Summer's In Full Swing

Tweet It sure is and for teachers that doesn’t mean flat out rest! We are busy – working, thinking, planning, learning, reading – you name it! (Some of my teacher-friends and I even did some homework last night: research on how to avoid being a Bad Teacher if you catch my drift. 😉 ) Yes, […]

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Celebrate Music and Literacy – book sale!

Tweet This month we are celebrating the connections between MUSIC and LITERACY for “Music in Our Schools” and “Literacy” month!  And what better way to celebrate than to have a sale on a great resource that integrates the two? Inspired by Listening is a fabulous teacher resource for integrating musical listening experiences with your literacy […]

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A Year in Review – An Interseries for January

Tweet Happy New Year! And it’s more than just a change from 2010 to 2011.  January marks the rebirth of The Inspired Classroom!  Last January was a relaunching of the site and marking of my dedication to blogging through Blog Series.  Over the last year, I have posted faithfully every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday starting […]

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Thank You for 2010 – A Message to My PLN

Tweet At this point in my career, I do not know what I would do without my PLN. You guys are great! Over the last 12 months, I have poured my professional (and as is so connected, at times my personal) heart out over this wonderful profession we share: education. As Beethoven once said, “I […]

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Edu Blogger's Balancing Act – Powered by Passion

How did I get here? I wonder that every so often as I find myself writing and checking posts, emails, tweets and DMs late into the night… typing, typing, typing. My desk is a mess and my head needs to clear, but there is still a smile on my face. Why? Because I’m following my professional heart and doing what I’m passionate about. I teach, I learn, I inspire – I’m an educator in the 21st century!

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Highlights from the Arts Integration Series

Tweet For the past two months, our posts at The Inspired Classroom have been about arts educuation and integration.  It has been a wonderful journey taken with many guest bloggers and readers that have commented and tweeted our posts.   Because of the great body of content we have collected, I would like to take this […]

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This is TOO Cool!

Tweet This is too cool… and deserving of a short post on my blog. This blog just got nominated for @MrPlough07‘s Teaching the Arts in School theme this week in #edBLOG. Fro more info, please check out his post about it: The Next Step I am so honored and excited by this. PLEASE VOTE! http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22B6ZBCM3YC

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Arts Integration Series About to Begin

Tweet We at The Inspired Classroom are very excited to announce that the Arts Integration blog series is about to begin! This topic has always been the true focus of The Inspired Classroom and we have so much experience and expertise to share with you over the next two months through our team of guest […]

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A Review for ME!

Tweet How excited I was when yesterday I saw a wonderful post by Shelley Krause @butwait about my book, Inspired by Listening: Teaching Your Curriculum While Actively Listening to Music.  This book is where is all started years ago when I decided to make music part of my life forever.  I took the lyrics by […]

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