“Music is the divine way to tell beautiful poetic things to the heart.”
Teaching music is complex and multi-faceted. In the classroom, teachers are not just passing along information, they are creating well-rounded, creative, imaginative human beings.
This not only requires great knowledge and expertise, but lots of energy and a willingness to give. Teachers are tasked with the duties of taking care of hundreds of students and themselves at the same time.
This can be an overwhelming and exhausting challenge. The good news is that there are skills to help maneuver this obstacle course, both for you and for your students.
Up to five graduate level credits are available for this course through the University of the Pacific’s Courses For Teachers Program. Details can be found here.