Edited by Scott N. Edgar, Foreword by Bob Morrison
Contributors: Jill Gagliardi, Elise Hackl, Meg Hickey, Mary Jensen, Jessica Kwasny, Andrew M. Ladendorf, Brandon Larsen, Sandra Lewis, Darlene Machacon, Rachel Manchur, Bobby Olson, Michael J. West, and William Winters
This book presents the inspiring stories and innovative ideas of a dozen music educators who are implementing SEL instruction in their general music, choir, band, and orchestra classrooms at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
This book showcases the inspiring stories and innovative ideas of music educators who are implementing Social Emotional Learning (SEL) instruction with intentionality in their classrooms at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
This pioneering book by Scott Edgar addresses how music educators can utilize Social Emotional Learning (SEL) to maximize learning in the choral, instrumental, and general music classroom at all levels, and at the same time support a student’s social and emotional growth.
This convenient workbook contains thirty practical and engaging activities for music educators implementing Social Emotional Learning (SEL) curriculum in their classrooms. Coordinates with Music Education and Social Emotional Learning.
This children’s book by Scott and Stephanie Edgar is the perfect way to expand emotional vocabulary while learning about what makes music emotional. Each letter of the alphabet has a beautifully illustrated emotion word and three pieces of music that could evoke that emotion. This leads to a classroom where listening, discussion, and respectful disagreement are explored.
This bundle includes three essential Social Emotional Learning resources from Scott Edgar at a discounted price. All must-have materials for music educators!
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