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Listen in each month to get ideas, inspiration and practical advice from people involved in music education, community music, music therapy and more. Learn how you can break down barriers to music, through communications, advocacy and inclusive practice. These conversations are hosted by Anita Holford at Music Education Works and Writing Services. www.writing-services.co.uk | www.musiceducationworks.org.uk
 
I love teaching music to kids! I am a certified Orff Schulwerk teacher and plan to share lessons about singing, playing instruments, recorder technique, creative movement, improvisation, guided listening, and other techniques that will help you teach music better! Find more information and ideas on my blog: www.MakeMomentsMatter.org
 
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. ...
 
Marketing Music Education is THE podcast that encourages music educators & boosters to use simple tools and tactics to increase the reach, influence and “relentlessly positive” perception of their programs. In addition to tips and tricks, I’ll also feature other topics and guests that affect the world of music education. In a world where we're all waiting for the next budget battle axe to drop, the techniques you learn here will strengthen the armor that protects the program you've worked so ...
 
This podcast is all about bringing back the passion for music education! Whether you are a music student, a music teacher, or someone who just loves learning more about music, this podcast is for you! We share our passion for music, our experiences with teaching music, and our lives as musicians in this ever changing digital world.
 
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While wrapping up the school year, there’s a lot of things to check off of your to do list. It can feel overwhelming while thinking about what you need to get done before heading out for summer. In this episode, we’ll talk about how to go about wrapping up the school year for yourself, your students, and your classroom. Read the blog post that goes…
 
Dinosaur songs, truck stories and even an ode to napkins. Something for everyone! (Especially people that like music and games) This Clap It Back manages to squeeze in tributes to a few of the many celebrations happening this month like International Drum Month, Jewish American Heritage Month, National Bike Month and American Cheese Month. What a g…
 
In this episode, I talk with Mark Robinson, the founder of Rocksteady Music School, which brings in-school rock band lessons to primary schools across the UK. It’s a new model for music education that combines peripatetic tuition approaches with group rock band tuition and inclusive pedagogy, increasing children’s interest in and uptake of music le…
 
Technology is something we all use in our every day lives. There are so many different ways to use technology for yourself and your students. It can be confusing knowing what to use and how to use it. That's the exact reason I asked Katie Wardrobe to come on the podcast. She is the "music technology lady" as I so lovingly refer to her and talking a…
 
We're creative people, and in fact, we were created to be creative. Part of reaching into that creativity is by using musical play. There are two different types of musical play, behavioral and then playful type of play. Students need to experience play that allows them to learn, find joy, and reveal new parts of themselves they've never been able …
 
Today, we're celebrating episode 200! I honestly can't believe that we're this far into the podcast friend. On this episode, you'll hear Jessica Grant interview me. She prepared questions, without me knowing what she was going to ask me ahead of time. What a fun way to celebrate and give you a chance to get to know me a bit better. Oh yeah... and t…
 
Teaching isn't always going to be sunshine and rainbows. In fact, it's easy to get caught up in what I call the negative thought pattern swirl. Things can be straight up hard and it can cause you to feel the overwhelm big time. In this episode, I'm sharing 4 ways you can reframe the negative thoughts you might have about teaching. I talk about: Rem…
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 4/18/22. This week I talked through some of the questions you sent in over the last week! Take the quick survey here: https://bit.ly/3L0181W If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go liv…
 
Maybe you're teaching, but you want to dive into being an entrepreneur as well. This episode with Bree Noble and Katie Zaccardi goes into how you can do that successfully, while being yourself and getting past any mindset issues. Connect with Bree and Katie here: Get on the Out to Launch waitlist here: www.katiezaccardi.com/outtolaunch Bree's Insta…
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 4/11/22. This week I shared about my most recent zoo-themed concert for first grade: Groovy Zoovy Zoo. If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and Instagram to share a…
 
