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Each week your host, Nicola Cantan, will provide bite-sized bursts of inspiration and ideas for instrumental and vocal music teachers. Nicola is a piano teacher on a journey to help teachers teach with games and creativity so that their students succeed and they have full hearts and overflowing studios.
 
Are you a teacher looking for new ways to engage your students in learning each day? You need some fresh ideas for your classroom? Join Ashley Marquez, third grade teacher and curriculum designer, along with special teacher guests as she shares teaching tips, classroom ideas, and every day motivation. Whether you are looking for successful classroom management strategies, ways to engage your students, organizational ideas for your classroom, or ways to implement teacher self care this is the ...
 
Welcome to the Shining Scholar Education Podcast! Where we're all about secondary Reading/English/Language Arts. We'll share tips, strategies, resources, stories, as well as some inspiration and motivation for not just English/ELA teachers, but for all teachers. We'll also share the ups and downs in the wonderful world of teaching. Your host, Charlie, is a teacher-creator with Shining Scholar Education. We are a team of professional, certified teachers and we are right there in the trenches ...
 
Want to see your children reach their full potential, in all areas of their lives? Tim Dansie, a registered teacher and psychologist who is sought-after by both parents and educators alike, reveals what it takes to set your child up for success. Tim shares insights from his decades of experience working with children from all backgrounds with all kinds of personalities. He also shares real stories that you can learn from. Each episode is easy to understand with practical tips that you can ap ...
 
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Guests: Erik Johnson, Alicia Lund, Brooke Theil from North Dakota State University Always be prepared when requesting funds to purchase equipment. Have resources ready to validate your program’s needs. Keep a running list of needs. An administrator may find money that needs to be spent at any time. Teachers need to play the long game. Plan on acqui…
 
Have you ever had a piano parent complain that you’re playing too many games in lessons? Maybe they’ve asked you to take out all the games and just spend the whole lesson time on the bench? Party poopers!Av Nicola Cantan
 
YOU’RE THE VOICE CAN THEY UNDERSTAND IT? You don’t have to make it loud but it must be clear! If when it comes to public speaking you need a little help, you feel the pressure down, you’ve got to have a little faith because learning to publicly speak – that’s freedom! Okay – no more John Farnham puns – non Farnsey fans will be like “what the hell i…
 
Beast Mode Study Just as study is a way to remember topics, concepts, lessons the art of effective study, study itself, is also something that can be learned. And just as every new challenge has a learning curve, which is sometimes excruciating, so does learning how to study have its own exhausting trials. Once you get it though, – once it all clic…
 
EDUCATORS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN Hey! Thank you for being with me today. I’m going to get a little personal here. A little real; and reveal my childhood crush. She came on to the music and cultural scene like a kaleidoscopic whirlwind with a vibrant and effervescent attitude in fashion and song. Her name was (still is actually,) Cyndi Lauper. Icon of …
 
Guests: Kasee Smith from University of Idaho, Raegan Ramage from Louisiana State University, Aaron McKim from Michigan State University, Tyson Sorensen from Utah State University We have seen an increase in efficiency. A lot can be accomplished through virtual meetings. Everyone’s teaching experience was different during the peak of COVID. Do not b…
 
SUPERCHARGE YOUR LEARNING ABILITY IN 3 STEPS Okay – where were we? Where are you? Where am I? Who knows? I guess it depends on whether you’ve taken the blue or red pill today. What I know is that there is no great secret to life despite plenty of argument and round-a-bout musing. It’s pretty obvious, I think. We are here to progress, and we do that…
 
https://colourfulkeys.ie/shop/practice-pie https://blitzbooks.com/why-piano-playing-is-like-bike-riding/ In this masterclass, Nicola Cantan and Samantha Coates will discuss their favourite analogies for educating parents about music practice. You'll bake a metaphorical practice pie with Nicola, ride a fictional practice bike with Samantha, and by t…
 
Guests: Kasee Smith from University of Idaho, Raegan Ramage from Louisiana State University, Aaron McKim from Michigan State University, Tyson Sorensen from Utah State University More experienced teachers have a newfound proficiency in modern technology as a result of the pandemic. COVID took away a lot of key aspects of teaching that contribute to…
 
That’s Edutainment Baby! It’s not a neologism, a new word, though it is a portmanteau and though it’s not used much outside of the education industry – not enough that you won’t find argument around a scrabble game – trust me – I’ve had the argument - If you type it into Word you won’t get a red underlining so yeah, it’s legit even if not common on…
 
