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Music Teacher Coffee Talk

Carrie Nicholas and Tanya LeJeune

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We are Kodály inspired elementary music teachers who love to share songs, activities, lessons, and ideas for the music room. Show notes at https://musicteachercoffeetalkpodcast.blogspot.com/
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The Happy Music Teacher

Jeanette Shorey

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Feeling alone in the craziness that is your classroom? Looking for someone to rescue you from the exhaustion and overwhelm of your everyday music teacher life? Hi, I'm Jeanette. A passionate music teacher with over 2 decades of experience working with students, balancing the mayhem, and helping educators like you navigate the chaos. Join me as we explore what makes teaching general music so darn hard, tackle the unique challenges we face, and transform our music teacher lives so that every d ...
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Are you an elementary music teacher? Maybe you’re worn out, overwhelmed, or feel like it gets harder each year. Hi, I’m Jessica, and it’s my passion to help elementary music teachers, just like you, figure out your unique teaching style. In this podcast, I'll share helpful tips and strategies, work-home life balance tips, and mindset blocks, while helping give you the motivation you need to gain momentum in your teaching so you can continue being the music teacher rock star you already are. ...
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Happier Music Teacher

Beth Duhon

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Real self-care for music educators, not just self-soothing! Are you an overwhelmed music teacher who thinks that self-care and work/life balance is impossible with your responsibilities at home? Are you feeling burnout at home and school, and you’re done with feeling teacher tired and stressed all the time? Do you feel that the cliché advice of candles and bubble baths, not that there’s anything wrong with that, are short term solutions for your tension? Former stressed hot mess Beth Duhon h ...
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The Salty Music Teacher

