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Afternoon Ti

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Jessica Grant

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Afternoon Ti is a podcast for music educators. You'll hear about music education approaches, teacher lifestyle and find classroom ideas to make your teaching life better.

Latest Episodes

Drumming Within the Orff Approach

I love how engaging drumming is for all students. Incorporating the 'say' and 'play' parts of the Orff Approach while teaching drumming can make it really effective. Speech is a huge part of helping students play rhythmically. In this episode I'm sharing three lesson ideas for using speech to guide students in learning drum pieces. The three pieces are: 1 - Apple Tree 2 - Galloping Round the Track 3 - Ti-Tika Drum

22 MIN5 d ago
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Drumming Within the Orff Approach

Marimba Ensembles with Walt Hampton

Many of Walt’s pieces are my students' favorites (and mine too). I’m thrilled that he’s here to share about marimba ensembles, process in teaching pieces, and improvisation. We also talk about what to consider when arranging pop music pieces for marimba ensembles.

50 MIN1 w ago
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Marimba Ensembles with Walt Hampton

Music Learning Theory with Dr. Kathy Liperote

In this episode Dr. Kathy Liperote shares an overview of Music Learning Theory (MLT) including information about the importance of audiation, how tonal and rhythmic patterns guide students to understanding music through neutral syllables and solfege - both tonally and rhythmic, and perceiving and performing macro and micro beats. It is near impossible to explain the full extent of any approach so this is a representation of some of the elements found within MLT.

45 MIN2 w ago
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Music Learning Theory with Dr. Kathy Liperote

Adaptive Music Education with Kelly Surette

"Music is a tool that can elevate everyone, no matter what their disability, to their highest level of self-expression" - Kelly Surette In this episode Kelly Surette shares about adaptive music education - what it is and is not, how we can facilitate learning for students with disabilities, and what parents and educators can do to support the musical learning of students with special needs.

50 MIN3 w ago
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Adaptive Music Education with Kelly Surette

Using Podcasting and Online Sites to Support Teacher and Student Learning

Do you want to create a podcast to share your passion for teaching with other educators? Do you want to guide students in creating podcasts in the classroom? And do you want a way for students to demonstrate their learning through a website or blog? I'm sharing how you can take the first steps to curating content you love and helping students show their learning in a fun, creative way.

33 MINJAN 14
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Using Podcasting and Online Sites to Support Teacher and Student Learning

Setting (or Resetting) the Tone of Your Classroom for the New Year

I'm sharing three things you can do to set - or reset - the tone of your classroom for the new year. We are the difference makers in our classroom and ultimately the tone of our room is as a result of us. Here's to starting off the new year well!

17 MINJAN 7
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Setting (or Resetting) the Tone of Your Classroom for the New Year

Yearly Goals: Reviewing 2019 and Setting 2020

I love setting and working towards goals. In this episode I'm focusing on the four goals that were difference makers in 2019 (despite whether I achieved them or not) and the four goals that I'm excited about working towards in 2020. Listen in at the end of the episode for a giveaway and how you can win! For a full list of all my goals for last year and this year, check out the blog at: https://afternoonti.blogspot.com!

22 MINJAN 2
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Yearly Goals: Reviewing 2019 and Setting 2020

Highlights From Your Favorite 2019 Episodes

I'm sharing highlights from a few of your favorite episodes from 2019! Hoping you find a few new episodes to go back and listen to as well as a few favorites that you want to listen to again. Topics include part-singing, composition, Kodály, Orff, Songworks, and teacher health.

43 MIN2019 DEC 31
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Highlights From Your Favorite 2019 Episodes

Sunday Sip: Here's to More

The final Sunday Sip episode of 2019! As you head into the New Year, you'll be encouraged to fill in the blank: here's to more ______. I share how creating this podcast helped me grow and why going after what you desire to do is worth it.

7 MIN2019 DEC 30
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Sunday Sip: Here's to More

The Christmas Story

It is Christmas Eve in 2019. My youngest daughter and I are reading The Christmas Story from Matthew and Luke - portions of chapters 1 and 2 from each book. I also share some insights about what exactly the 'inn' and the manger could have been, what swaddling clothes likely were, the significance behind the shepherds coming to see Jesus, and the symbolism in the gifts from the Magi. Wherever you find yourself this Christmas I hope that you will consider the story of Jesus and who He is.

