The Power of One Word in Student Success (Music Teacher Tip #41)

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I enjoy making goals, checking off lists (probably why I still have a physical calendar) and all of that. But sometimes having a goal can be too much. Yes, we can break that goal down, but sometimes all we need is just one word. One word that gives a focus for the year. One word that can remind us to look in, look up and look out. This is why I enjoy the One Word concept. It’s not just a laundry list of goals but a continuous, personal guide.

In this music teacher tip, I share how I use the one word concept for my music students, making it a cornerstone of our spring semester kickoff. I hope this music teacher tip will help inspire some ideas.

Here are my students sharing the word they chose for 2024…

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2 Comments

  1. James Harding

    Love it! As always, you know how to get students to focus and work toward a goal. It’s so fun to see how you do it! All my best!

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