Matty Saltibus

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This podcast is for music teachers who can expect discussions about the everyday life situations of a music teacher. From the super serious to the light hearted events that happen in our classrooms, you better believe there is something here for everyone. https://www.thesaltymusicteacher.com https://www.facebook.com/thesaltymusicteacher
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Life is a journey set to music. To move from one stanza to another we need a bridge. That’s what you’ll find in this podcast, where bestselling author Eric Nehring shares his passion for music and life. Eric takes you beyond the theory of music you’ll learn in school to the lessons he has learned working with students, parents, and advisors. Learning music theory is a necessary base. But to build the bridge to your next stanza you’ll need to progress beyond theory. The Music Teacher Podcast ...
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The podcast about all things business for music teachers and studio owners. Learn how to brand, market, and grow your music studio. Hear stories of creative music teachers who are taking on other cool entrepreneurial projects. Get answers to your self-employment questions from experts. Hosted by entrepreneur, business coach, and piano teacher, Andrea Miller.
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Practical and proven tips, ideas and advice for private music teachers. Listen in to improve your instrumental or vocal music studio business and find that oh-so-elusive feeling of balance in your life. Welcome to The Vibrant Music Teaching Podcast! This is the show for you if you’re an instrumental or vocal music teacher that wants friendly, creative and accessible advice. I’m your host Nicola Cantan. My membership site, Vibrant Music Teaching, helps teachers all over the world to include m ...
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The spark for music teachers is ten minutes of mindset and energy designed especially for anyone teaching music. Host Janice Tuck offers insights, tips and strategies for dealing with common issues that arise in teaching music in schools. This podcast is about finding the resourcefulness within yourself to make things happen. Its about developing the mindset and psychology - a way of being, talking and acting that will get you moving through the day with energy.
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In this episode, we delve into the key aspects of preparation for a music teaching interview. From understanding how to discuss your teaching philosophies and methodologies to the importance of researching the school you're interviewing for, this episode is packed with valuable insights. Whether you're a fresh graduate or an experienced teacher loo…
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State testing may never be our favorite time of the year but it doesn't mean we have to decide to be miserable. Let's reframe it as a prayer walk around campus in our jeans and comfortable shoes while we get a free snack from the lounge! Happier Music Teachers Facebook Group Beth's Book on F-Flat Music for Kiddos…
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The Question: How to quiet a class that screams and doesn’t use their indoor voice?? I have very high ceilings in my room so you do have to project a bit more than usual but the kids use it as an excuse to scream and be rowdy and I’ve had enough. I stand there and wait usually and then address the problem, I also have a quiet sign I show them, but …
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Today I’m joined by Jennifer Foxx, a teacher who has been blogging and creating curriculum and resources for music teachers for over a decade. In our conversation, we talk about how she took the simplest route at first and started her business on Teachers Pay Teachers and has since strengthened her business by investing in platforms she owns, like …
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Public speaking makes many people nervous and it's the last thing you want to be worrying about when you're managing all the logistics of a recital. Tune in to hear my simple formula for your welcome speech at your next student concert. Find out more about membership at vibrantmusicteaching.com.Από τον Nicola Cantan
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In today's sedentary world (think more video games and more sitting among our kiddos) movement is more crucial than ever for our elementary students. Not only does it offer a welcome break from the lethargic nature of modern life, but it also plays a vital role in enhancing focus and cognitive function. Recognizing this, our latest episode of the H…
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With the MTNA conference in March, I guess you could say I’ve been on a conference kick. We talked about Networking with Stephanie Bonte-Lebair in Episode 141, I shared my takeaways from MTNA in Episode 142, and then last week I did a live Networking Debrief workshop with a group of teachers and, together, we went through our own lists of people we…
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In this episode, we welcome guest Lewis Baez, who shares his unique perspective and experiences teaching in the U.S. as a foreign teacher. Lewis discusses the challenges and rewards of navigating a new educational system and culture, the importance of establishing a strong support system, and the strategies he uses to effectively connect with his s…
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Concerts? Private music lessons? Community bands? These are some of the culprits for music teachers having epically long days away from home. You can't always prevent them but you can plan and prepare to make them as pleasant as possible. Band Director Boot Camp Podcast/ Lesley Moffat Happier Music Teacher on F-Flat Books Join the Happier Music Tea…
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In this episode, we're diving into "Project Magic: Keeping Cool Kids Engaged in Music." I'm thrilled to share with you five simple steps to make project-based learning a blast for your intermediate students. Imagine a classroom where students aren't just learning about music but are actively involved in creating, exploring, and expressing themselve…
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Shouldn't coming home at the end of the school day be relaxing? In reality, our second shift is starting and everything feels urgent and stressful! From after school clothes and snacks to leaving the bag of shame at school, this is your tactical guide to a more peaceful after school routine for yourself. Brunch with Babs Beth's Book on F-Flat Join …
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In this episode, Tanya and Carrie discuss our takeaways from the 2024 OAKE National Conference as well as our general thoughts on Kodály-inspired teaching as we see it today. Of course we talk about Beyoncé too! It all makes sense when you listen.Από τον Carrie Nicholas and Tanya LeJeune
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Last week I was at the MTNA National conference in Atlanta. Georgia. It was a whirlwind - as conferences usually are - and I think I’m still absorbing everything. I wanted to go over three things today: first - some personal reflections from MTNA, second - I want to share some of my business takeaways, and third - I want to invite you to a workshop…
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Today's episode introduces five engaging storybooks suitable for springtime. The first book, "The Fleas Sneeze" by Lynn Downey, offers opportunities for vocal exploration, rhythmic play, and instrumental improvisation, making it suitable for first through third graders. Next is "It's Mine," a fable by Leo Leone, which encourages discussions about e…
