045: A Teacher’s Summer Playlist: The Final Note… 3 Lessons Every Teacher Must Learn

Welcome to Episode 45 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast.  In this final episode of this Summer Playlist Series, I am going to talk about 3 Lessons every teacher must learn that we can take from music.

Music is powerful and there are so many truths found within it. As teachers, it is crucial that we live out what we hear.

Music, it is what we listen to to be inspired, motivated or even sometimes to relax.  It is something we always remember, and sometimes it is something that just gets stuck in our head.  The fact is, music fills our lives with emotion and without it our world would ultimately miss a beat.

Today I want to leave the series on a high note and talk about 3 lessons we can take from music, that every teacher must learn, in order to be the most successful teacher they can be.

Lesson Number One: Remember the Starving Artist Inside

Lesson Number Two: Learn to Harmonize

Lesson Number Three: Every Student Needs a Conductor

Whether you are a classroom teacher, an administrator, or in some other area of education, I want to encourage you to head into this year embracing the power of music. Remember these three lessons as you approach those in front of you day in and day out.

Listen to today’s episode and take a minute to delve into these lessons a little deeper.


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