How to Help Us Help Other Music Teachers
The best advice comes from lived experience, and we want to hear about yours. As an educator with first-hand experience teaching music remotely, we'd like to share your insights, tips, and expertise with other teachers in an effort to ensure the success of the greater music education community as we all approach a new school year filled with uncertainty. Here are four ways you can help us help other music teachers:
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Do you have practical, step-by-step solutions for specific challenges teachers are facing right now? Did you create a virtual concert or recital at the end of the year? Do you have remote lesson ideas you’d like to share? We’d love to hear about it!
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What helped make your remote teaching experience successful? What Alfred Music resources did you utilize that might be useful to other music teachers? What did you learn about yourself and your students during the process? Do you have words of encouragement for other teachers as they embark on another semester of uncertainty?