You can increase music advocacy by developing music literacy in the elementary music classroom. See how you can implement these strategies at your school.
Do you need help gaining support for your music program? Don't miss these actionable steps to build music advocacy in the elementary music classroom.
8 Reasons to Use Camp Songs in the Elementary Music Classroom Provide a positive musical experience and encourage the appreciation of music by balancing and integrating learning with high energy camp songs and games.
Do you need simple ways to celebrate student success in your elementary music classroom? You can recognize REAL student achievement and increase motivation. And best of all, there is NO COST & NO EXTRA PREP!
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Teaching treble clef note names can be among the favorite lessons for teachers and students. Check out the FREE lessons, tips, and ideas in this post.
Children of different ages are not maturationally ready for the same activities, so HOW do you create music activities for grades K-5? Check it out.
Back to school time means teaching rules and procedures. What better way to teach music rules than by using music rules rhythm activities!
There are always going to be some students, whom for whatever reason, are reluctant to engage in music class activities. These tips to involve all students will increase participation and engagement in your elementary music classes. Increased engagement equals higher achievement levels and increased confidence. Read on for some tried and true techniques that you … Continue reading Tips to Involve ALL Students ALL the Time
Assessment in elementary music should be authentic, quick, valid, reliable and FUN! Integrate assessment into music activities while building music literacy.
You can talk less & teach more music.With these tips, you can be a more effective teacher, enjoy teaching more & your students will learn more too.
Homework in elementary music classes? Yes, but not traditional homework. Sharing what students learned extends learning at home & builds music advocacy.
Time is precious in elementary music classes. It is important to integrate music reading into every lesson using an efficient, systematic strategy.
Developing music literacy requires sequential lessons which build on prior learning. Music reading skills should be the foundation of music classes.