Do you have questions about music teaching?
Practicing? Parents? Communication? Performance?
Are you looking for inspiration?
Then be sure to attend free Idea of the Month webinars.
You'll hear the latest ideas and inspiration from the Teach Music 21C desk and
have the opportunity to pose your own questions.
The next Idea of the Month webinar takes place Thursday October 19
10:000-11:00 a.m. Mountain Standard Time (Calgary, Alberta).
Sign up for this interactive workshop and submit your questions.
Hope to see you there!
Testimonial from Katherine: "I absolutely love Idea of the Month. Every time I come away more inspired and better equipped to support my students' musical journeys."
TM21C Certification is a formal four-module program that
equips todays music teachers with 21st century teaching tools.
TM21C Certification tackles the perennial concerns of today's music teachers:
How do we get students to practice? What can be done to ensure student retention?
How do we create a safe and supportive teaching environment?
What can teachers do to keep students engaged?
TM21C Certification champions Real Life Students.
TM21C Certification promotes 21st Century Teaching Tools
TM21C Certification sheds light on Proactive Solutions.
The next TM21C Certification program begins October 2.
Testimonial from Laurence: "Teach Music 21C Certification is a long awaited breath of fresh air. It is exactly what I needed for my music studio. Students have loved absolutely everything I have tried from this course. I highly recommend TM21C Certification to all teachers!"
Please visit our extensive library of podcasts, video presentations, and articles.
We're just getting started and hope you'll be among the first to Join the Teach Music 21C community. Once you've completed TM21C Certification, we'll connect you with other forward-thinking music teachers in our unique Peer Quads. These informal and meaningful discussion groups will meet online regularly throughout each month, providing opportunity for TM21C members to get and give practical advice and support. Peer Quads bring together music teachers from different geographic areas and create space for discussions with less and more experienced colleagues. A marvellous way to build community.