Posts By: Georgia Newlin

Making It Work: Best Practices for Your Administrator

Rationale for Teaching Multiple Activities During a Single Music Class  As a professor of music education, cooperating teachers often ask me for a rationale about including multiple activities, each with a specific learning objective, into a single music class.  Pressure from the Principal is most-often cited for this request.  Math, Science, History, and Language Arts teachers generally plan with one learning objective per class meeting,… Read more »

Sail Away Ladies: Call and Response

Are you struggling with leading your school-age musicians to sing in multiple parts? Georgia Newlin shares her techniques for guiding call and response form in this lesson from her new book, One Accord: Developing Part-Singing Skills in School-Age Musicians.