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Using Meet Edgar to Simplify Social Media

Through the past years as I’ve gone deeper and deeper down the rabbit hole of marketing my Teachers Pay Teachers products and everything else I’ve tried SEVERAL social media management tools. I’ve tried Tailwind to manage my Pinterest, I’ve used Buffer to try to push out to more platforms. I’ve never truly seen success and […]

Song Writing Part 2: Students write their own song!

Song Writing Part 1 (previous post) After working through Part 1 of this activity (view that blog post here), I like to have the students try to write their own song. Song Writing Part 2 (this post) I give each student their own copy of this file (FREE) – Song Writing Worksheet for Students (Editable […]

Chance Music in the General Music Classroom with FREE Downloads

General music can definitely be challenging. Balancing between teaching music literacy while “keeping it fun” and hoping to retain students for future ensembles is a CONSTANT battle it feels like. It seems like we always want something that will grab their attention and be FUN, but still teach them something valuable and leave them wanting […]

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