Spike This There is a horrible saying that I abhor. If it was personified I’d probably kick it over a cliff. Actually that sounds a bit violent. But maybe you’ll agree. Let me know. It’s from George Bernard Shaw’s play “Man & Superman” and without context it’s just – ugh – no words. Of course quotes do get passed down without context and in this ca…
 
Good morning, good afternoon, good evening – whatever the time of day it is always a good time for learning. This is Educate This, the podcast for Teachers, Trainers, Coaches, Mentors and Students – Anybody in the world of education and beyond which lets face it – should be all of us all the time. We learn to teach and we teach to learn. My name is…
 
3 lessons from 3 1980s Teacher Films Lean on Me (1989) The late 80s/early 90s was truly a time for inspirational educator films. There were plenty in competition but Lean on Me stands shoulder to shoulder with the best and is in the running for dux. This is one about a tough-love educator. I remember talking to a principal of a low-socio-economic d…
 
The old paradigm for how to teach piano technique worked OK...ish. I mean, it got many of us through our studies and towards teaching. But how many other students dropped off because of aches, pains, injuries and inefficiencies? In this episode, we’ll look at how to teach technique effectively. And we won’t need any dry exercises.…
 
If you’re just getting started, your instinct might be to start to teach beginner piano students first. After all, they’re just at the start too so how hard could it be? Teaching beginner students actually requires great skill and care. In this article, we’ll take an overview of all the areas you need to consider.…
 
Here are 14 of the best lyric writing prompts to inspire your piano students to dive into songwriting with confidence. These are perfect to use when a student can’t find inspiration for their song-writing project.Av Nicola Cantan
 
Are you always looking for ways to improve how the day to day operations go in your classroom? Having effective routines and expectations in place makes a HUGE difference in your overall classroom management. These things also save you so much time throughout the day which allows you to maximize student learning time. If you’re feeling like your cl…
 
How do I get all of my students excited about writing? How do I even get myself excited to teach writing?! If you are one of the many teachers who dread writing time, you are not alone. Luckily, I have some incredible inspiration for you to take back to your classroom! Today I’m joined by my dear friend, Jamie Sears. Jamie is offering her guidance …
 
Building a strong classroom community is such an essential part of your classroom management. When your kiddos feel valued and recognized, they will shine in your classroom and during other parts of the school day such as specials, lunch, and recess. Today I’m sharing two of my favorite easy to implement classroom management strategies that will gi…
 
Teaching‌ ‌songwriting‌ ‌to‌ ‌piano‌ ‌students‌ ‌can‌ ‌be‌ ‌hard‌ ‌when‌ ‌you’re‌ ‌not‌ ‌a‌ ‌master‌ songwriter‌ ‌yourself.‌ ‌This‌ ‌article‌ ‌will‌ ‌give‌ ‌you‌ ‌everything‌ ‌you‌ ‌need‌ ‌to‌ ‌guide‌ ‌your‌ students‌ ‌who‌ ‌want‌ ‌to‌ ‌become‌ ‌songwriters.‌Av Nicola Cantan
 
Games are one of my favorite ways to manage classroom behaviors and expectations. They are an easy way to keep things fun and engaging for you and your students! I love creating behavior management games so that you have low-prep ideas for your classroom. Today I’m joined by two classroom teachers, Lydia and Amy. Lydia is a third grade teacher and …
 
Happy end of the year! While the end of the year is so exciting, the days leading up to it can bring on a great deal of stress and overwhelm. Final grades need to be put in, your classroom needs to be packed, and the list goes on and on. All you want to do is welcome summer and enjoy your much needed break, right? Even though it may seem counterint…
 
You’re almost there teachers! The end of the year is here. If you have completely run out of ways to keep your kiddos engaged, I have the perfect solution for you. Research projects! Research projects are my favorite way to end of the school year. Assigning research projects are the perfect way to review content learned throughout the year or intro…
 
Project management software can help to add structure to scattered to-do lists. Finding the right project management tool for your music studio can feel like a holy grail. But, as always, we’re here to help make it simple.Av Nicola Cantan
 
There are so many factors involved for a student to succeed in their music studies. Their parents, their teacher, their attitude and their grittiness all play a role. But one factor you might not have thought of is their lesson schedule – more specifically, their lesson day.Av Nicola Cantan
 
Do some of your students seem to throw their hands in the air at the first whiff of struggle and difficulty? What they need is grittiness. They need the determination and self-belief to keep going when things get hard.Av Nicola Cantan
 
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