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The Orchestra Teacher Podcast, Episode 28 (LIVE) with David Eccles, 8/29/2021, 12:00 PM EST David F. Eccles is a native of Norfolk, Virginia and currently serves as Director of String Music Education and Orchestral Activities at VanderCook College of Music in Chicago, Illinois. He has held string education positions in Virginia and Florida. He is a…
 
A native Texan, Jennifer Wiggin received her Bachelors in Music degree in Viola Performance from Texas Christian University, and her Masters in Music degree in Viola Performance at Indiana University. She went on to obtain her Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in marketing from the University of Southern California. For the ne…
 
About our guest Nassar Edwards is the orchestra director at Langham Creek High School in Houston, TX. He has studied violin under Helen Kim, a Juilliard graduate and Kenn Wagner (Atlanta Symphony Orchestra). Nassar has been a violin clinician at various schools in the Cypress, TX area and in the metro-Atlanta area during his collegiate years. Nassa…
 
Author Sandy Goldie is the director of music education at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. Before moving to Richmond, Dr. Goldie taught string music education courses at the University of Florida, where she completed her Ph.D. and was awarded the David Wilmot Prize for Excellence in Music Education. She received her master’s …
 
Orchestra Teacher Podcast, Season 2, Episode 9 Krissi Davis is in her 16 thyear in education as the orchestra director at Grady High School in Atlanta Public Schools, where she is currently the 2020-21 Atlanta Public Schools Teacher of the Year. She previously taught at the middle and high school levels in Clayton and Fayette Counties. While in Cla…
 
Dr. Frank M. Diaz is Associate Professor of Music Education at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music where he teaches courses on instrumental music education and teacher wellness. Diaz is a highly sought out clinician and conductor for honors, community, secondary, and collegiate orchestras, and is a frequent presenter and adjudicator for c…
 
Brad discusses his use of technology in teaching during the pandemic, particularly his use of loops and Soundtrap.com. Brad Pfeil received a Bachelor of Music Education and Performance degree from the University of Michigan and Master of Music Education degree from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. He is currently an orchestra director at Neuqua …
 
Lisa (Hopko) Loucks is in her twenty-third year as Orchestra Director at Maitland Middle School in the Orange County Public Schools centered in Orlando, Florida. Her orchestras have consistently earned superior ratings in the Florida Orchestra Association Music Performance Assessments, and have performed in Atlanta, Chicago, and New York. Originall…
 
A casual conversation with Dr. Soo Han This episode features a very special guest and my dear friend, Dr. Soo Han. Soo agreed to come on the podcast if we could simply have a conversation rather than an interview, so we did! We discuss teaching during the pandemic, the future of music education, and also engage in some personal conversation includi…
 
Renee Wang is the Head Orchestra Director at Space Center Intermediate in Clear Creek Independent School District. She is a native of Clear Lake (southeast Houston), Texas. Ms. Wang earned her Master’s degree in Music Education at The Ohio State University, where she studied with Dr. Robert Gillespie, taught undergraduate courses as a Graduate Teac…
 
This is the last of three special episodes where I bring previous guests back on the podcast to check in with them on their current state using a hybrid (simultaneous F2F and remote) teaching. David shares his current teaching situation, some fresh ideas, and thoughts about his hybrid teaching experiences. #hybridteaching #orchestra --- Support thi…
 
Hybrid Teaching Updates (Simultaneous F2F and Remote) This is the second of three special episodes where I bring previous guests back on the podcast to check in with them on how their hybrid teaching is going. Scott shares his philosophy, ideas, and hybrid teaching experiences. Listen to the first episode with Scott Laird from March 20, 2020 #hybri…
 
Hybrid Teaching Updates (Simultaneous F2F and Remote) This is the first of three special episodes where I bring previous guests back on the podcast to check in with them on how their hybrid teaching is going. Shawn shares her philosophy, ideas, and experiences with our listeners. Listen to the first episode with Shawn from August 16. #hybridteachin…
 
My thoughts on preparing to teach in a hybrid format, with a small portion of the population returning Face to Face while a majority of students remain in their remote learning situation. Coming soon will be an episode featuring teachers who will share their experiences with hybrid teaching. Stay tuned. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/o…
 
In this episode, we interview Ms. Shawn Morton, orchestra director at Duluth High School in the Gwinnett County Schools in Georgia about her experience going back to school amid the COVID-19 pandemic. She is slated to introduce students with face to face learning in the next few weeks and discusses her current online teaching and her preparations f…
 
In this episode, I share my thoughts on pre-planning and provide some preliminary information about our next guest, Ms. Shawn Morton. The full episode featuring an interview with Shawn Morton of Duluth High School will be coming on Sunday, August 16! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/orchestrateacher/support…
 
This episode is just a quick update to what is going on and Dr. Laux's thoughts on returning back to school. More full episodes coming soon! Note: This podcast will start Season 2, Episode #1 of the Orchestra Teacher Podcast. For resources and ideas for your classroom visit www.orchestrateacher.net --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/orches…
 
Cory Zilisch is the Director of Orchestras at Westport Middle School in Louisville, Kentucky. He has taught orchestra in the city of Louisville for 5 years. During Cory's tenure at Westport Middle School since 2014, the orchestra program has grown by over 400% in just two years. (From 45 to 180+ members) Mr. Zilisch has been a pioneer in the area o…
 
