literally every second of every day. But, when you stop and think about what you’re thankful for, focusing on the good will help you to remember there’s more to be thankful for t…
 
Are you wanting to do performances or programs with your students, but it seems a bit "tricky" this school year? In this episode, I'll share some simple ideas to still have amazing performances with your students and to help you think outside the box a bit. These are several ideas mentioned in the episode you can share with the other students, teac…
 
I met Courtney virtually at the International Music Education Summit. We were both presenters, and after attending her session, I knew I needed to have her on the podcast. Courtney has such a heart and passion for teaching her students and they absolutely love her music classes. She has a unique way of making music education relevant to her student…
 
Let's face it. Every lesson will not go according to plan. There will be lessons that bomb in one way or another. The important thing is to know it's not just you and that this happens to every teacher at one point or another. Also, keep moving forward and don't give up or think this makes you a bad teacher if things don't go well on a certain day.…
 
In this episode, I sat down to talk with Bill Henry all about his music podcast for kids, teaching with e-learning, and his advice around using creativity in your classroom. Bill Henry is a 14-year elementary music teacher for Cecil County Public Schools in Maryland and was the 2020 Teacher of the Year nominee for Perryville Elementary School. Bill…
 
Every single music teacher is different and that's a good thing! How boring would it be if everyone was exactly the same? In this episode, taken directly from a Facebook live I did, I'm talking about how you get to still be you even while using technology to teach. Technology doesn't replace you as a music teacher, even if it feels like that some d…
 
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