We share our student teaching experiences and our thoughts on how we might provide an impactful and helpful student teaching experience in our programs.
We talk about our working relationships with our administration, and what we’re looking for in an administrator.
With January behind us we reflect on our local honor groups, their value and how to get the most out of them.
Sorry for the poor audio quality, Sus is on the phone, in a car, with no headphones. Not much we could do.
The question we tackle this week is how best to come back from break and how to you switch gears effectively and hit the ground running.
Hope you’re enjoying your winter break! This episode we lay out goals for ourselves for the spring semester. This is our last episode for 2017, we’ll be back for more episodes at the end of January.
Veronica encountered a patron at one of her concerts that was legitimately offended by her concert programming. We discuss what those pitfalls are, and what it means for us now that we know. Also: Cookie Dough.
This week we talk about dealing with loss in your school community, processing grief as teachers, students and as ensembles.
We talk about our own experiences in teaching and looking for jobs in an effort to decipher what makes a position desirable and what sort of applicants it attracts.
This week we talk about ways we’ve tried to help our students practice smarter, or more efficient, or let’s be honest, at all.
We talk this week about many of the extra musical skills we work with our students on especially given the amount of time we have with each of our kids as secondary educators.