“Hey (insert your name here) why don’t you do some ukulele playing with the (insert difficult class)?” How many of you have heard that sort of thing before? I don’t know why you’re here, but you’ve found yourself on a page with an article that says it includes three keys for setting up
Call me crazy, but I believe that music teaching programs should be kept simple- and there’s no better way than following an uncomplicated view. I originally learned this strategy from another podcaster Gary V and I’ve been putting it into practice with music teaching ever since. Click here to get the resources mentioned in the
There’s so much technology in the classroom information out there it can make your head spin. But, you don’t have time, the energy or the money to try promising everything to your students under the sun. You just want to know what works best, apply it to your teaching and get the results you need
Do you have an image of what you want your teaching career to look like and where you want to grow to in the next few years? There’s no doubt that at times, life gets in the way and can distract us from these goals. This weekend I had the chance to see an unexpected
Have you ever wondered why we're always creating new resources using different instruments when it would be so much easier to sit back and relax? Enjoy this episode explaining the reason why ukulele is a great instrument and resource for music education.