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Teach Like Boot Camp


The “boot” camp started yesterday at the local gym. I have always worked out, so I thought ramping up a notch would be an excellent start to a new style of exercise. Little did I know I would be the oldest in the class, by twenty years,  and with lots of  “workout” queens. I arrived

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No Rubrics For Me


I don’t believe in rubrics. I know a lot of educators firmly believe in them, because they tell the students what we, the teacher, expect for an A, B, C, D, or F. I know what the believers in rubrics say “They give students and parents benchmarks for grading and how do grade if we

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The Gifted/Talented Student in the General Music Class


Since I teach General Music I teach the gifted/talented right along side the general population student. Here’s what I classify the talented/gifted student: a student that has taken piano lessons and performed in recitals, they can play and doodle on the piano or other instrument. They love music and practice on a daily basis, either

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