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Words You Can Teach By

Words You Can Teach By The Power of Words By NAfME Member Matt Brown This article first appeared in the October 2020 issue of Teaching Music.   A simple phrase…

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The Promise of Artistic Process

The Promise of Artistic Process Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Aligns the Standards By NAfME Members Scott Edgar, Fran Kick, and Lori Schwartz Reichl   “An ounce of performance is worth…

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Rehearsing during COVID-19

Rehearsing during COVID-19 How to Effectively Sing, Play, and Build Ensemble Skills during Remote or Hybrid Teaching By NAfME Member Peter J. Perry, D.M.A. I miss conducting my ensembles!!! To…

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The Practice: Improvement Is Always Possible

The Practice Improvement Is Always Possible  By NAfME Member Edward Varner, Ed.D.  This article was first published on Edward Varner’s Creating Hope blog. Practice Makes Perfect Perfect Practice Makes Perfect…

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Parent-Teacher Collaboration in the COVID-19 Era

Parent-Teacher Collaboration in the COVID-19 Era By Anthony Patterson, sponsored by Casio   It’s obvious to note that COVID-19 has severely impacted education practices, especially those related to music education,…

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Studying Voice during a Pandemic—Part 3

Studying Voice during a Pandemic—Part 3 Thoughts from Five University Voice Professors By NAfME Member Linda McAlister This is sponsored by Schmidt Vocal Arts,sponsor of the 2021 Tri-M Music Honor Society®…