What does a music teacher do? They teach classes, share their love of music with students, prepare lesson plans, develop curriculum, assess and evaluate students' progress, and share this information with parents, fellow teachers and school administrators. The Music Achievement Council has some practical ideas to help you become the best professional music educator you can, as well as realize the full potential in each of your students.
See some of their useful advice for music educators at all stages of their careers in this tip sheet, Focusing on the Classroom: A Checklist for Teachers.
Republished with permission of the Music Achievement Council. For more tips on keeping music strong in your schools, visit the site devoted to all things music advocacy: www.supportmusic.com.