Index

a cappella listening – part 1
a smattering of thoughts on assessment
advocacy and concert programs
aesthetics and academia – part 1
aesthetics and academia – part 2
analytical
articulation
arts dabble?

building bridges out of witches

the case for letter grades(?)
chopped
the concert
the concert #1 – promoting music literacy
the concert #2 – audience as performer
concert apple seeds
concerts and reflective thinking – part 1
concerts and reflective thinking – part 2
denny
difficult intervals
the dirty word
epiphany
flipping the music classroom
george seurat and choral performance
goal setting
grades
guido d’arezzo would have preferred a pc?
high school music requirement
the interconnected circles
“Isn’t it obvious?”
isolated disciplines
leschetizky had it right
lessons from my sports legends, part 1
lessons from my sports legends, part 2
lessons learned
letter grades: the big farce
letters from marv, part 1
letters from marv, part 2
letters to PCC: approaching our performance
letters to PCC: not-so-psycho analysis
letters to PCC: programming
letter to the legislature: music for all
melting pot
moments
moving on
new years resolutions
nothing to learn from beginning teachers
performing ensembles
pop music
problems vs. symptoms
process vs. product
professional development
reading books: philosophical foundation (why)
risk taking
role playing
sacred music police
spot on teaching
standards, assessment, blah blah blah… part 1
standards, assessment, blah blah blah… part 2
standards, assessment, blah blah blah… part 3
standards, assessment, blah blah blah… part 4
stephen smith and peter pan
talking shop
thank you
think different show different be different
three strikes part 1
three strikes part 2 (and 3, and 4, and…)
warmups
warmups: ear training
warmups: reference points
what does it take
what would betty atterbury say
Why vs. What
you are what you eat

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