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Managing Tech Toys in the Classroom


Thirty years ago, if teachers had COLORED chalk for their chalkboard, it was considered “high tech.” Today teachers have still cameras, voice recorders, flip cameras, iPod Touch devices, card readers, tripods, iPads, and other tech equipment to manage and teach – all at the same time.This can be an “eighteen-ring” circus managing and teaching with

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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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