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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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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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"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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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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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 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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With the turn of the calendar, many of us are closing the fiscal years for our businesses and wrapping up our bookkeeping for the year in anticipation of the tax season ahead. I am a HUGE fan of a low-stress tax season and the way to accomplish that is to get started early and tackle one step at a time. Which is why I invited back to the podcast, A…
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In this episode, we discussed the benefits and challenges of applying entrepreneurial thinking in the classroom. I share personal experiences and lessons learned from managing a business and teaching simultaneously. Tune in to explore how these entrepreneurial principles can enhance your teaching methods and improve your students' learning experien…
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There's nothing more natural than eating but planning meals for ourselves and our family as busy music teachers can be a stressor. I think you're going to love Debbie's wisdom on this! Sometimes self-care is about mindset and other times it is practical. Happier Music Teacher Book on F-Flat Books Debbie's podcast Join the Happier Music Teachers Fac…
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In this episode of The Happy Music Teacher podcast, we're diving into some fun ways to borrow equipment from your PE coach to amp up your music lessons and get even your sporty students loving music. We're focusing on developing essential skills like meter, steady beat, note values, and note names, all while having a blast with some unconventional …
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I mentioned before that we will, again, be holding our studio launch grant competition this year! This grant is to help new or new-ish independent teachers launch their studios. It’s one of my favorite things that we do and it’s been so neat to see the impact the grant has on getting these studios off to a strong start. Today I’m talking to our las…
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In this episode, we unpack the complex relationship between musical concepts and standards in music education. Using personal anecdotes, you'll learn about the significance of teaching music in a manner that aligns with your personal teaching style, and how to implement it in your classroom. Check out latest blog post here Grab your free ⁠⁠⁠Simplif…
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Welcome to any new listeners from TMEA! We are back with the wellbeing series featuring Debbie O'Shea. Normal self-care doesn't talk about your commute but it can be a stressor. As we say in the interview, if you can't get out of it, get into it! Happier Music Teachers Facebook Group Debbie's Podcast Beth's Book…
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In this episode of the Happy Music Teacher podcast, you'll discover game-changing strategies to streamline your music classroom setup and keep all your essential equipment at your fingertips. We dive into the concept of the Front Table Teacher Toolbox – a handy caddy filled with must-have tools and accessories, ensuring you're always ready for any …
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In this episode of The Elementary Music Teacher Podcast, we have an insightful conversation with Chandler Owen on the gap between students who receive private music lessons and those who don't. We discuss the challenges and potential solutions for balancing the learning environment and ensuring all students get to shine. This episode provides thoug…
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Headed to TMEA, OAKE or any other music education conference? You'll get some benefit from it but wouldn't it be nice to maximize it? From physical comfort to follow-up, here are the tips you need to conference even better! TMEA OAKE Conference Happier Music Teachers Facebook Group Beth's Book on F-Flat Books…
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In this episode of the Happy Music Teacher podcast, we’ll delve into the idea that when a child misbehaves, they're essentially reaching out for help. The episode emphasizes that children lack the developed brains and vocabulary to express their troubles, leading them to communicate through misbehavior. You need to understand that misbehavior is no…
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It’s time for another quarterly check-in! Today I’m joined by Amy Chaplin, a fellow piano teacher and productivity nerd. Since it’s January, this review takes more of an annual review perspective as we look back on 2023 and look forward to 2024. I was looking forward to this conversation with Amy because I wanted an excuse to talk about apps and to…
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In this episode, I share with you some strategies for managing transitions in the music classroom. The discussion revolves around effective methods to establish clear procedures and signal transitions. The episode emphasizes the importance of creating a seamless learning environment that fosters active participation, understanding, and enjoyment am…
