But think to yourself: what is it about singing, and singing with intention that is making a musical experience meaningful?  Do I simply use it as a standby just because? Or because of my intentions?

Anne Mileski

Today on The Anacrusic Podcast, I’m sharing about Active Music Making and how you can make it work for your classroom, even in the midst of pandemic teaching . I don’t know what I was expecting out of this year, but I do know this: the only constant is change. And so today on the podcast, I’m going to chat with you a little bit about all things change—how to stay focused when you literally have no idea what your teaching situation could look like tomorrow, how to plan the most meaningful musical experiences for your kids, and how to keep creating lessons that put active music making at the forefront no matter how you need to differentiate for distance learning and social distancing.

Here’s what I share in today’s episode:

(1) What Active Music Making is

(2) The 5 media you can use in your classroom (yes, even in pandemic times)

(3) The number one obstacle in your classroom (it starts with an S and ends with a PACE!)

Today’s episode of The Anacrusic Podcast is sponsored by my FREE guide, The Planning Playbook. Snag your copy here.


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