Tips for Success brought to you by the Music Achievement Council (MAC) help answer a range of questions

“There are opportunities all the time to talk about a pedagogical experience that were having, a relationship to history or literature or culture or language,” said Ostwold. “So many times the eyebrows raise and the jaws drop with ‘I had no idea this was going on.’”

Tips for Success brought to you by the Music Achievement Council (MAC) help answer a range of questions, from how to prepare an instrument replacement plan to how to expand the learning power of music. In the video titled, Telling The Story: Advocating for Music, Ray Ostwald chats about how to get school administrators to support quality arts education.

Sound bites from the MAC video

“Looking at our repertoire as a textbook makes an academic connection to colleagues that isn’t always there.” – Ostwald

“A great opportunity is to bring faculty members into your music classroom.” – Ostwald

“Music is academic, it is structured.” – Ostwald

Tips for Success brought to you by the Music Achievement Council help answer a range of questions, from how to prepare an instrument replacement plan to how to expand the learning power of music. These tips are complemented by short videos.

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