The impact of Covid-19 on teaching music continues to shed light on critical skills college music education majors need for their future careers.
College music education programs provide the skills you’ll need to be a music educator in a public school classroom.
Consider music conferences an essential component of your training and career. They offer students as well as seasoned musicians a wealth of professional opportunities.
Teaching music in inner-city schools can have positive and long-lasting benefits for students from low-income communities.
Popular music has been gaining recognition as an essential element of music education training.
Are music teacher job interviews somewhere on your horizon? If so, here are 7 suggestions for what you can do now while you are still in college and have access to great resources.
El Sistema is a global approach using music education to transform lives and bring about social change. In El Sistema-inspired programs, children as young as age 2 and living in impoverished and sometimes dangerous situations are offered intensive music training.
Prospective and current music education majors... you’ll be facing a very different job market than in the past. To be employable, you’ll be required to have a broader set of skills and be far more flexible in where and how you work. And it won’t work for you to wait until you’re ready to graduate to start looking for a job.
Insights from a couple who've been teaching music abroad for several years. Are you seeking a similar sense of adventure? A yearning to experience different cultures, to meet new people, and to see a different side of nature?
Overcoming the challenges of finding your first music teaching job requires patience, knowledge, and support. Some of the biggest hurdles include:
Being a teacher can easily seem incompatible with being an artist. If you're considering music education as a career, here are some thoughts and tips to help you live more abundantly in both worlds.