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In this episode, we are joined by Linzie Mullins and Betsy Carter to talk about the concept of co-teaching in the music room. Linzie and Betsy share their experiences, discussing how they navigate managing a large number of students, balance responsibilities, and build a productive learning environment. Whether you're co-teaching or not, this episo…
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Talking about the end of the school year when it isn't even Easter yet? Yes! If you want a better May, start preparing in April. You'll feel less rushed and stressed as you near the finish line. Plus a mindset minute borrowed from Kendra Adachi and Susan Brumfield's newest resource. Susan's Book Beth's Book on F-Flat Join the Facebook Group…
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This is the most important question I've been asking myself lately. What tools can we use to make it feel easy for the student, so that they feel confident, competent and motivated. Find out more about membership at vibrantmusicteaching.com.Από τον Nicola Cantan
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Episode 53 - Balancing Act: 5 Strategies for Keeping 25+ Little Musicians Engaged In Episode 53 of the Happy Music Teacher podcast, we dive into the world of keeping a large group of little musicians engaged. We all want our students to feel safe, special, seen, and spellbound, right? Well, in this episode, we explore five key strategies to make th…
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In this episode, we delve into the Orff Schulwerk approach to teaching music with our guest, Tiffany English. Tiffany shares her experiences and practical advice on implementing the Orff approach, and we discuss how it can contribute to effective teaching. Tiffany also provides invaluable insights into the challenges, rewards, and strategies for in…
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Welcome new listeners from OAKE! Music teachers, I'm glad you are here! This is the sequel to Episode 43: When You Feel Unappreciated. Short version of the episode? You'll be happier if you don't rely on others to fill your cup! Beth's Book on F-Flat Happier Music Teachers Facebook GroupΑπό τον Beth Duhon
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Episode 52 - In this lively episode of the Happy Music Teacher podcast, we delve into the inspiring journey of master teacher Debbie O'Shea, founder of Crescendo Music Education. Debbie shares her passionate vision of supporting and connecting music educators worldwide, driven by her own experiences as a music teacher struggling to manage the deman…
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In my original interview with Stephanie, she talked about the role business networking played in the marketing of her business and she talked about it with such intentionality that I knew I wanted to learn more. So today we’re talking about everything, from how to choose events to network at, how to prepare, how Stephanie makes the most of her time…
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In this episode, we will be talking all about conference presenting and how to prepare for it. We broke it down into five manageable steps for the listeners to follow. This episode is full of tips and strategies to help you successfully nail your next presentation. Whether you're considering presenting at a conference for the first time or looking …
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Debbie calls comparison the comparison trap. I couldn't agree more! Let's dig into what is really going on when we compare ourselves to other music teachers. This is our last episode with Debbie O'Shea. You can keep listening to her on the Crescendo Music Education Podcast. If you are at OAKE, please introduce yourself! I'd love to meet you!…
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In this episode, we dive into five key points to help elementary music teachers navigate the challenges they face. First, we acknowledge that being a music teacher involves more than just singing and dancing—it's about juggling lesson plans, performances, and classroom management. The biggest takeaway? Mindset matters. Having a positive, growth-ori…
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Today’s conversation with Stephanie Bonte-Lebair is a rebroadcast of an early episode of Music Studio Startup that has always been a fan favorite. Stephanie is a classically-trained opera singer turned voice/presentation/sales coach. This interview blurs the line between an entrepreneurial music teacher sharing the evolution of her voice studio and…
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In this episode, we have an enlightening conversation with guest Priten Shah about the use of AI in music education. Shah, an expert in AI, provides insights into how this technology can be used in the classroom to enhance teaching and learning experiences. We discuss the potential of AI in areas as well as its ethical implications. This conversati…
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Music teachers, stop making movement a burden instead of a blessing! In today's episode, Debbie and I chat about our favorite ways to incorporate movement into our days without making it a part-time job. You don't have to be a twenty-two year old size 2 to enjoy movement! Come to OAKE in Chicago with me! Join the Happier Music Teachers Facebook Gro…
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Eat, sleep, teach music, repeat…For most this is the treadmill of teaching life we start to settle into at this time of the year! But when was the last time you looked at what’s ACTUALLY working? Especially with behaviour management? In this episode, I’m breaking down the philosophy of the three S’s you need to ask yourself to determine if you’re s…
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"Welcome to the latest installment of The Happy Music Teacher, where we're diving into the vibrant world of springtime through 'Spring has Sprung - 7 Great Storybooks for Spring.' This episode is a delightful exploration of storytelling intertwined with music, as we journey through a collection of enchanting storybooks. From the lively vocal explor…
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Today’s episode is more of a public service announcement for studio owners who have businesses that are registered in the US. On January 1, a new reporting requirement from the US Treasury Department went into effect and it might impact you. I’m talking about the Beneficial Ownership Information Reporting rule or BOI Reporting requirement from the …
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In this episode, we tackle the unique challenges and strengths of introverted music teachers. I share personal experiences, strategies for managing overwhelming situations, and tips for creating quiet spaces within the busy environment of a school. If you're an introverted music teacher, make sure to tune in to get a valuable guide to balance your …
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Hot tea will not fix a permanent vocal problem. Can we say it louder for the people in the back? Actually, don't do that! You might strain your cords. No one may have told you in college that caring for your voice before and after a long day of teaching should be one of your top priorities. Join me for another conversation with the inspiring and fu…
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In this episode, we delve into the inevitable chaos that can often arise in our teaching journeys and uncover five effective ways to not only cope with it but also leverage it to our advantage. Firstly, we emphasize the importance of accepting that chaos is a natural part of the teaching experience. By acknowledging this reality, we can mentally pr…
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