21 MIN2019 DEC 25
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The Christmas Story

Latest Episodes

Drumming Within the Orff Approach

I love how engaging drumming is for all students. Incorporating the 'say' and 'play' parts of the Orff Approach while teaching drumming can make it really effective. Speech is a huge part of helping students play rhythmically. In this episode I'm sharing three lesson ideas for using speech to guide students in learning drum pieces. The three pieces are: 1 - Apple Tree 2 - Galloping Round the Track 3 - Ti-Tika Drum

22 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Drumming Within the Orff Approach

Marimba Ensembles with Walt Hampton

Many of Walt’s pieces are my students' favorites (and mine too). I’m thrilled that he’s here to share about marimba ensembles, process in teaching pieces, and improvisation. We also talk about what to consider when arranging pop music pieces for marimba ensembles.

50 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Marimba Ensembles with Walt Hampton

Music Learning Theory with Dr. Kathy Liperote

In this episode Dr. Kathy Liperote shares an overview of Music Learning Theory (MLT) including information about the importance of audiation, how tonal and rhythmic patterns guide students to understanding music through neutral syllables and solfege - both tonally and rhythmic, and perceiving and performing macro and micro beats. It is near impossible to explain the full extent of any approach so this is a representation of some of the elements found within MLT.

45 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Music Learning Theory with Dr. Kathy Liperote

Adaptive Music Education with Kelly Surette

"Music is a tool that can elevate everyone, no matter what their disability, to their highest level of self-expression" - Kelly Surette In this episode Kelly Surette shares about adaptive music education - what it is and is not, how we can facilitate learning for students with disabilities, and what parents and educators can do to support the musical learning of students with special needs.

50 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Adaptive Music Education with Kelly Surette

Using Podcasting and Online Sites to Support Teacher and Student Learning

Do you want to create a podcast to share your passion for teaching with other educators? Do you want to guide students in creating podcasts in the classroom? And do you want a way for students to demonstrate their learning through a website or blog? I'm sharing how you can take the first steps to curating content you love and helping students show their learning in a fun, creative way.

33 MINJAN 14
Comments
Using Podcasting and Online Sites to Support Teacher and Student Learning

Setting (or Resetting) the Tone of Your Classroom for the New Year

I'm sharing three things you can do to set - or reset - the tone of your classroom for the new year. We are the difference makers in our classroom and ultimately the tone of our room is as a result of us. Here's to starting off the new year well!

17 MINJAN 7
Comments
Setting (or Resetting) the Tone of Your Classroom for the New Year

Yearly Goals: Reviewing 2019 and Setting 2020

I love setting and working towards goals. In this episode I'm focusing on the four goals that were difference makers in 2019 (despite whether I achieved them or not) and the four goals that I'm excited about working towards in 2020. Listen in at the end of the episode for a giveaway and how you can win! For a full list of all my goals for last year and this year, check out the blog at: https://afternoonti.blogspot.com!

22 MINJAN 2
Comments
Yearly Goals: Reviewing 2019 and Setting 2020

Highlights From Your Favorite 2019 Episodes

I'm sharing highlights from a few of your favorite episodes from 2019! Hoping you find a few new episodes to go back and listen to as well as a few favorites that you want to listen to again. Topics include part-singing, composition, Kodály, Orff, Songworks, and teacher health.

43 MIN2019 DEC 31
Comments
Highlights From Your Favorite 2019 Episodes

Sunday Sip: Here's to More

The final Sunday Sip episode of 2019! As you head into the New Year, you'll be encouraged to fill in the blank: here's to more ______. I share how creating this podcast helped me grow and why going after what you desire to do is worth it.

7 MIN2019 DEC 30
Comments
Sunday Sip: Here's to More

The Christmas Story

It is Christmas Eve in 2019. My youngest daughter and I are reading The Christmas Story from Matthew and Luke - portions of chapters 1 and 2 from each book. I also share some insights about what exactly the 'inn' and the manger could have been, what swaddling clothes likely were, the significance behind the shepherds coming to see Jesus, and the symbolism in the gifts from the Magi. Wherever you find yourself this Christmas I hope that you will consider the story of Jesus and who He is.

21 MIN2019 DEC 25
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The Christmas Story
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