In this podcast, I discuss what I learned at the OAKE 2022 Conference in Pittsburgh. Listen in iTunes, on Google Play Music, on Amazon, on TuneIn, or here:
Highlights of the Episode
2:26 Importance of Folk Song Research, context and Representation.
6:21 Helping Autistic Children in the Music Room
8:07 Backwards Design
10:02 Preparing Melodic Concepts
14:07 Google Slides
Links mentioned in the episode
Note: Some of these links are affiliate links.
- Joan Litman's website
- “First Steps in Global Music” by Karen Howard
- Alice Hammel, “Teaching Music to Students with Autism”
- Nyssa Brown's website
- Nyssa Brown's podcast
- Preparing for the Last Quarter of the Year, Episode 77
- Amy Abbott, “Little Leaves are Falling“
- Susan Brumfield, “First We Sing Book“
- “Getting Started with SeeSaw” blog post
- “SeeSaw Activities for Your Music Room” Blog post
- Rachel Tanenblatt's links
- Session proposal for the 2023 OAKE conference in Jacksonville
I love reading your blog posts so much! I’m wondering if your podcasts will ever be up on Spotify.
Hi Lindsey! Glad my blog and podcast are helpful. I’ll have to look into getting my podcast on Spotify!