Friday, January 15, 2021
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Puppets to Program Review, teachers experience art at Berea Learnshops

More than 120 teachers attended this year’s Berea Festival of Learnshops where they made art, learned about program reviews and the new National Core Arts Standards.

Beginning band for a beginning teacher

By Amy Wallot amy.wallot@education.ky.gov This was not the first time I have visited Auburn Elementary School. In 2013, I visited the Logan County school after it...

VSA musicians’ competition accepting entries

Musicians with disabilities may apply for the VSA International Young Soloists Competition and the VSA Kentucky Young Soloists Program. The competition is open to soloists...

Music education surveys open to teachers, districts

Music teachers, school administrators and board members are invited to participate in the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation’s 2015 Best Communities for...

The sounds of summer

I live near a high school. Actually, right next to one. As the days led up to the beginning of the school year, I could hear the marching band practice while sitting on the porch. The music, muffled some by trees, has a peaceful sound, in a radio-on-in-the-background kind of way.

Music and movement

Music and movement are a natural combination. Bardstown Independent music teacher Lederrick Wesley pairs them seamlessly in his class.

WetlandsLIVE video contest

Teachers can win $1,000 for the classroom by entering the WetlandsLIVE video contest. Highlight a service learning project, art or music activity, field research, or...

Music software makes band practice ‘like playing a video game’

Warren County band teachers find a way to make playing scales cool.

Lively learning

Ron Clark teaching techniques hit the right notes with Covington Independent students.

Recordings go online via National Jukebox project

The Library of Congress has made available more than three million music and spoken-word recordings for online public streaming as part of a new...