"Think Divergent: Improv in the Classroom" produced by Jake Cassman @jakecassman www.jakecassman.com - Jake Cassman discusses what can be learned from improv comedy when teaching songwriting and musical creativity.
Behind the Song: Songwriting as a Positive Practice in the Classroom
“Behind the Song: Songwriting as a Positive Practice in the Classroom” produced by Courtney Fortune @courtneyfortunemusic @songmakersessions – Courtney Fortune takes us behind the scenes of her songwriting class at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts.
Popular Music in the Classroom
“Popular Music In the Classroom” produced by Julio Sequeira – Julio Sequeira, an experienced classroom music educator, looks at different approaches for including popular music in the k-12 environment.
Strings and Popular Music
“Strings and Popular Music” produced by Jorge Padron @jl_padron – Jorge Padron, an experienced school orchestra teacher, discusses the potential of strings in popular music teaching and learning.
Goin' Down to the Crossroads: at the juncture of formal and informal teaching and learning in popular music
"Goin' Down to the Crossroads: at the juncture of formal and informal teaching and learning in popular music" produced by Doug Mattingly @dougmattingly www.dougmattingly.com – Doug Mattingly focuses on popular music teaching and learning at the college level in 2-year and 4-year settings. Doug’s LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/dougmattingly/