July 12, 2021
The career path for a graduate with a Master’s in Music Education can vary from public schools and private schools, postsecondary schools, choir or ensemble directors to private instruction. Salary ranges vary depending not only on region, but also on the chosen area of instruction. The Berklee College of Music’s… Read more >
July 5, 2021
The great Chinese philosopher Confucius wrote “Music produces a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do without,” nearly 2,500 years ago. This truth remains; music is a life force that nurtures the human spirit, provides inspiration, and awakens creativity. Our lives would not be complete without music. Teaching is… Read more >
June 28, 2021
Music teachers have the unique opportunity to use their creativity both for their own music and to fan the flames of others’ talent. However, it can be difficult to find out how to become a music teacher and develop the skills that are essential for inspiring your students. This article… Read more >
June 21, 2021
If you grew up before the iPod was invented, you may remember the decline of cassette players and record players, the latter of which is currently experiencing increased popularity as more people turn to vinyl for a revival of sound quality and the tactile experience of music enjoyment. This infographic… Read more >
June 14, 2021
Teachers are change agents. They encourage, motivate and lead students to new paths of discovery. Whatever the subject, teachers make a profound impact on their students, and society as a whole. Music teachers have the added joy of fostering creative energy from their students and helping to nourish innate talents… Read more >
June 7, 2021
From humble beginnings as a fifth grade trombonist taking lessons in an elementary school instrumental music class taught in a boiler room to his current role as Professor, Area Head for Music Education, and Director of the online Master of Music in Music Education program at the University of Florida,… Read more >
May 20, 2021
Growing as a music educator means trying your hand at unfamiliar instruments and techniques, engaging with the cultures from which they come. Edwin Anderson, a Florida-based teacher, percussionist, and composer, embodies this spirit of exploration. He’s devoted much of his career to introducing musicians of all ages to the possibilities… Read more >
March 31, 2021
Some of our most vivid memories come from the music classroom. Remember the first time you picked up an instrument and got it to make a sound? It might not have been the right sound, but there’s nothing quite like that moment of realization: You have the ability to create… Read more >
February 28, 2019
The University of Florida will host the 7th International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education, March 19-22, 2019. The event brings together music educators from all levels of teaching, from elementary school to higher education, to explore the complex issue of assessment. Music educators have faced increased legislative and cultural… Read more >
August 14, 2017
Music instructor and clarinetist Michelle Lucia-Ingle’s research on using software applications to learn, teach and play clarinet has taken her from the University of Florida’s online Master’s in Music Education program to the Thompson Symposium at Penn State University to the pages of the International Clarinet Association’s journal The Clarinet—and… Read more >
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