New Findings

Hope your week has been great! Hard to believe how fast spring is flying by. Here are few treasures I have come across this week. I hope you find them useful. 1. Some of you were asking about children’s songs and after talking to a retired colleague he pointed me towards www.kididdles.com where you can look up a song title and get access to lyrics and in some cases hear the melody so that you could learn it and sing it with your students. 2. This retired teacher also pointed me towards the following website which has all kinds of…

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Wednesday News

www.numu.org.uk This is quite an interesting website where students can upload their own compositions and recordings for other students to listen to and provide feedback in return.  Can you imagine students seeking out feedback and also providing it to other students around the world?  What a project idea…students could record and upload a project, and perhaps research and analyze themselves through journalling to track if the feedback they receive helps them or not, and likewise could do a listening review of another person’s project and track whether or not the feedback they seem to provide is helping the other person…

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Hello colleagues!

I hope you will return to this new blog often as I search for resources that may be of use to you as you prepare to teach music this fall.  Please feel free to ask questions, offer suggestions, and share experiences here. Here are a few of my favorite resources that I have come across so far… Music Shake www.appolicious.com/curated-apps/301-music-education  This website was actually shared by one of you.  It is a fun site that allows students to electronically generate their own songs without either the teacher or the student needing to read music to do so. Saskatchewan Music Educators…

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