Hi teachers! Welcome to Music Educator Resources, the place where I do my best in helping you, today’s music teachers stay up to date with helpful resources and tips that will ultimately benefit your students. Whether you teach music privately or in a classroom, many of the resources and tips shared are adaptable to fit your specific needs.
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There is something to be said about repetition. By the time a student is done with NoteBusters they will have BUSTED their note reading problem away. Read the review…
Whether it’s engaging in physical activities, stimulating cognitive abilities, or practicing relaxation techniques, brain breaks offer numerous benefits.
Halloween Themed Music Resource Roundup! Included are spooktacular printable and digital games plus some free music teacher treats!
Just like a garden, musical skills require regular care, exploration, and growth to flourish. Each step in nurturing is an important one as we teach our students to tend to their musical garden.
As a problem solver, my goal is to find win-win solutions that benefit both my students and their families.
Years ago, I introduced semester kickoffs to ease students back into lessons after breaks….
ummer break is a much-needed time for students to relax, unwind, and recharge for the upcoming school year. Helping students stay connected to music during their break can be a challenge, but with creative ideas, it’s possible.
Whether you continue teaching throughout the summer or opt for a well-deserved break, my aim is that these ideas empower your students to sustain their musical progress while enjoying their time off.
Summer camps are one of my favorite subjects to talk about. In this tip, I answer YOUR questions, give helpful links and a freebie!
Are you feeling some recital burnout? Let’s face it… Recitals can be a lot of work, so it’s totally understandable to be burned out from them. In this music teacher tip, I will share 8 tips on how to get through recital burnout and how to help avoid future recital burnout.
Do you have a student who comes across as extremely shy or doesn’t talk at all? Then you will want to tune into teacher tip #35 where I will be talking about teaching students with selective mutism.
In this tip, you will learn some easy tips on how to communicate with your student successfully while building trust.
Teaching can be challenging and demanding at times. It’s time to give ourselves some teacher love with self-care. Here are 10 tips to help…
Are you ready for some musical love? In this resource roundup you will find cards, printable and digital games perfect for Valentine’s Day.
A New Year roundup of blog posts and activities about things I’ve done over the years with my students. Goal setting, practice boosts & more!
Looking for some fun Christmas Song activities to play with students? Here are 10 fun activities perfect for the holiday season.
With a little creativity, there are ways for you to find online students. That’s why Forte wants to give you three tips to help you expand your online studio and find new online students.
Music podcasts used to be few and far between. But now there is plenty to listen to. I gathered over 25 music podcasts to get you started!
If you are having problems opening up a zip file resource you downloaded you will want to continue reading this post.
Ahoy Me Hearties! September 19th is “Talk Like a Pirate” Day! Are ye ready? Ye best get planning. Luckily I have made things easy for you! Below ye will find a roundup of music resources fittin’ for a Captain! Whether ye teach a crew of students or individually, there is something for everyone! Now batten down the hatches and get to work!
Part 2 of 2 highlighting Music Educator Resources practice incentive programs.
Part 1 of 2 highlighting Music Educator Resources practice incentive programs.
Avast Ye! Arrrr ye ready for a new practice incentive program this year? The crew is setting sail on a Journey to Hidden Treasures! A pirate-themed practice adventure where you will find gold, gems, and digital escape room challenges are all intertwined in the...
Guest post by Lucas Carbonneau Ah, summertime. The season of family vacations, fresh lemonade, and laying by the pool. Though we’re all enjoying the sunshine, music teachers often worry about how to work around their students’ summertime commitments. Music teachers...