Soundtracks for Learning – Book Review and Giveaway

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Tweet I have taught many workshops and courses specifically in music integration and in all of them I stress the importance and usefulness of listening to music with your students.  After all, that is how arts integration started for me – through active listening experiences I created with my students.  And without fail, the most […]

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How Studio Day Saved My School Year

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Tweet It’s so easy to get sucked into the pressures of teaching: testing, curriculum writing, meetings, assessments, keeping up with lessons, tracking data, the list goes on. I started my school year with a feeling of hope.  We were to work with our new Common Core.  It was a fresh start and although it meant […]

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Steam Point Winner

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Tweet Congratulations to Karin Cevasco!  She is the winner of Steam Point by Susan Riley over at EducationCloset.com.  For more information about the book, be sure to visit EducationCloset.com. (Notice those with two entries made comments both on this website and on FaceBook.  Be on the look out in February for another chance to win […]

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Steam Point Review and Giveaway

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Tweet There’s a new arts integration book on the market and it’s something you should check out for sure! Susan Riley’s new book, Steam Point, is a must have for any teacher interested in arts integration or student learning.  Susan, the arts integration specialist from www.educationcloset.com has taken the three most talked about curricular movements […]

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Shake the Sketch Winner!

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Tweet Congratulations to Alicia Schordine for winning a copy of Shake the Sketch by Susan Riley. Still interested in getting a copy of this book for yourself?  Visit our review of the book and check out the Shake the Sketch info page to order your own copy.  This is a great resource for all teachers and […]

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Shake the Sketch Review and Giveaway!

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Tweet This past summer I was invited to join a team of teachers by presenting my ideas on Music and Literacy and Studio Days at the Connectivity Virtual Conference hosted by Susan Riley of educationcloset.com.  While there, the hostess and arts integration specialist spoke about her new book Shake the Sketch.  I was very excited […]

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Live the Creative Process, and then Teach It

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Tweet We learn to write ourselves before we teach students to do so.  We become great swimmers and then teach others to swim.  We master the techniques of throwing a basketball, before we show our kids. The same is true for the creative process.  Living the creative process ourselves, allows us to share it effectively […]

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Music and Literacy ALL Month

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Tweet This month we celebrate literacy!  So, I wanted to share some resources with you that may help to keep you inspired as the month moves on.  First, for a listing of all the resources on this website, please check out the literacy tag.  We have numerous posts by a variety of authors on the […]

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Celebrate Beethoven in the Classroom

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Tweet Special Announcement! It’s finally here – a new addition to The Inspired Classroom’s book store…. and it’s a good one too! Celebrate Ludwig van Beethoven in the Classroom: A Resource for Classroom Teachers and Music Teachers Alike by Elizabeth M. Peterson This eResource is built for any teacher who enjoys music, especially that of […]

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