“Well, we are having this conversation right here and right now because of recent examples of classism. We wanted to have a discussion because most of our practices in music education have small examples of classism whether or not we realize it. But before we get into that, let’s talk about our value-systems.”
every morning when I woke up and I drove into work. I was like, man. How awesome is this. I’m getting paid to do this. And that’s a magical feeling that when you’re doing work, but it is fun work.
Welcome to our New Years Eve Special Episode with Dr. Blair Williams! Dr. Williams is Assistant Professor of String Music Education at Texas Tech University and Director/Master… Read more “Just Ask: Making Connections Where You’re Planted with Dr. Blair Williams”
All too often, I observe young teachers who spend the bulk of a very short class period working with just one section. This leaves the other students… Read more “The Round Robin Rehearsal”
This week we interview Dr. Jordan Davidson from the Rappahannock Choral Society and Brooke Point High School. Enjoy this episode and don’t forget to subscribe and leave… Read more “Stronger than Your Strongest Excuse with Jordan Davidson”
“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, “
In this episode, we will have Tony Burriss speaking on Building a Community of Music Lovers, on the journey from band director to West Tennessee Band and… Read more “#MusicEdLove Podcast – Episode 2: Building a Community of Music Lovers with Tony Burriss”