Recognized string pedagogue and conductor, Scott Laird, serves on the faculty of The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics where he is Fine Arts Coordinator and Instructor of Music. Noted for his innovative approach to ensemble development and musicianship, Laird is a frequent conductor of honor orchestras and is a sought-after conferenc…
 
Amanda Turner holds a Bachelor of Music (1998) and Master of Music (2005) in Music Education, both from University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In 2018, she received her National Board recertification by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. Currently, Mrs. Turner teaches orchestra at Ardrey Kell & East Mecklenburg High School…
 
Dr. Marci Major serves as Chair and Associate Professor of Music Education at West Chester University, PA, and directs the Bel Canto ensemble with the Kennett Symphony Children’s Chorus. As an active researcher, Dr. Major's primary research interests encompass the economics of music education in today's public schools, and choral music in the middl…
 
Episode 7 - Special Episode #2 on Distance Learning Rosie Riquelme, Director of Orchestras at Collins Hill High School, received her Bachelor of Music Education degree from Georgia College and State University where she was a student of Dr. Daniel Kaplunas. Rosie received her Masters of Music Education from the University of West Georgia through th…
 
Special Episodes on Distance Learning Amid the current COVID-19 outbreak, many schools are closed so it made sense to focus a series of Orchestra Teacher Podcast episodes on the topic of Distance Learning. Many teachers have been using technology for years, however now it has become a necessity and a requirement for teachers whose schools are close…
 
Karel Butz is the Head Orchestra Director at Beckendorff Junior High School in Katy, Texas. He previously taught orchestra in the Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District (Houston, Texas) and Carmel Clay Schools (Carmel, Indiana) in addition to serving as adjunct violin faculty at Purdue University. His orchestras have performed at the Midwest…
 
Erin Yelton Broadhurst is an orchestra director for the Hilliard City School District near Columbus, Ohio. She has earned Master Teacher status as designated by the State of Ohio, and in April of 2016 she received a Baldwin-Wallace Outstanding Educator Award. She has served as a string clinician for the American String Teachers’ Association (ASTA a…
 
Recorded at the 73rd Annual Midwest Clinic...David Metrio is currently the Director of Orchestras at Lanier High School in Sugar Hill, GA as well as the conductor for the Georgia Youth Symphony Camerata Orchestra. He has studied double bass under Dr. James Barket (Kennesaw State), Mr. Joseph Mcfadden (Atlanta Symphony), and Mr. Michael Kurth (Atlan…
 
Dr. Blair Williams (PhD, The Ohio State University, MM, Kansas State University, BME, Baylor University) is an Assistant Professor of String Music Education in the School of Music at Texas Tech University. Her duties at Texas Tech include supervising string student teachers, teaching courses in string music education, instruction in instrumental/or…
 
Our inaugural episode features an interview with Mr. Matthew Radspinner, orchestra director at Williamsport Area High School in Pennsylvania. Matthew Radspinner was appointed to the position of Orchestra Director at Williamsport Area High School in 2011 but has served in the district since 2005. Previously he directed Williamsport Area Middle Schoo…
 
My newest project is this podcast, called “The Orchestra Teacher.” It is my hope that I will be able to capture the interest of string and orchestra teachers by interviewing some of the most outstanding educators in our profession to get their insight into what they do. I want to learn about their educational philosophies, daily routines, teaching …
 
The MBA Online program at the David Eccles School of Business is ranked in the Top 50 programs in the nation. Listen to student Cassia Connors and Jack Brittain, the Pierre Lassonde Presidential Chair and professor of management, discuss the intimate, interactive learning environment of the program and its benefits.…
 
Four students from the Eccles School at the University of Utah won first place in the Conference of State Bank Supervisors Case Study Competition. In its inaguaral year, student teams from across the country were asked to study the impact of community banks. The prize includes a trip to a meeting of the Federal Reserve Board and a meeting with Chai…
 
Melissa Lewis-Western, assistant professor of accounting at the Eccles School, recently returned from the Western Region Meeting of the American Accounting Association. There, she was honored with an award for best paper. Her paper, “Competing reporting objectives and financial reporting quality” that she co-wrote with Adrienna Huffman, beat out mo…
 
Elizabeth Tenney, assistant professor of Management at the David Eccles School of Business, co-wrote the paper "(Too) Optimistic About Optimism: The Belief that Optimism Improves Performance" which has been published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
 
Hank Bessembinder, the A. Blaine Huntsman chaired presidential professor in the Department of Finance at the David Eccles School of Business. His research interests focus on financial markets. He recently co-authored the paper “Market Making Contracts, Firm Value, and the IPO Decision” and it has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Fina…
 
Elizabeth Tashjian is associate professor of finance at the David Eccles School of Business. She is the director of the Garn Institute of Finance and a David Eccles Fellow. Dr. Tashjian is actively involved in promoting and addressing women's issues at the University of Utah. Here, she talks about the gender wage gap, its causes and how to combat i…
 
Keith Botner, marketing doctoral candidate at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business, is the lead author of the paper “What’s In a Message? The Longitudinal Influence of a Supportive Versus Combative Orientation on the Performance of Nonprofits,” slated to appear in the February print edition of the Journal of Marketing. He shares…
 
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