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10 Truths Learned as a First-Year Novice University Professor

May 11, 2015
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As of the publishing of this post, I have submitted my grades for the spring 2015 term, thus ending my first year as a full-fledged university professor.
I’ve come to view my transition into professor-ship this year a bit like what it means to become a parent or be a PhD student. No one can really […]

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Making Music Education Successful for the Exceptional Student

August 9, 2012
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I am the only music therapist in my small(-ish) town of 18,000. The music community here is fairly tight-knit, so when a music teacher is facing a year of working with students with IEPs (Individualized Education Plan, if you’re curious), he/she will likely reach out to me.
This happened about a month ago. A friend of […]

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Will These Songs Help You?

October 5, 2009

I have two items to address in today’s post. They are completely and totally unrelated.
Music Therapy Conference Tweetup
Wait…a tweetup? What’s that?
I will post a video this week that defines a tweetup and how it relates to our upcoming national music therapy conference.

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