A burst of energy for your commute! For future educators, those currently making music in any setting, or those wanting to see what really matters in the minds of music education professionals. *Show music originally written by Mr. Todd Monsell but adapted for this platform.**Show photography provided by Dr. Dan Biggerstaff.
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A live recording from the ACDA National Retreat for Children’s and Youth Community Choir Directors - this past weekend in Tuscan, AZ. Alex Gartner and I presented our first session with concepts directly from our upcoming book. The session was called... more
According to Music Educator and Advocacy Consultant, Dr. John Benham, regardless of your situation, there is always a solution and someone to help. His key recommendation and requirement: always keeping the student at the center of any discussion. In... more
What better time than the start of a new year than on some personal development! In this episode, speaker, trainer, facilitator, coach, and author/poet, Carrie Addington, shares the four skills of “Daring Facilitation” based on Brene Brown’s Daring L... more
I discovered this podcast about 2 months ago listening to Choralosophy. I just finished my final episode (long commute in LA traffic means lots of podcast time.) Thankfully I’m a Patreon member so I have that content to listen to next! more
I have been enjoying this podcast so much! Dr. Burch does such a great job of allowing her guests a lot of room to speak, and she recaps the big ideas as they happen. She has a great banter with the guest, but she keeps their dialogue, experience, and expertise centered. In her “The Dr. is In” episodes, we get to hear her point of view and experience centered. I have found her guest choices to cover different areas of musical relevance, as well as current educational trends and needs. Her energy... more
Dr. Emily Williams Birch and her guests are a wealth of knowledge and joy! The authenticity and heart in this podcast are second-to-none and you will always learn something from each episode! A wonderful resource!
This podcast is everything I could ask for as a choral music educator. The guests are knowledgeable and insightful, and there are always take-always to make your classroom better IMMEDIATELY. Also, I appreciate the many ways Dr. Burch brings help, guidance, and encouragement to us as her listeners and fellow music educators. She is kind, heartfelt, and all-round lovely. Seriously, an outstanding listen!!
What a fabulous wealth of encouragement and resources for music educators! Dr. Burch asks just the right questions of the interviewees and sums up the nuggets of choral wisdom in easy-to-remember sound bites. Thank you for providing this platform to learn from so many excellent choral educators and contributors, Dr. Burch!
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