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Music and the 16 Habits of Mind: Persisting and More

February 17, 2020

The 16 Habits of Mind can be used to enhance mastery of music concepts, techniques and skills.

Disney Songs in the Curriculum: The Bare Necessities

Disney songs can be powerful in the music curriculum. They are rich resources that can enliven learning, contain powerful messages and lessons and help engage students in an important part of popular culture.

Three Unique Choirs Whose Praises We Sing

Have you ever stopped to think about the many different types of choirs and choruses that exist? Here are three of my favorites…

Pro Tips for Getting Grants!

Here are some hot tips (and some NOT tips) from someone who’s won half a BILLION (with a B!) dollars in grant funding.

Magic to Do: Fifty Years of Stephen Schwartz Musicals

November 22, 2019

This article pays tribute to Schwartz’s career focusing on his music and offering learning scenarios to use with your students.

The ASCAP Foundation/Universal Theatrical Group Musical Theatre Workshop

Where are tomorrow’s shows and composers coming from?

Musical Study Guides Support: Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

August 28, 2019

Musicals are rich resources for learning in addition to being major forms of entertainment.

The Unforgettable Nat King Cole: Celebrating His Music and Birth Centennial

May 9, 2019

Celebrating His Music and Birth Centennial.

Hello Dolly! An Inderdisciplinary Approach

February 26, 2019

An interdisciplinary approach for using Hello, Dolly! that took place at a New Jersey high school.

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