In this episode, Aileen and Katie discuss a typical day as a music teacher, from schedule specifics, to lesson ideas for each grade level, to working with small groups and centers. Visit www.mrsmiraclesmusicroom.com for more music education ideas.
In this episode, Aileen and Katie present several songs for low la, as well as thoughts about when in the sequence to teach low la, how to transfer students' knowledge, and more! Check out www.mrsmiraclesmusicroom.com for more music education tips.
In this episode, Aileen talks with Amy Abbott about the 2018 OAKE Conference in Oklahoma City. Aileen and Amy discuss sessions they attended, sessions they presented, ideas they are excited to try out, and what to expect from a national conference.
In this episode, Aileen and Katie talk about curriculum accountability: how to get started, how to be accountable, why be accountable, and how to keep track of curriculum. The show notes include links to free documents; check it out at www.mrsmiraclesmusicroom.com.
In this episode, we'll explore the song "Apple Tree," and several activities and ideas to use with the song. Lesson ideas, instrumental accompaniment, literacy ideas, and more will be discussed for Kindergarten-Second Grade.
Looking for ideas for using learning centers in your music classroom? This podcast includes the why, what, and how of incorporating centers in your music lessons to assess, provide intervention, and help students master specific concepts!
In this episode, we'll explore the Kodaly and Orff philosophies with an interview with music educator Andrew Ellingsen. Strengths of both philosophies will be discussed, and we'll reflect on creativity and learning styles in today's music classroom.
In this episode, we'll explore the Orff philosophy with an interview with music educator David Row. Lesson ideas, Orff-inspired resources, and thoughts about integrating Orff Schulwerk with current educational initiatives will be discussed.
In this episode, we'll explore the Kodaly philosophy with an interview with music educator Karla Cherwinski. Lesson format, Kodaly-inspired resources, and thoughts about integrating Kodaly with current educational initiatives will be discussed.
This episode comes with many tips for being productive! The tips could help any music teacher, or any educator, looking to be more productive and accomplish their New Year's resolutions. The tips include helpful websites, productivity apps, and more!