Practical tips for organizing and setting up your music room. Ideas for arranging your furniture for multiple classroom activities, DIY storage solutions, planning for transitions (singing to writing, dancing to sitting, etc…). This post is crammed full of ideas from a veteran music teacher.
GRAND BEHAVIOR - We have all seen the “NOISE” post on Pinterest - Change NOISE to GRAND and add a behavior chart! Add/Remove letters based on class behavior (bottom pic). Removing a letter from the whiteboard is a huge visual that all students notice without you having to use your voice. As music teachers – we all know our voice is precious! If they have all the letters at the end of class they go up on the chart (top pic). Middle C & Top = Incentive! #music #education #musiceducation
START BUILDING YOUR STUDENTS' MUSIC VOCABULARY TODAY!AS MUSIC TEACHERS WE ARE ALWAYS TRYING TO ASSIST OUR STUDENTS IN THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF THE LANGUAGE OF MUSIC. THE STUDY OF MUSIC IS LIKE THE STUDY OF ANY LANGUAGE... YOU MUST BEGIN BY LEARNING THE VOCABULARY!I HAVE CREATED A SET OF 101 MUSIC WORDS TO BE DISPLAYED IN YOUR MUSIC ROOM.