Music Ed Monday – Kick Your A– Then Bake A Cake

The original Sailor Moon cartoon came out in Canada when I was 12 years old and it changed my life – more as an adult than a child. I didn’t realize how revolutionary Sailor Moon was at the time when it aired.  I got into anime through finding this channel on our satellite dish (which was probably not really for kids, let’s be honest) and it showed … Continue reading Music Ed Monday – Kick Your A– Then Bake A Cake

Music Ed Monday – Little one, what do you choose to be when you grow up?

At the beginning of this year, we had a PD session on character development which really changed the way that think about teaching.  It didn’t change it in a philosophical way, but more in a practical and pragmatic way.  It’s good that you want to make kids more successful and happier people, but how do you actually do it in a classroom day to day? … Continue reading Music Ed Monday – Little one, what do you choose to be when you grow up?

Music Ed Monday – The Rollerskating Girl

Wow, October already, eh? What a wild start up.  For teachers and/or students reading this, I hope it’s been grand and the machine is running full steam ahead! We had a wonderful PD session on Friday.  Actually, “wonderful” doesn’t quite cut it – it was earth-shattering.  I barely slept all weekend because I couldn’t keep my mind out of it. The speaker’s name is Debbie … Continue reading Music Ed Monday – The Rollerskating Girl