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Teacher Spotlight: Keith Pender, Baltimore School

This post is part of our Edmodo Spotlight series which highlights Edmodo teachers, schools and districts. If you are interested in being featured, please complete this form. Keith Pender is a K-12 Music teacher at the Baltimore School Complex in Ferryland, Canada. Assisting Students Beyond the Classroom Edmodo provides a virtual classroom environment that enables the teacher to help […]

Teacher Stories - Posted on Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

Women’s History Month: Nadia Boulanger, Composing Comprehension

While honoring the contributions of women throughout history, it’s important to note that March is also “Music in Our Schools” month. In recognition of both, we want to celebrate one woman’s commitment to getting students in tune with their own rhythm. Born into four generations of the French Conservatory, Nadia Boulanger was the first woman […]

General - Posted on Thursday, March 27th, 2014

Composing Ways for Students to Creatively Write to Your Beat

On the first day of school, I give my students a pep talk. My goals for the year are laid out. I tell them I expect them to leave my class better writers and more careful readers. But beyond that, and more importantly to me, I want them to leave as better people. I want […]

Activities & TipsGeneralTeacher Stories - Posted on Thursday, September 4th, 2014

Mood Swings: Using Lyrics to Teach Contrasting Writing Concepts

Sometimes I can sneak up on my students like a metaphorical ninja and before they know it, I have dropped some literary terms into their brains. A throwing star of knowledge right in the face. Music is something that allows that to happen. They do not realize they are learning something as boring as literary […]

Activities & TipsGeneralTeacher Stories - Posted on Thursday, September 11th, 2014