084: Inside the Primary Music on Fire Membership Site

On this weeks show Mark Taylor and Carol Aveyard talk about what is inside the Primary Music on Fire Membership Site.

Taking the fear out of teaching music, by giving you the step by step skills and ongoing support you need, to produce lifelong musical memories for you, your school and your pupils.

  • Are you a teacher who wants to create or develop music in your school? 
  • Do you need support and resources? GET OUR FREE MUSIC GAMES DOWNLOAD BELOW.
  • Do you need CPD and a private forum of like-minded teachers to bounce ideas around with?
  • Do you want to know multiple ways to document what you create and how to include everyone into fun music making classes whatever their needs or abilities?
  • Do you need this without the cost to school of employing a specialist member of staff?

If the answer is yes and you want to create an environment for your pupils to thrive through the magic of music, you are in the right place.

For a many years now schools have been asking me for help and advice about how to support music in their primary schools. I have replied to emails and visited schools to deliver workshops and CPD, but I want to do more. As a professional musician and music educator, I know the life changing effect music can have on children’s lives. I am one such child.

Having created the Education on Fire podcast network, recorded a ‘Music and the Arts’ podcast series, and had 515,000 YouTube views of my rhythm workshops, I have decided to create something that will benefit as many schools as possible.

 

We are building a community of teachers who want to deliver the best music experience possible for their pupils.

Your membership will give you access to:

– Primary Music Pyramid – training on how to lay the foundations that help embed music at the heart of your school. We will support music co-ordinators, non-music-specialists and music teachers in whole class singing, rhythm and  pitch.

– Learning instruments – we can show you how to take the first steps in teaching your class ocarinas, recorders, ukulele, boomwhackers, samba and more. We can also show you where to find the best resources as you flourish and become a confident music provider.

– Choirs and ensembles – how to set them up and support them to thrive with insights into all the best resources available.

– How to create a performing culture in your school with music assemblies, concerts, recitals, or festivals.

– Performing opportunities outside of school and in the local community.

 Using music with your class topic.

– Forums for teachers to share their experiences and help others gain the knowledge and support they need.

– Member Q&A calls with Carol and Mark

– Exclusive member offers.

– Follow the music teachers on our team – They will document and share how they have created their lessons and how they are cultivating wonderful experiences for their pupils.

–  How to utilise your Music Hub – First Access programmes. Cross curriculum projects & funding. Introduction to instrumental lessons.

Primary Music on Fire Membership Site get involved now at https://www.educationonfire.com/primary-music/

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Virtual College Tours by CampusReel with Nick Freud. LF022

Nick Freud joins me on the Learning on Fire podcast and explores the most important learning and educational moments that shaped his life.

Our guest – Nick Freud

Nick is the Co-founder of CampusReel, a video and VR platform that leverages student-generated video content to give college applicants a better understanding of their college options despite any financial, temporal or geographic constraints he/she may have. Nick grew up in New York City and attended college at Colgate University. After graduation, he moved to Phuket, Thailand to work as a math teacher and then spent eight months bartending his way through Australia before returning to the U.S. to found CampusReel with Co-Founder Rob Carroll.

Questions asked on the Learning on Fire Podcast Interview

  1. Who are you?
  2. What does your life look like now and how is it different from when you were growing up?
  3. What was valuable about your school experience?
  4. Which teachers do you remember and why?
  5. Who did you admire when you were young?
  6. What was it about that person that had such an impact?
  7. What was the best piece of advice you have ever been given and who gave it to you?
  8. What advice would you give your younger self?
  9. What does your future look like?
  10. What podcast, book, video, film, song or other resource has had the biggest impact on your life and why?

 

Resources mentioned

Joe Rogan Podcast

Tim Ferriss

Contact information 

www.campusreel.org

 

Show Sponsor

National Association for Primary Education

Our aim is to achieve a higher priority for the education of children from birth to 13. High quality learning in the early years of life is vitally important to the creation of an educated society. Young children are not simply preparing for the future, they are living a never to be repeated time of life and the best way to learn is to live.

