It’s that time again! Welcome to the November 1, 2010 edition of music education blog carnival. This edition features some of the top posts in the Music Education blogosphere from the month of October. Special thanks, as always, go to Dr. Joseph Pisano of MusTech.net for founding/overseeing the monthly Music Education Blog Carnival!
This carnival is a bit thin, understandably so; many teachers are in the thick of their semesters right now. Don’t forget, however, that submissions for the Blog Carnival are always open! Read to the bottom of this post to find out more information about the December edition! Now, without further adieu, enjoy!
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Thomas J. West presents Thomas J. West Music Blog – Thomas J. West Music posted at Thomas J. West Music, saying, “I firmly believe that we will never stop substance abuse and that education efforts help children make better decisions, but ultimately it is up to them. The answer to this issue, I believe, is to guide students to activites and persuits that allow them to experience creativity in a constructive way that allows them to feel fulfilled and helps them build a positive sense of identity.”
Natalie Wickham presents YouTube Performance Evaluation Free Worksheet! posted at Music Matters Blog, saying, “With so many students utilizing YouTube to listen to repertoire pieces and observe performances, this free YouTube Evaluation worksheet provides a simple way to encourage them to listen intentionally and make observations that will improve their own playing.
Thomas J. West presents Thomas J. West Music Blog – Thomas J. West Music posted at Thomas J. West Music, saying, “With the recent news article about the college student who committed suicide because his roommate broadcast his intimate moments in their dorm room on the internet with a remotely controlled web camera, I felt compelled to post a short article about protecting your reputation online. I see so many of our young people not understanding that even the careless things that they say online as a middle school or high school student (or college student, or adult) can affect their chances of being hired for a job or worse.
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