It’s that time of year. Where all teachers, including music educators, start to slowly wilt, declaring that we need a holiday. Desperately.
It’s not always about the finished product, but it is always about the learning. How do music games help us keep our focus?
How do we create effective music teaching classrooms?
How do I encourage independence in classroom music lessons, when students cannot move on without my input?
Music lessons left me feeling demoralised for years. Not because I wasn’t good enough; but because I just didn’t know what was expected.