One student had a lesson that was much too long for us, so he will definitely need to work to bring it down. Another student had a lesson that was much too short. So pacing is another thing that we will work on.
Music ed is kind of like the youngest sister who is so unique, brilliant, and loved, but wants so desperately to be like her older sisters that she completely changes her outward appearance to match that of her sisters.
oes he dream? He comes to school each day, he works hard for his teachers. Sure, he may have some pot in his pocket, but he tries to focus during the day.
How shocking is it that most MusEd courses have no actual classes that teach classroom management?! So much of what we do involves classroom management and yet we don’t have any actual classes in it. So, that will be one of my big topics throughout the entire week.
Okay, so I already did my more “academic” reading and writing for the day, so here are a few of my own thoughts: I have now finished… Read more “On Changing the Culture of Your PRogram”
Today I will be looking at Elpus & Abril’s article on High School music ensemble students. Elpus, Kenneth and Carlos R. Abril. “High School Music Ensemble Students… Read more “Demo of High School Music Students – Article Summary”
Okay, another article review for today. Today I will be checking out an article on the transitions from primary to secondary school. Nigel A. Marshall & David… Read more “The Humpback Whale of a Transition – Another Article”
As my second day of the writing challenge, I have opted to check out an article that I feel is related to my own dissertation interests: SES… Read more “Social Class & School Music – Article Review”
I recently have become somewhat complacent. While it has literally been years since my last post, I have not lost my desire for a greater education, understanding,… Read more “Writing Challenge Accepted”