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David Row: Music Ed Puppet Master | S01E04

Music Ed Amplified

Join Missy as she chats with David Row about their shared love for using puppets in the music program. Learn fun ways to utilize these wonderful teacher sidekicks in your classroom right away. It’s possible that you’ll have just as much fun (or even more) than your students! David Row loves teaching music to … Continue reading David Row: Music Ed Puppet Master | S01E04 →

1hr 10mins

7 Jan 2021

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56-David Row shares about Orff, centers, puppets, and books

The Elementary Music Teacher Podcast: Music Education

I'm so excited about today's episode with David Row.  We're discussing a little bit of everything pertaining to Orff, centers, puppets, and books.  His teaching style is just so much fun, and I loved talking with him about all the things and am so honored to have him on the podcast.  David Row loves teaching music to kids.  A Nebraska native and Midwesterner at heart, David now lives and teaches in the Cherokee County School District outside of Atlanta, GA.  He holds a Master's Degree in Music Education from the University of Missouri – Kansas City Conservatory, completed three levels and a master course in Orff Schulwerk training, and has extensive experience with critical thinking in the arts.  David is an active clinician and has presented workshops at state and local conventions across the country.  He loves sharing and networking with other educators and tries to actively engage the larger music education community through his podcast, social media, and with "Musical Monday" LIVE videos on Facebook where he shares his lessons for the week along with favorite resources, tips, and tricks.  On his blog, MakeMomentsMatter.org, David shares ideas about classroom content, management, lesson plans, critical thinking, and much more! You can find out more about David, including his podcast and resources at MakeMomentsMatter.org. 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. 


11 Jul 2019

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TAP 048: Transitioning to a New Campus with David Row

The Anacrusic Podcast

On today’s episode of The Anacrusic Podcast, I’m chatting with the fantastic David Row. If you don’t know David from his wonderful blog, podcast, or weekly facebook lives, you are in for a complete treat. Aside from being a terrific Orff-inspired pedagog, David is one of the friendliest people I have ever had the pleasure of interviewing on the podcast. Today, we talk candidly about what it’s really like moving to a new campus (something we’ve both done a TON of), and why you shouldn’t feel guilty about making the move. Check out more from David on his website here→ makemomentsmatter.org Check out the full show notes & resources mentioned inside this episode here—> https://anacrusic.com/podcast/48 Don’t forget to subscribe to this podcast so you NEVER miss an episode! To make sure you get all my inside tips and tricks, subscribe to the Anacrusic Newsletter by clicking here —> anacrusic.com/newsletter. You can also chat with your other music teacher besties and get exclusive content related to each episode inside of the #TAP Insiders Facebook Group. Join here —> facebook.com/groups/TAPinsiders/ The Anacrusic Podcast is a proud member of the Music Teacher Development Podcast Network. The MuTed network provides support in the form of audio on demand programming designed by and for music educators. You can find more information about our network at mutedpodcasts.com


16 May 2019

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088: Folk, Frameworks, and Fun, with David Row (Make Moments Matter)

Musicality Now

Today we’re joined by David Row of the Make Moments Matter website and podcast. David is an elementary music teacher in the US who specialises in the Orff method of music teaching. Orff is something we’ve mentioned a couple of times on the show before because it’s one of a few approaches that really puts musicality at the heart of music learning. And although these days it’s mostly used for early music education and David’s experience is predominantly with young children, we think you’ll find there’s plenty of interesting ideas here for the adult music learner too. In this conversation we talk about: • David’s two quite different experiences of learning music growing up, singing harmony in church and taking piano lessons, and what he learned from each • Why David chose to study the Orff approach to music education even though he had already qualified and started working as a school music teacher • The specific benefits of the Orff approach for children and for adults. We found this one really enlightening - so whether you’ve wondered about Orff or never heard of it before we hope you’ll enjoy it too. Subscribe For Future Episodes! Apple Podcasts | Android | Stitcher | RSS Full Show Notes and Transcript: Episode 088 Links and Resources • Make Moments Matter • Make Moments Matter podcast • Interview with Casey McCann • Interview with Jimmy Rotheram • Elementaria: First Acquaintance with Orff-Schulwerk, by Gunild Keetman • David’s blogpost on Rhythm Syllable Systems Enjoying the show? Please consider rating and reviewing it! Click here to rate and review


10 Jul 2018

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