On a day you played one of your classes favorite songs, did you see their faces light up with excitement? Have you ever stopped to think about why? Some kids don’t associate the music they learn in school with what they listen to outside of school. There’s “music class music” and “other types of music” according to some of your students. Honestly, …
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 4/4/22. This week I shared my lesson plans and ideas for drumming lessons. If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and Instagram to share about the lessons that I’m us…
 
In this episode, I talk with musicians Carl aka C. Roots, and Grace from Inhouse Records. Inhouse is an award-winning record label for change, working inside and outside of prisons with emerging musicians who are prisoners. The team work to highlight the creative potential of prisoners and to reduce reoffending, focusing on what's strong, not what'…
 
We won't let all these April Fools hoaxes keep us from having some interactive educational music based fun! A delightful Clap It Back about rainbows and love (dedicated to the governments of Texas and Florida.) Develop rhythmic awareness while committing to a more compassionate world. ✪ A Tiny Song called Mozzarella Sticks that is a round for kids …
 
Maybe you want to make extra money as a teacher, but you don’t know where to start. There are truly so many awesome ideas available, and the first place to start is to figure out what aligns with you. Then, think about if you want to start a teacher business (like we discussed in episode 166 of the podcast) or make extra money on the side of your f…
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 3/28/22. This week I shared my kindergarten lesson plans focusing on hens, ducks, and sol-mi songs. If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and Instagram to share abou…
 
This episode goes deep into mental health in both your teaching and home life. Mental health isn't something to take lightly, and through Lauren's story, our goal is that you know you're not alone and are able to take the steps to get the help you need. Throughout our conversation, we discuss: Why it's important to treat yourself like a best friend…
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 3/21/22. This week I shared some ideas about how to prepare/plan for a concert, promoting the show, connections with parents, and lots more. If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go liv…
 
Come for the eyeball dance, stay for the tongue twister song. It's about a very well built boat built by billions of babies. Babies can't build boats you say? Can so, you just need one billion of them. This show is actually a music education multi-vitamin. True facts. You'll see. We begin with Dance Dance Noodleution, a movement isolation game that…
 
It's tough to teach music without enough instruments. But, it's not impossible. I started my elementary music teaching career with one broken hand drum. That was it. Although it was frustrating at times wanting to use a classroom full of instruments and not having that, music was still taught to my students. Sometimes it's not about what you don't …
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 3/14/22. This week I shared my favorite substitute teachers and digital resources. If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and Instagram to share about the lessons tha…
 
This episode is all about helping students find a sense of belonging in the music room. Once teachers develop an empathy based approach with your students, you'll notice it leads to connection, which therefore leads to belonging. Students need to be able to come into the music room knowing they belong there. The music room is a safe space where stu…
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 3/7/22. This week I shared my lessons with a focus on Jazz Appreciation and my lessons for Kindergarten and Fifth Grade. If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and In…
 
Assessment in elementary music is something that can be a bit tricky. Unlike a general classroom where formative assessments are done all day long in reading and math, a lot of what happens in elementary music is performance based. Therefore, the assessment waters can get a bit confusing and it’s overwhelming trying to figure out when and how to as…
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 2/28/22. This week I shared my lessons with a focus on Women's History Month Books and St. Patrick's Day Lessons. If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and Instagram…
 
One day, you might find yourself at a school where you're responsible for building the music program from the ground up. This was my exact situation, and is also the story of my guest Natassia Perrine. In this episode, she shares her journey from going from teaching high school music to teaching elementary music at a school that didn't have any res…
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 2/21/22. This week I shared my lessons with a focus on Fourth Grade and melodic composition using nursery rhymes. If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and Instagram…
 
It’s easy to feel stressed and overwhelmed as you’re juggling everything in your teaching and home life. It’s a lot to handle and might feel like you need to clone yourself somedays to get everything done. I get it, and have been there and done that. So, I want to share these organization tips for teachers that have worked so well for me. In this p…
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 2/14/22. This week I shared my lessons with a focus on First (Peter and the Wolf) and Second Grade (Rhythm Dice). If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and Instagram…
 
