MAKING KEY CHANGES

In Tune Monthly Magazine

Lori Schwartz Reichl has written the following articles that have been published for the teacher's edition of In Tune Monthly Magazine: The Young Musician's Textbook.

 

May 2020

"Ready, Set, . . . Grow! Reflection and Refreshment Are Necessary for the Future of Music Education"

 

April 2020

"A Personal and Professional Pivot: Make It Simple, Not Stressful"

 

March 2020

"First Comes Love, Then Comes Mastery: Connecting Socially, Emotionally, and Virtually As a Community"

 

February 2020

"A Prelude to Performance: Instructional Methods for Introducing a Musical Selection"

 

January 2020

"Vision 2020: Did We Make Key Changes?"

 

December 2019

"Preparation for Adjudication: Making a Checklist for Success"

 

November 2019

"Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Am I Providing Opportunities Reflecting All?

 

October 2019

"Advising Students on Majoring in Music: A Little Nudge Can Do Them Good"

"What College Admissions Officers Want"

 

May 2019

“An Individual Path: Thinking Out-side the Box When Making Career Changes”

 

April 2019

“Spring Forward: Recognize the Importance of Recruitment Presentations”

 

March 2019

“Speak the Language: Use Proper, Specific Musical Vocabulary in Your Daily Instruction”

 

February 2019

“Do You Hear What I Hear? Isolating and Attacking Musical Phrases for Accuracy"

 

January 2019

“Professionalism in Teaching: Treating the Pursuit of Excellence As a Daily Habit”

 

December 2018

“Friendship As Mentorship: Colleagues Can Be Your Best Resource Professionally & Personally”

 

November 2018

“Show Gratitude: Make Real Contact by Giving Thanks, and Meaning It”

 

October 2018

“Sharpen Your Vision: Envisioning and Articulating Your Program’s Future”

 

May 2018

“The Concert is Over: Now What?!”

 

April 2018

“Summer is Coming: Make a Musical Splash”

 

March 2018

“Live Life Rosie(r): Spread Love Everywhere You Go”

 

February 2018

“Make It Stick: Implement Rehearsal Routines”

 

January 2018

“Maintain Your Musicianship: Dust Off Your Instrument and Experience the Benefits”

 

December 2017

“Everyday Networking: Forget the Rules and Just Be You”

 

November 2017

“Get with the Program: It Can Be the Icing on a Concert’s Cake”

 

October 2017

“Meet the Parents: Encourage Positive Interaction Before Instruction”

 

May 2017

“Prepare for Next Year: Reflection, Excitement, and Initiation Must Start Now”

 

April 2017

“Embrace Your Uniqueness: Gaining Inspiration Without Plagiarizing”

 

March 2017

“Build It and They Will Come: Recruiting and Retaining Students”

 

February 2017

“Prepare to Be Judged: There Is No Greater Adjudicator Than Yourself”

 

January 2017

“Stronger Together: How to Get the Principal on Your Side”

 

December 2016

“The Power of Pause: How Storytelling Can Promote Rejuvenation in the Classroom”

 

November 2016

“Management Potential: A Purposeful and Passionate Plan for Managing the Music Classroom”

 

October 2016

“A Motto for Success: The Surprising Benefits of Music Classroom Sloganeering”