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In order to accomplish our goal of simplified music education, I model learning through Bloom’s Taxonomy with one great exception. The entire process is inverted. First, the learner must create. It is in that creating that all understanding will originate from during the experiential process. This concept may have been created by Sam Wineberg and Jack Schneider in an Education Week article, “Inverted Bloom’s Taxonomy” (Wineburg & Schneider, 2009), where they called for all of the Bloom’s Taxonomy posters hanging in classrooms to be turned upside down. After I began disseminating this theory of simplified music education it began to spread. Sadly,...
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Music education can create communities within school districts. This is an invaluable fact we should all embrace. But it begins with communities of music teachers working together. Teaching cohorts provide the professional support needed to identify and share best practices while empowering music educators with a feeling of community and security. It’s within these cohorts that teachers can identify needs, address budgeting concerns and band together for change creating an overall more positive experience. Our community provides inspirations for the individual music teacher to defend, advocate and secure their position, all of the information is exponentially more powerful when executed as...
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