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Four music teachers, all in their first five years of teaching, discuss current issues in music education; offer resources, tips, and tricks; and catalogue their growth and missteps made as young teachers.

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Excellent resource for music educators

So if you have ever wanted an ESPN analysis show, but for Music Educators, this podcast is for you. It's a real and honest conversation of trials and triumphs in choir and band classrooms. It feels like you are there having coffee with the four hosts and hearing about how their week of teaching went. If you are a band, choir, orchestra or marching band teacher you will often find your self nodding along thinking "yep, parent emails can be a nightmare" or "yep, I also have Basses in the back row that won't shut up!" In addition to being relatable, they also share really good ideas and techniques with each other that are immediately applicable in our own programs. They cover a wide variety of topics from teaching methods, field trips, concert preparation, parent communication, class bonding, yearly planning, rehearsal planning and more!

Excellent perspective from music teachers!

This provides a wonderful and REAL perspective from current teachers in the field. Thank you for sharing with our MusEd students!

My new favorite podcast!

I’m glad I finally found this podcast. The discussions are relatable and insightful. It’s a great listen for any music teacher!

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