 

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Meet the council with Mike Aylen – NAPE 015

In this episode I talk to Mike Aylen about his experience with NAPE and the influence the organisation has had in regards to changing education policy in the UK.

Below are some pictures of the events Mike talked about including the Dunblane Flame, Festival of Voices and our Primary First Journal.

 

National Association for Primary Education

Our aim is to achieve a higher priority for the education of children from birth to 13. High quality learning in the early years of life is vitally important to the creation of an educated society. Young children are not simply preparing for the future, they are living a never to be repeated time of life and the best way to learn is to live.

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Prepped and Polished with Alexis Avila. LF021

Alexis Avila joins me on the Learning on Fire podcast and explores the most important learning and educational moments that shaped his life.

Our guest – Alexis Avila

Frequently quoted by U.S. News & World Report, Alexis founded Prepped and Polished to help elementary, secondary, college-level, and adult students improve their grades and test scores. While tutoring for several small and large commercial test prep companies, Alexis envisioned growing his own independent educational services company run entirely by educators, for the love of education. Alexis and other members of the Prepped and Polished team have collectively traveled one hundred thousand miles to educate students in person, working with well over a thousand families. Described by students as supportive, patient, and enthusiastic, Alexis has helped students and adults gain confidence, maximize their academic potential, and achieve dramatically improved grades and test scores.

Alexis is a certified school guidance counselor, grades Pre K-12, and holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (a US News ranked top-five Counseling Psychology program), as well as a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. Alexis also spent his junior year living in Seville, Spain through the Cornell, Pennsylvania, University of Michigan study abroad program. Alexis completed a two day seminar in Executive Function disorder, as well as a one day seminar on Advanced Strategies to Improve Executive Function Skills, all through the Landmark School Outreach Program. Alexis regularly speaks nationally about tutoring, test preparation, and students with learning challenges to parents and professionals at schools and conferences across the US, including SEPAC organizations in Dover, Sudbury, and Wayland, MA, as well as the IECA and CollegeWeek Live.

Alexis is the Test Prep Expert columnist for Answers.com, and both writes and produces videos for his educational blog, which has over 300 videos and podcasts. He interviews educators, mentors, and inspiring leaders on his Prepped and Polished Podcast. Alexis leads SAT Math Strategies and SAT Strategy Secrets Workshops at various local high schools, as well as administers the ACT-SAT Test Prep Selector Diagnostic and Evaluation at several college fairs.

Alexis is a member of professional organizations such as the University of Michigan Alumni Association (Alumni Student Recruiter); and also non-profit organizations such as Bridge over Troubled Waters, Mass Mentoring, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, and Community Servings. An active member of the Big Brothers, Big Sisters of America since 2003, Alexis was nominated in 2010 as one of the final five finalists for Big Brother of the Year. Alexis ran in three Boston Marathons from 2012-2014, collectively raising 15,000 dollars for two youth mentoring programs, Mass Mentoring and Big Brothers, Big Sisters of America.

Questions asked on the Learning on Fire Podcast Interview

  1. Who are you?
  2. What does your life look like now and how is it different from when you were growing up?
  3. What was valuable about your school experience?
  4. Which teachers do you remember and why?
  5. Who did you admire when you were young?
  6. What was it about that person that had such an impact?
  7. What was the best piece of advice you have ever been given and who gave it to you?
  8. What advice would you give your younger self?
  9. What does your future look like?
  10. What podcast, book, video, film, song or other resource has had the biggest impact on your life and why?

 

Resources mentioned

Joe Rogan Podcast

Can’t Hurt Me – David Goggins

12 Rules For Life – Jordan B. Peterson

Secrets Self-Made Millionaires Teach Their Kids – Steve Siebold

 

Contact information 

www.preppedandpolished.com

facebook.com/preppedandpolished
twitter.com/preppedpolished
instagram.com/preppedandpolished1
preppedandpolished.com/podcast

 

Show Sponsor

National Association for Primary Education

Our aim is to achieve a higher priority for the education of children from birth to 13. High quality learning in the early years of life is vitally important to the creation of an educated society. Young children are not simply preparing for the future, they are living a never to be repeated time of life and the best way to learn is to live.

 

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