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Multiple Intelligence: Music in the Classroom. I love to incorporate music in the classroom. It connects students to learning in different ways.

Multiple Intelligence: Music in the Classroom

Awesome way to use all of the multiple learning intelligences. Incorporating music in classroom lessons is a great learning technique for student learning.

Fourth and Ten: Bright Idea: Managing Transitions With Music

Managing Transitions With Music- I LOVE the idea of having a preset ppt and just clicking on it to play at the right time.

SO many great resources here on this ES teacher's site. Fun stories to bring together multiplication facts and literacy, videos to use music to teach math, and more science and math resources!

fun math poems for elementary school math! Also math poetry, math music videos, math songs, math problems, and math stories.

Multiple Intelligence Approach:  Syllables - tips for adding music to your centers.  Plus other multiple intelligence ideas.  Paid

Multiple Intelligence Approach: Syllables

Multiple Intelligence Approach: Syllables - tips for adding music to your centers. Plus other multiple intelligence ideas.

A HUGE list of Pandora stations you can use in the classroom. From classical to current hits, you can be assured that your students will be listening to school appropriate music.

Pandora in the Classroom - Hippo Hooray for Second Grade! See on Scoop.it - Education Matters - (tech and non-tech) KB…Konnected’s insight:Angela shares how she uses Pandora in the.

Learner Profiles: Multiple Intelligences and Learning Style

Learner Profiles: Multiple Intelligences and Learning Styles

This chart is cute. It puts the (MI) in similar terms. Can be useful for teaching children about the (MI).

This is a great resource for music that can be used in the classroom.  This contains a database of over 3,000 songs for use in the classroom.

This is a great resource for music that can be used in the classroom. This contains a database of over songs for use in the classroom. Classroom Methods and Resources

Use Popular Music to Improve Reading and Inspire Writing. Over the years, I’ve discovered that one way to engage almost every student, even those who are reluctant readers and writers, is through song. This week I’ll share with you some of the ways I use music to inspire, motivate, and teach reading and writing (along with life skills!) in my classroom.

Music can be the tool that ignites a Songs as poetry! spark in your reluctant readers or inspires a budding writer. Learn ways to incorporate well-known songs into your reading and writing programs.

Differentiation through Multiple Intelligences - great ideas to use in your classroom right now!

10 Questioning Strategies to Differentiate Instruction

Instead of yelling- hand a stop sign. My class wouldn't need the words (since most can't read)

Instead of yelling- hand a stop sign. My class wouldn't need the words (since most can't read)

A HUGE list of Pandora stations you can use in the classroom. From classical to current hits, you can be assured that your students will be listening to school appropriate music.

Do you use Pandora in your classroom? In case you don't know what Pandora is, it's a free site that lets you stream music. You do need to create an account though, and the free account does have some inconveniences: it only plays for one hour and then.

Multiple Intelligences Center

I love the idea of having a multiple intelligences center open for students. This kind of center could help you integrate your character education into daily activities. This allows students choice based on what they feel they do best.

Looking for ways to incorporate music in the classroom? This post is full of great ideas for songs, playlists, and ways to integrate music into your daily teaching routines. Whether to help with classroom management and transitions, or just for fun, this has you covered!

Music in the Clasroom: Pump up the Jams

Looking for ways to incorporate music in the classroom? This post is full of great ideas for songs, playlists, and ways to integrate music into your daily teaching routines. Whether to help with classroom management and transitions, or just for fun, this