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Sleep is THE most crucial tool in our self-care arsenal. Just because it is natural doesn't mean it is easy. Listen in as Debbie O'Shea and I chat about the chapters in my book "Happier Music Teacher: 50 Days to Being a Happier Music Teacher at Home and at School." Debbie's Podcast Beth's Book Facebook group…
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Episode 45: 9 Ways to Avoid the February Crazies In this episode of The Happy Music Teacher Podcast, we explore strategies to foster a positive and engaging music classroom environment. Here are the key points discussed: 1. Shower them with Positive Reinforcement and Compliments: - Positive reinforcement and genuine compliments to boost students' c…
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In this episode, guest Debbie O'Shea shares her insights on the benefits of group singing in the music classroom. We discuss the benefits this has on the class and how it can enrich a student's overall learning experience. Connect with Debbie here: FREE Newsletter and the occasional email Crescendo Website Together Sing Facebook Pinterest YouTube L…
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Today I’m sharing part two of a two-part episode with my guest, Tony Parlapiano. Teaching piano has taken many forms over the years for Tony. From being a travel piano teacher and teaching students homes, to teaching online during the pandemic and then sticking with it afterward, to the studio we’re going to hear about today, that more closely rese…
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Celebrate the one year anniversary of the Happier Music Teacher book with Debbie O'Shea of the Crescendo Music Education Podcast! Part 1 of a series as we chat about the importance of wellbeing for music teachers. I'm so glad that I shared a copy of the book with her! You're going to love her accent! Crescendo Music Education Podcast Happier Music …
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Message Matty Saltibus at https://www.speakpipe.com/thesaltymusicteacher Visit our website! TheSaltyMusicTeacher.com Matthew introduces Ihor Bauman, founder of Workee.net, a one-stop shop for music tutors and private instructors. The company helps freelancers manage their business online, including bookings, video calls, CRM, work management system…
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Message Matty Saltibus at https://www.speakpipe.com/thesaltymusicteacher Visit our website! TheSaltyMusicTeacher.com On this episode, Matty Saltibus has a discussion with Brian Ruiz, a middle school head band director with 23+ years of experience in the classroom at the high school level and the middle school level. Mr. Ruiz talks about his experie…
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Episode 44: Technology Hacks for the Music Room with Debbie Tannenbaum In the latest episode of The Happy Music Teacher podcast, educator Debbie Tannenbaum takes center stage, bringing over two decades of experience and a bag full of tech-savvy tricks. As an ASCD Emerging Leader and ISTE Certified Educator, Debbie dives into her passion for putting…
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Message Matty Saltibus at https://www.speakpipe.com/thesaltymusicteacher Visit our website! TheSaltyMusicTeacher.com On this episode, Matty Saltibus has a part 2 discussion with two Venezuelans who live and teach music in St. Lucia. We learn about their experiences with the St. Lucian school system and how music teachers teach in different regions …
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Today I’m sharing part one of a two-part episode with a guest you’ve heard from before. Teaching piano has taken many forms over the years for today’s guest, Tony Parlapiano. From being a travel piano teacher and teaching students homes, to teaching online during the pandemic and then sticking with it afterward, to the studio we’re going to hear ab…
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In this episode, we explore the important elements of a successful formal observation. I provided valuable tips, examples, and personal anecdotes from my own experiences to help guide you in turning your formal observation into an empowering and affirming experience for yourself, and your students. Check out the latest blog Sign up for the Reflect …
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Long hours. Countless performances. High expectations. No wonder it is easy for music teachers to feel unappreciated! I had a lot of thoughts on this. Check out some of them in part 1 of a two part series .Buy Happier Music Teacher Book Join the Happier Music Teachers Facebook GroupΑπό τον Beth Duhon
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Explore creative music teaching methods in this episode, focusing on concepts like up/down and high/low. Engaging activities include interactive games with songs such as "I Have a Little Snowman," incorporating movements and glockenspiel tricks. The episode introduces the small-is-high and big-is-low concept through poems, seamlessly integrating bo…
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The first quarter of the MSS Hub Mastermind program starts in just a few weeks. So if you’ve been curious about joining, now is a great time to get plugged in and start your year off strong! Today I’m talking with my guest about her journey from book idea to selling the first 1000 copies. We talk about how she tried to publish through a traditional…
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