24 episodes

Music IS social. Music IS emotional. Musical Social Emotional Learning (MSEL) capitalizes on the power of music education to help our students build the competencies of self (self-awareness & self-management), others (social-awareness and relationship management), and decisions (responsible decision-making). Music for All and Dr. Scott N. Edgar are here to help make this important work relevant and musical for both music educators and their students. Brought to you by Music for All. musicforall.org. Watch the video versions of these episodes at education.musicforall.org/sel.

Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music Music for All

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

Music IS social. Music IS emotional. Musical Social Emotional Learning (MSEL) capitalizes on the power of music education to help our students build the competencies of self (self-awareness & self-management), others (social-awareness and relationship management), and decisions (responsible decision-making). Music for All and Dr. Scott N. Edgar are here to help make this important work relevant and musical for both music educators and their students. Brought to you by Music for All. musicforall.org. Watch the video versions of these episodes at education.musicforall.org/sel.

    Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music with Elizabeth Peterson

    Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music with Elizabeth Peterson

    On this episode of Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music, Dr. Scott Edgar and Elizabeth Peterson explore social emotional artistic learning.

    • 43 min
    Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music with Alysia Lee

    Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music with Alysia Lee

    On this episode of Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music, Dr. Scott Edgar and Alysia Lee explore issues of equity through the lens of SEL.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music with Don Stinson

    Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music with Don Stinson

    On this episode, we explore equity and access in music education.

    • 47 min
    Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music with Dr. Don MacMannis

    Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music with Dr. Don MacMannis

    Music IS social. Music IS emotional. Social Emotional Learning (SEL) in the music classroom capitalizes on the power of music education to help our students build the competencies of IDENTITY (self-awareness & self-management), BELONGING (social-awareness & relationship management), and AGENCY (responsible decision-making). SEL must be intentionally embedded in musical instruction. It should never feel like “one more thing” or a box to check; it should simply feel like great music teaching meeting our students’ needs. We put SEL center stage!

    Host: Dr. Scott Edgar
    Guest: Dr. Don MacMannis
    education.musicforall.org/sel

    • 45 min
    Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music with Matthew Arau

    Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music with Matthew Arau

    Music IS social. Music IS emotional. Social Emotional Learning (SEL) in the music classroom capitalizes on the power of music education to help our students build the competencies of IDENTITY (self-awareness & self-management), BELONGING (social-awareness & relationship management), and AGENCY (responsible decision-making). SEL must be intentionally embedded in musical instruction. It should never feel like “one more thing” or a box to check; it should simply feel like great music teaching meeting our students’ needs. We put SEL center stage!

    Host: Dr. Scott Edgar
    Guest: Matthew Arau
    education.musicforall.org/sel

    • 52 min
    Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music with Jodie Blackshaw

    Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music with Jodie Blackshaw

    Music IS social. Music IS emotional. Social Emotional Learning (SEL) in the music classroom capitalizes on the power of music education to help our students build the competencies of IDENTITY (self-awareness & self-management), BELONGING (social-awareness & relationship management), and AGENCY (responsible decision-making). SEL must be intentionally embedded in musical instruction. It should never feel like “one more thing” or a box to check; it should simply feel like great music teaching meeting our students’ needs. We put SEL center stage!

    Host: Dr. Scott Edgar
    Guest: Jodie Blackshaw
    education.musicforall.org/sel

    • 1 hr 2 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

smrsolstice ,

Relevant and affirming

This podcast is the discussion that I wanted to be part of after reading Scott Edgar’s book. It touches on the challenges presented by teaching music during a pandemic, the necessity of using music as a means to discuss our country’s racial discord, and most importantly how rich our music teaching can be under the new national standards when we focus on our students’ social and emotional needs. I eagerly await more episodes!

Bswol ,

Inspiring. Thought-Provoking. Timely.

A great introduction to SEL in Music Education, paired with relevant and timely strategies and repertoire ideas. A much needed inspirational shot in the arm as I wait for a literal shot in the arm.

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