In this episode, we welcome homeschool music teacher, Amy Shirk, onto the podcast! Just a few weeks ago, I shared with you all how wonderful our first… Read more “Homeschool Music Ed in the Burg with Amy Brill Shirk”
You spend and the goal really is to have an effective budget is you tell every single dollar what you want it to do for you. Right like if the goal is to pay off debt, then you need to assign that dollar to pay off debt!
This week on #MusicEdLove, we welcome the winner of the Conquistador Award from El Paso, Texas, Ida Steadman onto the show! Ida taught orchestra for over 50… Read more “The Musical Conquistador with Orchestra Director: Ida Capshaw Steadman”
We are so excited about this episode of #MusicEdLove featuring Dr. Charles Laux! Dr. Charles Laux is the Director of Orchestras at Alpharetta High School where his… Read more “Teaching Orchestra in the Time of Covid with Charles Laux”
it is the tension between spontaneity and premeditated planning that enables us to be the most creative and responsive to students musical needs.
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”
In this episode, I go over 8 SUPER EASY Hacks for drastically improving your virtually teaching! Like so many things in teaching, sometimes the simplest things can… Read more “8 Hacks for Virtual Teaching Breakthroughs!”
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”
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”