March 3, 2023

Navigating Music Teaching in Uncertain Times

During this time of uncertainty, music educators and students face many challenges. In addition to the obvious ones, personal issues can make it difficult for teachers to teach. One of the most important considerations for teachers is ensuring that they are taking care of themselves. Whether dealing with an illness, a student, or a family […]

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February 27, 2023

Composition in Middle School

As you build a music program that meets the needs of your middle school students, be sure to provide opportunities for your students to develop their composition skills. This will help them appreciate the music they are writing and their role as the composer. A previous study (Cronenberg, 2016) found that music educators generally believed […]

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January 27, 2023

Teaching Music Online Using Microsoft PowerPoint to Prerecorded

If you want to create an online lesson on the subject of music, consider using Microsoft PowerPoint to create prerecorded lessons that can be easily downloaded and played in PowerPoint. In this article, we will explore some of the basics of how to do this, and we will also look at a few tips and […]

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January 20, 2023

Teaching Music Overseas – Strategies for Disabled Students

If you are looking to teach music remotely, there are several strategies you can use. The key is to adapt your teaching to fit your student’s needs. Here are some tips on how to do so. Avoid synchronous learning There are many reasons why you may have chosen to teach music remotely. In some cases, […]

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January 13, 2023

Using the iPad as a Compositional and Pedagogical Tool

One of the great things about the iPad is that it can serve as both a compositional and pedagogical tool. There are several different apps that you can use to help you create content that can be used for both of these purposes. Read on to learn more about some of the top apps you […]

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