On January 21st 2019 Michelle Rose Schneller was in Helena, Mississippi and was attempting to travel to Mobile Alabama but was never heard from again. Michelle's mother Betty Ross pleas for help trying to get answers regarding her daughter disappearance.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepursuit/support
Michelle takes us on a journey of her history, from setting up a Buddhist temple in Australia to guiding Women’s Circles in Shrewsbury. (Apologies there was a tech delay that makes me sound like I talk over Chelle on a number of occasions 🤦🏻♀️)
Michelle Rose Gilman founded Fusion Academy and Learning Center, a private, alternative one-to-one school. Fusion students did not fit into the one-size-fits-all model of traditional education. The school started humbly 30 years ago, within her San Diego garage.It has grown to over 60 campuses across the country. Fusion is now a leader in the education industry with over $300 million in annual revenues. Michelle has written 8 books and has been awarded numerous honors for her achievements. Most recently, she was recognized by the 2019 San Diego Women Who Mean Business Awards, and has placed on Inc. Magazine’s 500 Fastest Growing Companies 4 years in a row. Michelle is also a regular blogger for the Huffington Post, and sits on the Board of Advisors for the non-profits The Fusion Scholarship Foundation, The Ambition Program and Rock to Recovery (championed by Wes Geer, former guitarist for the band Korn).She is a lifelong artist and owns Featherpunkstudio.com. Michelle currently coaches women and men in business through her private practice The Well-Heeled Warrior. Along with her husband, Peter Mikulecky, Michelle's most recent book, The Wanderlust Warrior Project, an empowerment project for women, was released in September 2019. Listen in as Michelle share her journey of entrepreneurship, starting with Fusion Academy and Learning Center to currently coaching woman to success. She answers questions about starting her business, fighting the fear factor, and how she defines success.
This week on The Anacrusic Podcast, I’m talking with my good friend and virtual music teaching expert, Michelle Rose. Michelle has been playing this virtual music teacher game since before the rest of the world took the plunge. She has tons of advice for music teachers who are navigating this new-to-us space, and I know you’ll gain so much from this episode, whether you’re teaching in real life, virtually, or in another form of music teaching delivery.Three things you’ll learn from Michelle on today’s episode: Why you should only focus on one new thing at a time, especially with tech Creating boundaries between work and personal life when you’re teaching from home Trusting your musicianship, no matter how you’re being asked to teach Click here to follow Michelle on Instagram —> http://instagram.com/the_musical_roseClick here to snag Michelle’s new book —> https://fflat-books.com/product/teaching-music-online-a-comprehensive-guide-for-k-12-music-educators/Other resources mentioned in today’s episode: https://nearpod.com/https://info.flipgrid.com/smartmusic.comhttps://www.soundtrap.com/Today's episode of The Anacrusic Podcast is sponsored by my FREE Music Teacher 5 Day Challenge, Power Up Your Lesson Planning. Click here to sign up and be the first to know when the doors are open. For today's full episode notes, click here. To chat with other music teachers and share Ideas and strategies for all things #musicteacherlife, join the Anacrusic Insiders Community here.
113- Teaching music virtually and self care with Michelle Rose
The Elementary Music Teacher Podcast: Music Education
Teaching music virtually is something you may have never thought you would be doing. It's a learning curve and comes with it's own unique challenges, especially if it's out of your comfort zone. With COVID-19, so many teachers became virtual teachers all of a sudden. I asked my friend Michelle Rose to come on the podcast to talk about her experience with virtual teaching so that you can get the help and guidance you need to help you move forward this school year. She also talks about self care and offers a unique perspective that I know you'll get a lot from. Michelle Rose teaches middle & high school music at North Carolina Virtual Academy. She also directs the after school virtual band and choir. Michelle holds a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education and Performance (flute) from Elon University and is currently pursuing a Master's in Music Education from The University of North Carolina, Greensboro. She is a teacher-author and blogger at themusicalrose.com. Michelle has been a presenter at several conferences and has been a guest speaker for pre-service music teachers at colleges across the country. In her free time, she enjoys baking, sewing, and going on walks with her dog Tovy (short for Beethoven). You can connect with her on Instagram @the_musical_rose or through her website themusicalrose.com Links mentioned in the episode: How to create a virtual ensemble using SmartMusic and GarageBand: https://youtu.be/LKcDXTubAiM How to play Doggie, Doggie via Zoom for elementary music teachers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVOWmfex2ME I'd love for you to leave a rating and a review of the podcast on I-tunes, be sure to share the podcast with any music teacher friends who would find it helpful and be sure to tag me on Instagram or Facebook.
125: Online Group Music Programs with Michelle Rose
Michelle Rose is a full time music teacher at a 100% virtual school in North Carolina. In this conversation, we discuss teaching music classes online and the nuances that come with online art education. Join the Online Expansion Masterclass - a free 5 day workshop right inside the Expand Online Community on Facebook Topics include: What an online school is and how to teach the arts online. What the classroom looks and feels like. How to run choir and group practices online. Microphones & supplies. Live and Pre-Recorded content. Tools mentioned: Soundtrap Smartmusic Zoom Nearpod Playposit Michelle Rose teaches middle and high school general music and directs the extracurricular virtual band/orchestra and choir at North Carolina Virtual Academy. She is also the director of the International Music Education Summit Virtual Honor Band. Michelle holds a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education and Performance (flute) from Elon University and is currently pursuing a Master's in Music Education from The University of North Carolina Greensboro. She is a teacher-author and blogger at themusicalrose.com. Michelle has been a presenter at several conferences and has been a guest speaker for pre-service music teachers at colleges across the country. In her free time, she enjoys baking, sewing, and going on walks with her dog Tovy (short for Beethoven). Connect with Jaime Download the Expand Online Getting Started Guide Instagram: @jaimeslutzky Facebook: @yourbiztech The Expand Online Community on Facebook Email: email@example.com Contact Page: https://techofbusiness.com/contact/ Connect with Michelle Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_musical_rose/ Website: https://themusicalrose.com