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Four music teachers discuss current issues in music education; offer resources, tips, and tricks; and catalogue their growth and missteps made as young teachers. Originally started with all in their first five years of teaching, see how they have grown now in their eighth season. We DeFinItElY kNoW wHaT wE'rE dOiNg.


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Sorry for ghosting everyone for a year. We're back, but we're not. This is the last episode of the podcast. Series Finale. We decided that the podcast and our listeners meant enough to us that we needed to put out one final episode to actually wrap i... more

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a year ago

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4.4 out of 5 stars from 41 ratings
  • One of the best

    One of the best music ed podcasts available. I love just hearing how a community of directors talks to each other and relates their experiences. I really hope this podcast returns in the future.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States7 months ago
  • No Mistake; all Win

    The only Mistake of the week would be to not listen. Make listening your ‘Win of the Week’.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago
  • Not a teacher (yet).

    I love this podcast. I’m currently a high school student involved in choir and band and I love music in general. I’m pursing a career in music education and I love hearing the real struggles, wins, and stories of these teachers. My favorite thing about this podcast is the lack of rigid topics and scripts. Most other podcasts seem too professional and scripted. But this podcast is a casual discussion with people who get each other. It’s refreshing, and hilarious. Keep it up!!

    Apple Podcasts
    Rylee (the choir nerd)
    United States4 years ago
  • Amused?

    Veronica may love the sound of her own voice more than music. There are some helpful and interesting bits, but they are all TOO OFTEN buried in extraneous ramblings.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 years ago
  • 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!

    Apple Podcasts
    Katie PPP
    United States5 years ago

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