Coty Raven Morris–speaker, educator, artist, conductor, and founder of Being Human Together–joins me to talk about judgement, being afraid of singing, proudly celebrating ourselves, houselessness, having uncomfortable conversations in the classroom, and accessing the healing power of the voice.
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In this episode, Eric and Justin get to sit with special guest Coty Raven Morris and discuss how the virtual classroom may be the new normal, but it should be starkly different in approach. We dive deep into the nuances that can make online learning just as toxic as the classroom if we are unwilling to push in a different direction for the betterment of our kids. Tune, and hopefully, you'll get inspired to keep pushing along in an effective and developing way that benefits all! To listen to more episodes of The Score podcast, CLICK HERE
Dynamite Teacher, “Car Thoughts” Host, and "Being Human Together" creator, Coty Raven Morris takes us to church in this candid and evoking episode. Whether you’re about to walk through an open door or grab a sledgehammer to make your own path, this episode is full of life-giving ideas, thought-provoking situations, and tons of quotable moments to help you live your very best life…in the comma. What do you do when no one is watching? How do your actions impact those eyes on you? When can you rise up to be the beacon of power you know you can be? Now! And this episode will drop hints for how. To listen to more episodes of the Music(ed) Matters podcast, CLICK HERE
EPISODE 42: Music in School
Posted by Howard Blumenthal on April 28, 2021 at 8:13pm
Continuing our series about subjects taught to K-12 students in school, we ask questions about why and how music is taught to children and teenagers. Given the wide range of contemporary thinking about individual identity, heritage, and global citizenship, our conversation covers more than the usual U.S. curriculum. Our guests include Steve Wilder Blumenthal, a composer working in television, film, commercials, and videogames (Steve also composed the music for Reinventing School); high school teacher and Marching Band Director Scott Slutter in Pennsylvania (who taught Steve Blumenthal, and inspired him to pursue a career in music); Alice Tsui, Founding Music Teacher and Arts Coordinator at PS 532 New Bridges Elementary, an arts-integrated public elementary school in Crown Heights, Brooklyn; Coty Raven Morris, Director of Choirs at Crosby High School in the Houston area, and Brandi Waller-Pace, Founder and Executive Director of Decolonizing the Music Room.