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When a student with special needs becomes transitions into classes with the regular student population, there are many anxieties they bring with them that are often overlooked. One of the beautiful things about music education is that music class offers students a safe space to emotionally and physically enjoy the arts. This often gets lost in the speed of the school day but when I stop to think specifically about the positives, I think about how the student WITHOUT special needs is benefiting from these new peer-to-peer relationships. In her book "I Don't Want to Go!", Delores Connors is addressing those anxieties...
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One of my favorite capabilities of music is it’s power to transport you to a certain time and place. Do you ever listen to a song and you are immediately reminded of where you were and what you were doing while it was playing? Over the years you develop your very own soundtrack to your life. To this day, when I hear Sublime’s “What I Got,” I am taken back to my first car……a teal ’92 Hyndaui S’coupe that shot smoke out the back every time I turned the key in the ignition.  I can still smell it, still feel the...
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After 18 years in the music classroom, I have learned something important. Inclusion isn’t just a technique or a tactic; it’s an approach to a roomful of children that treats each one as important as the next. Yes, there are modifications and adaptations that must be made for special needs students, but doesn’t every student deserve to be assessed, have individualized learning goals written for them, and given individualized best-practices instruction to make sure that they understand the material being covered?... As music teachers, we are extremely lucky in this area. We can be the one class in a students’ day...
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