LeslieAnne Bird shares tips on how to meet the needs of our special education students and what to do to protect your student and yourself if you are denied access to the appropriate documents.Read More
“From Across the Street” is an excellent way to introduce Dominican music and instruments for Latine Heritage Month (or anytime). Readers will enjoy learning about the different sounds and instruments in the culture of the Dominican Palos tradition.Read More
Karen Benson shares a speech piece she composed that demonstrates how that same selection would look in Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 of AOSA Teacher Education Levels Courses. We would love to see YOU at a level this summer!Read More
Rob Amchin shares an excellent lesson for this time of year! Get squirrely children up and moving in personal space. Is there testing going on? Is it just, plain beautiful outside? Take some hoops ad a drum to the grass and have a blast!Read More
“Tideo” and away you go! Utilize one folk song for learning a play party, for full-pentatonic solfege practice, for playing barred instruments and tubano drums, for a framework for call and response improvisation, and more!Read More
It’s one of those things that we hear thrown around at workshops at clinics at conferences… and even when people stop to explain what Elemental Music is, sometimes that definition can still feel fuzzy.
So is this question is very simply ….. What is Elemental Music?Read More
Ashley Cuthbertson shares Sorida a welcome song and hand clapping game from Zimbabwe. Ashley discusses the importance of using high quality, well-researched materials as well as several teaching ideas when teaching the song to ensure that music educators are thinking about the music “beyond the notes.”Read More