This week, we welcome John Kilkenny onto #MusicEdLove. John Kilkenny is a leading performer, educator and artistic leader who is successfully forging a 21st-century career in the… Read more “Where is Your Blue Ocean? with John Kilkenny”
Category: music education
Teaching Music in an Online World with John Mlynczak
“Now that our entire structure for learning has completely and suddenly changed, we need to start thinking about what we CAN create online for students instead of what we can RECREATE online of what we already do.”
The Jazz Cat on Improvisation
Today it is our extreme pleasure to welcome Director of Music Education and Associate Professor at George Mason University: Dr. Charles “Chuck” Ciorba. In this episode, we… Read more “The Jazz Cat on Improvisation”
7 Tips for a SUPERIOR Assessment Season
Welcome to EPISODE 30 of #MusicEdLove! This episode is coming out via special request for those of you preparing for Assessment! Here are our 7 tips for… Read more “7 Tips for a SUPERIOR Assessment Season”
Batman, Baby Shark, and Binder Clips with Anne Marie Patterson
What a pleasure it was to have Anne Marie Patterson on the #MusicEdLove Observation Series! Anne Marie Patterson received a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance from Washington… Read more “Batman, Baby Shark, and Binder Clips with Anne Marie Patterson”
Get Out and Observe REAL Teachers!
This episode is a reminder to everyone to do what you can to get out and observe REAL teachers with “Normal” students! It is the introductory episode… Read more “Get Out and Observe REAL Teachers!”
Music Teachers Needed! with Dr. Annalisa Chang
“If you see a student in your classroom who is willing to take on a leadership position, knows how to delegate, knows how to be in front… Read more “Music Teachers Needed! with Dr. Annalisa Chang”
Spark Some Joy!
Welcome back to an exciting new school year! In this podcast, we aim to get you off to a great start with a few overarching goals for… Read more “Spark Some Joy!”
Denese Odegaard on Advocacy!
“Inner city school added six hours of music a week for every student – school is now in top 10% nationally in reading writing and math; 74% of kids met nations reading standard, higher than national standard, “