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Keyboards in the Classroom Workshops

Expand Your School’s Music Program Keyboards in the Classroom Workshops By Richard Rejino, sponsored by National Piano Foundation Are you interested in creating more music-makers in your school? The National…

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Melody—Why Isn’t It Taught?

  Melody—Why Isn’t It Taught? By Jack Perricone This article was originally published on the OUP Blog. Melody is one of the four foundational materials—melody, harmony, rhythm, and texture— used…

Retirement . . . It’s a Private Matter!

Retirement . . . It’s a Private Matter! By NAfME Member Paul K. Fox This article first appeared on Paul Fox’s blog here. The clock may be ticking (28+ years in the…

Gaining Inspiration Without Plagiarizing

Embrace Your Uniqueness:Gaining InspirationWithout Plagiarizing By NAfME Member Lori Schwartz Reichl This article was originally published in the April 2017 teacher edition of In Tune Magazine. “Originality is undetected plagiarism.” –…

Music as a Mirror

Music as a Mirror: Music Educator Award™ Finalist Michelle Droe Melissa Salguero was named the 2018 Music Educator Award honoree. Nominate a teacher by March 15, 2018Applications due by March…

Spend Your Spring Break with NAfME Academy!

Spend Your Spring Break with NAfME Academy! It’s finally March, which means the weather is getting warmer, the days are getting longer, and teachers and students alike could be embracing…

Connecting Students with the World through Music

Connecting Students with the World through Music:Music Educator Award™ Finalist Pamela Andrews Melissa Salguero was named the 2018 Music Educator Award honoree. Nominate a teacher by March 15, 2018. Applications due…

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Finding Vulnerability and Authenticity in Music Class

Finding Vulnerability and Authenticity in Music Class:Music Educator Award™ Finalist Christopher Maunu Melissa Salguero was named the 2018 Music Educator Award honoree. Nominate a teacher by March 15, 2018. Applications due…