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Episode 8 - Edwina Lucero

https://chatwithteachers.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/edwinalucerofinal.mp3

“I see them survive through the inherit grit that they bring every day with them to the classroom – a skill I don’t need to teach them.” 396 more words

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Punks in the Classroom

As somebody who identifies and connects within the wider world as a punk, both with the lifestyle along with aligning my ideological and ethical views with the left both politically and morally, inevitably it is only going to be brought into my view of what education should be and how I act within the classroom and the way I communicate with my students and colleagues as “what we teach and how we teach it are inextricably linked and very much dependent on one another.” (Weimer, 2015) But as an educator that is striving for the betterment of education and the level of education they can provide, I question whether my own outlook is detrimental to the education of pupils and does it really have a place in the classroom? 1,071 more words

Music

Out of the Wild |Elementary Music Sub Plans

Music teachers have it tough when it comes to preparing for a sub. Like all teachers, you want your students to keep learning while you’re away. 435 more words

3rd Grade

So much to do, so little time

Some days I wish I have less than 24 hours but these days I wish there was more.

The new purposes I find in life late just isn’t forgiving when there’s just only 24 hours. 255 more words

Music

Oakland Entrepreneurs Bring Needed Arts & Music Education To Students

by Sharon Chin and Jennifer Mistrot

OAKLAND (KPIX 5) — When two friends learned that many Oakland public schools had little to no music and arts education, they teamed up to bring the joy of music and arts to thousands of students. 251 more words

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Musicians have faster reaction times

A study, published in the journal Brain and Cognition, finds that trained musicians have faster reaction times than their non-musical peers. The study was conducted at the Université de Montréal’s School of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology. 22 more words

Music Education