In this episode, I talk with Sam Chaplin, community choir leader for The Choir With No Name, workshop leader, singer-songwriter, jazz trumpeter, pianist, composer and arranger. We discuss: how community choir leading is ‘caught rather than taught’; the four Cs of connection, confidence, congratulations and the catharsis of ‘singing it out and the s…
 
In today's episode we question our pants, celebrate the enormous gifts of James Baldwin and work together to make up a story about a creature who lives in a tree. Clearly a certain streaming service should have put their production dollars into Noodle Loaf instead of that other podcaster guy. We kick things off like we kick off our pants after a lo…
 
Bringing literacy into the music room is so important. But, sometimes music teachers can feel stuck in knowing how exactly to do this. That's the reason I brought Vicky Weber on the podcast. She's not only a children's book author, with music education focused books in fact, but she's passionate about brining literacy to kids. In this episode, she …
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 2/7/22. This week I shared my lessons with a focus on Second Grade note reading/arranging and Fifth Grade Song Arranging. If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and I…
 
What exactly does it mean to trust your intuition when it comes to teaching music? It means that a lot of the times, you already know what you need to do when it comes to teaching a lesson, classroom management strategies, assessing your kiddos, planning virtual ideas, putting on performances, and so on and so forth. But, actually doing these thing…
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 1/31/22. This week I shared my K-5 lessons for the wee with a focus on Kindergarten lessons and 3rd Grade Family Folk Dance Night preparations If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go l…
 
Music people! You have arrived just in time to make rhymes, sing songs and do some creative movement games all with your host in chief, Dan Saks. Today's episode raises a glass to celebrating Autism Awareness month way ahead of schedule. We'll also be toasting old school flows and the art of snowman building. If none of that makes sense it's becaus…
 
Bringing guest teaching artists into your music classroom might be something you've thought about doing before, but you're just not sure where to start or how to do it. I brought Allison Russo on the podcast to talk about why bringing in guest artists (both in person and virtually) is so beneficial to you and your students, ways to get the funding …
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 1/24/22. This week I shared ideas about using visuals in the elementary music classroom. If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and Instagram to share about the lesso…
 
In a 45 minute class period, it's easy to feel stuck when trying to figure out what to do with your students throughout the class time. Of course, there are a lot of factors to consider including if you see your students more or less than 45 minutes, what your teaching situation is like, and also the unique needs of your different classes. Whatever…
 
This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 1/17/22. This week I shared my second and third grade lessons If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and Instagram to share about the lessons that I’m using in class …
 
SHOW LESSPart 14, विज्ञान म्हणजे काय गं ताई भाग १४, D Creations, इंधन, heat, light, wood, Hydrogen, petrol, radio FM broadcast, vidyavani, विद्यावाणी, विज्ञान गप्पा, तेजू ताई, पियू --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/d0531/message
 
Part 13, विज्ञान म्हणजे काय गं ताई भाग १२, D Creations, Hydrogen, element, उदजन, मूलद्रव्य, space, sun, fuel, अंतरीक्ष, सूर्य, radio FM broadcast, vidyavani, विद्यावाणी, विज्ञान गप्पा, तेजू ताई, पियू --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/d0531/message
 
Part 12, विज्ञान म्हणजे काय गं ताई भाग ११, D Creations, ऋतू, season, summer solstice, winter solstice, पृथ्वीचा अक्ष, कोन, उत्तरायण, उन्हाळा, हिवाळा, पावसाळा, radio FM broadcast, vidyavani, विद्यावाणी, विज्ञान गप्पा, तेजू ताई, पियू --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/d0531/message
 
Lots to sing and dance about today like salty soups, sticky sneaks and bananas. Flying bananas that is. So warm up your larynxes and press play on another episode of play based music education for humans. The kids wrote most of this Clap It Back rhythm game. That means the lyrics are especially odd but the rhythms are just as dynamite as ever. Rosi…
 
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