Pedagogy Happy Hour is the easiest way to learn cutting edge pedagogy in a way that fits into your schedule. 
 
 
 

Each month you receive:

  • Expert pedagogy content in a fun and accessible online class.

  • A safe space to ask all your questions ​

  • Actionable tips and strategies that make a difference in your teaching right now. 

  • Graduate-level pedagogy in one hour, at an affordable price!

  • Handouts or downloads, if applicable

  • Can't make it live? No problem! You'll get a link to the recording.

It's the continuing education you needin one hour each month, right on your computer.

So grab your favorite beverage and a notepad,
settle down in your comfy pants,
and learn more about the voice!

This month's topic:

Singing with Chronic Breathing Challenges


I'll be joined by my friend and colleague Dr. Leanne Wade, MT-BC, and we'll talk about her research using singing as a therapeutic intervention for adults with COPD. That's a fancy way to say that we're going to address how singing impacted a serious chronic breathing disease. In her research, Dr. Wade learned a lot about client choice, comfort in breathing for singing, and the effectiveness of singing exercises for those with serious chronic breathing problems. In our hour-long webinar, she'll summarize her research, give singing teachers some real strategies for working with clients who have chronic breathing challenges, and answer questions from attendees. As we're seeing more and more singers who have lingering breathing challenges from COVID, this is a current need in our profession. Save your spot by clicking the registration button below!

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This month's Pedagogy Resource Roundup:
In addition to what you'll get at the webinar, these things can help you get started.