300: Integrated Music Teaching

I can’t believe it’s been 300 episodes since I started this podcast! Looking back at the first episode until this one, so much has changed for the better. I’m thrilled to be sharing two announcements on today’s podcast, which is a culmination of all these years of learning and growing as a music educator, and both related to Integrated Music Teaching. Join me today as we look back on the memories and look forward to the exciting changes that are coming to help you become the best music teacher you want to be.

  • Looking back on our first episode and the podcast through the years.
  • My first realization of how my teaching style was different from the rest.
  • Three key factors associated with a traditional music lesson.
  • Making connections outside music to help a student’s deeper understanding of music.
  • Understanding and practicing the integrated music teaching approach.
  • The three foundational pillars of integrated music teaching.
IMT300: Integrated Music Teaching

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