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Connecting and supporting educators through innovation and resources.


Inspire and equip all learners to discover their voice and unlimited potential


The district will recruit, develop, and retain highly-qualified faculty, staff, and leadership
who possess the skills to support students in academic, personal, and social growth.


The district will provide all students with access to a technology-enhanced
curricular and instructional program. Students will be able to demonstrate their
understanding of responsible and appropriate use of various tools and platforms.

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Newest Resources

Explore the newest resources below and find content tailored to help you advance sustainability in your department.

Fiddling, Folk and Improvisation Sessions from ASTA National Conference

At the 2020 ASTA National Conference, I attended several sessions on fiddle, folk and improvisation.  Fiddle tunes are excellent tools for teaching ear training, intonation, style, bow technique, memorization, and[…]

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Synopsis of Many Sessions from ASTA Conference Related to Directing an Ensemble

At the ASTA (American Strings Teachers Association) National Conference, March, 2020, I attended many interesting sessions.  Below are key points of interest to music directors from some sessions. “Full Contributor[…]

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Motivation, Modeling and Games in the Middle School Orchestra

Three sessions I attended at the ASTA Conference, Orlando, March, 2020, focused on motivating middle school orchestra students and including modeling and  games in the orchestra classroom.  (“101 Tips and[…]

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APP-Solutely Fabulous Apps to Enrich your Teaching (Music)

American String Teachers Association National Conference Orlando, FL, Mar. 2020 presented by Erin Broadhurst, Hilliard City School District This informative session seemed particularly timely considering the use of iPads at[…]

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Looking Past the Grade: Emphasizing Feedback in String Assessment

Presented at American String Teachers Association National Conference Orlando, FL, March, 2020 by Tim Nowak, East Carolina University and Scott Glasser, Arizona State University Too often, students look straight to[…]

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ASTA Session – “Help! My Students Don’t Play in Tune!”

One of my favorite sessions at ASTA 2020 was entitled “Help! My Students Don’t Play in Tune,” by Margaret Schmidt (Arizona State University) which of course piqued my interest. We’re[…]

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“I Don’t Have Time for Score Study!” – Score Study

This clinic was presented at the 2020 MMEA convention by Dr. Christopher Kelts of Missouri State University.  Within the clinic, Dr. Kelts offered visual and verbal examples of how he[…]

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MMEA Theory/Ear Training In Rehearsal Session

At this year’s annual Missouri Music Educators Association (MMEA) conference, I attended many sessions relating to secondary vocal music. One session that I found particularly meaningful was James Henry’s session[…]

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Using Art as Inspiration for Movement

  Wiggles. We all have them and need to move frequently. How can we translate those wiggles into a language of expression? This November, I attended the 2019 American Orff-Schulwerk[…]

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Movement Exploration for primary grades

I attended AOSA National Conference in November 2019.  While there, I attended a session about movement in primary grades, specifically focused on pre-K and K.  Most of the activities I[…]

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